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Neighbourhood Watch

Volunteer and serve your community

As active citizens you offer valuable services to your communities. West Midlands Neighbourhood Watch Force Area Association are looking for dedicated individuals to volunteer their time and skills to help establish an active citizens network across the Midlands. There are many ways you can volunteer, such as:

  • engaging with and supporting communities;
  • dealing with partners and stakeholders; or
  • administering the WeAlert app and social media platforms.

By getting involved you are not replacing local volunteer groups that help their communities, but instead you will form part of an extended network that operates across the Midlands. Our public service and third sector partners and stakeholders may request additional help with specific issues in communities, and we shall identify the volunteer(s) best placed to provide help.

Right now, many of our volunteers are already helping the public during these unprecedented times. Having an active citizens network is key to helping communities continue to function and to maintain a civil society.

If you are interested or you represent an organisation that may be interested in getting involved, please contact us via e-mail at