Wedmore Neighbourhood Watch
Wedmore Neighbourhood Watch seeks to reduce local opportunities for crime & anti-social behaviour
by harnessing community spirit so that everyone can contribute towards the protection of their propertyby mutual co-operation and effective communication.
We do this via a network of co-ordinators in every road linked in a cascade system by ‘phone & internet to Police HQ & our local policing team Please use the below link for Wedmore’s latest policing contact information.
To contact Avon and Somerset – Sedgemoor North-East Police team click on link below:
please note the “Contact Us” at the top of the web page link
short dial numbers at bottom of “Contact Us” page
Wedmore Neighbourhood Watch Opening Times:
We operate literally 365/24/7
– i.e. whenever opportunities for crime present themselves on our patch
– by staying alert and informed we feel able to help our community residents and businesses to help themselves to combat criminality in and around Wedmore.
Contact: Mr Roy Millward
-Village Neighbourhood Watch Co-Ordinator
Tel: 01934 712999
Contact: Mr Alan Blythe – Deputy
Village Neighbourhood Watch Co-Ordinator
Tel: 01934 713001
————– useful references ———
Action Fraud is the UK’s national online and phone helpline for reporting fraud and internet crime, and offers advice to the public. Below website contains many tips and advice to protect yourself from fraud as an excellent service.
Also, there is a very interesting write-up about Action Fraud (below link) which explains a lot about this organisation. It is how the police gathers information about fraud (scams, one example). Its aim is to work with the public to gather intelligence and will report back to protect the public.
“How to spot Fraud and what to do!”
The national Police.UK website is also excellent for seeing number of incidents by month for specific locations
All about Internet Protection (and much, much more):
Avon and Somerset Police – keeping safe – – Home, Car, Belongings:
NB: Following is a commercial Neighbourhood Watch website
Education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command.
Since 2006, Thinkuknow has been keeping children and young people safe by providing education about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation …..