National Consumer Week In this feature NCW 2014 doorstep crime raising awareness Good Neighbours Stop Rogue Traders The 2014 National Consumer Week campaign was a great success. Here are the highlights SOURCE: NATIONAL CONSUMER WEEK 2014 FINAL REPORT Click circles In 2014, 101 trading standards to read more 8,000 65,000 authorities shared and posters postcards in English and Welsh with the public TSI amassed 166 pieces of local/regional media for the campaign, including traditional and webbased media TSIs National Consumer Week (NCW) web page received 243 tweets, and 1,183,951 122 8,300 500 impressions NCW events were held in 64 areas and attended by at Read more people. least More than 13 people attended local Citizens Advicehosted events national news media picked up the NCW story, including Good Morning Britain and the Daily Mirror Between November 2014 and February 2015: Of the people surveyed at trading standards education events, 52% Daily Mirror columnist Andrew Penman described Good Neighbours Stop Rogue Traders as the great idea of the year had had a bad experience with a cold caller Read more Credits Published You might also like Images: Shutterstock Tuesday 24 March, 2015 Waste not, want not March 2015 To share this page, click on in the toolbar From 3-7 November, NCW received: 2,892 mentions on Twitter #stoproguetraders received 1,682 5.67m tweets from impressions Before attending events, 30% of respondents rated the events as quite engaging and 70% of respondents very engaging #NCW14 received 106 tweets and 150,287 impressions 75% replied yes to feeling confident to raise concerns about someone who is being targeted 2% had no knowledge at all of doorstep crime; 64% 34% had some knowledge; and had a lot After attending events, 87% of respondents had a lot of knowledge; 91% said they knew how to raise concerns about doorstep crime