Home of Neighbourhood Watch in the Royal Borough of Greenwich
Cheryl works tirelessly for improving community safety within the Royal Borough of Greenwich. She is a Trustee of Safer Greenwich, represents Neighbourhood Watch on the Safer Neighbourhood Board and sits on the Independent Advisory Group. Amongst other activities she chairs her local Safer Neighbourhood Ward panel and has set up the Youth IAG within Greenwich. As you can see she has a passion for Community and the safety of residents across Greenwich. She is very proud to work for the Neighbourhood Watch Network, who support Neighbourhood Watch across England and Wales as their Head of Membership & Community Engagement.
Jonathan is a street co-ordinator for his local watch in Charlton, and he also sits on the Charlton Safer Neighbourhood Panel. He was a police officer himself for ten years and now works as a policy advisor in the Home Office.
Robert is a street coordinator based in Shooters Hill ward.
I chose to join the Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch Network as I want to live in an area where I feel safe, happy and connected. I learned of this organisation after burglaries in my local area and decided to volunteer some of my time after leaving full time employment. Learning and sharing information to help us to feel secure where we live and work is important to me and my neighbours. I look forward to meeting more of you and sharing knowledge to help us all.
I decided to join Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch Network committee as I value my local community and want to make a difference with living in a neighbourhood that has an agreement to watch out for each other's safety and know that I can turn to my neighbours for support. It brings people together to help create safer places to live and work. I have lived in the Royal Borough of Greenwich all my life and know the difference between a community that can work together with other agencies and police to really make a difference.