Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

Creating safer, stronger and active communities

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Do you want to help to reduce crime and increase your chances of getting your property back if it's lost or stolen?

Immobilise is the world's largest register of possession ownership details and is supported throughout the UK by the police and other Law Enforcement bodies.

Immobilise is a free database which allows you to store the identification details of your valuables. If the police recover property they suspect might be stolen they will check the database to see if any of the serial numbers or details are listed.

Immobilise can be used by any members of the public and businesses to register their valued possessions or company assets and remember this is a totally free service.

Immobilise is accredited as an ACPO Secured by Design service and is secured to very high standards.

Full details about this service are on the Immobilise web site at https://www.immobilise.com/

About Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention initiatives ever. By joining together with your neighbours, you can help to reduce crime and make your community safer for everyone. This is a vision shared by millions of people around the country. We all know that the police are there to fight crime, but they need help to do an effective job.


Neighbourhood Watch is an active partnership with the police and can help to:

  • Reduce crime and the opportunities for crime
  • Help and reassure those who live in fear of crime
  • Encourage neighbourliness and closer communities


Fraud, often called Scams, is the fastest growing area of crime and is often not reported.

ActionFraud is the UK’s national fraud and internet crime reporting centre.

They provide a central point of contact for information about fraud and financially motivated internet crime.

Click here to download a leaflet about Action Fraud.

Click here to read the article on What to Do if you or someone you know thinks they might have been scammed.