Category Archives: Crime Prevention

Cybercrime

Wikipedia defines ‘Cybercrime’ (or Computer crime) as any crime that involves a computer and a network. (Source: Wikipedia) These days, ‘Computer’ can mean a desktop PC, laptop, tablet or Smartphone, and ‘Network’ can be either the Internet or the mobile … Continue reading

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Action Notes from committee meeting 16.5.17

Present: Stan Jones (SJ), Geoff Pegg (GP), Ian Burrell (IB), David Gresswell (DG) (Note-taker). Roger Lawson (Downley), Visitors: John Moore (Fair-ridge & Spinney). 1. Apologies: Ray Cox (Hazlemere),, Paula Day (AC: Kingshill Grange Estate), Selina Jackson (SelJ), Doug Meredith (DM), … Continue reading

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AGM 2017 minutes

2017 AGM

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Notes on working to protect older people

From 2002, Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association (WDNHWA) felt that it should address issues relating to older people with Co-ordinators being encouraged to look out for any of their neighbours who may be vulnerable or showing signs of being fundamentally … Continue reading

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Activity Report 20 Nov 2016 – 11 Feb 2017

We have: Addressed residents of a retirement home re cons & scams. Held 2 x WDNHWA committee meetings. Received a further £150 in referral fees from A-Plan Insurance making a total of £600 in 2016 (our first year). Attended a … Continue reading

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Activity Report 2016

ANNUAL REPORT OF WORK DONE BY THE ASSOCIATION DURING 2016 We have: Kept interested parties aware of our activities by Alert messages and via Twitter. Enhanced and maintained our website at : neighbourhoodwatchwycombe.org Succeeded in obtaining a grant of £793.00 … Continue reading

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Newsletter Summer 2015

Is it time you relaunched? It may be some time since your Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) scheme had any contact with us and perhaps morale amongst your members is flagging a bit or you may have new members since you started. … Continue reading

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Newsletter January 2014

AGM WDNHWA will hold their AGM on April 29th 2014 at 7.30pm at St Andrews Church, Hatters Lane, High Wycombe. Speakers for the event will be confirmed in the next few weeks, and everyone is welcome. We look forward to … Continue reading

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10 ways to deter burglars

 How to deter opportunistic thieves – 10 ways to make it difficult and dangerous for them to spend time breaking in to your house Lights – you should have motion sensor lights outside the house to illuminate any burglar, and … Continue reading

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Social media and burglaries

A new way of finding houses to burgle Most burglaries are opportunistic, not planned – and therefore there are plenty of things you can do to make your house less attractive to an opportunistic thief. However, thieves have found a … Continue reading

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