Neighbourhood Watch is an extremely important part of any community, helping to protect residents from all types of crime through continual communication between the community and the local police.
Jonathan Wheatley is your neighbourhood watch representative and he will post information to this page as and when available.
Here is a new tool on the market to help protect your belongings or at least help the recovery of them.
enigmaTAG™ is a clear liquid solution, each bottle containing a unique combination of micro-particles. Simply by dabbing a tiny amount of enigmaTAGTM onto your possessions you create instant protection from criminals by giving your valuables their own coded fingerprint– registered exclusively to you via our website in association with Immobilise - The UK National Property Register.
That 'fingerprint' can't be seen by the naked eye, and is virtually impossible to remove - but police scanners can identify the particles on the spot, helping to reunite stolen items with their rightful owner.
It has been designed with the police to help reunite stolen items to their rightful owners.
For more details about EnigmaTAG™ then please visit www.enigmatag.com for more information.
The North Yorkshire Police Non Emergency number is 0845 6060247
The following is taken from the NYP website
You can contact North Yorkshire Police by phone, post, email or in person.
The details below will help you select the most convenient and appropriate method to contact us.
For all enquiries, to contact an officer or police station, or to report an incident that does not require immediate attention, please use our non-emergency number, 0845 60 60 24 7.
In an emergency situation, if there is a crime in progress or if there is a threat to life, please dial 999.
If you have a hearing or speech impairment, you can call our non-emergency number using the RNID Text Relay service, by dialling 18001 0845 60 60 24 7. In an emergency, call 18000.
You can email general enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org - please include as much detail as possible in your message, including your preferred method of contact if we need to get in touch with you.
If you prefer, you can email your local Safer Neighbourhood Team directly.
Email addresses for specific requests - for example those relating to Freedom of Information or firearms information - can be found on this website. You can search or use the sitemap to quickly find what you are looking for.
Enquiries can be sent by post to North Yorkshire Police Headquarters at Newby Wiske Hall. Our postal address appears at the bottom of every page on this website.
Under our Policing Pledge to you, we will acknowledge any dissatisfaction with the service you have received within 24 hours of you reporting it to us. To discuss any issues you might have, please contact our Professional Standards Department.