Neighbourhood Watch Scheme was set up in 1988 and is registered
with the Neighbourhood and
Home Watch Network
It works in partnership with
the Swanland Village Association. The aims of Neighbourhood
...to reduce local opportunities
for crime thereby deterring would be thieves and vandals.
...to enhance community spirit
so that everyone can contribute towards the protection of
...to inform the police of
any suspicious activity.
NHW Members Guide 2016
June Newsletter 2017
To view information
about South Hunsley Area Police, meetings, events and news go to
your property on www.immobilise.com
Resilience Advice (pdf)
NOT BE COMPLACENT
Swanland is a low crime area but this can lead to easy pickings
for an opportunist - keep doors, windows, cars & sheds LOCKED
Village is covered by about 35 volunteer street co-ordinators who
meet together every four months to review any incidents of crime.
A Police Officer usually attends co-ordinator meetings to answer
questions about security and to review the latest crime reports
for Swanland and the South Hunsley Area.
Co-ordinators can act as a focal point for any crime based problem.
They can inform their neighbours of any security warnings from the
police, and keep an eye on empty houses while the owners are away.
Fortunately we have relatively few problems in Swanland.
the past year some new co-ordinators have joined the Swanland group
but more are needed. In particular we need more help in the following
areas: Greenstiles Lane, Styles Croft, Woodside, Easonby Close,
Waudby View, The Green, Crowther Way/Close, Queensbury Way, Dale
Close, West Leys Road, Kemp Road (Bottom end ), Chantry Way East,
Beech Hill Road and Westerdale.
shall be pleased to hear from you - contact
Deborah Parry - Swanland Area
Co-ordinator Tel: 632 576
of Co-ordinators for website publication (pdf)
residents are encouraged to be vigilant and report any suspicious
activity or actual crime in progress to the police by calling 999.
The Non Emergency Contact Number is: 101. All calls cost 15p, regardless
Crimes October-August 2017 and September Update (pdf)