Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer Role

NHW crime logoWiltshire police have created a new Volunteer role to help the Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Committee to support and build the Neighbourhood Watch Network in Wiltshire.

Role Description:

The Neighbourhood Watch scheme is a partnership intended to bring people together to make their communities safer. Neighbourhood Watch is the UK’s largest voluntary movement.

As the Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch (WNHW) Volunteer you will provide support to the NHW Volunteers who currently make up the WNHW Committee in the maintenance of their database contained within the Community Messaging system. You would ensure that new members and schemes are verified and mapped in a timely fashion. You would promote WNHW with a view to increasing the number of members and be the first point of contact for WNHW member’s queries. Development of a NHW website would also be a key part of this role. You will need to be computer literate, have good communication skills and the ability to maintain accurate records.

Main Responsibilities

  • Input and update Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Association (WNHWA) information on Community Messaging system.
  • Verify new schemes and scheme members.
  • Contact point for problems with WNHWA information.
  • Promote and develop WNHWA across Wiltshire and Swindon.
  • Develop WNHWA website.
  • Informal meeting dates

Full role description: 35446_NHW_Development_Volunteer

If you, or anyone you know, are interested in this role please contact Wiltshire Police for further information about the role and how to apply email our volunteer co-ordinator.

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