by Saxtead Parish Council
The scheme covers the whole of the parish of Saxtead and is designed to maintain low crime rates in the area. This is achieved by two scheme co-ordinators who monitor the area and gather information from residents which may then be passed to the Police for action. Regular bulletins of crime-related activity in the area are provided to scheme members.
Tel: 01728 621047
Tel: 01728 684306
Please don't hesitate to contact either Graeme or myself if you have any concerns or information that you may feel would be helpful to the police.
You can use the following link to see the Neighbourhood Watch website and to register for the scheme: www.ourwatch.org.uk/your_local_area
Or you can go to the Suffolk Neighbourhood Watch Association at http://suffolknwa.onesuffolk.net/
Graham Ward, Saxtead Neighbourhood Watch Scheme Co-ordinator
02.02.16 Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter
22.01.16 Heating Oil Theft Dennington
1000l of heating oil was stolen from a property in Dennington this week. There is rumour that thieves were working in the locality using a BT Opensource van, with all the BT stuff still written on the side, and had a large tank in the van, into which they pump the fuel.
20.01.16 Earl Soham Burglaries
Officers are asking residents to review security for their homes & outbuildings after a burglary & attempted burglary in Earl Soham last week.
If you noticed any unusual activity or suspicious vehicles in the area during the dates given, please contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting reference 37/12325/16 & 37/12502/16.
Help us keep our communities safe by reporting any suspicious activity.
Please use the following link to pass useful information to Suffolk Police about any incident.
DO NOT USE THIS LINK IN AN EMERGENCY OR IN A SITUATION THAT REQUIRES AN IMMEDIATE POLICE RESPONSE WHEN YOU SHOULD RING 999.
Police Connect Team
Some helpful advice regarding home and outbuilding security can be found in the attached documents
Saxtead Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator
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