Clubs and Societies
Neighbourhood Watch is the largest voluntary organisation in the country and is supported locally by the Police and the Parish Council. The aim of a neighbourhood watch scheme is to reduce crime and fear of crime in the local community through the provision of practical security advice and information, by encouraging householders to be alert to what is going on around them and to look out for themselves and for others.
The co-ordinators of the schemes and the various road representatives meet every four months to discuss concerns and to share information. Salient topics from these meetings are published in the Parish Magazine. Much of Clandon is covered by NW schemes but some areas do not have a co-ordinator and new volunteers are always welcome.
For further information contact:
Mr. Rodney Amor, Thorpe Barton, Clandon Road, West Clandon, GU4 7UW Tel 222402
Contacting the Police
Speed is vital when reporting incidents. Dial 999 in emergencies – when a crime is in progress, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, when there is danger to life or when violence is being used or threatened.
If you don’t need an emergency response, there are various ways to contact the police:
– Call 101
– Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Visit the Surrey Police website and click on “Contact Us”
– Go to https://report.police.uk
You can also Textphone:- 18001 101
There are separate reporting services for fraud and online crime, and for crime on the railways
– If you are suffering a live cyber attack call 0300 123 2040 to report it.
– Otherwise contact:- www.actionfraud.police.uk/report_fraud
Train and Railway station crime
– If you need to report a crime call 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016.
– Abandoned Vehicles, Graffiti & Refuse Hotline Call 444499
– Neighbourhood Disputes: Call Guildford Community Mediation Services 301010.