Welcome to your Neighbourhood Watch
This site provides safety, security and ward information to residents, businesses and community in the Vincent Square
ward, London SW1. The website also provides information for the nine Neighbourhood Watches in the ward including Neighbourhood Watch Hide Tower Scheme and Vauhall Bridge Road Neighbourhood Watch.
Both NHW's strengthen links with the Vincent Square Safer Neighbourhoods Police team and Panel, London Fire Brigade, Community Protection, City Inspectors and Councillors at Westminster City Council, Suzy Lamplugh Trust, London Neighbourhood Watch Association, local and other Neighbourhood Watches, Westminster South Licensed Premises Group Pubwatch and other agencies. We promote community safety by increasing crime prevention awareness, greater vigilance, opportunities for crime and fear of crime by enhancing responsible citizenship and neighbourliness particularly among the more vulnerable, elderly and young people in the ward.
Your Call Counts
Remaining alert, vigilant and call in to the Police any incidents or suspicious activity, is all our responsibility. When you see something unusual or suspicious, no matter how trivial you think it may seem, phone it in. Your vigilance and action will help reduce criminal activity and anti-social behaviour in the community.
To report an emergency, immediate threat to life or property or a crime happening right now.
To report a crime that has already happened, seek crime prevention advice or make Police aware of any policing issues.
In an Emergency to reach Police, Fire, Ambulance and Coast Guard. This service is the same as 999 but in text. When you dial 18000 your call will be answered by the emergency services and a Typetalk Operator will be connected instantly to help with the call. For non emergency calls please dial 18001 101. If you can hear but can't use your voice, dial 18002 101 to make a call to textphone.
Reporting Crime: http://content.met.police.uk/Site/reportingcrime
Vincent Square Safer Neighbourhoods Police team: Main number: 020 8721 2876
Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111
Call anonymously with information about crime
Confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline: 0800 789 321
If you suspect it report it
NHS 111: 111
If you need medical help fast but it isn't a 999 emergency