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The Neighbourhood Network is a charity made up of Hull based neighbourhood groups – residents groups, trader groups, neighbourhood and business partnerships, Neighbourhood Watch, tenants groups or any other groups – however big or small – that are interested in community safety.
We work together with Hull based groups to reduce crime, develop a good community spirit and create a safer environment where people are neighbourly and look out for each other.
As a member of the Neighbourhood Network you will get regular information, opportunities to help you make a difference in your neighbourhood and monthly community safety updates telling you what has been happening in your area and what events and activities are coming up for you or your group to get involved in.
If you are an existing group you can join the Neighbourhood Network straight away. It’s free to join.
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Help police bring the offender to justice
Police are appealing for witnesses to a spitting incident outside the Boyes Store on Holderness Road, Hull at 4.15pm on Friday May 15.
A 39-year-old man selling the Big Issue outside the store was approached by an unknown man.
This unknown man allegedly threatened the […]
Don’t fall for fake Microsoft call offering to fix your computer
Police are warning the public of a national computer scam following a number of local reports.
As part of the scam victims are cold called by someone who claims to be working with Microsoft.
The caller suggests that the victim’s computer […]
Protect Your Property
Get all the information you need to protect your property and belongings from theft.
No Cold Calling Zones
Find out about no cold calling zones and how they protect against doorstep crime.
Unwanted Mail & Calls
Find out how to cut down the amount of unwanted mail and phone calls you receive.