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FURTHER INFORMATION



       Further information on Neighbourhood Watch can be obtained from a number of sources:

       Greater Manchester Neighbourhood Watch Association


       You can also contact the Greater Manchester Neighbourhood Watch Association:


       GMNWA      Chair                                         Andrew Taylor
                                                                jat999@tinyworld.co.uk


       GMNWA Local [Borough] Representative                     Tony Moran
                                                                tony.moran171@gmail.com

       Greater Manchester Police


       You can find more information from the Greater Manchester Police website at:


                                           www.gmp.police.uk



       You  can  then  find  contact  details  of  your  Local  Policing  Team  by  clicking  on  ‘Local
       Policing’ and entering your postcode.


       Or, you can enter a search for ‘Neighbourhood Watch’


       To report an incident to the police:


       In an emergency: 999



          •  An emergency is when a crime is being committed or has just been witnessed
          •  There is a risk of injury, or a risk of serious damage to property.
          •  A general guide is that a police officer’s arrival is crucial.


       Non-emergency: 101


          •  Instances that do not require an immediate response include:
          •  Reporting a crime that has already happened
          •  Getting crime prevention advice
          •  Giving police information about crime in your area

          •  Contacting local officers
          •  Any other non-emergency





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