Don’t waste time, report the crime

The fear of losing time, getting involved and extra complications, hinders people from reporting crime.

Just do it anonymously. The Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association, enables you to report crime completely anonymously in E1, E2, E3, E14.

All we ask is

  • time
  • date
  • place
  • description (optional)
  • create yourself a reference
  • up-load
    • voice file
    • video
    • doc

We do not monitor your email, IP address or phone numbers.

Just do it!!!

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A gateway to engage with the community

Neighbourhood Watch is to become

  • the most popular gateway for people to engage with their local community
  • the authoritative voice on community-based crime prevention
  • a recognised contributor to community health and well-being.

The next national AGM of the Neighbourhood Watch Network will be addressed by Minister of State Kit Malthouse in November.

Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association is represented, we are one of the country’s associations formed within borough boundaries.

We strongly recommend that local people register with Ourwatch whether you are part of

  • Residents Association
  • Neighbourhood Watch
  • Local group of helpers

who all have the well-being of the community at heart and feel that community safety, reduction of crime are part of their agenda.

Map your watch or contact us to help you set up a watch area on the site.

£1.20 per week for ASB patrols

We fully support the extra charge of £1.20 per week of service charges for ASB patrols. The patrols are exactly what’s needed in known ASB hotspots. Report ASB to the council here.

Don’t become complacent Neighbourhood Watchers your reporting is vital for the safety and security of us all.

Use our reporting sheet for recurring events you are worried about.

There are few ASB hotspots but there are many other areas where the alertness of our volunteers helps to keep us safe.