School Watch

All the Schools in the area operate a School Watch system.  This means that if there is any suspicious activity in the local area, all schools will be notified.  Please note that we will display details here on our website when these notifications are received.
 
School Watch Alerts:
SCHOOL: The William Hogarth
DATE/TIME: Over the last 4 weeks
LOCATION: Corner of Bennett Street, Chiswisk - One Road from School
Gender: Male, Age: Late 30's, Height: 5"8", Build: Average, Skin: White, Hat: Dark Bent Peaked Cap, Hood always up over cap, Coat: Light coloured jacket, Jumper: Hood under coat, Skirt/Trs/Dress: Baggy Tracksuit Bottoms (Dark), Shoes/Boots: White Trainers
 
BRIEF DETAILS OF INCIDENT:
Has on frequent occasions stood and watched a parent bringing children to school and is there at the end of the school day stood watching when they were collecting children. On one occasion they were aware that another man was stood at the other end of the street - (Large build, white approx 6 foot, Jacket & knitted grey beanie hat). They made contact as she approached by phone and followed her closely from behind towards her house. She made other residents entering aware and the men laughed turned and walked off. Parent felt they were more interested in children. Police informed and aware.
 
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SCHOOL: Isleworth Town Primary School
DATE/TIME: 21/09/2018 8.40am
LOCATION: Twickenham Road, between Leisure centre & war memorial
Gender: Female, Age: not sure, Height: Short, Build: Obese, Skin: Asian/Mixed Race, Hair: Black in a Curly bun, Jumper: Colourful checked cardigan/ Long,  BAG/UMBRELLA/ITEMS: Walking stick and bag (did not need to use stick just carried it)
 
BRIEF DETAILS OF INCIDENT: 
2 Y6 girls were walking to school, they were approaching the bus stop by the Isleworth Leisure Centre and a lady was at bus stop talking to a boy, the girls thought she was waiting for a bus. As they got closer, the woman starting pointing at them, then the lady started walking fast towards them. The girls then ran and the lady followed them, she was slower as she was quite large but short. She didn’t say anything to them but kept chasing them, they managed to lose her at Isleworth war memorial. The girls were a bit shook up by this experience and reported it to the Headteacher. Police have been informed.
 

 


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