We have campaign materials available for your local watch. Link to order form at the bottom of page
order stickers using the form . You must be approved/verified to get stickers.
1. Window/Door stickers
2. Promo cards
3. Recruitment leaflets
4. Community Safety Charter. Use this on social media to promote our aims.
5. Home Security
Windows locked Interior lights on a timer Doors double or deadlocked Exterior lights on a sensor Neighbours keep an eye out
6. Table top upright banner. Comes with a metal base and packs away neatly when not in use. You can impress people at meetings with this neat banner, which we will adjust and have your watch name inserted.
See above, please advise how many you need.
2. Promo Cards A6
Give those cards to anyone you want to remember where to register for Neighbourhood Watch
3. Recruitment leaflets A5
drop them through neighbours letter boxes to make them aware that a Neighbourhood Watch exists in your area and invite them to join online
4. Community Safety Charter
our pledge of support
5. Home Security leaflets
A reminder to keep the home safe whether we are in or out
6. Upright banners A3
These table top banners can be stood onto a table during Neighbourhood Watch meetings or meetings of a Residents Association to show Neighbourhood Watch support.
Tower Hamlets Council, has made changes to Safer Neighbourhood Operations (SNO) team. Click through to our page about ASB prevention to see full details with tips how to report and deal with the issue, if it affects you and/or your neighbours.
The borough has been divided into four main areas
Bethnal Green East
Bethnal Green West
Spitalfields and Banglatown
St. Katherine’s & Wapping
Blackwell & Cubitt Town
All four areas have dedicated Tower Hamlets ASB officers. Your Met Police SNT Ward areas stay the same. See details here.
The borough council services will include
Community Engagement Bus, as base for patrolling officers from both council and police officers.
Six mobile CCTV cameras, which can change location and be fixed to various areas of concern
Five knife bins
Three Neighbourhood Enforcement & Treatment (NET) officers
Additional Tower Hamlets Enforcement Officers (THEOs) – focussing on youth and women’s safety
Hostel Relations Manager – for a link between Brick Lane and wider partnership, also to effectively manage complex dug users
Women’s safety walks. You may also ask for Walks & Talks with police officers and use the Streetsafe facility on the Met Police website.
It would help our communities a lot if our registered members and others could provide evidence of incidences captured on domestic recording devices.
There are many areas in Tower Hamlets, which are not covered by Council CCTV and are abused by criminals.
Many domestic recording devices can help provide footage of incidences of
this list is endless.
It can make the clear up rate of police investigations quicker if you supply any footage you have recorded may that me on
ring-door bells with camera
dash cam footage
other private security with camera installed in any property.
As long as you do not share footage with others but only with police or report to us anonymously, it is legal to share this footage, pictures.
We would like to compile a register of privately held recording devices in properties around Tower Hamlets to be able to help police solve crime in areas, which have no regular CCTV installed. We do understand that most commercial properties’ CCTV is already registered with police.
If you recognised crime on your device but do not want to supply to police directly you are welcome to upload to our anonymous reporting page, which also allows you to give your contact details if you wish, so that police can get in touch with you, otherwise it’s completely anonymous, we do not even check for your IP.
A well-organised community festival, which enabled me to open a stall to advertise for Neighbourhood Watch. We already have a Neighbourhood Watch group on the estate and people came to enquire about scams and how to improve their own situation in the place they live.
A lot of people enquired about signing up for Neighbourhood Watch and I gave out window stickers to help protect people’s dwellings.
19 – 25 July 2021, making Tower Hamlets a safe place for all our residents.
All week police teams, THEOs go through different areas, searching for hidden weapons and drugs and talking to residents, business owners asking how the area can be made safer. We are trying to recruit Neighbouhood Watch members. A list of events is on our calendar.