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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.
If you are concerned about community safety please contact Charlton Central Neighbourhood Watch by ringing 07939 090 676 or email mail@ccnwatch.org Stay safe - The CCNWatch

During the coronavirus outbreak the  CCNWatch is supporting our community. If you need any help or support please contact any of our Co-ordinators - See OUR TEAM page for details.

Click here for our CCNWatch Pastoral Spiritual Wellbeing Support Leaflet

We are actively recruiting new co-ordinators to the Watch.  Being a co-ordinator is not an onerous or time consuming role. You will be joining an enthusiastic team who care about our area. Be the first to know what's going on in our streets.  Have you say in influencing policing priorities in the area. If you'd like to find out more, or become a co-ordinator click here and send us an email: mail@ccnwatch.org

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

15/12/2021 - Alert - Trading Standards

A common advance fee scamm is Inheritance Fraud, Usually the letter tells you someone very rich has died and your're in-line to recieve a huge inheritance.

Re-gift your scam email to Friends Against Scams for investigation! Find out how to do this on the Friends website: www.friendsagainstscams.org.uk/scamnesty

If you, or someone you know is in receipt of scam or nuisance mail, the NTS Scams Team's Investigators want to see it! They already use the mail that they receive from Scam Marshals to great effect through their disruption techniques but the team would like to see more and put a stop to these mailings landing on consumers' doorsteps.

The NTS Scams Team estimate that only 5% of these crimes are reported; this can be due to a number of reasons, including shame or embarrassment, or even that victims don't know who to report scams to. Victims of these crimes shouldn't feel ashamed at all - these criminals are experts at what they do and know exactly how to commit their fraud.

Send mail (no need for a stamp) to:

NTSST, FREEPOST, MAIL MARSHALS

WHERE TO REPORT

Protect others by reporting incidents like this.

Report suspicious texts you have received but not acted upon, by forwarding the original message to 7726, which spells SPAM on your keypad.

Report suspicious emails you have received but not acted upon, by forwarding the original message to: report@phishing.gov.uk

If you, or anyone you know, have been affected by this fraud or any other scam, report it to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk

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

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