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New neighbourhood watch or street watch schemes

Alert message sent 08/11/2018 17:35:00

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Good evening all,

A slight change from the usual crime updates from me this evening. I am looking for any residents on the Russell's Hall or Milking Bank surrounding areas who may be interested in setting up neighbourhood watch schemes or street watches. These will involve close participation with myself and the rest of the local policing team in order to help you set these up and then operate. For previously active schemes i would also like to get these reinstated if possible.

A neighbourhood watch scheme is typically a collection of residents one one or more streets who work closely together to share intelligence amongst themselves and the police regarding any issues such as anti-social behaviour, graffiti e.t.c This also strengthens relationships between neighbours and the surrounding community as a whole.

Street watch is an even more active type of scheme which involves residents patrolling their area in pairs or larger groups which will act as a deterrent to anti-social behaviour or even more serious crime such as burglaries. You will not physically approach criminals to protect yourselves however you will pass on what you see to the police. I will make every effort to have a police presence with you on your patrols.

If any of this interests you please get in touch by replying to this email and include your contact details so i can contact you.

Many thanks,

PCSO Elliott Morris
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Elliott Morris (West Midlands Police,PCSO,Dudley Central)

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