Please consider joining your local Neighbourhood Watch. Neighbourhood Watch is all about people getting together with their neighbours to take action to cut crime.
How does Neighbourhood Watch work?
Neighbourhood Watch schemes are community initiatives owned and run by their members. They work by developing close liaison between neighbourhood households and the local police. It is an active partnership.
Neighbourhood Watch schemes can:
- Cut crime and the opportunities for crime.
- Help and reassure those who live in the area.
- Encourage neighbourliness and closer communities.
For more information on how these schemes work, their benefits, and running a scheme in your local area, please contact your local Watch Administrator (details below).
To access our Neighbourhood Watch resources, provided in conjunction with the Neighbourhood and Home Watch Network (England and Wales), visit Neighbourhood Watch on Thames Valley Alert (opens new window) to register. During the registration process you will be able to add your scheme or find a local one to join.
How do I join?
Please contact your nearest local administrator for more information.
Diane Brown – 01296 396262
Margaret Weber – 01344 823488
Deborah Hextall – 01295 754611
Caroline Saunders – Community Safety, Chiltern District Council: 01494 732089
Helen Sharratt – 01908 324626
Michelle Beahan – 01865 335133
Liz Herbert – 01189 536250
Jeff Tewkesbury – 01753 506170
Nic Martin, South Bucks District Council: 01895 837220
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse
Carol Rudd – 01235 556937
Debbie Morton – 01635 264718
Danielle Hilton – 01993 861640
Windsor and Maidenhead
Jeffrey Pick – 01753 835504
Christine Seal – 01189 181644
PC 5360 Howard Wynne – 01494 686204