Neighbourhood Watch works with the Police in the prevention and detection of crime. We encourage a two way flow of information regarding potential or actual crimes. As members of Neighbourhood Watch groups we look out for each other's interests whilst away from home and we look for and report suspicious incidents. Remember to report anything suspicious no matter how small it may seem, every little bit of information helps.
It is a group of individuals who, by their concern for each other and the area in which they live, voluntarily act in conjunction with the Police in the prevention and detection of crime.
The Bunny Village Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator is: Dick Wilson. You can reach Dick by phone or email (details below).
M: 0115 940 6872, E: DickWilson@nottswatch.co.uk
Extracts from the Neighbourhood Watch national website:
Neighbourhood Watch is a grassroots charitable movement. It is the largest crime prevention voluntary movement in England and Wales and has upwards of 2.3 million members. Schemes are run by volunteers across England and Wales supported by volunteer Associations, and by Neighbourhood Watch Network, the national umbrella organisation for the movement.
Our vision is a society where neighbours come together to create safer, stronger and active communities.
Our mission is to support and enable individuals and communities to be connected, active and safe, which increases wellbeing and minimises crime.
In all our work and relationships, we will be relevant, accountable and inclusive. We aspire to be:
- NeighbourlyWe aspire to be good neighbours.
- Community focusedWe bring people together.
- InclusiveWe are welcoming to all people.
- ProactiveWe are active within communities and we are relevant in today’s world.
- TrustedWe are dependable, caring, respectable, approachable and supportive.
- CollaborativeWe work as a team, in partnerships and within communities.
For more information go to : www.ourwatch.org.uk