Welcome to Mid-Wirral Crime Prevention Website
Registered Charity No. 702343
History & Objectives
The Panel was formed in 1987 and aims to identify crime related problems, to consider methods of tackling these and to undertake projects designed to assist in solving the problems.
The Panel has a formal written constitution and is registered with the Charity Commission.
Area of Operations
The Panel operate in the Mid-Wirral Area of Merseyside, in the North West of the UK. This area includes the villages of Barnston,Bebington,Brimstage,Bromborough,Eastham,Gayton,Greasby,Heswall,Irby,New Ferry,Pensby, Port Sunlight, Raby Mere, Storeton, Thingwall and Thornton Hough.
The Panel is made up of local volunteer members of the community from a variety of backgrounds and who work closely with Merseyside Police who provide technical advice, statistics and general support. Prospective new members are always welcome to apply.
Recent Project and Success
The Panel has also supported a 5-a-side Football Competition organised by Merseyside Police
In addition the Panel has worked with Merseyside Police in running football coaching sessions for local children.
Why not try our new brochure Wirral Safety News here (PDF reader required)
and other crime related schemes that are reported throughout The Wirral.
We will be posting any alerts received from Wirral Watch as we receive them, or for more information, please follow the link
below to the Wirral Watch website.
Most people have items such as mobile phones, laptops, cameras, jewellery or pedal cycles . I would urge you to register your new property on the www.immobilise.com website. This is a free service and helps Police to identify lost or stolen property that is recovered. Consider taking photographs of jewellery or other identifiable items, and if you don’t use immobilise, make a record of unique reference numbers.
If you would like to establish a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in your area then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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