Report from Clifton Neighbourhood Watch – September 2018

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September 17, 2018

Report from Clifton Neighbourhood Watch – September 2018


At the time of writing there have been no reported crimes during the last period.

Volunteers from Clifton will be conducting speed checks at various locations around Clifton very soon.

Many of you will have visited the Neighbourhood Watch stand at the village fete and found discounted security items for sale; from CCTV to credit card protective sleeves. If you would like to look at what’s available go to

Keep your vehicles secure by locking them and closing windows whenever you leave them. Do not leave anything on display including boxes, envelopes, clothing, Sat Nav brackets etc. etc. etc.

You can receive details of crimes in Clifton by joining the police Community Messaging Service. You will receive eMails from the police from time to time to make you aware of crimes in Clifton, details of local scams and fraudulent activity, crime prevention advice etc. To join this service go to;

Be aware of people phoning or leaving messages saying they are from HMRC and that there is a warrant out for your arrest due to failure to pay tax. If this happened to you take a note of the phone number that called you and report the incident to the police on 101 or by calling Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.

Also be aware of fake eMails from “British Gas” offering to make refunds etc.

Please remember the MOBILE POLICE STATION is available for you in Lilbourne Rd from 11.00am to 12.00 noon on specific dates. The next one will be on Wednesday 10th October and notices will be placed on the village notice boards.

All households in the village are covered by Clifton NHW so there is no need to apply for membership. However, if you would like to know more or take an active part in CliftonNHW please contact Chairman David Glover on 01788 535574

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