Wilby Parish Council

Serving the People of Wilby

The Horse Shoe

Clerk: Mrs Vicky Smith
18 Bakehouse Lane, Mears
Ashby, Northampton
Northamptonshire NN6 0ED

Tel: 01604 812239

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Latest News

Latest Copy of Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter

Here's the latest edition of our popular e-newsletter Our News.

Inside there's lots of advice on keeping you safe, member offers and news on how our members are shaping the future of Neighbourhood Watch.

https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/knowledge/news-read-latest-e-newsletter/

Mon, 16 Jul 2018 15:39 by Vicky Smith

Police Crackdown on Serious and Organised Crime

Northamptonshire Police are now running their crackdown on serious and organised crime. Robustly tackling those people involved in gang and drug related crimes is Northamptonshire Police's primary focus this summer. The force's new serious and organised crime strategy gives a clear direction of where the force should prioritise its attention in relation to serious and organised crime (SOC) for the next year. More »

Organised criminals operating in Northamptonshire are believed to be involved in crimes such as drug supply, firearms offences, fraud, cybercrime, child sexual exploitation, modern slavery and human trafficking. The force has launched Operation Viper to tackle those issues posing the greatest risk to our communities, but we cannot tackle these issues alone. We need the public to assist us by reporting incidents and concerns.

Neighbourhood Watch have some great advice on how to protect yourself and your community from serious crime.https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/crimes/

Fearless, run by CrimeStoppers, offers excellent advice to children and young people, and allows them to report crime and concerns anonymously.

If you wish to report information directly to Northamptonshire Police, anonymously or otherwise, you can do so here:-

https://www.northants.police.uk/webform/intelligenceinformation-giving-form

Finally, if you want to come along and see the work of the police in action – see here for details:- http://www.northants.police.uk/page/get-involved-%E2%80%93-patrolling-police » Less

Mon, 16 Jul 2018 15:35 by Vicky Smith

Lord Ferrers Award

Nominations for the 25th annual Lord Ferrers Awards, which celebrate the exceptional achievements of volunteers in policing close on Sunday 22 July so there is still time to nominate special constables, police support volunteers, volunteer police cadets and volunteers within the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner in Northamptonshire .

The awards recognise the commitment and dedication of individuals and teams. Last year, more than 600 nominations were received and 42 awards made. More »

Minister for Policing and the Fire Service Nick Hurd said:

"The Lord Ferrers Awards is an important occasion where we can recognise the selfless commitment demonstrated by volunteers in policing.

"British policing is the envy of the world, and volunteers play a crucial role in keeping it that way by strengthening links with communities.

"I hope police officers and staff will put forward volunteers they work alongside, and that members of the public will take this opportunity to nominate volunteers in policing who have had an impact on their lives."

An awards ceremony for winners will take place in October 2018. Awards have previously been presented by Home Office Ministers, Chief Constables and other senior policing figures.

Nominations close at midnight on Sunday 22 July. Nominations can be submitted via this online form: http://www.homeofficesurveys.homeoffice.gov.uk/s/lordferrersawards2018 » Less

Mon, 16 Jul 2018 15:28 by Vicky Smith