To find an NWA scheme near you or to register your own NWA scheme visit www.ourwatch.org.uk
Further information on Neighbourhood Watch can be obtained from a number of sources:
Greater Manchester Neighbourhood Watch Association
You can also contact the Greater Manchester Neighbourhood Watch Association:
GMNWA Chair – Andrew Taylor email@example.com
GMNWA Local [Borough] Representative – Tony Moran info@DentonWestTLSNA.co.uk
Greater Manchester Police
You can find more information from the Greater Manchester Police website at:
You can then find contact details of your Local Policing Team by clicking on ‘Local Policing’ and entering your postcode.
Or, you can enter a search for ‘Neighbourhood Watch’
The Herbert Protocol is a national scheme introduced by the police in partnership with other agencies which encourages carers to compile useful information which could be used in the event of a vulnerable person going missing. For further details visit:
To report an incident to the police:
In an emergency: 999
• An emergency is when a crime is being committed or has just been witnessed
• There is a risk of injury, or a risk of serious damage to property.
• A general guide is that a police officer’s arrival is crucial.
• Instances that do not require an immediate response include:
• Reporting a crime that has already happened
• Getting crime prevention advice
• Giving police information about crime in your area
• Contacting local officers
• Any other non-emergency
Visit the national Neighbourhood Watch website at www.ourwatch.org.uk