Neighbourhood Watch

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Local Co-ordinator:

If you are interested in filling this role please contact Heather Bourner Parish

Surveys show that criminals are less active in NW areas, being more likely to encounter home security or be observed by vigilant neighbours.

Neighbourhood Watch is a crime prevention initiative based on community alertness and vigilance: your eyes, ears and initiative are valuable assets.  This simple idea has been developed successfully to reduce criminal activity and if you see something that appears suspicious you should not hesitate to telephone the Police.   If in doubt, call them anyway and let them decide if it is important.   Your rapid reaction can be vital to help Police investigations.

Monxton Neighbourhood Watch aims to help people protect themselves and their property and reduce crime or the fear of crime.   This can be achieved by:-

  • improved home security
  • greater vigilance
  • accurate reporting of suspicious incidents to the Police

We disseminate information from the Police, warnings about potential criminal activity and crime prevention advice by:-

  • delivery of notices to each house
  • articles in Parish News
  • articles on Monxton Matters website
  • by regular reports to the Parish Council
  • by e-mail (in emergencies)

The Monxton Neighbourhood Watch registration number is 44NW037.   Your household insurer may ask for this number.

Police Contact

Telephone 999 – If life is threatened, people are injured or a crime is underway.

Telephone 101 or 08450 454545 – for all other contact with the Police.

These telephone numbers are published at the front of every edition of the Parish News.

Our local Police contacts can be contacted via Police telephone number 101 and asked for by name or collar number, or by e-mail at:

Our local PCs are Tim Allen & David Trowbridge

Hampshire Constabulary police bulletins are now being issued by Hampshire Alert, to which anyone may sign up – click here. The alerts cover the whole county, not just our area, and can be a bit overwhelming.