THURROCK Neighbourhood Watch unveiled their 2020 New Year calendar at Essex Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s headquarters.
Deputy Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Jane Gardner said: “I was delighted to once again support the Neighbourhood Watch by officially launching this Neighbourhood Watch calendar. It’s a really useful tool for residents and local businesses and helps to raise the profile of the great work that Neighbourhood Watch members do.”
Thurrock District NH Chair: Roger Passfield: “We at Thurrock Neighbourhood Watch have been working harder with increasing membership throughout the year. Thurrock is reaching 30 yrs this year, so I would like to take the opportunity by saying thank you for your support and if you know someone who is interested in starting a watch then let us know.
Essex watch liaison officer: Kevin Blake: “I am one of four Essex Watch Liaison Officers employed by Essex Police and one of our main duties is to facilitate NHW throughout the County.
“We work closely with all members and are visibly active with major events all year round promoting not just NHW, but other watches scheme we support including Dog, Rural and Farm, Heritage, Caravan and Marine to name but a few.
“We pass on crime data for each area plus notify members if there are any scams that are taking place”.