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Lanarkshire Partnership Against Rural Crime (LPARC) open day – East Kilbride


July 10th, 2024


The Neighbourhood Watch Scotland Team were at the Lanarkshire Partnership Against Rural Crime (LPARC) open day, hosted by the National Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride on Wednesday 10th July, along with colleagues from Police Scotland Lanarkshire Division, NFU Scotland, British Horse Society Scotland, Scottish Land and Estates and North Lanarkshire Council.

Wyndford Communitea


April 25th, 2024


We had the privilege of being invited along to the Crimestoppers Scotland and Wheatley Homes Glasgow community event in Wyndford, Maryhill today, where we met a lot of amazing people.

Livingston Designer Outlet and The Centre Livingston


April 24th, 2024


We had a great event today at Livingston Designer Outlet and The Centre Livingston working in partnership with colleagues from Police Scotland’s West Lothian Community Team and the Business Crime Prevention Unit where we were promoting Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, Neighbourhood Alert and Retail Watch.

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Case studies

Denholm Development Neighbourhood Watch

A few years ago the then Neighbourhood Watch (NW) Coordinator for my street, Denholm Road in Musselburgh, East Lothian, decided that they could no longer do the role. NW Scotland reached out to all the members of the Watch to see if any one of us was prepared to take on the role. As I didn’t want it it to fold and knowing it is a great scheme, I took it on.

Brights Crescent Neighbourhood Watch

About 4 years ago, due to several housebreakings in our street some neighbours decided our Street should join Neighbourhood Watch Scotland (NWS) and I became the NWS co-ordinator.

Exceptionally helpful and friendly NWS staff helped me with this process.

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