Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch is a way for communities to help themselves to stay safe. Groups of local volunteers work in partnership with the police and their local council to:

  • distribute safety advice
  • help make sure elderly and vulnerable residents aren’t targets for criminals
  • gather information to help police tackle local problems
  • alert residents when there’s a particular crime problem in an area

 

For latest Neighbourhood Watch report click on item below:

05.11.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

11.10.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

08.10.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

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27.09.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

04.09.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

03.09.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

25.06.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

31.05.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

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14.05.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

30.04.18 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

06.04.08 Neighbourhood Watch ~ Woodstock Ward

26.03.18 Neighbourhood Watch Community Message

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19.03.18 Neighbourhood Watch – Woodstock Ward

08.03.18 Neighbourhood Watch – Woodstock Ward

05.03.18 Neighbourhood Watch – Woodstock Ward

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16 01 18 Neighbourhood Watch Woodstock Ward

05.01.18 Neighbourhood Watch Woodstock Ward

28.12.17 Neighbourhood Watch Woodstock Ward

20.12.17 Swale Christmas Crime menu

23.11.17 Neighbourhood Watch Woodstock Ward

21.11.17 Neighbourhood Watch Woodstock Ward

31.10.17 Neighbourhood Watch Woodstock Ward

31.10.17 Kent Against Burglary

30.10.17 Distraction robbery in Sittingbourne clothing store

27. 10.17 Halloween and Bonfire Night