Although the weather was less than kind Neighbourhood Watch Scotland held their 2018 Annual General Meeting on 14th November in Stirling.
The brand new Garnock Valley Carves Chainsaw Carving Event organised by Beith Orr Park Neighbourhood Watch was held in the Manse Field in Beith on Saturday 8th September and proved to be a huge success.
Neighbourhood Watch Scotland and its partners want everyone to enjoy a safe and spooky Halloween. Here are some simple precautions to ensure it is for you.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service would always suggest that you attend an official organised display but if you are planning a bonfire, this article will help keep you and your guests safe.
The General Data Protection Regulation, known commonly as GDPR, came into effect as of 25th May 2018. The aim of this legislation is to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches within an increasingly data-driven world. Read the article to find out more and how it affects Neighbourhood Watch in Scotland.
Scottish Government’s Building Safer Communities Programme (BSC) is a collaborative partnership with local and national partners and communities, including Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, to drive forward and champion Community Safety.
Glasgow West Crime Prevention Panel & Neighbourhood Watch Association members recently visited the Glasgow Police Museum. Hear what they thought!
by Jean Brown, Association Secretary