Neighbourhood Watch


Neighbourhood Watch started in the UK in 1982, it is now the largest voluntary organisation in the country , with over 155,000 schemes covering 25% of all households.

National Neighbourhood Watch Association was formed in 1995 to promote, support and represent the Neighbourhood Watch movement.

Neighbourhood Watch in Outwood has been running since 1991. It has 12 co-ordinators and covers over 150 households, which represents 71% of the total.

Aims of our Neighbourhood Watch

  • Create a community working together to prevent crime, reduce the fear of crime and improve quality of life.
  • To facilitate the flow of information between the residents of Outwood and the police.
  • To raise awareness of crime prevention. As most crime is opportunist there is an enormous scope for reducing chances for criminals.
  • Liase with the Police Crime Prevention Panel and other such organisations.
  • To promote the message that any anti-social behaviour is not acceptable.

Neighbourhood Watch in Outwood........

  • via the system of co-ordinators provides a focal point for the collection and passing on of local information regarding crime, suspicious activities in and around our village.
  • provides you with information regarding crime prevention.
  • provides you with access to marker kits to lable personal possessions.
  • provides at cost price garage/shed alarms.
  • provides a forum for discussion through regular meetings of co-ordinators, our AGM and social events to which all residents are welcome.

Our neighbourhood policeman is PC 2358 Paul Baker.

Direct dial:  01483 637505  E-mail: baker2358@surrey.pnn.police.uk

PCSO 14278 Alex Maybin 

E-mail: maybin14278@surrey.pnn.police.uk

Local police activity and news is featured on the Surrey Police website: http://www.surrey.police.uk/neighbourhood.asp?area=TNSB#2358

Remember please report serious crime to the police on 999. or Surrey Police 0845 1252222

Chris Stembridge

Role Name Telephone eMail
Chairman Jane Howard janeweston899@btinternet.com
Treasurer Nigel Shaw
Crime Prevention Panel