EMERGENCY INFORMATION SCHEME – DATA LINK
The E.I.S or Data-link Scheme is a national scheme to provide information to emergency services in the event of illness or emergency in your home. The kit is designed for the elderly, the infirm and anyone who feels vulnerable living at home. You may have an allergy, illness or condition that emergency services should be aware of should they be called to attend you at home.
The ultimate guide to avoiding Scams and Scammers.
A must have reference for everyone
We would suggest Coordinators download a copy to keep by them as a good reference
Winter comes but once a year and you need to keep your home safe in the dark cold days of the Season. Take the advice of the Sussex Police on how best to do it!
This information Sheet addresses concerns over the growing number of locks on the market claiming to be snap-proof are multiplying at an astonishing rate, but buyers still need to beware.
Criminals are not only interested in what is inside your home, they are just as likely to target items in your Shed or Garage and even in your garden. Use this useful leaflet to help protect your "outside" property
incident_diary for Anti-social Behaviour Reporting
Use this leaflet to understand how to report ASB, Noise polution, Verbal Abuse, Rowdy Behaviour Graffiti, Littering, Anti-social driving, Gangs & FILL IN THE ATTACHED INCIDENT REPORT
A Home Office pack that includes a collection of information that has been gathered from a range of sources including police forces, key partners and academia. Within the pack, there are examples of, Lessons learnt, Example messages, Existing offender prevention campaigns.
Your practical guide to crime reduction
Protecting yourself and your family, safeguarding your property and building safer communities
Beating the Bogus Caller and Distraction Burglary
If in doubt keep them out!
A guide for carers & care professionals
Keep an eye open for bogus callers offer reassurance encourage good doorstep behaviour, assist the police, protect the elderly & the vulnerable.
Natures way to beat the Burglar.
Whilst Burglary into Homes has reduced substatially, SHED Breaks and theft of garden tools, furniture and machinery has increased substantially.
Don't advertise your belongings to thieves.
Practical advice on keeping yourself and your "things" safe!
Keep your Cards Safe and secure.
Safeguard your card and card details, Keep your PIN secret, shop online with confidence, use cash machines safely. [Published jointly by Home Office and Card Watch].
Community action against Crime.
Neighbourhood Watch, the definitive Guide to safer Communities.
Protect your Outdoor Property
How to keep your Outdoor Property secure, Garden Tools Bicycles, Sheds & Outhouses
Security Tips for Motorists.
Car crime makes up nearly 20% of all recorded crimes in England and Wales. Car crime can be distressing and annoying as it can cause a lot of inconvenience.
Advice on Cycle Protection
More and more people are cycling, and this means more bicycles are in use. Unfortunately, more bicycles mean more opportunity for theft.
The British Crime Survey reports that more than half a million bicycles are stolen each year.
Peace of mind while you're away!
Advice on making your home and belongings more secure.
Your Business Keep Crime Out
A Home Office produced booklet.
Helping the business community to reduce crime in small and medium-sized businesses.
It provides practical information to help businesses identify any security risks and take measures to reduce crime.
Help with Stalking.
The National Stalking Helpline is run by Suzy Lamplugh Trust; is freephone including free from most mobiles.
Calls to the Helpline are confidential and we do not use recording equipment.
No Valuables On Premises - Poster
Deter burglaries and thefts from unoccupied Shops, Offices and Outbuilding with this simple A4 Poster.
Say No to Doorsteppers, a leaflet by West Sussex County Council
Dealing with unwanted callers at your door.
NHW_Members Guide The complete guide to Neighbourhood Watch. What it is, What it does, How to become involved etc., etc,.