Since April, the team at the Hull Neighbourhood Network have been hosting regular free online awareness seminars in partnership with Humberside Police and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and have had over 300 of you join.
The sessions have provided opportunities for Neighbourhood Watch members and wider communities to advance their knowledge in preventing crime and the wider aspects of running a Neighbourhood Watch.
During the week commencing 3rd August the team are hosting another 6 of these sessions including a new session on modern day slavery. The team would like to invite you all to attend any of these sessions and to also extend this invitation to your friends, family, colleagues and wider community.
NEW Modern Day Slavery Zoom – Presented by Andrew Smith, Coordinator of the Modern Slavery Partnership
A new subject for our ‘keep connected’ series – Andrew will be discussing what modern slavery looks like, who it affects, why it happens and what we can do about it, playing our part in stopping this from continuing.
Date: Monday 3rd August at 10.30am
Wildlife Talk – Presented by Andrew Gibson of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
This popular session is a must for those interested in their local wildlife, either individually or as part of a community group. Whether its questions on nesting birds, attracting hedgehogs, pond life or vermin, this is the session for you. You can email your questions beforehand to form part of the discussion.
Date: Tuesday 4th August at 10.30am
Cybercrime Series – Presented by PC Alistair Kennedy, Cyber Crime Prevent/Protect Officer at Humberside Police
Cybercrime now accounts for more than 50% of all crimes in the UK (National Crime Agency). To find out how you can best protect yourself and your friends/family from becoming victims of cybercrime. Join us to learn all things Cyber, we will be hosting 3 different sessions as listed below, all sessions will include a Q&A at the end.
Cybercrime Awareness – Thursday 6th August at 10.30am
Cybercrime: Hackers and Social Engineering – Thursday 6th August at 2pm
Cybercrime: Keeping Young People Safe Online – Friday 7th August at 2pm
Allotment Security – Presented by Neighbourhood Network and PC Lee Fuller, Crime Prevention Officer at Humberside Police
This session has been created, through a request from members of the public, to deliver advice and guidance on how to keep your allotment plot/site safe from crime. This interactive session will be your chance to ask any questions, share experiences and connect with other like minded people.
Date: Tuesday 18th August at 10.30am
The above session will be hosted on the Zoom software (www.zoom.us). Please make sure you have downloaded this software onto your device to access the session.
To register your interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will then confirm your place by email, with a link to join the session the day prior.
Any questions regarding any of the above please email email@example.com