Have your say on crime and the community
The survey on crime, fear and the community closes on Tuesday
THE second annual Neighbourhood Watch survey on crime and the community closes on Tuesday 16th November 2021.
Picture: Warwickshire Police at the Justice Centre in Leamington, Google Street View.
The Neighbourhood Watch Network (the umbrella charity for Neighbourhood Watches across England and Wales) wants to hear from the public about crime and community.
The survey is open to everyone across England and Wales, regardless of whether people live in a Neighbourhood Watch area or not.
Neighbourhood Watches in South Rugby:
Friends of Dunchurch Society (Verified by Local NW Volunteer)
Noble Drive Nhw, Cawston (Verified by Local NW Volunteer)
The Spinneys, Cawston (Self-declared NW Scheme)
Durrell Drive (Self-declared NW Scheme)
Planter Close (Verified by Local NW Volunteer)
Cave Close (Verified by Local NW Volunteer)
Dorset Close (Verified by Local NW Volunteer)
Creswell Place (Verified by Local NW Volunteer)
The Neighbourhood Watch says the survey results will help them to understand crime levels, fear of crime, neighbourliness and the willingness of communities to work together. It will also start to reveal whether membership of a Neighbourhood Watch scheme or living in a Neighbourhood Watch area has an effect on all those things.