Crime Prevention Trailer
The Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Watch Support Group has had a busy year so far with our Crime Prevention Trailer at a variety of events, during which we have taken the opportunity to spread the word about home security. The trailer is always very well attended and provides an excellent opportunity to publicise Neighbourhood Watch to a wider audience.
The trailer can be booked to attend local community events such as fun days and fetes, This is a volunteer based service which we do not charge for, We can enhance any event by giving free advice on all matters relating to crime prevention such as home, vehicle and cycle security and free security marking of your attendees property. It is manned by volunteers from your local Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Watch Support Group and is usually supported by the local Neighbourhood Police team.
The most popular function is the security marking of bicycles and baby buggies which is done free of charge.
The trailer is stocked with leaflets on home security and crime prevention, as well as details of the local Neighbourhood Police Team. In addition it is possible to purchase UV pens for marking property in the home and small UV torches on a key ring to read the markings. There are also personal attack alarms and cycle security locks for sale all with savings we’ve obtained though the power of neighbourhood watch.
The trailer can be booked by contacting Mike Davis on 01276 63846 or email@example.com
Come and visit us on the trailer at your local event!
Crime Prevention Trailer Events for 2018
Saturday 15th September – Old Dean Community Fun Day.11am – 3pm on the Wimbledon Road Rec.
Volunteers – Sue Flynn
Monday 27th August – Mytchett Family Fun Day – Open from 1 pm until 5 pm.
Volunteers – Reg Ward, Mike Potter, Mike Davis, Heather Kennard.
Saturday 8th September – West End Agricultural and Horticultural Show. Open 2 to 5 pm
Volunteers Sue Flynn, Mike Potter, Reg Ward, Mike Davis
note: Alan Hitchcock and Oliver will join us when possible
We were excited to see so many people stop by and have a chat, your Neighbourhood watch team has had a busy year.