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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

02/08/2017 -

There has been an increase in Motor vehicle crime across the borough. Please could you pass the Top Tips for keeping your Vehicle safe to all your NHW Members Please ensure you remove all your valuables from your vehicle and do not leave any items on display. Top Tips For Keeping Your Vehicle Safe

1. Don't display Never leave anything on display when you park your car.


2. Immobilisers Electronic engine immobilisers prevent your car from starting and are the best way to stop thieves. They should be professionally fitted by an approved installer.

3. Parking Always lock both your car and your garage if you have one. If you don't have a garage, always try to park in a well-lit, open place. Never leave your Keys in the car, even for a second.


4. Secure Car Parks When parking outside always try and park your car in an attended car park.


5. Steering Locks Use a steering wheel lock every time you leave your car.


6. Car Alarms Car alarms deter thieves from stealing your car and also taking items from it.


7. Locking Wheel Nuts These are cheap, easy to fit and stop thieves from taking your wheels.


8. Etching Have your car registration number or your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) etched onto all windows, windscreens and headlamps.


9. Security Markings Mark all car equipment, like your stereo, with your vehicle registration number.


10. Home At home, Keep your Keys safe and don’t leave them in the Obvious place

Crimestoppers If you have any information regarding any criminal activity including motor vehicle crime, and you would prefer not to speak to police, please report it to Crimestoppers. Remember your call is confidential and you can remain anonymous. 0800 555 111 or visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org For further Security and crime prevention advice - Please visit www.met.police.uk
Always in an Emergency call - 999
Non Emergency - 101

REPORTING to Trading Standards
Tel. 0208 921 8223 or email tradingstandards@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

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