New Lookers Community Policing

 

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The Country Eye App is a rural crime reporting system that is already available to be downloaded onto iPhone or Android type mobile phones. Through the Fifth Continent project, there is funding available to make some updates to the current format. Communities on the Marsh will be encouraged to make use of this App to report rural crime. There will also be awareness workshops available so that the residents are able to find out about how they can be involved in community safety and preserving the heritage of their area.

New Lookers Community Policing contributes to Rediscover project theme.

 

There will be opportunities for people to become Country Eye volunteers for the Romney Marsh area. These volunteers would support the current County Eye system in place.

Visit the volunteering page to find out more about getting involved with Fifth Continent projects.

 

2018
May 2018

Updated Country Eye App to be released shortly

This App will be encouraging people to use it as a means of reporting suspicious activity relating to rural and heritage crime. This App will not be linked to a police station but information will be passed onto the relevant service.

Apr 2018

‘Country Eye’ app improvements underway

The developer of the ‘Country Eye’ app for reporting rural crime is currently making a series of improvements to the app for use with the Fifth Continent project. The app will be launched by the Fifth Continent team once these improvements are complete.

Feb 2018

Project started

Discussions about the improvements to the system are currently underway.

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It is planned to create a number of short films about Romney Marsh during the life of the scheme and this will include recording the progress of the projects. Go to the film footage page to get details of the films we have produced so far.

 

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To find out more including how to get involved contact the project team.