Neighbourhood Watch
Wed 30 September 2020
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YATELEY

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

ASSOCIATION


About us

Yateley Neighbourhood Watch work closely with the Yateley Police Safer Neighbourhood Team in a combined effort to reduce crime in the local area. Currently there are 110 streets covered by the association, and the list is continually growing.

Main Aims of Yateley Neighbourhood Watch Association

  • To enable residents to reduce opportunities for crime and make it more difficult for the would-be thief, vandal or criminal to act in our neighbourhoods.
  • To build a community spirit so that neighbours can work together for everybody's benefit.
  • To pass on information to the police about any suspicious incidents occurring in our neighbourhoods and to distribute crime prevention information and crime reports from the police to our members.
If your street in Yateley is not yet covered by Neighbourhood Watch and you would like to join, or you would like to make contact with your nearest coordinator, please use one of the email addresses or phone numbers listed in the Contacts section below. A list of streets currently covered by Neighbourhood Watch can be found here.


Contacts

For more information please contact:
Chairman:   David Taeger,    email
Secretary:  Brian Rose,    email,    tel: 01252 871329
Local Police (non emergency)  email 






 

Local Links

Yateley Town Council      www.yateley-tc.gov.uk



Hampshire Alert

All NW Coordinators and members are encouraged to sign onto Hampshire Alert to receive up-to-date information on current crimes and Crime Prevention.
Register at www.hampshirealert.co.uk


 

Recent Alerts relevant to the Yateley area:


Serious collision - Redruth

23 days ago Monday, 7 Sep 2020 11:14

Information request Sent by Devon and Cornwall Police

View this message on the Devon and Cornwall Police site.


Teenager charged following Blackwater incident

80 days ago Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 15:41

Crime Updates Sent by Hampshire Constabulary

View this message on the Hampshire Constabulary site.