The Neighbourhood Network is a Hull based charity. It aims to support residents and partner agencies. This is in reducing crime and developing a good community. It creates a safe environment for everyone to live in.
The charity encourages community groups to join the network. Hundreds have already registered from across Hull. These consist of -
- neighbourhood watch groups
- tenant and resident associations
- faith groups
- community centres
- business and retail partnerships
- community and voluntary sector organisations that are interested in community safety
Many groups achieve great things by coming together to make a positive difference. Here are a few of the projects the Neighbourhood Network members have achieved in the past year -
- held crime reduction events
- successfully applied for gating schemes
- received neighbourhood watch signs
- contributed information about those committing crime and anti-social behaviour
- helped to improve the look and feel of neighbourhoods
- contribution information to help Humberside Police make arrests
- created social media platforms to engage with residents
- organised community litter picks
- transformed waste land into areas of beauty
The aims of the Neighbourhood Network are -
- to support and empower people aiming to create safer environments
- to be supported to other organisations. They help communities to be more proactive in reducing crime
- to be trusted communicator and educator of key messages from community safety partners
- to be an introducer and facilitator of engagement. This is between Neighbourhood Network members and safety partners
- to be a communication channel for members to spread their own message. This is through Neighbourhood Network platforms
Our mission is that to work with and support you to make your communities safer.
Why join the Neighbourhood Network
From the registration process, the Neighbourhood Network team has an understanding of your needs. They can then advise you. Or they can introduce valuable contacts to support your group members. This may include your local policing team and council area co-ordinator.
Some projects of the Neighbourhood Network that you can benefit from include -
- help and support in setting up a no cold calling zone to deter bogus callers
- training and networking opportunities
- free use of a trial camera that can be loaned out to allotment group members
- 1 to 1 social media support
- supporting businesses with retail crime initiatives
- opportunities to influence the way public services are provided in your area
- links to the national neighbourhood watch network
- weekly e-bulletin with city wide information
- annual awards event organised to recognise those making a difference in their communities
Neighbourhood Network news
If you are on social media and want to know more about what is happening in Hull, follow us online -
- Neighbourhood Network Facebook page
- Neighbourhood Network on Twitter
- Subscribe to the weekly newsletter
How to join the Neighbourhood Network
The Neighbourhood Network is free to join. The registration process is simple to complete. Once registered as a member, you will receive the weekly e-bulletins. You too can supply information to the newsletter.
To register, visit our website and complete the online Neighbourhood Network registration form.
You can request a hard copy by telephoning 01482 826 061 or by emailing email@example.com.
Telephone - 01482 826 061
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org