May 2017
Don't forget our AGM on Monday evening 15 May 2017 at 7.30pm in the Easingwold Galtres Centre

News Archive:

June 2013
Police/Neighbourhood Watch Partnership Agreement

Oct 2012
Get Safe online week
Download tips about scams & how to avoid them
Download leaflet on staying safe online

Oct 2012
Police advice on Home Security

Sept 2012
Ringmaster advice on card machine security

May 2012:
Our new web site launched. Please tell us what you think of it.

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Watch family:

National NHW
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Useful links:

Hambleton South
Neighbourhood Watch Association

Welcome to our web site - we hope you find it useful

The Hambleton South Neighbourhood Watch Association The Old Police House, Easingwold
The Police House, Easingwold
covers the Southern part of the Hambleton District. In partnership with North Yorkshire Police its main aim is to help promote Neighbourhood Watch Schemes in Hambleton District and ensure that they operate in the most effective way possible – not just in crime prevention but also in promoting community cohesion. Please browse through our web site where you will find a wealth of useful information and advice to help reduce crime, the opportunity for crime and the fear of crime in our communities.

Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has been elected to provide you with a stronger voice and a greater say in how community safety is delivered and to ensure that the Chief Constable delivers for you. The office is completely separate from the police as it performs an important, independent scrutiny role. If you have a community or policing issue that you would like to discuss with Julia, please call our office on 01423 569 562 to book an appointment at one of her surgeries.

Securing Your Home
A well produced leaflet by North Yorkshire Police - 62 pages of very good information.
Download a copy for your i-Pad or i-Pad mini here
Download a pdf version here
And the National Neighbourhood Watch Association has produced an excellent Guide to Crime Prevention & Safety booklet.
Download it now.

Please either download and print this notice for your letter box flap, or collect a self adhesive one from either Easingwold Police Station, or from 33 Market Place Thirsk
letter box sticker

National non-emergency number - 101
101 is the new number to contact your local Police in a non-emergency situation 24 hours a day. Calls to 101 cost 15 pence (land lines & mobile phones) no matter how long the call, or time of day. Deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired users may use Textphone on 18001 101.

In an emergency always call 999

Members of the working committee, representing areas right across Hambleton South are: Bill Wood, Crayke, Chairman; Deputy Chairman - Vacancy; Jill Galloway, Husthwaite; Derek Allum, Oulston; Ernest Cooke, Huby; Christine Cookman, Stillington; Harry Dawson, Thirsk; Irwin Malton, Claypenny; David Wright, Easingwold; Simon Bullough, Huby; Nic Clay, Thirsk; Harold Dawson, Thirsk; Alan Ward, Easingwold.

Use the search box below for a custom search of this site:

Thirsk market place
Thirsk Market Square