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Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

Creating safer, stronger and active communities


NHW Service Level Engagement Agreement

Service Level Engagement Agreement between Fenland Local Policing Command and Fenland Neighbourhood Watch

This document aims to set out a working agreement between Fenland Local Policing Command and Fenland Neighbourhood Watch (NHW).

The aims are:

  •  To promote consistency of service to NHW across the local policing area.
  •  To provide clear guidance to police officers, police staff and NHW members concerning the sharing of information.
  •  To provide clear guidance to the police and NHW regarding their roles, responsibilities and expectations.

This document is important for both organisations and is the result of lengthy negotiation.

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Watching Whittlesey

This Dakota was photographed flying over the town centre during the Whittlesey Festival. Spot the crew member enjoying the view!

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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.

2015 05 15 Connect


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  • The May 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

Ticket Fraud

Fraudsters regularly offer tickets for music festivals and popular sporting events scheduled for the summer. The tickets are generally offered for sale in the spring time and as the official tickets are sometimes not released until weeks before the event, potential victims don’t realise they have been deceived for some time after parting with their hard earned money. The internet is the most common place where this occurs; on platforms such as bogus websites, online auction sites and via social media.

Read more: Ticket Fraud


What is eCops?
eCops is the email messaging system brought to you by Cambridgeshire Constabulary, and powered by Neighbourhood Alert.

You can register with eCops, then you receive news and appeals, local crime information and crime prevention advice - direct to you as an e-mail. The service is completely free and works alongside Neighbourhood Watch, to bring you messages about your local area.  It also allows you to feedback information to your local policing team, to help us police your neighbourhood effectively. 

Messages can include crime prevention advice, details of incidents and appeals for your help in reducing crime in the county. 

So why not sign up to eCops for direct and easy access to your local policing team at a time convenient to you?