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Volunteers Required at The Watch

Alert message sent 11/07/2019 17:33:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Dear Citizen

Since the closure of the community safety house in Brownhills, Walsall has been missing a community safety facility - until now.  Neighbourhood watch volunteers have teamed up with Safer Walsall Partnership to set up The Watch Community Safety Hub.  Though situated in Pelsall, the facility is designed to serve the whole of the borough of Walsall, with groups and individuals being invited along to learn how they can keep themselves and their communities safe.

This fantastic new facility is entirely volunteer run, and to maximise it's impact we need more volunteers, preferably people with neighbourhood watch experience, to help staff the facility and pass on their experience and knowledge to others.  There is a wide range of materials, including leaflets and video presentations, to help.  Training can be given.

The attached document contains further information about The Watch.

Would you be interested in offering a little time to help others at The Watch?  if so, please get in touch.  Any amount of time you can offer will be accepted and it doesn't matter where you live.

The Watch can be contacted at rshhp-nw@outlook.com, or to express your interest please reply to this message, and I will pass your details on.

(By replying you give me permission to pass your name and contact details on to the organisers of The Watch).

Many thanks.

Kevin.
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Kevin Pitt (Police, Engagement and Consultation Officer, Walsall)
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