Essex NHW Association

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 Essex Neighbourhood Watch Association Registered Charity 1168988

Together we can reduce the opportunity of crime

Neighbourhood Watch in Essex

Neighbourhood Watch is a national movement with nearly2.5 million members, where people come together to make their communities safer and stronger and encourage people to look out for each other.

In Essex we have many local Neighbourhood Watch groups of like minded people working together to help reduce crime and its effects in their neighbourhood. These local groups work together in 14 district groups, and they, in turn work together within Essex Neighbourhood Watch Association to share ideas, purchase crime reduction products and leaflets and liaise with a wide range of organisations. These other organisations include Essex Police, other members of the Community Safety Partnerships in each local authority, voluntary organisations and, most importantly, with people who want to make their neighbourhoods better places to live.

For more information, please explore the following:-

Details of our 14 districts.

 Our "Filing Cabinet" containing our association's minutes, reports, agendas and some crime reduction literature 

for example our

Chairman's report to the 2018 AGM

Information about the Essex Community Messaging System that helps us to exchange information with the police.

and

The Command Structure of the Essex police with whom we work

National Neighbourhood Watch

All the regional Neighbourhood Watch Associations are linked together via National Neighbourhood Watch

When the Police and Crime Commissioner, Roger Hirst, attended our 2016 AGM,  he congratulated our chairman, Clive Stewart on his re-election and thanked him for his successful work during the previous year. Since then, members of Roger's team have kept us up-to-date with developments that the Police and Crime Commissioner is pushing through. For example, he now has responsibility for commissioning Fire and Rescue services.

Here is our Chairman's report to the 2018 AGM

Site last updated on Monday 17th September 2018