Neighbourhood Watch in Tandridge
Neighbourhood Watch works within the community to share information, working together, supporting and protecting ourselves and our neighbours.
Neighbourhood Watch began in the UK over 30 years ago to help prevent rising crime. There are now over 250 active Watches in our district which range from several homes to several roads, covering approximately 10,000 households within Tandridge District. Our aim is to bring neighbours together to create strong, friendly, active communities where crime and anti social behaviour are less likely to happen.
Neighbourhood Watch helps to keep you up to date on the criminal activity in your area including the latest scams and offers practical advice on crime prevention as well as other issues or concerns.
This easy to navigate site has been produced as a one-stop road map to help direct you to key points of contact providing topical information and support, links to websites and contacts from Action fraud, Crimestoppers and many more.
Tandridge Neighbourhood Watch works in partnership with Surrey Police but we are otherwise independent and do not have a partnership with other organisations who may be mentioned on this site.