About Crown Watch

Crown Watch is an established Neighbourhood Watch in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. It looks after some 120 homes situated at the eastern end of Whitemoor Road, the northern end of Windy Arbour and all of Tulip Tree Avenue. It has links to the Kenilworth Community Forum and works closely with the Kenilworth Safer Neighbourhood Team located at Jubilee House, Smalley Place, Kenilworth and led by Beat Manager PC 1504 Caine Pickering.

As much of the information we share within the watch area has equal relevance to other parts of Kenilworth we have created this website to provide neighbourhood watch information to all residents of the town. We hope it is helpful and encourages other to become involved in supporting their community and help Kenilworth remain a great place to live. We also supported Kenilworth’s SNT by publishing a monthly newsletter but this ceased in April 2014 due to lack of interest and feedback from recipients.

PLEASE USE THE LINKS IN THIS COLUMN DIRECTLY BELOW TO READ MORE ABOUT THE HEADINGS SHOWN BELOW. WE WOULD LIKE AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE “GET ALERT – STAY ALERT” ENAIL SERVICE.  THIS SENDS YOU AN EMAIL IMMEDIATELY WE PUBLISH THE LATEST CRIME UPDATE OR NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NEWS ON THE WEBSITE.

9 Replies to “About Crown Watch”

  1. I am the neighbourhood watch co-ordinator for Eastern Thornby Avenue and would like therefore to subscribe to your get alert-stay alert e mail scheme.
    As a co-ordinator, I regularly receive e mails already from the police about local crimes and I forward them to my members. I also attend meetings in Kenilworth with the police when invited. I have also alerted police to one vandalism incident in my road a couple of years ago.

    1. Anne,

      Profuse apologies for not replying earlier. More than happy for you to subscribe and I guess you will have already done so and noticed that there has hardly been any updates.
      This is not a failing of the website but it would appear the NHW alert system in the police is not operating operating correctly. I have spoken to the local Safer Neighbourhood Team about this
      and earlier this week escalated the matter to the Assistant Cheif Constable who has already been in contact with me and has tasked the relevant officers to sort out the NHW alert system.

      Please drop me a further line if you wish to discuss anything further.

    1. Mike,

      Profuse apologies for not replying earlier and many thanks for hooking us with Crown Watch. Its great that you have given us a link, the development of the community being connencted through the web has to be the way forward and I look forward to us working together to help achieve even greater communication and connectivity within the community. I am presently working with the Safer Neighbourhood Team to try and increase the amount of timely and useful information they provide.

      Please don’ t hesitate to contact me if you wish discuss anythng further.

  2. Text above reads: Kenilworth Safer Neighbourhood Team located at Kenilworth Police Station and led by Sergeant Alan Edwards. ( Slightly outdated now? )

  3. My dog Kayla ran off last night during the thunderstorm.Please keep an eye out for her!
    Thanks Jeff

    1. Jenny, Thanks for enquiring about Get Alert, Stay Alert. There is no actual link as all you need to do is put your email address in the field shown by the “Get Alert, Stay Alert” piece on the from page of the Crown Watch website. You will find it on the right hand side of the page about half way down. Hope this helps.

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