“LET’S START TO GET BACK TO THE OLD COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND VALUES”
Maybe   you   have   just   been   burgled and   you   want   to   help   others   avoid going          through          the          same experience?          Maybe     you     are     a good      neighbour      and      want      to develop     a     closer     community     in your part of Epping Forest?  
The   first   step   is   to   contact   us   to   let   us   know you    are    thinking    about    setting    up    a    new Neighbourhood   Watch   group.   We      will   then supply    you    with    some    freebies,    such    as purse   bells   and   door   stickers,   and   we   can help   you   put   together   a      welcome   pack   for new members
The     next     step     is     for     you     and     a     couple     of     your neighbours     to     go          door     to     door     and     ask     your neighbours   if   they   want   to   join.   If   they   do,   they   will need   to   give   you   their   email   addresses   and   possibly their      mobile      phone      numbers.       If      people      a      are suspicious,   and   who   can   blame   them   in   this   day   and age,   you   will   probably   find   that   once   they   hear   from their      immediate      neighbours      just      how      helpful      a Neighbourhood   Watch   group   can   be,   they   will   ask   you to let them join.
That Is All There Is To It! Some   coordinators   organise   street   parties   or   annual   meetings,   others   never   do.   How   you develop    your    Neighbourhood    Watch    is    entirely    up    to    you    and    your    neighbours,    and    for members   there   are   usually   no   subs   or   costs   unless   your   Watch   intends   to   hold   an   event   or send   out   a   printed   newsletter;   in   reality,   the   job   can   be   as   big   or   as   small   as   you   would   like   it   to be.   However,   to   become   a   Registered   Watch   you   must   let   the   Epping   Forest   Neighbourhood Watch   Committee   know   you   are   an   active   Watch,   and   once   you   do,   you   can   ask   for   support and    resources,    NHW    street    signs    and    door    stickers.    You    will    be    glad    to    know    that    some insurers also offer Neighbourhood Watch members reduced insurance premiums.
For more information call
01992 813905
It   is   always   better   to   call   the   Police if     you     hear     or     see     something suspicious    than    to    wish    you    had done      so      later      on,      when      you        discover     your     neighbours     were burgled.
Well done to our latest Gold Winner of the Essex Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator of the Year 2018, Sabi.
Do   you   know   somebody   who   is   carrying   out   criminal activity   but   fear   the   consequences   of   being   identified as   the   person   who   reported   them?   Tell   Crimestoppers WHAT    you    know    about    any    crime    or    criminal    -        not WHO   you   are   and   you   could   be   eligible   for   a   reward (paid anonymously).
Crimestoppers   never   ask   for   your   name   or   trace   your call,   and   you   won’t   need   to   provide   a   statement   or   go to Court www.crimestoppers-uk.org
You can find out more about Neighbourhood Watch by emailing:
If you do not have a NHW group where you live, why not start one? Get in touch with us today!
Colin’s    Blog.    Here    Colin    gives his        thoughts        and        valuable information   and   tips   on   how   to stay   safe.   Take   time   and   have   a read       …it       might       save       your possessions or your life!!
See up to the minute Tweets below with our live Twitter feed.
Contact Information Epping Forest NHW Phone  01992 813905 Email: efdnwatch@hotmail.co.uk
Essex Police: http://www.essex.police.uk
To view the latest Essex County Neighbourhood Watch Memebers Guide click here.

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There         are         more         than         104,000         volunteer Neighbourhood   Watch   Memebers   in   Essex,   covering 14     Districts.     Neighbourhood     Watch     is     active     and growing,       and       the       EF       Neighbourhood       Watch Committee   is   now   looking   for   additional   volunteers   to work   with   their   neighbours   to   care   for   their   own   road, street, lane or block of flats .
“LET’S START TO GET BACK TO THE OLD COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND VALUES”
Maybe you have just been burgled and you want to help others avoid going through the same experience?  Maybe you are a good neighbour and want to develop a closer community in your part of Epping Forest? 
The first step is to contact us to let us know you are thinking about setting up a new Neighbourhood Watch group. We  will then supply you with some freebies, such as purse bells and door stickers, and we can help you put together a  welcome pack for new members
The next step is for you and a couple of your neighbours to go  door to door and ask your neighbours if they want to join. If they do, they will need to give you their email addresses and possibly their mobile phone numbers.  If people a are suspicious, and who can blame them in this day and age, you will probably find that once they hear from their immediate neighbours just how helpful a Neighbourhood Watch group can be, they will ask you to let them join.
That Is All There Is To It! Some coordinators organise street parties or annual meetings, others never do. How you develop your Neighbourhood Watch is entirely up to you and your neighbours, and for members there are usually no subs or costs unless your Watch intends to hold an event or send out a printed newsletter; in reality, the job can be as big or as small as you would like it to be. However, to become a Registered Watch you must let the Epping Forest Neighbourhood Watch Committee know you are an active Watch, and once you do, you can ask for support and resources, NHW street signs and door stickers. You will be glad to know that some insurers also offer Neighbourhood Watch members reduced insurance premiums.
For more information call
 01992 813905
It is always better to call the Police if you hear or see something suspicious than to wish you had done so later on, when you  discover your neighbours were burgled.
If you do not have a NHW group where you live, why not start one? Get in touch with us today!
Do you know somebody who is carrying out criminal activity but fear the consequences of being identified as the person who reported them? Tell Crimestoppers WHAT you know about any crime or criminal -  not WHO you are and you could be eligible for a reward (paid anonymously).
Crimestoppers never ask for your name or trace your call, and you won’t need to provide a statement or go to Court www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Contact Information Epping Forest NHW Phone  01992 813905 Email: efdnwatch@hotmail.co.uk
To view the latest Essex County Neighbourhood Watch Memebers Guide click here.
“LET’S START TO GET BACK TO THE OLD COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND VALUES”
Maybe   you   have   just   been   burgled   and you     want     to     help     others     avoid     going through    the    same    experience?        Maybe you    are    a    good    neighbour    and    want    to develop   a   closer   community   in   your   part of Epping Forest?  
The   next   step   is   for   you   and   a   couple   of   your   neighbours   to   go     door   to   door   and   ask   your   neighbours   if   they   want   to   join.   If   they do,   they   will   need   to   give   you   their   email   addresses   and   possibly their   mobile   phone   numbers.    If   people   a   are   suspicious,   and   who can   blame   them   in   this   day   and   age,   you   will   probably   find   that once   they   hear   from   their   immediate   neighbours   just   how   helpful a   Neighbourhood   Watch   group   can   be,   they   will   ask   you   to   let them join.
The   first   step   is   to   contact   us   to   let   us   know   you are        thinking        about        setting        up        a        new Neighbourhood     Watch     group.     We          will     then supply   you   with   some   freebies,   such   as   purse   bells and     door     stickers,     and     we     can     help     you     put together a  welcome pack for new members
That Is All There Is To It! Some   coordinators   organise   street   parties   or   annual   meetings,   others   never   do.   How   you develop    your    Neighbourhood    Watch    is    entirely    up    to    you    and    your    neighbours,    and    for members   there   are   usually   no   subs   or   costs   unless   your   Watch   intends   to   hold   an   event   or send   out   a   printed   newsletter;   in   reality,   the   job   can   be   as   big   or   as   small   as   you   would   like   it   to be.   However,   to   become   a   Registered   Watch   you   must   let   the   Epping   Forest   Neighbourhood Watch   Committee   know   you   are   an   active   Watch,   and   once   you   do,   you   can   ask   for   support and    resources,    NHW    street    signs    and    door    stickers.    You    will    be    glad    to    know    that    some insurers also offer Neighbourhood Watch members reduced insurance premiums.
For more information call
01992 813905
Well done to our latest Gold Winner of the Essex Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator of the Year 2018, Sabi.
You can find out more about Neighbourhood Watch by emailing:
Colin’s Blog. Here Colin gives his thoughts and valuable information and tips on how to stay safe. Take time and have a read …it might save your possessions or your life!!
It   is   always   better   to   call   the   Police if     you     hear     or     see     something suspicious    than    to    wish    you    had done      so      later      on,      when      you        discover     your     neighbours     were burgled.
Do   you   know   somebody   who   is   carrying   out   criminal   activity but   fear   the   consequences   of   being   identified   as   the   person who    reported    them?    Tell    Crimestoppers    WHAT    you    know about   any   crime   or   criminal   -      not   WHO   you   are   and   you   could be eligible for a reward (paid anonymously).
Crimestoppers   never   ask   for   your   name   or   trace   your   call,   and you     won’t     need     to     provide     a     statement     or     go     to     Court www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Contact Information Epping Forest NHW Phone  01992 813905 Email: efdnwatch@hotmail.co.uk
Essex Police: http://www.essex.police.uk
See up to the minute Tweets below with our live Twitter feed.
If   you   do   not   have   a   NHW   group where you live, why not start one? Get in touch with us today!
To view the latest Essex County Neighbourhood Watch Memebers Guide click here.