Our village has an active Neighbourhood Watch, coordinated by Jane Torrance.
If you see a crime being committed, and are aware that there is something very wrong, please ring 999 immediately – PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE JANE – she can do nothing; the first priority is to notify the police. The information can then be passed on to the village when the police have dealt with the problem.
If you have any information that may help the police with any of the crimes listed in our Neighbourhood Watch News below please call Surrey Police on 101 quoting the crime reference number.
Police Contact Details
Police non-emergencies: 101
Weekly Surgery (PCSO Kelley):
Every Monday, 10.00am – 11.00am
at the One Stop Woldingham Village Shop, The Crescent
PCSO 12599 Rupert Kelley can also be contacted at:
Voice Mail: 101 extn. 30822
Neighbourhood Watch Contact Details
For further information on our Neighbourhood Watch contact:
Latest Neighbourhood Watch News:NEW – Tandridge Neighbourhood Watch Website
There is now a Tandridge Neighbourhood Watch website up and running. Do have a look, lots of information and links to various bodies who offer help and advice on security, cold calling, fraud and cyber crime. It has been set up by the Tandridge Steering Committee, the Secretary of which has been very busy getting in touch with our Road Co-ordinators to obtain input to this website and offering further help and support.
How to Join Woldingham’s Neighbourhood Watch (NW)
How it works: Jane Torrance and her deputy, Jane Cohen, oversee the whole of the NW function in Woldingham. This is not an arduous job. Jane receives information from the police and other networks in the Tandridge area on crime, cybercrime, bogus callers, car crime etc. Not everything is applicable to Woldingham but she sends out what is relevant to the NW Road Co-ordinators and they then pass this on to the residents who have asked to be informed.
It costs nothing – if you are not joined up, you just need to find your Road Co-ordinator and ask for your email to be added to their circulation list. We have an extremely good network of Road Co-ordinators, with very few gaps. If you would like to know whom your co-ordinator is, please email Jane on firstname.lastname@example.org and she will put you in touch.
The NW try to ensure that they keep up with newcomers, but sometimes you slip through the net. They also would like to think that as part of NW, we care for our senior residents. There is so much in the way of cyber crime and scams designed to take in those who are not too cyber savvy, so it is important to keep everyone posted.
If you see anything that arouses your suspicions, anything that relates to previous crimes in Woldingham, people acting in an unusual manner, but not an actual crime, you let your Road Co-ordinator or Jane know so they can inform the whole of the village if necessary and you can call 101 if you feel it is serious.
However, if you do see a crime being committed, and are aware that there is something very wrong, please ring 999 immediately – PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE JANE – she can do nothing; the first priority is to notify the police. The information can then be passed on to the village when the police have dealt with the problem.
Please note Jane’s phone number in the latest printed Local Directory is incorrect – her number is 653149 – not as listed.