St Peter's Residents' Association

Neighbourhood Watch


 

April 2017

A newsletter is distributed every two months to all members. These are online copies by email. Those members without email addresses will have a paper copy delivered to their house.

This is our Mar-Apr 2017 copy. Click HERE

This is our Jan-Feb 2017 copy. Click HERE

This is our Nov-Dec 2016 copy. Click HERE

This is our Sept-Oct 2016 copy. Click HERE

This is our July-August 2016 copy. Click HERE

This is our May-June 2016 copy. Click HERE

This is our March-April 2016 copy. Click HERE

This is our Jan-Feb 2016 copy. Click HERE

This is our Nov-Dec 2015 copy. Click HERE

This is our Sept-Oct 2015 copy. Click HERE

This is our July-August 2015 copy. Click HERE

This is our Apr-Jun 2015 copy. Click HERE

This is our Oct-Dec 2014 copy. Click HERE

This is our July-Sept 2014 copy. Click HERE

This is our April-June 2014 copy. Click HERE

This is our January 2014 copy. Click HERE

This is our Oct & Nov 2013 copy. Click HERE

No August or September editions

This is our June & July 2013 copy. Click HERE

This is our April & May 2013 copy. Click HERE

This is our March & April 2013 copy. Click HERE

This is our Jan & Feb 2013 copy. Click HERE

This is our Dec 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our Nov 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our Oct 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our Sept 2012 copy. Click HERE

No July or August editions

This is our June 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our May 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our April 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our March 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our February 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our January 2012 copy. Click HERE

This is our Dec 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our November 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our September 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our July/August 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our June 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our May 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our April 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our March 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our February 2011 copy. Click HERE

This is our January 2011 copy. Click HERE

No December edition

This is our November 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our October 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our September 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our August 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our July 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our June 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our May 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our April 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our March 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our Feb 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our Jan 2010 copy. Click HERE

This is our Dec 2009 copy. Click HERE

This is our Nov 2009 copy. Click HERE

Signs have been erected in strategic locations. This is in Westgate Hall Road.

NW Sign Erection

 

Our NW scheme implemented April 2006

St Peter's Association is a designated Neighbourhood Watch area. We have distributed information sheets and there was almost 100% agreement in all the roads canvassed. Andrew Kerrin agreed to be the area coordinator. He attended a meeting of the St Peters Association committee on 4th October 2005 to update them with progress. With him was Gillian Rushton who is the organiser for the Neighbourhood Watch group in Broad Street and Northgate and is now Andrew's deputy co-ordinator. The existing Broad Street Neighbourhood Watch Association has been incorporated into our overall scheme.

Useful links

Crime Stoppers Crimestoppers is an independent UK-wide charity working to stop crime. Crimestoppers works for you, your family and your community. Call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Just tell us what you know, not who you are.

Direct Gov Web Site This is an official national site and is run by the Home Office

Canterbury Area Crime Preventional Panel This has a link to the Canterbury area NW Site

www.immobilise.com This is a web based property register which works in conjunction with the police to register items such as mobile phones. An extract from the site is given below

Why use the Immobilise Property Register ?
  • Immobilise has over 13.5  million users, over 20 million registered items and over 3.6 million items recorded as stolen. It is supported by The Mobile Industry Crime Action Forum, The Metropolitan Police, Transport For London, The National Mobile Phone Crime Unit, and the UK Police forces.
  • Accounts are FREE and you can register as many items as you wish on one account. If you wish once registered you can upgrade and add certificates of ownership and photos to your account.
  • Recent Police figures highlight the arrest of over 450 people and the recovery of of stolen goods with help from Immobilise. Click here.
  • Only via Immobilise can you flag any stolen item on the UK Police forces Stolen Equipment National Database and on www.checkmend.org the public and second-hand trade searchable stolen property database.
  • The information you record can help you after loss, theft and fire to complete insurance claims and report stolen or lost  property to the Police.
  • Found Some Property or need help? Email us at info@immobilise.com
  • Buying Second Hand Goods? Use our sister website www.CheckMEND.org  to check any item is not stolen or in the case of a mobile phone blocked by the networks.
  • Lost a mobile phone or had one stolen? People agree it's a real hassle. Sign up to the FoneASSIST Mobile Phone Loss and Theft Assistance Service and let them sort it out if the worst happens! -

 

 

STAY VIGILANT AND WATCH OUT FOR YOUR NEIGHBOURS TOO

 

 

 

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