neighbourhood warden

neighbourhood warden

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit a person employed by a local authority to patrol residential areas and deal with antisocial behaviour
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Leon Lincoln, 23, of South Hetton, left his van and fled after a council neighbourhood warden found him dumping rubbish on private land near Brandon.
The neighbourhood warden spoke to her grandfather who said he had not been into Durham City on the date his grandaughter was caught using his badge to park in New Elvet.
To be a neighbourhood warden you should be physically fit, be able to relate to people of all ages and be a good listener and communicator.
THE entire Neighbourhood Warden Service in a Merseyside authority has been put on 90-day notice and faces being axed.
football fans Ravensknowle Park warden Barry Daly (back left) and neighbourhood warden Andrew Gledhill (centre) with some of the players howzat Diane Clifford (left), a Ravensknowle Park warden, neighbourhood warden Denise Horsfall and families get ready for cricket
A FORMER neighbourhood warden who lost his job over an assault on his neighbour has lodged a complaint against police.
Cleaning kits will be provided - at a cost of pounds 200,000 - to 500 local authority neighbourhood warden schemes to use on targeted homes.
Council leader Jim Harkins said: "The neighbourhood warden scheme will make the streets of Renfrewshire a lot safer.
The government is citing the success of the 85 neighbourhood warden pilot schemes that were launched in September 2000 for a wider roll-out in England and Wales from next Spring.
Gary Barton, of Oak Lea, Witton Gilbert, was spotted by a neighbourhood warden from Durham County Council throwing the cigarette butt on to the ground outside the Gates Shopping Centre in August 2014.
Senior neighbourhood warden, Chris Santoriello-Smith, said: "Residents are in the best position to spend five minutes to paint over small amounts of graffiti.
Ian Gibb, assistant manager of the Neighbourhood Warden scheme in Prescot added: "The mini-warden scheme was set up four years ago by Tower Hill wardens and has now been rolled out borough wide.
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