NCRA NewsMail

24 August 2018 

Neighbourhood Watch Update 

Thanks to Jayne Pascoe (NHWN, Administrator, England & Wales) for sending the corrected details for the Nominate Your Best Neighbour Of 2018 award nomination process.

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I am writing to update you about the Neighbourhood of the Year Award 2018 nomination process that we sent you an earlier message about last week. (If you received a previous message about this award earlier today please disregard that one as the e-mail address on that message was incorrect - please use the e-mail address below instead).

Due to technical restrictions and for data protection reasons, the initial nomination process required those wishing to nominate their neighbour to sign up as a Co-op member. We have reviewed this process in partnership with the Co-op and have resolved the issue so that anyone can now nominate their neighbour for this award without having to join the Coop.
If you do not wish to become a Co-op member, but would like to nominate your neighbour, please e-mail

to request a nomination form. Once the form is completed it can then be returned to the same e-mail address for processing. The winner of the award will be announced in early October, at which point you will be contacted by Neighbourhood Watch Network should your nominated neighbour be successful. Please note that the deadline for returning completed nominations is midnight on 5th September 2018



Thanks to PCSO Angel Parnell for the following crime update :

Burglary - On 15/8/18, a residential garage on Bexley High Street, was broken into and a bicycle stolen from within. At 1920 a suspect can be seen on CCTV walking up to the garage lifting the garage door and popping the bolts open from its housing. The investigation is still on going.
Car Crime - On 16/8/18 a Vauxhall Vivaro Van was parked up in Harvill Road. At 2315hrs a member of the public noticed 3 men carrying electrical equipment & a generator. The males got into a Silver BMW parked in Maddocks Close. The member of public has retraced the steps of the direction the males had come from and found the Vivaro Van near quarter side window smashed and van doors open. They reported this immediately to the police who were able to trace the owner located in nearby Ellenborough Road. If anyone else has any information assisting us in our investigations please get in touch.
A vehicle had been broken into on 21/8/18 between 1030-1115. Unknown suspect(s) have smashed the rear windscreen and stolen a bicycle from the boot.
Overnight from 16-17th August a white tipper lorry from Town & Country Turf North Cray Road had 2 batteries stolen from within. The premises were locked & secure, there are no known leads at this time.
2 vans had their locks broken and doors damaged on Hartford Road, Bexley. This occurred from 2359hrs on 20/8/18- 0500hrs on 21/8/18. No access was gained to the vehicles but damage caused.
Officers have been completing plain clothes patrols when on late shifts, when it is apparent car crime is occurring.
PC Rose will be visiting residents this coming week on Wednesday 29/8/18 in High Beeches & Holt Close.
From Police SNT Team

Tel: 020 8721 2816 
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