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ONLINE WATCH LINK ASSOCIATION /CYSWLLT CYMDEITHAS GWARCHOD

The Association was established in 1987 as Flintshire Neighbourhood Watch Association a crime prevention charity which promotes for the benefit of the public, good citizenship, community safety & greater public participation, in the prevention & detection of crime.  Promoting public support for the work of the Police service & other Partners, in the protection of people & property from, & prevention of crime. Click on the OWL logo below which is the link to register, receive crime alerts and further information.
To help and support our Farmwatch members from cold callers and the potential crimes linked with cold callers we have put together a half price farm cold callers offer which includes A5 no cold callers window/door sticker for properties, ultimate coding kit and simulated alarm. This limited offer will be available to our Farmwatch members at £5.00 per kit.

These can be collected from us or posted. Postage would be £4.45 Farmwatch Signs are sold separately at £7.50 each  (A3 single sign with straps – as pictured). Alternatively, trifold  Farmwatch signs are available at £21.00 each. We would encourage farmers to purchase and put up Farmwatch signs as a deterrent.

Name change but not our values ! 
In 2014 following community consultation and requests we changed our name to reflect the areas & over 60 types of watch schemes that we design, implement, manage & support. 
Staying Safe Together

Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest & most successful crime prevention initiatives ever, now involving millions of people around the country. It is based on the simple idea that you & your neighbours can help to prevent and reduce crime & create a better place to live, work and play. Our other type of watch schemes are modelled on neighbourhood watch, but tailored to suit the needs of the watch categories.

Y.K.O.P.S

Y.K.O.P.S. (youth keeping older people safe) is our intergenerational award winning project that we have been delivering in Schools and Communities since 2015.

The objective of YKOPS is to engage with young people to help increase their safety as well as helping them to help keep their Grand Parents safe from doorstep crime/scams.

One of young crime prevention volunteers Nathan who has helped in the delivery of these events over the last few years said, “Buckley 2nd Brownies and Rainbows came to visit the OWL Cymru base unit and really enjoyed all of the crime prevention activities of coding property using UV pen and light, fingerprinting, crime prevention house security ACE Detective quiz and survey. They met Sheriff HUG, learnt people who help us, and about making choices in life including visiting our Your Choice, billy burglar, police officer or neighbourhood superhero.” 

 

Everybody, human or canine, deserves a roof over their heads OWL Cymru appeal/campaign Dogs On The Streets

OWL Cymru appeal is for donations to support Dogs on the Streets providing dog coats and blankets for dogs who are on the streets with their homeless owners. In addition, any dog food, toys, leads are also welcome. 

Donations will make a difference for the dogs and their owners, especially during the current cold weather. 

Donations accepted at;

OWL Cymru Crime Watch base unit at Mold Police Station CH7 1EF

Alternatively, contact Tracy Brown. 07841879149

Anyone who would like to help with distribution and or who knows of any dog on the street who would benefit from a helping hand. Please send details to watch@owlcymru.org or Tracy Brown or call or text to Tracy on 07841879149.

We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to the kind-hearted people who have supported the DOG watch/Paws On Patrol campaign for dogs who live on the streets with their owners; people have donated warm blankets, coats, food etc. to support the campaign dogs on the streets North Wales. The donations that we have already received for the dogs on the streets of North Wales are currently being prepared for distribution. 

Pre-loved Homeless Bears Safety Campaign

This was launched by some special guests including President Rt Hon Lord Barry Jones with Lady Jones. For more information, click here

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