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The idea of Neighbourhood Watch is to alert
the village of any possible scams and police warnings of crime trends.
Please phone the police
direct with reports of possible crimes taking place. (see numbers below)
If you have any issues or queries regarding your Neighbourhood Watch scheme,
For the non urgent reporting of crime and suspicious incidents, call Kent Police
at the time of the incident on 101, or in an emergency 999.
- For all non-urgent incidents or enquiries, call
- If a crime is in progress or life is in danger, call
- If you are deaf or speech impaired, text 'Police'
and your message to 60066
- For news, advice or details of your neighbourhood
officer, visit www.kent.police.uk
The Swanley Village Neighbourhood Policing Team are:
PCSO Steve Vincent
They can be contacted on the 101 service
PC's are no longer specifically dedicated to areas
Rachel Wallis on 07860 478257 or email at
SwanleyVillageRA@outlook.com or phone Brenda
to be added to the list of villagers who receive up to date email bulletins from
police sources in connection with the Village.
Only one number per resident address please.
Duplicate numbers for the same address are not catered for due to size of
The purpose of these emails is to pass on local
police bulletins, warning of crime trends in the area,
to enable us to take
precautions to prevent it, rather than recording crimes that have already
Animal Welfare Animal Welfare Officer Anne Marie on 01322 343078 .
Animal Retreat. A Charity sponsored by Heather Mills Telephone Billy on 07720 495238 .
Crime stoppers Telephone 0800 555111
You dont need to leave your name to report a crime or
information that could lead to an arrest.
24 Facts About 24 Years Of Crimestoppers
Here are some facts about Crimestoppers which was started in 1988, 24 years
- Over 113,000 arrests and charges have been made since 1988.
- Over 1.3 million actionable calls have been received since
- More than £122 million of goods has been recovered since
- More than £223 million of drugs have been seized since
- Around 23 people are arrested every day as a result of
information given to Crimestoppers
- 29 cases are cleared up every day as a result of
information given to Crimestoppers.
- One person every seven days is charged
with murder as a result of information given to Crimestoppers.
- In the last three years the number of people arrested and charged as a
result of Crimestoppers information has increased by 32 per cent.
- In 1988, Crimestoppers received just under 5,000 calls with useful
information – last year over 90,000 pieces of such information
- Since 1988, 964 people have been charged with
murder/attempted murder with the help of Crimestoppers information.
- The ‘Most Wanted’ section of the website established in 2005 has already
resulted in 1,474 criminals being arrested.
- 47 fugitives believed to be on the run in Spain have been
arrested as a result of the 65 appeals launched in the crime campaign, Operation
- During the UK riots in 2011, the number of online forms received by
Crimestoppers increased by 300 per cent.
- The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) Most Wanted
website was designed with the help of Crimestoppers. 75 per cent
of convicted child sex offenders posted on the site have been found.
- Crimestoppers’ website
www.crimestoppers-uk.org receives an average of
145,000 unique visitors every month.
- There is a Crimestoppers 24/7 call bureau ensuring calls
can be answered around the clock, 24 hours every day.
- Around 40 per cent of the information the Crimestoppers
call bureau receives is via the online giving information form on our website.
- In 2010 Crimestoppers launched its new youth brand Fearless
- Crimestoppers has a presence across the UK largely thanks to our 44
regional volunteer committees
- Crimestoppers has over 500 people volunteering in their
spare time to help fight crime in the UK.
- The Charity’s combined following on Facebook and Twitter increased by
255 per cent over the last fiscal year.
- Crimestoppers has established the Integrity Line for
private companies to pass on information about crime and wrong-doing in their
- This year Crimestoppers launched a Just Text Giving service allowing anyone
to give a donation by texting CSUK01 followed by their amount
- Last year, the Charity launched its first ever product;
Crimestoppers Property Protector.
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