Welcome to the Cheshire Neighbourhood Watch Association (CNWA) Website
Praised for volunteering efforts by Neighbourhood Watch, Willaston resident Ruth Hampshire is a true Neston role model.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer has launched his Community Action Fund making more than £100,000 available for projects which make a real difference to their local community.
For a newly established Neighbourhood Watch Scheme, Kate Walsh and the residents of Piper’s Court in Hoole, Chester can be proud of what they have achieved in such a short space of time.
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If you are experiencing domestic abuse and need immediate help, ask for ‘ANI’ in a participating pharmacy. ‘ANI’ stands for Action Needed Immediately but also phonetically sounds like the name Annie. If a pharmacy has the ‘Ask for ANI’ logo on display, it means they’re ready to help. They will offer you a private space, provide a phone and ask if you need support from the police or other domestic abuse support services.
The CNWA committee members were delighted to honour community volunteers across Cheshire at our annual AGM and awards event held on November 12th 2020. Due to the pandemic our meeting was held virtually using Zoom but was nevertheless well attended and had support from Chief Constable Darren Martland of Cheshire Police and Cheshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane.
As we spend more time at home and on our online devices, over one third (34%) of people say that they’re more concerned about cybercrime than physical crime and a startling 1 in 5 people are a victim of cybercrime!* You could be more at risk than you might think
Rogue TikTok accounts are promoting adware scam apps posing as “Shock Roulette” and “Wallpaper” apps
Neighbourhood Watch urges neighbours to talk first in response to new restrictions
Impersonation scams almost double in first half of 2020
Bravery Award Nominations for two Cheshire Police Officers
Cheshire Police protecting vulnerable adults