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BRaG Residents Association

Welcome to the BRaG Neighbourhood Watch

 

The Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) scheme is a way of passing information around to keep our streets and community safer. The Canbury Safer Neighbourhoods Team (SNT) will pass information through the NHW which residents can act on to prevent crime. Residents can also pass information to the SNT and amongst themselves which may help their neighbours. Up to date information will be posted here about current issues and events. Also below you will find the contact details for the SNT and the NHW Co-ordinators. All BRaG residents have been added to the NHW, if you wish to opt out then please contact us at info@bragstreet.org

Link to Canbury SNT homepage

CONTACTING THE POLICE
The SNT is primarily a crime prevention unit. They work long term in a neighbourhood to address crime trends and work with the community to prevent crime. They are not a response unit and do not work 24/7. So in different situations you may need to call a different phone number...

  1. If in any doubt, are afraid about what you are seeing, witnessing violence, damage to property or you think that a crime is happening then call 999 immediately. This will produce a rapid response to your call.
  2. You should call 101 to report less urgent crime and disorder or to speak to your local officers. For example, you should call 101 if: your car has been stolen, your property has been damaged, you suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood, report a minor traffic collision, give the police information about crime in your area or speak to the police about a general enquiry
  3. If you have some ongoing concerns about something in your neighbourhood, notice something unusual, feel that there is an opportunity for crime prevention then please call the SNT on the numbers below, if they are off duty then leave a message. Also e-mail your NHW co-ordinators. Please though if you are in any doubt about what you are seeing and think that you may be witnessing a crime then please call 999.