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Chop Gate Neighbourhood Watch


The aim of Chop Gate Neighbourhood Watch is to reduce crime and keep people safe by:

  • Being vigilant and sharing information about suspicious activity
  • Providing advice and information about crime prevention, home security and the latest scams
  • Reporting criminal or suspicious activity
  • Circulating requests for assistance from the Police.

The Neighbourhood Watch covers the whole of Bilsdale..If you would like to join, please contact the coordinator, Gary Silver, email .

Latest Information

"Two thieves who stole goods worth more than £20,000 during a burglary spree across hambleton have been jailed for a combined eight years."  Hambleton Today 29th January 2021

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Police have been alerted to a highly believable scam which starts with a text and advises the user that they are eligible to apply for the vaccine and to click on the link in the text message.  The user is then led to a webpage, which looks very convincing, and asks them to complete some details.  For more information see   06/01/2021

Following the incident in Raisdale when a crashed car was set alight, a youth has been arrested in Middlesbrough.  Thanks for all the local help and information.  06/01/2021

How to Report Criminal or Suspicious Activity

You should always call 999 when it is an emergency, such as when a crime is in progress, when there is danger to life, when violence is being used or threatened or when someone suspected of a crime is nearby.

You should call 101 to report a crime or other concerns that do not require an emergency response.

You can also inform the Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator and, where appropriate, he can circulate the information to our village police officer and to other members of the Neighbourhood Watch.  Please ensure that you report the activity to the police via 999 or 101 first.

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