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Shrewley      Parish

Neighbourhood Watch is an organisation made up of people who are interested in working together alongside the Police to reduce crime and make the place in which they live a safer place. They do this by keeping an eye on their street or neighbourhood and reporting anything they see that seems out of place or suspicious. The Police Neighbourhood Watch team will follow up all reports.

People join Neighbourhood Watch to make sure no one has to feel afraid, vulnerable or isolated. It is about people looking out for each other.

Co-ordinators throughout Shrewley Parish pass on to their members  the police newsletters and general updates in order to: 

Reduce crime – by improving security, increasing vigilance, reducing crime by increasing the awareness of crime prevention methods.

To assist the police in detecting crime – by promoting effective communication and the prompt reporting of suspicious and criminal activity.

To reduce the fear of crime – promoting a sense of security and community spirit especially amongst the more vulnerable.

To improve police/community liaison – by providing effective means to notify Co-ordinators of local crime trends and by members advising the police of incidents when they occur.

Members can display window stickers to promote the scheme to remind everybody there is a very active scheme in place in this parish.


The co-ordinators continue to do a great job, but they need your help to recruit more members. If anybody is not a member and would like to be a member it is very quick and easy to join. For more information please contact:












The National Neighbourhood & Home Watch website also contains useful information.


Website: www.ourwatch.org.uk


Neighbourhood Watch

Shrewley & Hatton Station

Mark Beaglehole

mark_beaglehole@hotmail.com


Little Shrewley

Linda Wesbury

wesandlinda@btinternet.com


Case Lane

Richard Cook

richard.a.cook@btinternet.com