In order to be able to send you relevant information and better understand the views of the diverse communities we serve, we would like to ask you a few questions about yourself. Please answer all of the questions (you can select "Prefer not to say" if you do not want to disclose some information).
Do you have a disability?
For the purposes of the Equality Act 2010 a disability is defined as "a physical or mental impairment which has an adverse or long term effect on a personâ€™s ability to carry out day to day activities."
How did you hear about us?
Who can contact you
Only licensed Information Providers are able to send messages and you control whether or not they are able to see your details. Below is a list of all the available Information Providers in your area; you will only receive messages from and be visible to those you select here.
Available information providers
For your ease, we have already selected some providers which, once active, will provide you with a diverse range of information. Please amend the selections below to suit your requirements (once registered you will also be able to do this at any time by logging in to your account).
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The Fire & Rescue Service contributes towards creating a safe and secure community within your county. The organisation strives, with our partners, to inform the people and help prevent fire and road related deaths and injuries. Fire & Rescue Service is defined on this system as: Authorised and trained employees of your local Fire and Rescue service and a limited number of trained personnel from Fire and or Rescue service organisations in other areas in the UK. All of which have agreed to abide by the Neighbourhood Alert Rules and Conventions and limited to organisations that are bound under the terms of a current Neighbourhood Alert Licence
Messages may include a range of subjects including resilience, scam alerts and emergency warnings. Local Authority is defined on this system as: Trained, authorised employees of your local, district, city council or unitary authority who have signed a Data Protection Act compliant Access Agreement, a Neighbourhood Alert Licence and agree to conform to Neighbourhood Alert Rules and Conventions.
is defined on this system as: “Authorised and trained employees, democratically elected representatives and trained volunteers on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch Scotland
(Scotland) and the Neighbourhood and Home Watch Network
(England & Wales) who have signed a Neighbourhood Alert Information Provider licence and have agreed to abide by the Neighbourhood Alert Rules and Conventions.)
The authorised administrators of Neighbourhood and Home Watch including authorised representatives in your area will see your data if this option is selected.
PCCs need to make sure the policing needs of their communities are met as effectively as possible, bringing communities closer to the police, building confidence in the system and restoring trust. They give the public a voice at the highest level, and to make sure their police will answer for their actions and decisions. See here
for more information.PCC
is defined on this system as: Your current, local, elected Police and Crime Commissioner and authorised and trained employees of your the Police and Crime Commissioners office where applicable, who have signed a Data Protection Act compliant Access Agreement and agree to conform to Neighbourhood Alert rules and conventions.
We are the gas emergency service, and we use Alert to provide real time information to our customers in emergencies.
The messages SGN will be sending out on Alert will be purely advisory and be extremely useful to Alert users who choose to receive them.
The Police is defined on this system as: Authorised and trained employees of your local Police force and a limited number of trained personnel from the other Police Forces or Constabularies in the UK. All of which have agreed to abide by the Neighbourhood Alert Rules and Conventions and limited to Forces and Constabularies who are bound under the terms of a current Neighbourhood Alert Licence
Action Fraud Alert is provided by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau which is run by the City of London Police who manage Fraud nationally.