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Neighbourhood Watch Association Committee

The Neighbourhood Watch Association is the Home Office approved Neighbourhood Watch association for .  It is essentially a 'support committee' whose function is to manage membership, promote and co-ordinate the activities of the association, liaise with and make representation to the Metropolitan Police and Council, provide resources for all members, help people to develop the existing watches and to set up new Neighbourhood Watch groups within our borough. A copy of Sutton Neighbourhood Watch Constitution is here.

If you should need any advice or help, please get in touch with us at the Neighbourhood Watch Office.



The existing Committee Members are:-

NHW Committee Members
President Guy Ferguson
Chair Heather Shaw
Deputy Chair David Duncan
Treasurer David Duncan
Acting Secretary* Lesley Peterson
Membership Secretary Colin Pye
Office Manager Malcolm Flegg
Committee Member Jeff Udall
Committee Member Tom Brown
Committee Member Pat Simcox
Committee Member Ron Etherington

*If any one would like to be considered for any vacant post or as a Committee Member please contact the Chair

All of the Ward Co-ordinators are invited to our committee meetings and take an active part in running the association. The Committee is determined to make the NHW Association a success by helping to make Sutton a safer and a more environmentally friendly place to live and work in.  Please let us know if there are any specific matters you would like to discuss or actions you would like us to take.  Please also encourage the residents in your watch to attend the regular meetings and make an input towards the success of the NHW Association.


Neighbourhood Watch Office,
Police Station,
Surrey, SM1 4RF

Answer phone: 0208 649 0614

E-mail:     admin@suttonneighbourhoodwatch.co.uk


Telephone Numbers Minimize

In an emergency always call 999
An emergency is when a crime is happening, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, or someone is injured, being threatened or in danger.
e.g. - If your house is being burgled (or the suspect is nearby) call 999
If your car is being stolen (or the suspect is nearby) call 999

If it’s not an emergency call 101 this is London's new non emergency contact number should you need to report a crime that has occurred.

Crimestoppers 0800 555 111
If you have information about a crime but would prefer not to speak to police, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously.
Crimestoppers is an independent charity.  http://www.crimestoppers-uk.org

Do not use the Neighbourhood Watch telephone number for the office in Sutton Police Station as it is not checked daily

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