Neighbourhood Watch


Hagley Neighbourhood Watch is working with the Bromsgrove Community Safety Projects Officer.

A meeting has been held with the Partnership and a wide range of community safety issues including crime and anti-social behaviour was discussed. A number of products were demonstrated which are available to help reduce vulnerability to crime. Many of these are low cost options. One such supplier can be seen on line and obtained with a 10% discount using code 10RED16 from Solon Security; There are a number of other companies supplying such items which can be found using a simple search on the internet. It is recommended that some research is undertaken before making any purchase.

Ensure that the basic practices of ensuring your home and car are well secured. Two simple things we should do is ensure that when we are away take measures to prevent this being obvious such as light timers and to mark all our valuables with such things as Ultra Violet pens, or Smartwater. 


Before going away; tell your neighbours and friends, cancel the milk, ask someone to pick up the post, ask a neighbour to put your bins back for you once emptied. If you have an alarm set it and if you go away or don’t have a car invite a neighbour to park on your drive so that it looks like people are coming and going.

Don’t forget call 101 if in doubt but 999 in an emergency. See also Hagley Neighbourhood watch page on facebook.

Steve Colella and Roger Seabury Hagley Neighbourhood Watch administers

Kathryn Grocock

Last update: Friday 28 July 2017

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