~ Neighbourhood Watch ~

Everyone tries to look out for each other in this Parish, plus there is a local Neighbourhood Watch scheme run by Peter Bradley. Anyone wishing to know more can be in touch via this website, or with Peter direct.

Beneath is the Live Feed, as issued by Devon & Cornwall Constabulary, for those interested in knowing more about the broader West Country region.


Live Feed, Issued by Devon & Cornwall Police :


Chief Constable school visit, Plymouth


Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer goes back to school tomorrow, Thursday 19 September.

Mr Sawyer will be meeting children and staff at Hele’s School in Plymouth to discuss current issues important to young people and explore emerging ways to enhance engagement with the next generation.

The day will comprise of several focus groups and discussing students views on the police and where they see law enforcement in the future.

Mr Sawyer will also be meeting teachers and classroom assistants to understand the complexities of teaching.

Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer said: “Growing up in the 21st century is tough and although this generation is being raised in one of the safest areas of the UK, we must be realistic that they are growing up with the threat of online grooming, bullying, extremism and rising knife crime.

“One of the biggest challenges for police work involving young people is our relationship with them. Policing is continually changing and I want to engage with young people so we can shape the police service to better support and protect them, and to make policing more relevant to them.

“Our society is socially mobile through technology and we must keep up-to-date with our communities and evolve with them.

“I am hoping that my visit to Hele’s school gives me the opportunity to listen, learn and have an open and honest dialogue with both pupils and teaching staff.

“The way in which we engage with and learn from young people today will create the relationships we have with our communities in the future.”

Hele’s School, which is part of a family of 18 schools under Westcountry Schools Trust, welcomes the Chief Constable for the day.

Rob Haring, CEO of Westcountry Schools Trust, said: “In many ways the current generation of young have more opportunity in life. The wider world is more accessible and access to information and networks is greater than ever before.

“In contrast, if appropriate actions aren’t taken, our children can be exposed to greater risk and pressure to conform.

“By forging a strong partnership of support around our young people we will be able to listen, build understanding and trust, identify needs and take steps to mitigate the risks to which they are exposed.

“Our schools continue to build on the good relationship they have with the police.”

Collision in Launceston

Police are currently investigating a serious collision involving a motor bike which occurred on Tuesday 17September.

The incident happened on the B3417 at Lee Moor at around 7.10pm.

The rider, a 49-year-old man from Launceston, had been travelling in the Plympton direction when the bike lost control on the right hand bend. He was taken to Derriford Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

The weather was warm, dry and sunny.

The road was closed for a total of six hours whilst officers from the serious collision unit carried out an investigation of the scene.

Enquiries are currently ongoing. If anyone witnessed the collision please contact or call 101 and quoting log number 803 of 17th September 2019.

Girl located safe and well

A girl has been located safe and well following previous reports of a concern of welfare of a child walking around Paignton unaccompanied.

The girl has since been located at a parents address.