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Neighbourhood Watch Free Crime Prevention Webinars

Monday, February 13th, 2023

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Neighbourhood Watch is running a series of free Crime Prevention webinars throughout February. Some of these are now full, with no new registrations being taken. All places are taken for the two sessions on ‘Exploitation, Gangs & Knife Crime Awareness: Free online course for parents and carers’.

Availability remains for the following, and places can be registered at https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/webinars :

Wed 15th February3.30-4.30pmUNDERSTANDING THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SCAMS
Wed 22nd February6pm-7pmPREVENTING BURGLARY WITH WIDEN
Tue 28th February5.30pm-6.30pmUNDERSTANDING THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SCAMS

Details, from https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/webinars:

UNDERSTANDING THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SCAMS: Back by popular demand, Paul Maskall will host a fireside chat on the psychology of scams and explain why scammers are so effective at their crimes. This fascinating insight into the way cybercriminals identify targets, often using data sold to them by other criminals, execute scams which use emotional blackmail and rational reasoning. Although a scary topic, the much better news is that he will teach you how to question and swiftly deal with approaches from the criminal fraternity. This is an unmissable opportunity to learn more about cybercrime and fraud.

PREVENTING BURGLARY WITH WIDEN: Inspector Matt Coe is going to lead us through a webinar on burglary prevention and the importance of keeping your property safe and working with your neighbours.

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