National e-newsletter of Neighbourhood Watch for July 2018

Here’s the July 2018 edition of the popular National Neighbourhood Watch e-newsletter Our News. Inside there’s lots of advice on keeping you safe, member offers and news on how Neighbourhood Watch members are shaping the future of Neighbourhood Watch.

Click HERE to read it on the Neighbourhood Watch website. Alternatively, you can read it below. To expand the newsletter, click on the upward facing arrow at the bottom of the image below.

Surrey Police and Neighbourhood Watch – March 2018 newsletter

This newsletter is circulated by Martin Stilwell (NHWN, MSA, Surrey). To expand the newsletter, click on the upward facing arrow at the bottom of the image below.

Advice on stopping dog theft

The February/March 2018 edition of the Neighbourhood Watch newsletter contains some great advice including,

  • a new campaign from Dogs Trust to help stop dog theft
  • keeping your email secure
  • plus lots of news from across the Neighbourhood Watch Network.

To scroll through the newsletter below, click on the upward facing arrow in the bottom right hand corner.

Neighbourhood Watch support for Take Five to Stop Fraud Week

Here’s a message from Lisa Parker, the Neighbourhood Watch (NHWN, Register Administrator, England & Wales) on its being proud to support Take Five To Stop Fraud Week.

Take Five To Stop Fraud Week is part of the national campaign from Financial Fraud Action UK and the Government, backed by the banking industry coming together to tackle fraud.

The advice being issued this week is really simple but it can stop you becoming a victim of fraud.

  1. A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you out of the blue to ask for your PIN, full password or to move money to another account. Only give out your personal or financial details to use a service that you have given your consent to, that you trust and that you are expecting to be contacted by.
  2. Don’t be tricked into giving a fraudster access to your personal or financial details. Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text.
  3. Always question uninvited approaches in case it’s a scam. Instead, contact the company directly using a known email or phone number.

Please share the attached leaflet with friends and family and together we can help stop fraud. To read more about the campaign and to access all the resources go to https://takefive-stopfraud.org.uk/