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Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

Creating safer, stronger and active communities

A Personal Safety Event for all residents on Tuesday 22nd October in Whittlesey Library 10:30 – 12:00

A community fire service volunteer will bring out lots of freebies to give away and give advice on keeping safe around fire. There will be information about personal safety at home tips on avoiding making your home and property less attractive to burglars and when out and about, parking your car in a well-lit area, not having items of value on show when walking alone or in your car, etc.

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Update from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

 This is the latest Connect newsletter from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

summer2019

 This Summer edition includes information about policing across Cambridgeshire including:

  • Launch of Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme
  • Community Navigator Scheme
  • New Devices to Tackle Alcohol-Related Crime
  • National Rural Crime Network
  • New Police Contact Point Opens
  • Report It, Stop It Campaign
  • Countryside Watch
  • Resilience Courses
  • Forthcoming Events
  • Speed Campaign to Help Save Lives

 

Friends Against Scams

Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch has signed up to a partnership called Cambridgshire and Peterborough Friends Against Scams (CAPASP). We are determined to help communities stand up to scammers as we know this is one of the few areas of crime which is increasing. Scams are often not reported and can happen to anyone especially to the vulnerable and elderly.

Read more: Friends Against Scams

Are You a Good Neighbour?

A report from Co-op Insurance and Neighbourhood Watch takes a look at the nation’s attitudes towards neighbours. The report reveals that just 15% of people have invited their neighbours over to their home and almost a quarter (24%) think they’re a good neighbour because they keep themselves to themselves.

When asked, two in five people (41%) think they are a reasonably good neighbour and only 2% do not think they’re good neighbours.

Read more: Are You a Good Neighbour?

Report a Crime Online

If someone is in danger and you need immediate support please call 999 now.

If you want to report a vehicle collision then go to reporting a vehicle collision instead.

To report a crime online direct to Cambridgeshire Constabulary takes about fifteen minutes via an easy to follow online form.

Please use Report a Crime Online to report a non-emergency crime.  It is important to complete as much information as you can, providing specific detail where possible.  

You can report a crime online if:

  • property has been stolen.
  • property has been damaged.
  • a property has been broken into.

A link to the reporting page is shown at the top of every page on this Whittlesey Neighbourhood Watch site or click here which will open the online reporting page in your browser.

Once the form has been submitted all reports will be reviewed by the Crime Bureau and they will respond to you with a crime number within 24 hours.