People and Businesses urged to sign up to
North Wales Police are urging more people and
businesses to sign up to an effective community messaging system to
help prevent crime.
OWL, or online watch link connects
neighbourhood watch members and the police through the internet,
phone, and other communication tools.
The sort of information received can be
anything from the latest scams, information about burglaries or
thefts in your area, missing people, stolen items and suspicious
Across North Wales there have been incidents
of fuel thefts and burglaries where property has been left insecure
with keys taken and vehicles stolen.
OWL is now available to support commercial
vehicle operators, coach parks, MOT stations which can register
under the OWL ‘Commercial Vehicle Group’ to receive the crime
alerts and help prevent them becoming victims of fuel theft.
Watch schemes, working closely with their
policing teams and Community Safety Partnerships are also being
used to combat car crime.
Denise Edwards Chief Officer, Flintshire
Neighbourhood Watch Association said ; “People who have used
OWL say it helps them feeling safer in their homes. It helps
make our communities stronger and more confident in the knowledge
that their Community Safety Partnerships in North Wales are working
with the public to improve the quality of life for everyone lives,
works and visit the area.”
Community Safety Officers
Wrexham and Flintshire PC Hazel Goss 01352
Denbighshire and Conwy Ifan Hughes 01492
Gwynedd and Anglesey Norman Hughes 01407
Click on Links below to
register into the system :-
To join Community Messaging
To join Community Messaging in
To form an OWL/Watch scheme in
To form an OWL/Watch in