Droxford Neighbourhood Watch aims to provide accurate and timely information about crime and risks in our village; thereby reducing undue fear of crime and so promote a sense of cohesion and security across our community
Moreover, the Droxford scheme is officially recognised within the national Neighbourhood Watch programme and this enables us to pass on relevant proactive information and news alongside the notification of incidents and warnings.
To be clear, reporting any emergency should still be via '999' or alternatively 112. Non-emergency matters, such as reporting a stolen car or damage to property, call '101', or report online @ www.hampshire.police.uk.
After contacting one of these, please ALSO contact your Area Co-ordinator and/or the Droxford Chairman or one of the Droxford Deputies. The contact details of the Chairman and the Deputies are as follows and all of the Area Co-ordinators are on the attached sub page.
Colin Richardson (Chairman) firstname.lastname@example.org 07711 058744
Tony Hoile (Deputy) email@example.com 07506 849443
Sally Sturt (Deputy) 877 140 07767 301095
- Facebook - 'Droxford Village Community' page
- Email - to/from 'firstname.lastname@example.org' (ensure emails do not go into your spam box)
- WhatsApp - 'Droxford Notice Board' group
- Phone call - phone your Area Co-ordinator or Chairman or Deputy to report anything relevant, or receive communications should none of the above options be available to you,
Information and reporting process is as shown below.