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Dear Neighbourhood Watch supporter,

 

We’re hosting a series of seminars this summer to help shape the future focus and direction of our movement and you’re invited!

 

We want you to join us at one of our upcoming NW Development Seminars being held in Bristol, Manchester, Hull, London and Birmingham to have your say on the future of Neighbourhood Watch and to learn more about the new, practical ways we’re supporting our volunteers to make a difference.

 

Attendees will discuss and input into the Strategy to develop and modernise the organisation over the next three years.

 

We value our NW members and involving you in our Strategy development is paramount. Members of the NWN Board of Trustees will be attending each seminar to present and facilitate the discussion and to meet you and hear your views.

 

And there’s more!

 

We’ll also be launching new Crime and Vulnerability Toolkits and training new Champions at the Seminars.

 

Crime in England and Wales is changing and we’re providing new practical information and help for our members to support the police in the detection and reduction of these crimes that cause such significant harm to victims and communities.

 

At the seminars we’ll build a group of local NW Champions – these Champions will then be able to share their knowledge in their local area so even more people can get the important information they need and act as a local resource to other coordinators and members of their community. This may simply mean sharing the information contained within the toolkits, developing a local focus on one or more of the areas or running a local project if they or local coordinators want to.

 

If you want to be part of this – then come along!

 

The toolkits provide information on and cover the following areas:

  • Domestic Abuse – which as we know affects all communities

  • Serious Violence – particularly knife crime

  • Vulnerability and loneliness – affecting more people as families become more mobile

  • Fraud and scams – electronic and traditional

  • High harm crimes – Modern Slavery, Child Sexual Exploitation, Counter Terrorism.

If you would like to attend one of the Seminars then please email sian.dawson@ourwatch.org.uk

 

Reasonable travel expenses, in line with our policy will be paid by NWN, but not overnight stays.

To read more click here

 

Date

City

Location

Address

Times:

Wed June 20

Bristol

Venue:

Avon and Somerset Police HQ

Portishead

Valley Road

Portishead

Bristol

BS20 8QJ

9:30am registration

10am – 4pm

Tues 26th June

Manchester

Manchester Metropolitan University

Cavendish North Building

Cavendish Street

Manchester

M15 6BG

9:30am registration

10am – 4pm

Wed 27th June

Hull

Royal Hull Hotel

Ferensway

Hull

HU1 3UF

9:30am registration

10am – 4pm

Thurs 28th June

London

NCVO

8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL

9:30am registration

10am – 4pm

Tues 3rd July

Birmingham

Jury’s Inn

 

245 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HQ

9:30am registration

10am – 4pm

Wed 4th July

London

Browns, Covent Garden

82-84 St Martins Lane

Covent Garden

London

WC2N 4AG

9:30am registration

10am – 4pm

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Sian Dawson

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