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Charlton Central Streets

Welcome

Welcome to the official website of Charlton Central Neighbourhood Watch (CCNW). We hope you will use this site to learn about our Watch and how the residents within our 13 streets work together to make Central Charlton a safer place to live.

CCNW is part of the national 'Watch' network whose motto is 'building secure, confident communities'. We wholeheartedly support this motto in CCNW. We are also affiliated to the Royal Borough of Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch organisation. The CCNW is supported by Charlton Central Residents Association

Our Watch has been set up to promote community cohesion. Research has shown that a strong neighbourhood watch can reduce crime in an area. We hope CCNW contributes to a reduction in crime but this is not our only aspiration. We promote good neighbourliness through keeping residents in touch with issues of community safety. We provide a conduit for exchanging information between residents themselves and with our local Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team.

If you have not already joined, become part of CCNW now and spread the word that by working together we can make Charlton Central a safer and happier place to live.

It is FREE to join. See Contact Us.

Aims

To help make Charlton Central a safe and friendly place to live and work by:

Instant Alerts

20/05/2019 - We have been asked to get in touch with you regarding the current spike in burglaries in the area. Some of you may be aware that there has been a worrying upward trend in burglaries over the last month. They have a similar modus operandii with burglars 'garden hopping' late at night or in the early hours (1.00 am and 5.00 am). They often use tools taken from insecure sheds. The police are undertaking additional patrols in our area. In the last week they have deployed helicopters and police dogs in pursuit of suspects. They urge everyone to help their inquiries by doing the following:
A- if you hear a helicopter hovering overhead please DO NOT go out into your garden or the street to see what is going on. This is seriously hampering operations that rely on a helicopter tracking someone at a time when normally there are very few residents outside.
B- please do not interfere or approach a working police dog. This again is seriously hampering the police at work.
We all want to apprehend these villains and complying with a) and b) above will be a great help to the police.
Can you please spread the word on this to all your friends, neighbours or through your networks so we can really support the police in protecting. us. Thank you for our co-operation.

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Tel. 0208 921 8223 or email tradingstandards@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

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