The name of the association is 'GOLDEN RIDGE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH', hereinafter also referred to as 'GRNW' or 'the Local Scheme'.
GRNW is a member of the Avon and Somerset Neighbourhood Watch Association and is governed by their rules. For full details, see their website at www.asnwna.org.
This document only provides information specific to Golden Ridge Neighbourhood Watch. Information about ASNWA rules and a copy of the constitution can be downloaded from www.asnwa.org/governance.
The specific objectives of the Local Scheme are:
|Coordinator:||Joan Daniels||7 Ridgehill|
|Data Protection Officer (DPO):||John Cass||11 Ridgehill|
The GRNW email account is email@example.com.
(Both organisers have access to this account and ALL messages in relation to GRNW should be sent to it)
Any person who lives in one of the following roads is eligible to join the Local Scheme.
Contact People should as soon as possible let either organiser know of any changes in their group of houses. The DPO will keep this information up to date in the database and will provide Contact People with an updated list whenever changes are recorded.
Every two years Contact People will be asked by the Coordinator to visit their members and check that the information they have about them is up to date and correct. They may also be asked to collect a subscription (currently £1 per household to cover two years membership)
There are some expenses incurred in running the scheme, mainly purchase and maintenance of Neighbourhood Watch signs and the biennial subscription covers this. The money is held as petty cash by the Coordinator and, at their discretion, may be used to reimburse expenses incurred on any Neighbourhood Watch related business or to help fund minor community projects in the area of the Local Scheme.
If it becomes necessary to wind up the Local Scheme, all member data held by the organisers will be deleted and any remaining petty cash will be donated to a charity designated by the coordinator at the time.