Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association ITHNWA) Charity registration number 1194477

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Neighbourhood Watch is an organisation made of volunteers and private individuals.

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The Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association (THNWA) is a subsidiary of the National Neighbourhood Watch Network, accessible via Ourwatch. It is our aim to support all self-declared, verified and registered Neighbourhood Watch groups in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and those wanting to start Neighbourhood or other watch groups. Please note that registration with Ourwatch or OWL does not give you full membership of the Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association until you’ve completed our Membership application form. 

Contact via our contact page on this website or telephone 020 8980 9495 (answer phone)

Data protection policy.

We follow the data policy of the Neighbourhood Watch Network. This can be viewed here in pdf and here in full.

ICO license obtained 22. Feb. 2021 – 23 ICO Registration Certificate[18604]

Ethics and Standards 

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Privacy Policy



Public Liability insurance, with a Limit of Indemnity of £10,000,000 per claim plus legal costs, is in place to provide relevant cover for all recognised schemes and Neighbourhood Watch volunteers carrying out their roles across the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The insurance is extended to include cover for Products Liability up to £10,000,000 a year, and Employer’s Liability. This cover is paid for by Neighbourhood Watch Network.

Access Insurance Services, a Charity specialist Chartered Broker, has arranged this comprehensive cover with RSA Insurance Group plc at a very competitive premium — recognising the important community role which volunteers undertake across the movement.

The protection will continue to include cover for Community Emergency Planning Committees and ‘emergency neighbourly acts’ if undertaken under the Neighbourhood Watch banner, and Personal Accident cover for co-ordinators under the age of 80 years whilst they are undertaking tasks on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch.

Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association expects all incidents/accidents to be reported using the Accident form: THNWA-Accident-form-2021

The certificate (below) can be downloaded and printed off as and when needed. If you have general enquiries regarding this insurance, please contact Neighbourhood Watch.  If your enquiry is Policy specific, please contact Access Insurance directly by e-mail, phone 0333 344 7429, or visit

Link to Jubilee Street Party insurance conditions

Confirmation Of Cover 2022 – Tower Hamlets[22974]

Tower Hamlets Employers Liability Certificate 2022-23[22973]

Please click through to the relevant information from the Providers. You must carry out a risk assessment prior to activities. FAQS.

All volunteers in the THNWA associated Neighbourhood Watch groups are volunteers and private individuals. We do not have any access to police records. We do not publish the addresses of private individuals.

Concerns about phishing with regards to this organisation must be send to please also see our communications policy for more details