Thurrock Neighbourhood Watch wants you
Police are encouraging more people to sign up to Neighbourhood
Watch schemes across the Thurrock district.
PCSOs have been out in the area, dropping off leaflets to
residents to inform them about the scheme and give them information
on how to join up.
Steven Greener, community safety manager for the Thurrock
district, is keen to get more people involved in the successful
Steven said: “Neighbourhood Watch has proven to be effective
time after time, so it is important that local people get involved
to keep it going. It is a great deterrent for criminals and
provides an effective form of communication between communities and
Neighbourhood Watch has proven to be effective time
after time so it is important that local people get involved to
keep it going.
“Neighbourhood Watch is a very important concept. We are moving
into a new generation of Thurrock, and with it we have a new
generation of Neighbourhood Watch. A key difference for us is
the use of technology, as our website acts as a hub of information
for coordinators and residents alike.”
“However, we still need more people to sign up to the scheme, so
please get in contact if you are interested.”
Members receive regular updates on crime in their area, which
they can pass onto existing and future member. This means that
people involved in the scheme can gain a true reflection of crime,
and help police and other local agencies to prioritise areas that
are highlighted as a concern.
If you would like to get involved, please email Thurrock Watch
administrator, Angela Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact your local neighbourhood policing team by visiting
To view the Thurrock Neighbourhood Watch website, visit