North Wales Community Alert is a free messaging service for people who live, work and visit North Wales.
Our communities play a crucial part in helping us prevent and detect crime and anti-social behaviour. Working together, we can make North Wales the safest place in the UK to live, work and visit.
By joining North Wales Community Alert, you will receive alerts about crime in your area, witness appeals, general policing activities and any scams you should be aware of.
Registering with North Wales Community Alert
Registration is free, simple and easy - just simply sign up here. Once you have verified your account by responding to the verification e-mail, you have instant access to the North Wales Community Alert website.
Logging in to North Wales Community Alert
When you are registered with North Wales Community Alert you have full access to log in to the website and access your account settings at any time.
Logging in allows you to control all of your personal details and adjust the types of messages you want to receive, where you want to receive them and when you would like to get them. All of this is done through our secure servers.
The North Wales Community Alert community messaging system:
North Wales Community Alert is part of the Neighbourhood Alert network of sites and Information Providers. When you join this system your information is shared with a small number of licenced organisations. You can control exactly who can see your information and communicate with you by logging into your account or by sending an email to email@example.com.
Information Providers and organisations able to see your data may include: The Police, Police and Crime Commissioner, Fire & Rescue, Neighbourhood Watch, your Local Authority and VISAV (system administrators). Please review the full registration terms and conditions before you register with the system.
Please note: This service should not be used to report any crime or incident to us. We have a range of online services on our website here https://www.northwales.police.uk. If you want to report a crime or incident to us please use this online form on our website or call 101. If it is an emergency please call 999.