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IT’S YOUR VILLAGE….
Rustington Village is a peaceful and pleasant place to live but like any other corner of the country, it has its problems.
You can help Rustington to retain it’s image of a safe and pleasant place to live by joining The Rustington and District Neighbourhood Watch Association.
We do not ask anything more than for you to watch out for your neighbours and to report any suspicious activities that you see happening within the village and surrounding areas.
Members are also offered advice on home and personal security.
The modern Neighbourhood Watch is about making sure that no one has to feel afraid, vulnerable or isolated in the place where they live. It’s about people looking out for each other, crossing barriers of age, race and class to create strong, cohesive communities that benefit everyone.
Anonymity is the offenders’ strongest weapon. Neighbourhood Watch takes away that weapon by acting as the eyes and ears of the community. As a result, it has been shown that Neighbourhood Watch areas are far less likely to be targeted by criminals. Crime cannot flourish in a community that cares.
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What is Neighbourhood Watch ?
Neighbourhood Watch and you !
Individual Neighbourhood Watch schemes are run by members through a volunteer local resident Street Co-
Once the scheme is set up, the Street Co-
How can you join ?
If you are not already a member of Neighbourhood Watch and want to join, find out if there is a scheme in your street or local area by entering your postcode on www.ourwatch.org.uk, or phone the police on 101.
If there is an existing scheme nearby then we can arrange for your PCSO or a local co-
Email us at: email@example.com Or leave a voicemail message on 0844 4876827
Correspondence: C/O The Police Station, East Street, Littlehampton, BN17 6AR
Remember: Out of every five homes burgled, only one is a Neighbourhood Watch member.
Working with Sussex Police
From time to time, Rustington and District Neighbourhood Watch participate with other agencies in events such as cycle marking, festivals etc and sometimes we have events initiated by ourselves such as the Co-
If you would like to learn more details follow this link.
The members guide gives an insight into what is expected in conducting their day to day activities as a Neighbourhood Watch member. read more ...