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Community Street Watch

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This morning volunteers from community street watch conducted patrols with Police Fire & Crime Commissioner Stephen Mould and colleagues from his office also supported by Wellingborough Neighbourhood Policing Team PCSO Craig Blacha.

The volunteers patrolled around the castle ward and conducted some litter picking around the area and spoke to the commissioner about the scheme and highlighted some highways issues which were emailed to Northamptonshire County Council and Wellingborough Council for repair.

Northamptonshire Street Watch gives you and your community an opportunity to keep your area safe by walking around your neighbourhood, which can really help.

Local police keep in regular contact with Street Watch members to share information and work with you.

As a Street Watch member, you'll patrol your local area alongside one of your neighbours for at least two hours every month, at times which suit you.

You'll talk to people you meet and encourage them to take an active interest in keeping your area safe. So your neighbours know what you're there for, you wear a high-visibility Street Watch jacket.

You'll be supported by:
the local Street Watch coordinator
your local police

Become part of Street Watch
For further information email sav@northants.police.uk and we'll put you in contact with a local officer to discuss setting up Street Watch in your community.
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Craig Blacha (Police, Police Community Support Officer, Wellingborough)
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