LEICESTERSHIRE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH ASSOCIATION
Registered Charity No. 1122958
Constituted in partnership with Leicestershire Police, we represent ALL Neighbourhood Watch members registered with the Police within the Leicestershire Constabulary area.
The Association provides services FREE OF CHARGE for and on behalf of ALL Watch schemes and groups of schemes/associations in the Leicestershire policing area that are registered with the police.
There are currently over 3000 co-ordinators within the county area; your road is no different to theirs, so why not join today.
If you would like to receive an information pack on how to become involved in Neighbourhood Watch please phone the following number, leaving your name, address and a daytime telephone number: County Association Secretary : 01858 464358
- Replenishment of NHW Roundel Stickers
To place an order for window stickers, please click here to contact your local force area point of contact.
Please ensure you specify your name, the type of sticker required (Neighbourhood Watch, Home Watch or Welsh language roundel), quantity needed, and delivery address. Please allow up to 10 working days for your order to be processed.
- Public Liability Insurance details 2014-15
- Service Level Agreement
- Police & Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire
- Leicestershire Police County BCU
- Leicestershire Police City BCU
- 101- New Leicestershire Police Non Emergency Number
- Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network Updates
These pages are dedicated to updating our local membership on the future of the Neighbourhhood Watch movement at a national level.
The iconic Neighbourhood Watch window sticker has been given a new 'meerkat' twist as the famous characters use their cheeky charm to help attract a wider audience.
Members both new and old are able to obtain a special edition Neighbourhood Watch window sticker by emailing Marion Lewis OBE at email@example.com providing your name, address and required number of stickers.
1. Burglars are less likely to target a home that looks occupied. Use a timer to switch lights on when you’re away.
2. Close your curtains and blinds so burglars can’t see your valuables through your windows.
3. Lock your sheds and outbuildings – and an outside light can blow the cover of darkness for a would-be thief.
4. Install a burglar alarm – the box on the front of your house will act as a visible deterrent, but you should also set the alarm for when you’re away.
5. Carry out a general security check. It takes no more than two minutes to lock your windows and doors.
BT has helped to launch a child internet safety portal – with the backing of the Prime Minister.
David Cameron hailed the new Internet Matters.org portal, which was founded by BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media and helps parents safely surf the web with their children.
Working with online safety experts, InternetMatters are there to guide you through the many issues children can experience when using the internet