Please note – a date for the diary!
Starting at 7.15pm, before the Parish Council Meeting (which will start an hour later) on Tuesday 17 September at Pett Village Hall , Edward Kemp, Chairman & Sussex Police Volunteer, Rother Neighbourhood Watch, has kindly agreed to discuss the possibility of establishing a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme for Pett and Pett Level and perhaps the surrounding villages. More details to follow shortly.
|As many of you will be aware, Neighbourhood Watch is a community-run independent charity covering around 100,000 households in Sussex. The Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner works closely with Neighbourhood Watch to strengthen links between Sussex Police and local residents, and also to promote public and community safety. Members are also included in the PCC’s focus groups.
The Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, regularly runs polls to seek public opinion on a range of topics. This month, to highlight this strand of partnership working, she is running a poll to ask which area of Neighbourhood Watch activity you think is most important.
This is the quick link to the poll: https://www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/have-your-say/ . Then just click on a button to indicate the area of Neighbourhood Watch work that you think is most important. You will get instant feedback on the voting.
We appreciate that many people are rightly cautious about clicking links in E-mails. You can also find the poll on the PCC’s website https://www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/ , then click on Get involved, and then scroll down to Have your say.
Please help us by taking this one click poll.
If you’re interested in joining Neighbourhood Watch, or want to find out more, visit www.sussexnwfed.org.uk or send an email to .
|Message Sent By
Derek Pratt (Sussex) (NHWN, Administrator, Sussex)