Membership of Langton Way Association also enrols you in the local Neighbourhood Watch; this may also reduce your home insurance premium if declared.
To receive (or opt out of) Neighbourhood Watch alerts by email, please contact Keith at Nwatch@langtonway.co.uk
Note that the Neighbourhood Watch mailing list is distinct from the contacts list for our more general updates on Planning or Social issues; to receive these please register separately at email@example.com
At the 2019 AGM, we had a ‘Burglary’ workshop that was presented by Cheryl Spruce, the Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator.
It was a very useful and informative presentation and all members who were present at the AGM were very engaged as there was a lot to take in. We didn’t have time for the whole presentation but Cheryl did provide us with some copies of the recent ‘Phone Scams’ booklet and also some NW stickers. Contact Keith if you would like a copy of the booklet or a sticker.
One of the main points that came out of the presentation was installing a ‘Ring’ doorbell which is basically a video doorbell that you can easily install yourself and you are able to answer the door and check in on your home at anytime from anywhere using an app on your phone. Whether you’re in the garden or halfway around the world. It also has the advantage for observing who may be acting suspiciously around your property. For a small additional fee you are able to store video content on the cloud that you can access later should there be anything you need to pass onto the police.
More information can be found here:
Here is a link to the Greenwhich Neighbourhood Watch website https://www.greenwichnhwconnect.org/ where you can find tons of information on events and useful information and other leaflets.
Please remember that it is always good practice to report anything suspicious to the local community police. They will act on reports so please don’t think that they won’t.
If you use Twitter then this is a good way of reporting something and it means you don’t have to call and be kept waiting on a phone for ages.
You can also report crime online Report a crime | The Met
Non-emergencies: tel 101
BLACKHEATH WESTCOMBE TEAM: 0208 721 2635 or 07920 233 828 (voicemail)