Paws on Patrol

Paws on Patrol

Community conscious dog walkers in NPT are being asked to help their local neighbourhood by being the eyes and ears of the community and reporting any unsightly or suspicious occurrences or incidents of anti-social behaviour. Safer NPT Partnership believes that the 1000’s of dog walkers within the County Borough can play an important part in keeping neighbourhoods safer and cleaner.

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We can all help in the fight against crime and Anti-social Behaviour. Even the smallest action can have an impact. From reporting street lighting not working or unsightly graffiti and fly tipping to making sure you secure your home before going out – all help make our communities safer.

This scheme will link in with existing community initiatives such as Neighbourhood Watch and South Wales Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s).

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At no time will dog walkers be expected to intervene in any incidents. Their role will be to simply report and help gather evidence.

Contact Community Safety on 01639 889163 or click Community Safety to email for further details.