Neighbourhood Watch is the largest community safety organisation in the country and works by developing close liaisons between households in a neighbourhood and the local police. Some of our residents are coordinators for small areas in the village. See Wendlebury NW Coordinators
You can decide if you want to give your email address to your area coordinator . If you wish you can Join for alerts yourself. You then choose the type of alerts which are suitable for your life. To do this http://www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk There is another useful website which shows you lots of links and details about our immediate area: https://www.police.uk/thames-valley/N427/
How to report crime anonymously: If you want to report a crime, but you do not want to be identified to the police, call Crimestoppers. Staff will record your information and pass it on to the police so that it can be used to solve the crime.
Your call will not be traced, and you won’t have to testify in court or give a full statement, no matter how useful the information turns out to be. You can call Crimestoppers at any time on 0800 555 111.
The aims of Neighbourhood Watch are: to help people protect themselves and their properties -to reduce the fear of crime by means of improved home security – greater vigilance accurate reporting of suspicious incidents – and by fostering a community spirit – There are over 8,700 neighbourhood watch schemes across the Thames Valley. Each scheme has a coordinator, who is in contact with their regional administrator. They act as a link between the community, the police and other agencies. Updated 16 May 2018 Jane Burrett