Message from the Chair: Chris Cade
Warwickshire Neighbourhood Watch Association (WNWA) was constituted over a decade ago to provide the underpinning support for its five member organisations; the District Associations that, in turn, serve the five local authority areas. It does so by representing them in matters of strategy, by providing a forum to facilitate the sharing of good practise and by leading s collective approach in addressing issues of common concern.
Like all such Associations in the UK it is an independent, self governing, voluntary body constituted on democratic principles. Its inclusive nature is based on based on equal opportunity for all to help make Warwickshire a safer, healthier and happier place in which to live and work. I invite you to join us in helping us achieve our aim.
Message from Chief Constable Martin Jelley: 'I have always been a great admirer and supporter of Neighbourhood Watch and the role it has within our communities, particularly in relation to crime prevention and public reassurance, cannot be underestimated. As one of our key partners in reducing crime, Neighbourhood Watch schemes across Warwickshire work tirelessly for the benefit of the local community to ensure that people are safe from crime and enjoy a good quality of life in their local area and I want to build on the excellent work that has been seen in Warwickshire over many years. The partnership between the police and the public is key to the success that we have enjoyed and I am committed to protecting all of our communities with your continued help and support going forward. Can I thank each and every volunteer, who gives up their own time to assist in making their particular community a safe place in which to live.