Neighbourhood Watch:
Adur & Worthing

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About Us

The Adur and Worthing Associations seek to ensure that we have an effective NHW in our district, supporting the core values of the Neighbourhood Watch movement and promoting an active caring community on which local Police can depend.

The area covered coincides with both the local authority administrative region and the Sussex Police District.

Bringing neighbours together to create safe, friendly, communities where crime and anti-social behaviour are less likely to happen; making sure that no one has to feel afraid, vulnerable or isolated in the place where they live; looking out for each other, crossing barriers of age, race and class to create real communities that benefit everyone.

Communities where Neighbourhood Watch operate are more friendly and cohesive and experience a fall in crime.

NWN Partners

Co-op Insurance is working with Neighbourhood Watch to help make communities safer.

They're supporting work around neighbourliness as well as helping raise awareness of what communities and individuals can do to keep themselves and what matters to them, safe.

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Patlock has been designed to deter and stop potential home intruders.

As a proud partner, Patlock Security is working together with Neighbourhood Watch to help prevent crime, protect the vulnerable and create safer communities.

Latest Worthing Alerts

PCSO Street Briefing

Police Community Support Officer, Ed Mitchell, will be holding his next street briefing at the north...

Neighbourhood Watch
23/05/2022 13:26:17

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Essential resurfacing work starts soon in two busy Worthing roads

Good Morning FIRST_NAME}, Works start on Wednesday 18 May at Poulters Lane and a section of the conn...

Neighbourhood Watch
19/05/2022 10:46:55

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Say hello to NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH WEEK with John Bishop

Dear Sir/Madam SAY HELLO TO NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH WEEK, 30th May – 5th June 2022 This year, John ...

Neighbourhood Watch
18/05/2022 10:17:45

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Street Sign Installation

Good Afternoon Sir/Madam, Please find attached the photographs from last Thursdays Sign installat...

Neighbourhood Watch
16/05/2022 13:15:39

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