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Home Security and Dog crime are just some of the Keep Connected awareness sessions on offer this May

Alert message sent 10/05/2021 19:57:00

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The Neighbourhood Network are pleased to announce their May ‘Keep Connected’ online workshops, talking all things Home Security, Cyber-Crime and Dog Theft!

Home Security – Wednesday 12th May at 10.30am

Join the NN team to look at ways you can improve your home security, looking at how small changes in your daily lives can make big improvements to your home security.  There will be an opportunity for a Q & A session at the end of the presentation.  To book, please e-mail:

Fraud & Cyber-Crime webinar delivered by Fraud Watch – Wednesday 26th May at 1pm

Hosted by Fraud Watch, these workshops cover all you need to know to stay protected from fraudsters and cyber criminals.  They will discuss the art of how criminals manipulate people to obtain confidential information.  To book visit Fraud & Cyber-Crime Webinar booking link

Preventing Dog Theft Webinar – Thursday 27th May at 5pm

Hosted by Neighbourhood Watch and partners, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the current issues surrounding dog theft, how to keep your pets safe and what to do if you become a victim of dog theft.  To book visit: Dog Theft webinar booking link


During the month of June, the Neighbourhood Network will be celebrating Neighbourhood Watch Week (5th June - 11th June) and highlighting the important part Neighbourhood Watch plays in keeping our communities safer. 
We will be hosting a number of ‘Keep Connected’ sessions during this week along with other activities.  If you would like us to feature a specific topic or if you would like to share your Neighbourhood Watch achievements/story, please email us at

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