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This free service provides information to subscribers about crime and police activity in their area via phone or email.
Telephone contact details for all emergencies.
If you need to report a crime anonymously, visit these pages.
Learn who your neighbourhood officers are and what the Police are doing to combat crime and anti-social behaviour in Newbury South West. Also look up times and dates of Police surgeries.
Visit our Town Council's website to find out more about their activities, who your local Councillors are, and read the latest Town Council's minutes.
Visit this pages to learn more about West Berkshire Council's activities, who your Councillors are and read their latest minutes.
Learn more about your local Council who are very kindly funding this website. Find out who your local Councillors are, and read their latest minutes.
Visit Sovereign's website to find our more about Sovereign, including how to become more involved and how to report anti-social behaviour should it concern a Sovereign Housing tenant. Sovereign Housing Association tenants can visit this website to notify the Association of any repairs that may need carrying out.
West Berkshire Streetcare and Cleaning. Visit these web pages if you need to dispose of unwanted items or wish to report fly-tipping.
West Berkshire Council Highways and Maintenance. Visit this location to report pot holes or any other potential hazards to highway users, including obstructions to pavements.
Thames Valley Police, Neighbourhood Watch. Visit this website if you're thinking about starting up your own Neighbourhood Watch scheme and read more about how these schemes can cut crime in your neighbourhood.
Visit this location, the national site for NHW and Home Watch to find out how you can get involved.
View these pages to learn more about this unique and effective way of protecting your valuable items.
Visit these pages to discover more about forensic coding proven to reduce burglaries.
The National Property Register for phones, computers and other valuables. Use Immobilise to instantly tell Police, Insurers and the Second-hand Trade if any item is lost or stolen.
The Home Office has put together a steering committee to tackle identity theft. This website offers detailed advice on how to protect yourself.
Use this link to read more about this Police approved database for registering phones and other mobile IT equipment.
A must-read for fascinating news and features.
This website allows users to analyse local crime figures by postcode throughout England and Wales and compare them to the national average.
A link to the UK's most successful stolen vehicle recovery system - the only one operated by ALL UK Police forces. (Not a lot of people know this: but this system was launched by the husband of one of this website's administrators!)
The Thames Valley NHW Association has set up this website which has a lot of useful information, as well as promoting Neighbourhood Watch and listing events and meetings.
This is the National Neighbourhood Watch website which gives you the opportunity to list your local NHW scheme and receive their newsletter.
If you have a European Health Insurance Card, which replaced the E111, please check the expiry date which is printed on the front of the card, as they are only valid for 3 - 5 years. To renew your card simply visit these pages.
Launched by a former Police Officer, this is the largest and most comprehensive resource for free crime prevention and home security online.
Thames Valley Police's new campaign working to put an end to domestic violence.
If you have knowledge or experience of any scams or rogue traders, this is the body to contact. See their link below for an approved list of trades people.
All the businesses listed have been vetted and approved by Trading Standards to ensure that they operate in a legal, honest and fair way.
Reading Police Station: 0118 953 6000
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