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Generally, for Neighbourhood Watch to be effective persons are needed to become co-ordinators. Common duties of a Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator include:
• Promoting participation in the scheme by encouraging members of the community to be vigilant and to report any crimes promptly
• Encouraging the use of methods which deter crime and protect homes and property
• Ensuring that an eye is kept on vulnerable householders
• Passing on information and tips to members of the Citizen Association
• Providing residence with Neighbourhood Watch and crime prevention literature and other items such as Neighbourhood Watch stickers
  and incident report forms
• Inviting people who are new to the area to participate in community activities
• Alert other members of the community and the Police in case there is a crime in progress

It is suggested that each co-ordinator looks after between 10 and 15 houses - although the flexibility of the scheme means that there are no fixed rules and individual schemes can be tailored to suit local needs.

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Neighbourhood Watch

Friday, 08 February 2013 19:03 Published in Neighbourhood Watch 0

On December 29th 2008, the White Water Meadows Neighbourhood Watch Programme was officially launched.
Invited guests were present and the keynote speaker was Corporal Kenrick Manhertz  from the Community Safety and Security Unit of the JCF who praised the organizers for their efforts and encouraged the continuation of unity.
The White Water Meadows Citizens’ Association Neighbourhood Watch will continue to work towards our goals.
With the continuous assistance of our members, the Constabulary Force, key personnel and well wishers we vowed to make White Water a safe place to live.



Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention schemes ever. It is based on simple ideas and values that are shared by many people around the country:
'Getting together with your neighbours to reduce local crime and disorder in the bid to make your neighbourhood a safe and better place to live, work and play'.

Neighbourhood Watch is not just about reducing crime – it is about building community spirit and good relations. It brings local people closer together with common goals; to tackle crime and disorder and to keep an eye on each other's property.