To coincide with national Neighbourhood Watch’s current campaign regarding tackling Antisocial Behaviour, commonly known as ASB, they are delighted to welcome a guest speaker from the national charity ASB Help to help us RECOGNISE, RECORD and REPORT ASB and how we can help with tackling the issues surrounding ASB.
The webinar is Tuesday 15th November from 5.00pm to 6.00pm and they would love for you to be able to attend. To register for the event, please click HERE and this will take you through to the Eventbrite booking page for the event.
Being able to identify an area where you feel unsafe and the reasons why is important to both police and councils because it enables them to understand where services and resources are needed. As part of a Home Office project funding, Street Safe is a brand new initiative which has been launched across England and Wales to help the public have a platform to help identify these areas for the purpose of providing the information from local people about their local area.
Neighbourhood Watch Network are delighted to be able to welcome members of the team that created the platform to explain the reasoning behind it, how the data has been used in areas already, how you can use it and promote it amongst your community, so that local policing teams are able to hear what you are saying make you feel unsafe.
This will be held on Wednesday 23rd November from 5.00pm to 6.00pm they are holding another FREE online event for you to attend. You don’t need to be a member to join in, so please share this event with everyone across your networks. The link for you to register for this event is HERE.
Both of these events are being held online via Zoom and your FREE spaces are available now for you to book. There are limited spaces available and are available on a first come first served bases.