Fairfield Village Community Association is the verified Neighbourhood Watch group for Fairfield & Stoneybridge.
The Community Association works for a safer neighbourhood for all.
Members of the public are asked to be vigilant, to report illegal & suspicious activity to the police – tel. 101 or online https://www.westmercia.police.uk/report – and, if appropriate, share intelligence with the Community Association so that other members of our community can assist in the detection and/or prevention of criminal activities.
Help fight crime and join our scheme, it costs NOTHING https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/scheme/27494/fairfield/
If you have not already done so, subscribe to the e-Circular for FVCA news & local Neighbourhood Watch notices direct to your email in-box – fill in the form located at the side of this webpage.
Latest Fairfield Neighbourhood Watch notices can be viewed here and on the Fairfield Facebook Page www.facebook.com/fairfieldinformation
Help Fight Scams
You can forward suspicious text messages to 7726 and suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Keep Our Community Safe
Life’s safer when you know your neighbours and the community pulls together.
If you see suspicious activity REPORT IT, online via https://www.westmercia.police.uk or telephone 101. If safe to do so, share your observations with us email@example.com so that we can make others aware.
What is Suspicious Activity?
If a vehicle/person feels out of place please report to the Police as suspicious activity, tel. 101. Even if something seems trivial to you, it’s worth reporting as it could be important/vital information. Please remain vigilant at all times, and not just during anyone incident.
West Mercia Police have launched Neighbourhood Matters, their brand new community messaging service!
Through Neighbourhood Matters you can sign up for local alerts, receive information about crime in your area, find out about police events and more.
Sign up now https://neighbourhoodmatters.co.uk
If you have not yet received your FREE Property Marking Kit, contact your Community Association email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 01527 833583 to arrange a home delivery.
Please tell your neighbours, many do not receive the FVCA circulars, let’s get our community SmartWater covered.
Smart Water Protecting Our Community From Crime
Free Rollout of SmartWater® Kits – PLEASE ACTION
Fairfield Village Community Association & Wildmoor Residents’ Association have teamed up with Belbroughton & Fairfield Parish Council and West Mercia Police to make Fairfield, Wildmoor & Stoneybridge a “We Don’t Buy Crime” community by supplying all households with a SmartWater® kit to protect their homes.
To be eligible for your FREE SmartWater® your house MUST be in the Fairfield Ward of Belbroughton & Fairfield Parish. If not, e.g. your house is in Wildmoor, Bournheath, please contact your Parish Council.
SmartWater® is an easy-to-apply liquid that enables the Police to trace valuables back to the owner. Full details of what’s Smart Water is visit What is SmartWater.
If you already have SmartWater® please do collect a second kit.
The Parish Council have obtained a grant from the Police Commissioner as well as part-funding the cost of the packs to provide them free of charge to all residents.
Our aim is to ensure that every household in Fairfield, Wildmoor & Stoneybridge is equipped with a SmartWater® pack.
Avoid links on suspicious text messages or emails. Criminals create genuine-looking websites to steal your login details and your personal or financial info.
Report suspicious emails by forwarding them to email@example.com and suspicious text messages by forwarding to 7726.