First Derbyshire NHW Website

Alert message sent 10/07/2020 19:18:00

Information sent on behalf of Derbyshire Constabulary

Derbyshire HHW are proud to announce that there new website has gone live on the 7th of July, this will allow them to increase their sign ups and watches and cascade information out to new people who may not have had contact with NHW before. Their regional pages also allow them to announce and promote regional news from SNT events and local crime, new watches, NHW success stories and much more.

They will be announcing a few new projects which include:
#VillageConnect: A project where they are working to have an NHW in each village in High Peak and the Derbyshire Dales to build a stronger network to support the police and locals against crime in these areas.

Funding application: New modern look flyers for existing watches to post to around their areas to increase awareness and sign ups along with allowing the SNTs to have something simple and effective to hand out when asked about NHW.
We hope you like the look of their new site and over time their aim is to build a strong digital presence to bring a more diverse NHW membership while adding value and strengthen relationships with local SNT teams.

Thank you
Mark 4445
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Mark Cox (Police, PCSO Supervisor, Derby East)

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