If you would like to discuss anything regarding our Neighbourhood Watch Scheme or general policing issues please contact our Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator and SPOC (Single Point of Contact) Councillor Stewart Clark.


Stewart also has the contact details for our local PCSO, Paul Miller (Police Community Support Officer). Our PCSO is funded by the Spratton Ward which comprises of Boughton, Church & Chapel Brampton, Harlestone, Harlestone Manor, Pitsford and Spratton Parish Councils.

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Please contact Stewart if you would like a Neighbourhood Watch window sticker, two designs to choose from.

To sign up for the Harlestone Manor Parish Neighbourhood Watch Scheme CLICK HERE

New Neighbourhood Watch signage will be going up across the parish in the next few weeks.

Community Speed Watch

Our PCSO regularly carries out Speed Watch duties

Slow down and help improve road safety!

That is the plea from Northamptonshire Police after more than 7,000 speeding offences were detected in the county in just one month.

Officers from the Force’s Safer Roads Team are urging all motorists to watch their speed after a total of 7,697 drivers were caught exceeding the limit on the county’s road network in September.

The vast majority of the offences were recorded by the Safer Roads Team’s mobile enforcement cameras. Of the 5,482 motorists caught exceeding the limit – 100 were deemed so serious that they were referred straight to Magistrates’ Court.

Last year in Northamptonshire, 42 people were killed and a further 347 seriously injured on the county’s road network – the highest number recorded in eight years – which is why reducing these numbers remains a Force policing priority.


PCSO Speed Watch
Earlier this month, October 2020, the Force launched a new road safety campaign, and over the next three months, Operation Journey will focus on different road users in a bid to improve road safety in the county.
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If you’d like to contact your local policing team about concerns in your neighbourhood, please email


This email should not be used to tell us about crime or antisocial behaviour. 

If you are concerned about an individual’s current safety or welfare please call 101 or dial 999 if it is an emergency.

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