Joining the Neighbourhood Network and being part of this unique network of groups, couldn’t be simpler. If you are a group, charity, business, association, trust, that resides within the Humberside region and has a community safety remit, then simply complete the form and submit it to the Neighbourhood Network. Forms can also downloaded to be printed and posted or emailed at a later date.

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16th January 2018

Police and Crime Commissioner Council Tax Consultation

Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter has announced his proposal for setting a 6.4% increase to the […]
10th January 2018

Do you live in or around Anlaby?

EMS are pleased to be working with the Anlaby Communities Trust (ACT) on a great new initiative – […]
14th December 2017
Bransholme 'burglary hotspot' Sees 38% Fall In Thefts Featured Image

Community Action Day Hull: Police and partners visited Bransholme Garths

Crime prevention activity took place on Wednesday in the Leadhills Way and Whisperwood Way areas of Bransholme, Hull […]
24th November 2017

International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women – Hull campaign

Tomorrow, 25th November is White Ribbon Day – ‘International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women’. Over the next […]


Is the Neighbourhood Network part of the police?
No, the Neighbourhood Network is a stand-alone charity that is funded by many different organisations. However the charity does work with Humberside Police in trying to achieve safer communities for all to live and work in.
Is the Neighbourhood Network part of Hull City Council?
No the Neighbourhood Network is stand-alone charity. However it is currently a tenant of Hull City Council, renting office space at the Bespoke Centre in North Bransholme.