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Police and Neighbourhood Watch

Details of any alerts from the Police or local Neighbourhood Watch will be found on the following attachments, in date order with the newest at the top.   

November 2020

The Wiltshire Police Rural Crime Team has been working closely with policing teams and partner agencies across the county to tackle increase in rural crime.  Report all rural crimes, however small, via 101 or 999 if a crime is in progress.

This week (23 Nov) a promotional campaign has started encouraging people to sign up to Community Messaging using radio, leaflets/posters and social media.  They are keen that people who have cctv at their home or business, sign up and add the cctv owner/operator box so that they can be contacted quickly if help is needed with an investigation or looking for a missing person.  A leaflet will be published and our Clerk will place a copy on our noticeboards.  Poster pdf is below.

Bobby Van - this is a free service for anyone aged 60 or over (or younger if vulnerable through health or disability). They can do security checks, change locks, install door security chains, door viewers, window locks etc.  They also offer free fire risk assessment on behalf of Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service and can fit new alarms at no charge.  They are police-vetted volunteers.  See or contact 01380-861155, email: or write to The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust, Devizes Police Station, New Park Street, Devizes, Wilts SN10 1DZ

The Police and Crime Plan for 2017-2022 has now been published. It sets out how the funding is spent and identifies 4 priority areas, that is (1) to prevent crime and keep people safe,(2) protect the most vulnerable, (3) put victims, witnesses and community at the heart of everything and (4) secure a quality police service that is trusted and efficient.