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Neighbourhood Network Online Seminars

Alert message sent 05/05/2020 11:02:00

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Join the Neighbourhood Network as they continue to offer their ‘Keep Connected’ series, supporting Neighbourhood Watch groups and the wider communities by organising awareness and discussion seminars.
 

Cybercrime now accounts for more than 50% of all crimes in the UK (National Crime Agency). To find out how you can best protect yourself from becoming a victim of cybercrime, join Humberside Police lead PC Kennedy for a seminar and Q&A.  As well as offering general awareness sessions, he will also be delivering a session on how to keep young people safe online.  Sessions are as follows:
  • Friday 8th May @ 10am - General Cyber Awareness
  • Thursday 14th May @ 2pm - General Cyber Awareness
  • Thursday 14th May @ 7pm - Cyber Aware - Keeping young people safe online


We often find many Neighbourhood Watch Groups go on to take part in wildlife projects in their neighbourhoods and use ‘wildlife’ as a way of bringing their communities together. This session will include discussion on preserving wildlife such as feeding and use of weed killer, but also addressing community issues such as:
  • Is there a piece of grass you feel could be used better for nature?
  • Is there a green space that’s causing a problem in your area?
Monday 11th May @ 11am Wildlife Expert Andrew Gibson
 

The NN team will be delivering a Crime Prevention presentation, showcasing how you can protect yourselves and your property from thieves, introducing simple measures and building routines into your daily lives.  Join them on:

Wednesday 13th May @ 10.30am – Crime Prevention Presentation – Limited spaces
 

You either love it or hate it, but social media can be a real benefit for getting more people involved in Neighbourhood Watch and as a nation groups have developed significantly through these platforms.  With first-hand experience the Neighbourhood Network are keen to showcase the highs and lows of using these platforms, join them on:

Tuesday 19th May @10.30am – Neighbourhood Watch and Social Media – Limited spaces
 

All of the above sessions will be hosted on the zoom software (www.zoom.us) please make sure you have downloaded this software onto your device to access the session.  To register your interest please email office@nnetwork.org.uk stating what session you would like to access.  The team will then confirm your place by email, with a link to join the session.

Any questions regarding any of the above, please email office@nnetwork.org.uk.
 
 
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