Welcome to the new and updated Medway Neighbourhood watch website. If you have any suggesions about anything that could be added, or if you would like to see something in particular posted, please let the NW Chairman Mr Dave Duncombe know by clicking on the following link:
email the Chairman

kent police crimestoppers kent county council
Child Car seat Rules & Regulations The street cops trust Essential Guide for young drivers
www.victimsupport.org St Johns Ambulance www.kent.fire-uk.org
Report an untaxed vehicle Kent police and crime commisioner site Smartwater:
the crime fighting company
www.institute-of-fundraising.org.uk Medway Trading Standards www.getsafeonline.org
O2 Kids safety for parents Community Safety Partnership with Medway Council The Mathsdoctor online kids safety
Age uk advice on how to avoid scams nspcc Kidshealth online safety
E-Safety and Privacy:
Proxy vs. VPN
Cyber Privacy: Hide Your IP asbestos.com/occupations/
Fire Prevention guide in the home Totally money theft protection guide Intro to cyber security by the University of York
Contact Details for the Medway Neighbourhood Watch:

Medway Police Station,
Purser Way,

Contact Michael Laidlow on:
01634 792131

kent police logoDirections:
Medway Police Station

Click here to get directions

Click on any link below to see the relevant web page, only useful links included!

The Neighbourhood watch is about finding ways of keeping our residents safe as well as their property. Our Association has built up a selection of security items of a high quality and at a reasonable price which can be purchased from the Neighbourhood Watch office. Let us know if you are interested in purchasing any of the items in the link below by contacting the office on 01634 792131, and if there is anything that you would like us to stock then please let us know.

Security Products 1 & Security Products 2

Did you know that:
1) Three fires a day are started by candles.
2) You’re four times more likely to die in a fire if you don’t have a smoke alarm that works.
3) Around half of home fires are started by cooking accidents.
4) Every five days someone dies from a fire caused by a cigarette.

For more info on how to stay safe you can download the following leaflet: Fire Safety Guidlines

street view

Security Products for your home
Guidelines on Fire Safety from the government