Suffolk County Council and Suffolk Police very much support Neighbourhood and Home Watch Week and will be supporting various arranged events across Suffolk. National Neighbourhood and Home Watch Week provides an opportunity for members to raise the profile of the movement amongst the local community, partners and the media.
This year’s campaign will run between the 15th and 23rd June 2013 and will provide an opportunity for members across England and Wales to bring their local communities together to help reduce crime and make their neighbourhoods a better and safer place to live.
One example in Lowestoft, is that the Neighbourhood Watch and Safer Neighbourhood Teams are having an event on 19 June.
If you want to look into setting up a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme in your area in Suffolk, contact Suffolk Neighbourhood Watch.
Another way to keep up to date with the latest information about crime and policing in your area is to sign up to Police Direct. Suffolk Police can send you information by email to your computer, by text to your mobile phone, or by leaving a message on your landline.
You can also report any incidents anonymously through CrimestoppersUK.