Get onboard - support your community by enrolling with your local Neighbourhood Alert - see below.
Neighbourhood Alert is the newest, comprehensive, two-way system fully supported by national police forces. To quote from the local area website: Registration on the East Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Alert website will enable you to report information regarding any crime, suspicious behaviour and anti-social behaviour you see or hear within your area. Registration is restricted to residents of the East Bassetlaw area as well as people who work here.
Neighbourhood Alert are seeking the widest possible involvement by the local community; for more information and also to enrol please go to the East Bassetlaw Community Alert website. Some recent Alerts are reproduced below:
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This is only a selection - get enrolled for the full service!
The visual quality of these screenshots are much lower than the actual Alerts due to our processes of transfer to this site.
Thefts from Welham Road on 13-14 April (21st April, 2013)
Catalytic converter thefts have resumed in the local area. (28 Feb 2013).
Inheritance Trust Scam (28 Feb 2013). This is particularly aimed at elderly residents, so look out for them.
Agricultural-related machinery stolen near Clarborough (20 Feb 2013).
A message comes up on your computer screen stating to be from 'Metropolitan Police Central E-Crime Unit'.
The message states that illegal activity has occurred on the computer and £100 must be paid within 24 hours for the computer to be unlocked. (31 Jan 2013).
Donít leave your car Ďdefrostingí with the engine running - local people have had theirs stolen (10 Dec 2012)
Mark your property - donít give thieves a present!
Read this booklet full of advice. (06 Dec 2012)
Donít fall for loan sharks. Read this NOW! (22 November 2012)
Donít shine laser pens at aircraft - it is a criminal offence. What happened to those that did? (13 Nov 2012).
Clever credit card scam involving courier delivery (7 November, 2012).
Defensive planting advice - use viscous plants to protect your boundaries and/or windows, etc.
Alerts are e-mailed to registered members at very regular intervals - highly recommended!
...no one knows your immediate area better than you, and now you have a facility with which you can be heard. In the past, many observations and pieces of intelligence from members of the public and concerned citizens have not been listened to. Many times as residents of the area, we have been aware of trouble brewing: gangs gathering and spoiling for trouble, con-men in the area, dodgy characters looking in car windows, people selling drugs, the list is endless. But, over the years, we have learnt that unless an incident is taking place at that moment, other issues take priority.
The truth however is that the police intelligence department do want this information, they value it and have been fantastically supportive of the development of a system to collect this information confidentially. All reports made are stored safely and the local Safer Neighbourhood teams, Police intel units and your local co-ordinators are notified that information has been reported. When the authorised personnel log in and respond to your report you are notified by e-mail.
In addition to this and thanks to a further commitment from the police, if you register on the system you will be given access to the police crime stats reports for your immediate area. A weekly report that will enable you to see exactly what crime has been reported in your street (no house numbers). This will enable you to take precautions against perhaps an increase in burglary or car theft or simply feel reassured that you have a downward crime trend in your area.