The Neighbourhood Alert system is now available in Lenton Abbey. Free tools to keep you in the picture and enable you to make a difference and be listened to!
This is the most advanced, highly featured system of its kind in the UK and it is free to use if you live in Lenton Abbey.
Please register on this website if you live in the Lenton Abbey area of Nottingham. The site and your registration are confidential, your details will not be shared with anyone other than Nottinghamshire Police and Neighbourhood Watch unless you give permission. From your admin area you will be able to control exactly who can see your details and who can send you Alerts. You can also fully control HOW you receive information (text, voice or email), what TIME of day you are willing to receive them and what PRIORITY of message you are interested in (From Disaster warnings to meeting notifications).
You can choose to participate in Neighbourhood Watch activities or simply observe from a distance and be kept informed . You will be able to report information regarding issues of concern, suspicious and anti-social behaviour that you see or hear. In association with the Local Police and the City Council, the safer Neighbourhood teams and Neighbourhood Watch can then look at the quality of life within Lenton Abbey and use the intelligence you report to take appropriate action where necessary.
It is simple to use, free of charge, highly secure and totally confidential. The system has contributed in other areas of Nottingham to huge reductions in crime and anti-social behaviour, has improved community relations and has reduced the fear of crime experienced by many of us. The Alert system provides safe, secure, two-way communication by text, automatic voice recording and e-mail. It is a message broadcast system and an information gathering service that enables you to confidentially report information that is directed to the correct personnel within the Police, Safer Neighbourhood teams and Neighbourhood Watch.main website to find a website to join near you.
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