Welcome to the 100th and final Issue of the LNWA Newsletter – e-mailed to all 32 Boroughs plus the City. You’re receiving this because you are identified as a contact in your Borough. LNWA is anxious information reaches the grassroots so please ensure all Watch members in your Borough are encouraged to read this Newsletter, also accessible with hyperlinks active via our website, http://www.lnwa.net
NEIGHBOURHOOD & HOME WATCH NETWORK (NHWN)
As explained in newsletter #99, NHWN, the national organisation, now responds to the 43 individual Police Force Areas. Although the Met is a single Force, it would not be representative of its size if London was considered a single entity so NHWN will, in future, relate directly to each of you in the 32 Boroughs (plus City of London Police).
Neighbourhood and Home Watch Network is now your main point of contact and has launched a completely revised website at
This is your new source for all help and information. If you drill down through the pages, you will note the Force Area Representative for London is Jim Maddan who can be reached at:
Visit the “London” page at http://www.ourwatch.org.uk/knowledge/london/ and you will note a link to a list of London Borough Neighbourhood Watch Contacts. NHWN will maintain this list so, if your name is on it and you have been replaced as the contact in your Borough, please contact Jim Maddan or:
Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network
c/o Wigston Police Station, Bull Head Street, Leicestershire, LE18 1WX
Tel: 0116 402 6111
For one last time, LNWA thanks you all for your work and support over the past 10 years. It’s been great working with you all.