NCRA NewsMail

9 May 2019

Neighbourhood Watch News

From Borough Police
Bexley Police are looking for 'budding' actors to volunteer with role play for training new recruits in various scenarios e.g. stop and search and victims of crime. This is open to all age groups. The exercise will take place on Friday 24th May at Marlowe House, Sidcup between 7.30am-midday. If you would like to get involved on that date or future exercises, please contact the Neighbourhood Watch office on 020 8284 5537 or email
From Dana Wiffen, Chairman, Neighbourhood Watch Office 
Why not pop along to Welling United Football Ground this Saturday, 11th May 2019 for a Family Fun Day? It takes place from 1-6pm and we will be joined on our stand by the Falconwood & Welling Police Team. We have plenty of information on fighting crime in Bexley and will be looking to recruit new Coordinators across the Borough.
From Dana Wiffen, Chairman, Neighbourhood Watch Office
Final Reminder for the Plas Meddyg Surgery Open Evening & Willow Close Residents Meeting for Thursday 16th May from 6.30 - 8.30pm at Bexley United Reformed Church Hall, Hurst Road, Bexley DA5 3JN (opposite War Memorial). Bexley NW will be attending.
No Crime Reports this week.
This is an on-going initiative run by volunteers and is pretty time-intensive to collate. The crime information is not a definitive list by any means but enables trends and key issues to be identified and local residents to be alerted. Where no reports have been received, it is not necessarily that no incidents have occurred but, rest-assured, we continue to work hard to fulfil our aim of having information to share for every Ward every week. We do monitor and follow up frequently where there are persistent gaps. Amongst police SNT teams, these can occur from time to time as a result of shift patterns, rest days and workload.