Community Safety Charter

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This is a message from Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association.

We all want to reduce the fear of harassment, anti-social behaviour and intimidation experienced by anyone who lives, works, studies, or visits anywhere in England and Wales. Neighbourhood Watch has launched the Community Safety Charter aimed to involve a wide range of local organisations, ranging from Councils, charities, businesses to local shops.  In this way we can all work towards eliminating such behaviour.

Any organisations can sign up for FREE, including schools, universities, community centres, taxi firms, and public places such as libraries and they will receive a poster confirming their intention to make their locality a better place to live in.

Further information is available at:

This is the website of the national body for Neighbourhood Watch in England and Wales.  It includes the signing-up procedure.  Anyone signing up will receive a downloadable copy of the Charter to sign and display in their premises and/or on their website, plus a range of useful information.

We ask recipients of this message to pass it on to organisations known to them with encouragement for them to sign up.  These organisations can also sign up as Neighbourhood Watch Members through the same link.

Thank you.
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Geoff Pegg (NWN, Multi Scheme Administrator, Thames Valley, Wycombe LPA, High Wycombe, Hazlemere, Marlow )

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