Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert registration is open and you can register to receive information on issues in the local area. NNA is the messaging service run by Northamptonshire Police and was formerly known as Community Connect. It has been re-launched under the name Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert and now has greater functionality than previously, allowing frontline police officers to send alert messages direct from their mobile devices to thousands of local people. They will be able to do this in real-time while they are out and about policing the county.
There are also information on the following Twitter accounts which includes more live time information on daily activities in the Daventry area:
@sgtsamdobbs (covers Daventry Sector) @PcsoCarlBarton (covers Woodford Halse)
@PcsoKirsten (covers Daventry Town)
@hutch472 (covers Daventry Rural North)
@PcsoPaulHarris (covers Daventry Town) @PCSOSangster (covers Daventry Rural North)
The alert service is free and simple to activate by registering at www.northamptonshireneighbourhoodalert.co.uk and is available to anyone living or working in Northamptonshire.
After signing up to the messaging system, people will receive regular alerts fromNorthamptonshire Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other partner organisations, keeping them up to date and informed about crime, and issues relevant to them and the area where they live or work.
Alerts are received either by email, text message or voice message – whichever suits. People will also be given the option of what they want to receive alerts about, and how often – they will only receive messages about topics they have selected.