Neighbourhood Watch
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Neighbourhood Watch:

Find your local scheme

About Us

Patrons: High Sheriffs of East and West Sussex

Neighbourhood Watch began life in the UK over 30 years ago in response to rising crime, but today, as times change, it covers all aspects of keeping safe.

Our main aims are to prevent crime, reduce the fear of crime, and improve safety. That means that whilst combating crime remains our core aim, we also help out in other important ways that help protect our communities, such as during and after emergencies.

We are supported by the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner and Sussex Police.


Are you a coordinator for a scheme or are you interested in setting up your own scheme? If so, simply enter your postcode in to the postcode search box above to find schemes around you.

By entering your postcode you have the option to apply to join a scheme or send the local contact a message. You can also see scheme information, police details, policing priorities, crimes and outcomes for your area.

Join The UK's Largest Voluntary Movement

Do you want to be a part of the UK's largest voluntary movement? Or just to receive key community safety messages through Neighbourhood Watch? Well you can. Simply click the 'Join Us' button below and follow the quick, simple sign up steps.

When registering, you have the option to join a scheme in your area or map your own scheme if you cannot see it on the list of available schemes. If you have any issues signing up, please contact support.

If you are already registered, click here to sign in and add a scheme.

Sussex Contacts

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John Wright MBE


07917 385 213

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Derek Pratt

Deputy Chair

01293 418 164

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Graham Crane

Vice Chair East Sussex

01424 446 351

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Robin Hargraves

Vice Chair West Sussex

01903 773 693

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John Amos

Vice Chair Brighton & Hove

07920 401 018

For any general enquiries, please email
For other local contacts, please see the contacts page.

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