If you want to sign up for alerts, click the green button and fill out the form as shown in this video:
If you’re new to alerts please keep reading
When I read this message yesterday, I got up and looked out of my window and I could imagine others doing the same, all over our area. It made me feel part of the community. Then when the 2nd message arrived, I was really happy, and felt that I’d been part of something really great. I think this initiative is a powerful tool for good and many people will be blessed by it. Keep up the good work, and thank you!
That’s one person who received one of our timely, local and relevant alerts. In this case, a missing person alert was sent out one evening with another following a few hours later to tell people he had been found. Alongside Police Scotland and a number of other partners, Neighbourhood Watch Scotland delivers this local safety information to individuals by text phone and email.
Here’s an example of an alert:
More examples of the sort of alerts people receive can be found here https://www.neighbourhoodwatchscotland.co.uk/alert_archive
After a successful pilot in the Rutherglen area, both Perth & Kinross and Scottish Borders councils have purchased their own licenses and are going from strength to strength.
To sign up for Neighbourhood Alerts click here