What Neighbourhood Watches do
Neighbourhood Watches are run entirely by the local residents with support from the police and other organisations. Neighbourhood Watch is not just about reducing crime; it is about creating communities that care.
Neighbourhood Watch brings local people together and can make a real contribution to improving lives and the environment.
Members are encouraged to take action as a group to tackle community problems, and feel secure knowing the neighbours are working together and keeping an eye on their property.
Never underestimate what can be achieved when people get together and work together for a common cause.
Neighbourhood Watches in Haringey
Haringey currently has 306 active Neighbourhood Watches covering over 420 streets.
Members of all ages and nationalities make up Haringey’s 19,000 Neighbourhood Watch membership.
Find out more and get involved
If you would like further information, or would like to join an existing group or start a Neighbourhood Watch in your street, please contact:
- Pauline Syddell, Haringey Neighbourhood Watch Link Manager
- Tel: 020 8721 6803
- Email: email@example.com
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