Neighbourhood Watch

Roger Mortimore
rogermortimore@kbic.co.uk

Purpose of Role
  • To Iiaise between the Police Authorities, Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) Development Officer and Pixham NHW Co-ordinators.
  •  Further liaison with Committee and Street Stewards
 Meetings to Attend
  • Committee
  • Annual General Meeting
  • Street Stewards and NHW meetings
Estimated Time Commitment
  • Approximately 2 hours per month attending committee meeting
  • Approx. 1 hour per month for delivery of NHW monthly newsletters and other relevant material
  • Preparing reports for Pixham Post and Annual General Meeting (2 hrs 3 X per year & 2 hours 1X per year respectively)
 
Responsibilities
  • Ensuring prompt delivery of monthly NHW newsletters to my 'Watch'.
  • Delivery of NHW information packs to new residents and a personal introduction.
  • To ensure any incident in Pixham is communicated to all other NHW co-ordinators in order that their 'watch' may be informed.
Other Information
There are 366 properties within the Association boundary currently 'watched' by 15 volunteer co-ordinators.
Residents, if suffering an incident or having any concerns, are first encouraged to contact the Police directly and report the incident.
They should then contact their NHW co-ordinator who may then decide to notify the rest of his/her watch and other NHW co-ordinators.
Good communication is the key element in keeping Pixham crime free.

May Update

posted 28 May 2009, 23:19 by Stephen Edgar

A quiet time, the Current newsletter (NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH, Dorking Town, May 2009 by PC Michael Vaccaro) ia attached below, please note it is for Dorking as a whole not just for Pixham.

Helping keep Pixham crime free

posted 28 Mar 2009, 08:55 by Stephen Edgar   [ updated 1 Nov 2010, 10:55 by John Hammond ]

On the subject of Neighbourhood Watch our aim to have Pixham completely 'watched' by a group of volunteer co-ordinators is proceeding well. Utilising the wonderful efforts of both existing co-ordinators and also welcoming new co-ordinators we now have the area from the part of the Lane where the 'traffic management system' i.e. the narrowed part, west to the A24 is completely 'watched'. Pixholme Grove and the houses opposite the Cricket Field are now covered, as are Swan Mill Gardens and the houses opposite. I am delighted to say that Leslie Road now has a 'watcher' and Chester Close is completely covered by their existing 4 co-ordinators.

If you live in any of the above areas and are unaware of your Co-ordinators' contact details please contact me and I will be happy to advise. The only areas we still need some help with are Downs View, Redcote Place, Riverside, and the houses on the East side of Pixham Lane from the Church up to the  A25. The role does not take a great deal of time, does not involve dressing up in a Policemans' uniform or 'having a go'. It is more about  liason, building good neighbour relations and fostering community spirit. In fact just some of  the objectives of Pixham Residents Association! It really only formalises what most good neighbours do anyway, keeping a  watchful eye open. 
 
Joining a scheme, which costs nothing, keeps you  updated with the latest crime prevention and home security information  and, depending on your insurance company, may qualify you for a discount  on your policy. If you would like more information about the role of  a Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator please contact Roger Mortimore at the following: rogermortimore@kbic.co.uk or telephone on 01306 885440.
See attachments for Neighbourhood Watch newsletters

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