Neighbourhood Watch News
Thus far, no-one has come forward to take on the role of Lead Co-ordinator for the Neighbourhood Watch group. Contact details of two residents have been given to North Lincolnshire Council's Safer Neighbourhoods team and any warnings, scams or other relevant information will be sent to these two residents who will ensure that it is forwarded for submission into the next Newsletter, on to the Neighbourhood Watch page of the web-site and be announced at the next Residents' Association meeting. Sharing any concerns with family, friends and neighbours within the community will obviously help increase awareness of criminal activity.
As always, the community is encouraged to be vigilant and responsible for its own safety and well-being and that of vulnerable residents.
If you have concerns about criminal activity, do not hesitate to contact the Police on 101. If there is an emergency or you believe that a crime is actually taking place, ring 999. It is important to raise the Police awareness of crime in an area; if few or no reports are made Police statistics will indicate that an area is crime free.
The next planned Neighbourhood Watch meeting will be on Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 1930 hrs in the Coronation Club - any resident will be welcome to attend. The request for someone to take up the reins of Lead Co-ordinatorwill continue, so anyone interested will be particularly welcome. If, in the meantime a resident would like to take up the role. please contact Jayne Brierly on 01724 721767. emsmum5@btinternet,com or Joan Stocks on 01724 721374, email@example.com.
Until such time that the the structure of Alkborough and Wacot's Neighbourhood Watch groupchanges, please refer to the Residents' Association minutes which can be found on the village web-site, the Neighbourhood Watch page of the same site and the Newsletter for updates on crime in this area.
Neighbourhood Watch Information
Reports of suspicious activity within the area should be passed to the Barton Neighbourhood Police Sergeant on Telephone Number 101 extn. 2193
Enhanced Police Communications
Humberside Police now have a new Facebook page for the rural villages. If you would like to keep in touch with what's happening in North Lincolnshire, particularly for the Winterton and Burton neighbourhood which includes Walcot and Alkborough, please click on the link below and 'like' the page. You will then receive updates hot off the press and the Police will attempt to keep you up to date with local crime, road closures and any other important issues which may affect you. If you have any problems with the link please search Facebook for 'North Lincolnshire Rural Neighbourhood Policing Teams'.
If you have any comments to make on this page or the web site as a whole please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org