Neighbourhood Watch Crime and Community Survey by October 26th

We are delighted to invite you to take part in our annual Crime and Community survey. The survey is in its third year running, and we want to hear your views on crime, community, and your experience of Neighbourhood Watch. The survey is open to everyone across England and Wales, regardless of whether you are a Neighbourhood Watch member or not.

Survey Link

All responses will be anonymised and aggregated, and everyone who completes the 5 – 10 minute survey can choose to opt-in to the prize draw to win one of four £25 Amazon vouchers.

The results will enable us as a charity to better understand crime and fear of crime, benchmark whether membership in a Neighbourhood Watch scheme or living in a Neighbourhood Watch area impacts crime levels, neighbourliness, and the willingness of communities to work together. This information is vitally important to ensure we can better target our work to meet your crime and community needs and concerns.

Last year our survey received 16,000 responses from across England and Wales, providing us with rich and useful data. This year we will be able to compare our data to the last two year’s results and share our findings with you.

Please complete our survey and share it via email and social with all the various communities you belong to, whether they be a Neighbourhood Watch community or other such as sport, religious or work community.  This will help us receive a good balance of responses from members and non-members, enabling us to compare experiences between these two groups.

Survey Link

The survey closes on 26th October 2022. 

Neighbourhood Watch Network is a charity registered in England & Wales, CIO no: 1173349

Check on Crime Statistics in Your Area

Following a comment made at recent Neighbourhood Watch meeting, we can now share the link required to check crime figures in your area. The data is updated as regularly as possible but may be a couple of months behind.

Opening the link here will bring up the screen where you can enter your postcode to see the figures in your area.


It’s also good to know that non-emergency crimes can now be reported online at