Neighbourhood watch is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention initiatives ever. Everyone knows that the police are there to fight crime, but they need your help to do an effective job.
What can Neighbourhood watch do for you?
- Cut crime and the opportunity for crime
- Help reassure those who live in fear of crime
- Encourage closer communities.
Neighbourhood Watch is not just about reducing burglary figures: it’s about creating communities who care. It brings local people together and can make a real contribution to improving their lives. The activity of members can foster a new community spirit and belief in the community’s ability to tackle problems. At the same time, you feel secure knowing your neighbours are keeping an eye on your property.
There are benefits to being a member of the scheme; members will become familiar with crime prevention ideas which will help you keep your home and belongings safe. The extra security, which belonging to a scheme offers may mean that you can get a premium discount from your insurance company.
How does this scheme work?
Crudwell village will be coordinated by Grant Dunkley, with schemes throughout the village being supported by a dedicated team of local volunteers.
Schemes can be large, covering most households on an estate or road or they might involve just a half dozen houses. Numbers depend on the area and will reflect how individual residents want to be grouped.
If you are interested in joining me in this village Neighbourhood watch venture, please contact Mr Grant Dunkley email@example.com
LOCAL RESIDENTS WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE POLICE TO REDUCE CRIME IN OUR COMMUNITY
Neighbourhood Watch is working with Wiltshire Constabulary and Crudwell Parish Council
Policing Team Contact Details
Community Policing is a new policing model introduced across Wiltshire Police in 2016, it has replaced the previous model of separate teams such as Neighbourhood Policing and Response, to bring together all officers, civilian staff and Special Constables in an area to work as one Community Policing Team.
How to contact your local team:
- If your call is an emergency please dial 999
- If you need to report a non-urgent crime/incident/anti-social behaviour, request an update on an investigation or make a complaint then please dial 101
- To contact your CPT about a community-related matter, such as a school visit, then please email
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Your local “Police Community Support Officer” is:
PCSO 6017 John Bordiss
Ashton Keynes and Minety
Non Emergency 101 ext 36017
Work Mobile: 07471 029674
Royal Wootton Bassett Police Station, Lime Kiln, Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, SN4 7JJ