Our Neighbourhood
Watch family:

National NHW

Useful links:

Links to our partners,
friends and useful websites

North Yorkshire Police - Easy to find information from top level policies and staff through to individual officers in your area. You will find information about the workings of North Yorkshire Police - who they are, what they do and how they do it. North Yorkshire Police has an official page on Facebook - you can join to get the latest news, pictures and videos from the force.
Hambleton & Richmondshire Community Safety Partnership - Community Safety Partnerships bring agencies and communities together to tackle crime within our communities. Your Community Safety Officer can be contacted via Hambleton District Council, Civic Centre Stonecross, Northallerton, DL6 2UU - tel. no. 0845 1211555 or email info@hambleton.gov.uk
District Council
Trading Standards
Trading Standards can be contacted via the Citizens Advice Bureau on their helpline Tel. No. 08454 040506 or by email trading.standards@northyorks.gov.uk
CrimeStoppers - An independent charity helping to find criminals and help solve crimes. 0800 555 111 is the number you can call to pass on information about crime. Alternatively people can pass information anonymously via Crimestoppers website, using their Giving Information Form

National NHWA

Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network, England & Wales (NHWN) represents all Home Watch and Neighbourhood Watch members across England and Wales. It is the body that engages with the Home Office and other partners at the strategic level.
The North Yorkshire Neighbourhood Watch Association's aim is to provide advice and support to the NW schemes already operating in the county, to be a link between them by relaying information.
Visit flash face - Ever wanted to be a police sketch artist? It provides a large number of each facial components including eyes, nose, mouth, hair etc. Also available as a male or female App for Android phones https://market.android.com/developer?pub=Artem+Brigert
Police.UK - Provides you with helpful information about crime and policing in your area, by entering your Postcode
Home Office Crime Page - We're responsible for reducing and preventing crime and ensuring people feel safe in their homes and communities.
Ask the Police - Intended to reduce the number of non-emergency calls to the police by giving the answers direct via the Internet. There is a wide selection of answers to nationally-asked questions. They also have a Facebook page.
Get Safe on line – A joint initiative between the Government, law enforcement, leading businesses and the public sector. Our aim is to provide computer users and small businesses with free, independent, user-friendly advice that will allow them to use the internet confidently, safely and securely.
Hoax slayer – Its goal is to help make the Internet a safer, more pleasant and productive environment by: debunking email and Internet hoaxes, thwarting Internet scammers, combating spam, educating web users about email and Internet security issues.
Safe from Scams - Learn about scams of all types: from the classics like bill-padding, cowboy builders' scams and chain letters to the new type of scams such as phishing, mobile phone scams, or fake lotteries. We tell how the scams work, why people fall for them and how to make sure you don't.
Immobilise - Create a FREE private and secure portfolio of all your personal property. If your phone, bike, computer or other registered item is lost or stolen, use Immobilise to instantly tell police, insurers, and the second-hand trade. These actions help greatly to recovery your property and capture thieves.
Action Fraud - The UK’s national fraud reporting centre where you should report if you have been scammed or defrauded. It is run by the National Fraud Authority – the government agency helping to co-ordinate the fight against fraud in the UK

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