Jean Sheppard is the main co-ordinator for the Newick Neighbourhood Watch (N.H.W.) and is happy to help you,
Jean has a team of over 30 volunteer “street co-ordinators” to whom she emails information she receives regarding crime or any other issues within the village. The co-ordinators then pass that information on to residents in their road who have asked to be included on the email list.
If you would like to receive regular N.H.W. updates in the future please let Jean know and she will pass your details on to your street co-ordinator. Occasionally, a new street co-ordinator may be needed when someone moves away. This vacancy will be advertised in the Parish Magazine and on the N.H.W. notice board opposite the bakers.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For all non-emergency calls please dial 101 or 01273 470 101. In the event of an emergency or if you feel there is a threat to a vulnerable person or people dial 999. Please note that all calls are recorded for policing purposes. The calls on 101 cost 15p however long they last. If they are busy you may have to wait a little while but they will answer you. The 101 number should always be used to report any new crimes or incidents.
Sussex Police can be contacted on http://www.sussex.police.uk/neighbourhood_policing/local_officer.aspx
For more information about Neighbourhood Watch please visit the Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network, www.ourwatch.org.uk and the Sussex Neighbourhood Watch Federation, www.sussexnwfed.org.uk. You can also access: http://www.sussex.police.uk/your-neighbourhood/your-district/lewes/local-team/ES1NH22 where local meetings are listed. Further information can be obtained by visiting www.crime-stoppers.org.uk or phone 0800 555111 if you wish to pass on information about any crime or criminal, but prefer to remain anonymous.
Should you be interested in getting involved in Neighbourhood Watch, please contact Jean, her details are: Jean Sheppard tel. 01825724478 email@example.com