More information in PDF documents about Bexley Neighbourhood Watch
- What is Neighbourhood Watch?
- Reasons for joining/starting a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
- How do I set up a scheme or join an existing scheme?
- Requirements for setting up a scheme
Watches you can join in Bexley
Dog walkers are ideal for being the eyes and ears of the neighbourhood, particularly early morning or after dark.
The allotment community pulling together to help prevent theft, criminal damage and vandalism.
We connect shops in the Borough to enable alerts to be passed on effectively.
Helping to prevent theft of horses, tack and related equipment as well as advocating horse welfare.
Our newest initiative to help deter crime and anti-social behaviour at hospitals in the Borough. Queen Mary’s in Sidcup is the first hospital in our pilot scheme.
Vandalism, anti-social behaviour and hate crime – all issues that can affect religious communities.
Crime Prevention Advice
- What to do to prevent crime and becoming a victim and Burglary
- External Doors and Letterboxes
- Garden Sheds
- Property Marking
- Cyber Crime and Staying Safe Online
- What is distraction burglary? – Citizens Advice handy leaflet
- Distraction burglary leaflet – Fighting Doorstep Crime
Visit the Useful Links page for further advice and information.
If you wish to become involved please download and complete a BBNWA Application Form and post or email it to us at the address shown.