Covid-19 Information – Updates

Covid-19 Information   COVID-19: Community information, advice and support hub | Rutland County Council   There is a national lockdown: find out what you can
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Rutland Local Crime Update 2 days ending 23.2.21.

NB.  Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify or provide information that can easily identify individuals. 
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Urgent – Appeal to help find teenager reported missing

Police ask Public for Help to Find a teenager missing from his home in Barleythorpe. Beck Morgan (see photo) is believed
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Local Community Safety Update 6 days ending 21.2.21.

NB.  Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify or provide information that can easily
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A very warm welcome from the Board of Rutland NHW.  You have arrived at our new website which we hope you will find of interest.



Rutland Neighbourhood Watch provides the latest news and crime information for Rutland, the smallest county in England.

Rutland Neighbourhood Watch has been in existence for many years using traditionally tried and tested methods of crime prevention for towns and villages in Rutland.   If you are interested in becoming involved, either for your area or for the Board, you can contact us at

There are many ways in which you can become involved including but not limited to, the administration of our website and/or out smartphone App.  The latter is the latest initiative from Rutland Neighbourhood Watch and is unique as the first community App of it’s kind in the UK, or indeed elsewhere.  If you wish to download it go to the appropriate page and you will find links for a ‘quick’ download.

This Donation button link above will take you to the Paypal site which allows you to use a Paypal Account or a credit/debit card; for other ways to donate please follow this link OTHER WAYS TO DONATE


Please Report All crimes to Police

Whether you will or will not make a claim for Insurance.  This helps to ensure:

(a) pattern of offences can be plotted, and

(b) volume of offences contributes to Police Planning when deciding officer deployments.