Neighbourhood Watch has built collections of free resources that are designed to provide guidance on how to tackle a range of issues including crime prevention and welbeing.
Our burglary prevention pages give advice and suggestions to help protect your family and your home from thieves.Show more
Dog owners are increasingly concerned about their dogs being stolen from them. This toolkit explains how to keep dogs SECURE, IN SIGHT and SEARCHABLE.Show more
Antisocial behaviour (ASB) incidents have increased over the last three years. 45% of people say ASB is a problem where they live. These resources help to recognise and resolve ASB problems
Here are our tops tips forhelping to prevent your bicycle being stolenShow more
Child sexual exploitation is a type of child sexual abuse involving the manipulation or coercion of people under 18 into sexual activity. To help you raise awareness among your community about child sexual exploitation and how to spot the signs, we’ve compiled a range of free campaign materials that you can use to educate and inform people in your neighbourhood.Show more
We’ve identified five tactics that scammers use to hook people in. Knowing these will help you to avoid being scammed.Show more
A hate crime is any incident, that the victim, or anyone else, thinks is motivated by hostility or prejudice towards them.Show more
Domestic abuse can involve physical or sexual violence, but often includes psychological, emotional or economic abuse.Show more
County lines is a form of criminal exploitation in which criminals groom and manipulate children and vulnerable adults to recruit them as runners to transport drugs and cash all over the country,Show more
The issue of elder abuse is often a difficult issue to think about. Here are some information and resources and show you who to contact if you’re worried about a neighbour or a friend.Show more
Serious violence is violence that causes injuries so severe that they require hospital treatment.
Some of the increase in serious violence be attributed to drug-market violence and County Lines where criminal gangs set up drug-dealing operations in places outside their usual operating area.
Modern slavery is an umbrella term encompassing slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking. Victims of modern slavery are unable to leave their situation and are controlled by threats, punishment, violence, coercion, and deception.Show more
Rural crime has no set definition, however it can be very broadly classified as any crime and anti-social behaviour occurring in rural areas. Rural crime is often linked to Organised Crime Groups who target rural communities to commit crimes such as organised plant theft, livestock theft, burglaries targeting firearms, poaching and hare coursing.Show more
Terrorism is the use of indiscriminate violence to spread fear in a bid to achieve political, religious, ideological, or financial aims. This information will help you to find out more about some of the signs that terrorist activity may be being planned near you, and what to do.Show more