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Beat Report July 2015

Burglaries:

Always high on the agenda for Hampshire Constabulary and local residents especially during the recent hot weather and the need to leave property vulnerable. There has been one non-dwelling Burglary over the past month where the offenders have tried to gain entry to a barn unsuccessfully.

 

Below I have listed some very Crime Prevention Advice that can be used to add additional security to your premises. Whilst some of it is fairly obvious it’s amazing how many people don’t actually do it.

As always, please consider this advice:

Shed/ Outbuilding:

  •             Multiple (different types) locks on your shed doors. – Most locks require different tools to remove
  •             Place net curtains in the windows of your shed/ outbuilding.
  •             Ensure you have all valuable garden equipment serial numbers stored somewhere safe.
  •             Consider placing a ground anchor lock within your shed/ outbuilding and secure valuable equipment to that with a heavy duty lock.
  •             Consider moving your high value items into your house.
  •             Take pictures of your valuables so if they are stolen and recovered it is easier to find out who the owner is.
  •             Use a UV pen to write your postcode on any equipment so it’s easier to identify the owner.
  •             Register your property for free on www.immobilize.com

Home:

  •             Check your insurance documents for any specific security requirements or upgrades.
  •             Ensure side gates are locked to prevent access to the rear of the property.
  •             Ensure rear fencing is in good repair.
  •             Lock all windows and doors, remembering to double lock UPVC doors (lift handle and turn key)
  •             Keep all keys out of reach and sight from the letterbox (remember a device could be used to hook keys through letterbox).
  •             Do not leave ladders and garden tools in your garden, lock them away in your shed.
  •             Improve natural surveillance at the front of your property i.e. trim high hedges.
  •             Consider fitting security lighting and a burglar alarm.
  •             Mark your property with postcode and house number and register your property for free with www.immobilise.com  
  •             Make use of timer switches to make the property appear occupied.
  •             Get a trusted neighbour to keep an eye on your property.
  •             Remove valuables from view of ground floor windows.
  •             Store any high value items (i.e. jewellery, passports) in a properly secured safe or bank vault.

 

Anti Social Behaviour:

There have been 2 reports of ASB this month, both of these relate to separate parking issues in built up residency areas that have now been resolved.

I would like to encourage all residents to report any incidents of anti social behaviour to us on 101, or if you are a resident of social housing and your issues are with a neighbour also living in social housing accommodation, please report any incidents to your local housing officer, if the problem then persists then your Housing Officer will contact me. Please do report ASB because if it doesn’t get reported then I will not know that it’s happening and therefore I will not be able to focus my patrol time efficiently.

Speeding/ Traffic offences:


There has been 1 reported incident of traffic offences. This was in regards to a motorist trying to overtake a cyclist whilst a vehicle was also oncoming thereby not leaving much room for the cyclist who was forced into the hedgerow. Fortunately no injury was caused. Please can I take this opportunity to remind ALL road users to be more vigilant of others. These roads can be extremely tight in places so please be patient when overtaking to avoid any accidents.

Speeding is a local beat priority and we use the information gathered from our various Community Speedwatch Schemes (CSW) to target where our speed enforcement operations will be carried out. PC Dean Stickland carries out regular speed checks at various times of the day and on occasions, invites members of CSW to observe him when he does this. PC Stickland has been carrying out speed enforcement around the area and has caught a surprising amount of people not only exceeding the speed limit but on some occasions travelling nearly double! Needless to say that people caught travelling that fast over the limit should expect to have to explain the reason to a Magistrate.

If you do not have a local CSW running or you are interested in joining your local CSW then please don’t hesitate to email us on  damon.hope@hampshire.pnn.police.uk or  Nathaniel.johnson.15740@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Suspicious Incidents:

There have also been 4 suspicious vehicle/ person reports. These range from vehicles being seen driving around the same area to persons being seen loitering around areas for considerable time. If you see anything you consider being suspicious, please calling through to 101 to report it. If there are any units free at the time of the call, they will attend.

Criminal Damage:

There has been 1 report this month in relation to damage being caused to fencing bordering a farm and bridleway.

Making Off Without Payment:

Two reports have come in with regards two separate vehicles driving away from the petrol station at Turgis Green without any attempt to make payment for the fuel.

Overall:

Hopefully now we have an extra PCSO in the area you will have seen an increase in visual patrols in your area. As always if you have any problems or questions please don’t hesitate to approach us on the streets or by emailing us on the above addresses, we are always happy to assist in any issues you may have.

Emergency. As always, please can I ask all residents to report any suspicious persons, vehicles or incidents using the 101 telephone number; please only ring 999 if it is a genuine emergency.

Many thanks,

PCSO Damon Hope

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Thu, 20 Aug 2015 11:23:01 +0000
December 2014 Beat Report & Stats https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/276-september-2014-beat-report-stats https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/276-september-2014-beat-report-stats December 2014 Beat Report & Stats

Sheds & Outbuildings Burglaries

 

Shed and Outbuilding Burglaries have started to decrease after the Christmas period. They still remain a big concern for the Constabulary and local residents. Three offenders have been arrested. One narrowly avoided a Prison sentence, another has been bailed pending sentencing (on an unrelated incident) and has been placed on electronically monitored curfew to prevent further offending. The third is still awaiting their time in court. This is a great result and shows our communities and the offenders that we are taking these incidents seriously.

 

Even though we have had a great result with catching three offenders, there are still many out there who would not have a second thought about breaking into your shed and stealing your items.

Please consider this advice:
• Multiple (different types) locks on your shed doors. – Most locks require different tools to remove
• Place net curtains in the windows of your shed/ outbuilding.
• Ensure you have all valuable garden equipment serial numbers stored somewhere safe.
• Consider placing a ground anchor lock within your shed/ outbuilding and secure valuable equipment to that with a heavy duty lock.
• Consider moving your high value items into your house.
• Take pictures of your valuables so if they are stolen and recovered it is easier to find out who the owner is.
• Use a UV pen to write your postcode on any equipment so it’s easier to identify the owner.
• Register your property on www.immobilize.com

Anti Social Behaviour:ASB rose by one incident this month however this is not concerning as the majority of these incidents were “one offs.” We are still working very closely with our partner agencies in order to prevent these issues emerging in the future. Please be assured that these reports are very localised, coming from the same areas and does not spread across the whole of the beat.

I would like to encourage all residents to report any incidents of anti social behaviour to us on 101, or if you are a resident of social housing and your issues are with a neighbour also living in social housing accommodation, please report any incidents to your local housing officer.

Overall:A good month with a reduction in incidents across the beat, hopefully this reassures some residents regarding some concerns they may have. If you still have concerns regarding issues in your area please don’t hesitate to call us and report it.

Emergency. As always, please can I ask all residents to report any suspicious persons, vehicles or incidents using the 101 telephone number; please only ring 999 if it is a genuine emergency.

Crime Stats

 

ASB –    7                                              Burglary (Non Dwelling) – 7              Criminal Damage – 4

 

Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon – 2                          Sherfield on Loddon - 0

 

Bramley – 5                                             Bramley – 3                                             Bramley - 3

 

Silchester – 0                                           Silchester – 1                                           Silchester - 0

 

Mortimer West End – 1                           Mortimer West End – 1                           Mortimer West End - 1

 

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 0

 

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

 

Stratfield Turgis – 1                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 0

 

 

Domestic Incidents – 5                      Driving Complaints - 3                       Missing Persons (located) – 3

 

Sherfield on Loddon – 1                          Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon - 0

 

Bramley – 4                                             Bramley – 0                                             Bramley - 1

 

Silchester – 0                                           Silchester – 1                                           Silchester - 2

 

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 1                           Mortimer West End - 0

 

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 0

 

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

 

Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis – 1                                 Stratfield Turgis - 0

 

 

Road Traffic Collisions – 1               Suspicious Incidents – 6                     Theft – 1

 

Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon - 0

 

Bramley – 0                                             Bramley – 4                                             Bramley - 1

 

Silchester – 0                                           Silchester – 1                                           Silchester - 0

 

Mortimer West End – 1                           Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End - 0

 

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 0

 

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 1                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

 

Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 0

 

 

Theft of Pedal Cycle – 1                    Other – 4                                              

 

Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon – 0                         

 

Bramley – 0                                             Bramley – 4                                            

 

Silchester – 1                                           Silchester – 0                                          

 

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 0                          

 

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                   

 

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                                                

 

Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                

 

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Fri, 09 Jan 2015 09:16:12 +0000
Nov 2014 Crime Stats https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/272-nov-2014-crime-stats https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/272-nov-2014-crime-stats

November Crime Stats

ASB –6                                                  Assault – 3                                            Burglary (Dwelling) – 3

Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon - 1

Bramley – 5                                             Bramley – 3                                             Bramley - 1

Silchester – 0                                           Silchester – 0                                           Silchester - 0

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End - 0

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 1

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

Stratfield Turgis – 1                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 0

Burglary (Non Dwelling) – 16            Criminal Damage – 2                         Domestic Incidents – 3

Sherfield on Loddon – 9                          Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon - 0

Bramley – 3                                             Bramley – 2                                             Bramley - 3

Silchester – 2                                           Silchester – 0                                           Silchester - 0

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End - 0

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 0

Hartley Wespall – 1                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 0

Driving Complaints – 2                      Drugs– 1                                                Public Order – 0

Sherfield on Loddon – 1                          Sherfield on Loddon – 1                          Sherfield on Loddon - 0

Bramley – 1                                             Bramley – 0                                             Bramley - 0

Silchester – 0                                           Silchester – 0                                           Silchester - 0

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End - 0

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 0

Hartley Wespall – 1                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 0

Making off Without Payment – 1    Road Traffic Collisions – 4               Suspicious Incidents – 14

Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon – 2                          Sherfield on Loddon - 1

Bramley – 0                                             Bramley – 2                                             Bramley - 4

Silchester – 0                                           Silchester – 0                                           Silchester - 1

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End - 1

Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye – 1                                    Stratfield Saye - 3

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 3

Stratfield Turgis – 1                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 1

Theft – 2                                               Theft from Vehicle – 1                       Other Crime – 10

Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon – 0                          Sherfield on Loddon - 4

Bramley – 1                                             Bramley – 0                                             Bramley - 5

Silchester – 1                                           Silchester – 1                                           Silchester - 0

Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End – 0                           Mortimer West End - 0

Stratfield Saye – 90                                  Stratfield Saye – 0                                    Stratfield Saye - 0

Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall – 0                                 Hartley Wespall - 0

Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis – 0                                 Stratfield Turgis - 1

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Fri, 05 Dec 2014 15:39:23 +0000
Beat Report Nov 2014 https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/271-beat-report-nov-2014 https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/271-beat-report-nov-2014

From PSCO Nath Johnson

Shed and Outbuilding Burglaries:

Shed and Outbuilding Burglaries remain a huge problem across “Beat 1” the majority of residents who I visit after these incidents admit to having “become complacent” with their security on the shed or outbuilding. Unfortunately this is easy to do especially if you have not had any incidents in the past. I cannot stress enough that this CAN happen to anybody and you increase your chances of becoming a victim if you ignore the security on your shed/ outbuilding. A couple of people have been arrested in relation to these offences and are awaiting their time in court. I have received a few questions from concerned residents that they feel their home might be targeted. It is unusual for people who commit Shed and Outbuilding Burglaries to move the step forward and commit Dwelling Burglaries as this could involve being confronted by the home owner. Most offenders who commit these crimes dislike confrontation so they are more likely to target a shed or outbuilding instead of your home. Items being targeted are high value lawn mowers, leaf blowers, chainsaws, hedge trimmers and other high value gardening equipment.

The Significant increase in Sherfield on Loddon regarding Non Dwelling Burglaries – the sheds in the allotment were broken into in the same night. This (we believe) was carried out by the same person(s.) This has accounted for at least 6 occurrences reported to us. High Value items were stolen from some of the sheds.

Please consider this advice:

  • ·            Multiple (different types) locks on your shed doors. – Most locks require different tools to remove
  • ·            Place net curtains in the windows of your shed/ outbuilding.
  • ·            Ensure you have all valuable garden equipment serial numbers stored somewhere safe.
  • ·            Consider placing a ground anchor lock within your shed/ outbuilding and secure valuable equipment to that with a heavy duty lock.
  • ·            Consider moving your high value items into your house.
  • ·            Take pictures of your valuables so if they are stolen and recovered it is easier to find out who the owner is.
  • ·            Use a UV pen to write your postcode on any equipment so it’s easier to identify the owner.
  • ·            Register your property on www.immobilize.com

Anti Social Behaviour:

ASB slightly rose this month in Bramley however this is not concerning and incidents are being tackled by us and partner agencies. We are still working very closely with our partner agencies in order to prevent these issues emerging in the future. Please be assured that these reports are very localised, coming from the same areas and does not spread across the whole of Bramley.

I would like to encourage all residents to report any incidents of anti social behaviour to us on 101, or if you are a resident of social housing and your issues are with a neighbour also living in social housing accommodation, please report any incidents to your local housing officer.

Overall:

Shed and Outbuilding breaks are increasing in the run up to Christmas, this isn’t helped by residents who do not properly secure their shed or outbuildings. A lot of people have the “it won’t happen to me” instead of the “I won’t let it happen to me” mindset. PLEASE take a short amount of time to ensure that your shed and/or outbuilding is properly secure and use the crime prevention advice above to decrease your chances of being a victim of crime. It is a horrible position to be in knowing that someone has come onto your property and stolen your items, we as a Police Service are dedicated to catching these people but also encouraging members of the public to make themselves a hard target. If you have any questions regarding crime prevention, please don’t hesitate to contact me either via email ( Nathaniel.johnson.15740@hampshire.pnn.police.uk) or by calling 101

Emergency. As always, please can I ask all residents to report any suspicious persons, vehicles or incidents using the 101 telephone number; please only ring 999 if it is a genuine emergency.

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Fri, 05 Dec 2014 15:35:20 +0000
Lock up your sheds https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/262-lock-up-your-sheds https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/262-lock-up-your-sheds Lock up your sheds

As similar to the last few years, Shed burglaries have started increasing across the whole of Basingstoke Rural on the run up to Christmas. I would like to take this opportunity to provide some simple but effective crime prevention advice.


Please consider:
• Fitting a shed alarm - there are various types of shed alarm, some you can link to your house alarm and others can be linked to an alarm company who will inform police of an activation.
• Replacing standard padlock and screws with tamper-proof ones - you can get a variety of padlocks which make it much more difficult for bolt croppers to cut. You can also buy screws which require a unique tool in order to remove, which means the standard shape screwdrivers will not be able to remove them. You can buy these items for low cost, normally only slightly more expensie than standard ones.
• Adding extra locks to different locations on doors to your shed, garage or outbuilding - this means offenders will need to remove the whole door in order to gain access to your shed, outbuilding or garage which will take a lot of time.
• Fitting a curtian on any window that offenders can use to look inside and see if there is anything worth stealing. - if offenders cannot see items they are less likely to break in.
• Look out for your neighbours - if you see anything suspicious please report it to us on 101, or 999 in an emergency.
• Secure valuable items to a ground anchor or locking point in your Shed, garage or outbuilding
• Use a UV pen to mark your property with your postcode, this was it makes it easier to return stolen items if found.
• Register your property on www.immobilise.com


Pcso 15740 Nath Johnson
Tadley Police Station
Bramley and Sherfield-on-Loddon SNT
Nathaniel.Johnson.15740@hampshire.pnn.police.uk
101

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Fri, 24 Oct 2014 09:15:43 +0000
September 2014 Beat Report & Stats https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/257-september-2014-beat-report-stats https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/257-september-2014-beat-report-stats

Rogue Trading, Sheds & Outbuildings, ASB, Stats

Rogue Trading

There has been various incidents of rogue trading in the area.I have worked with Trading Standards to host an awareness day at Sainsburys in Tadley, this was widely accepted by shoppers and staff with approximately 400 Buy with Confidence (Trading standards approved businesses) books were handed out with the relevant crime prevention advice:

  • Always use the door chain when answering the door, if you are not sure do not open the door.
  • Always check the credentials of unknown callers. Do not phone the number on the ID card, use a phone book or a bill.
  • Never employ cold-calling doorstep traders or engage with cold callers on the phone.
  • Do not keep substantial sums of money in the home.
  • Always keep front and back doors locked.
  • LOCK STOP CHAIN and CHECK - if unsure do not open the door.
  • Consider joining or setting up a No Cold Calling Zone or Neighbourhood Watch scheme.
  • Report any suspicious callers or activity to the police immediately using 101.
  • Keep an eye on elderly or vulnerable neighbours, friends and family.

Rogue trading is a serious crime which anybody can be a victim of, however offenders often target the elderly and vulnerable. These ‘Rogue Traders’ often tell the victim that some sort of maintenance work is required on or around their premises, and state that a large sum of money is needed to carry out these works. Unfortunately some Rogue Traders are vicious enough to repeatedly visit a victim and demand more money for continuing work or maintenance, which often results in the victim feeling intimidated, scared and helpless in refusing any further work to be done. Please contact the Police on 101 if you or anybody you know has been a victim of Rogue Traders. I would like to ask residents that if they are aware of any neighbour who is elderly and/ or lives on their own, please be extra vigilant regarding tradesmen going to and from the address, and call us on 101 if you have any suspicions.

Shed and Outbuilding Burglaries:

There has been an increase of Shed Burglaries across the whole of Basingstoke Rural, a couple of people have been arrested in relation to these offences and are awaiting their time in court. I have received a few questions from concerned residents that they feel their home might be targeted. It is unusual for people who commit Shed and Outbuilding Burglaries to move the step forward and commit Dwelling Burglaries as this could involve being confronted by the home owner. Most offenders who commit these crimes dislike confrontation so they are more likely to target a shed or outbuilding instead of you home. Items being targeted are high value lawn mowers, leaf blowers, chainsaws, hedge trimmers and other high value gardening equipment.

Please consider this advice:

  - Multiple (different types) locks on your shed doors. – Most locks require different tools to remove

- Place net curtains in the windows of your shed/ outbuilding.

- Ensure you have all valuable garden equipment serial numbers stored somewhere safe.

- Consider placing a ground anchor lock within your shed/ outbuilding and secure valuable equipment to that with a heavy duty lock.

- Take pictures of your valuables so if they are stolen and recovered it is easier to find out who the owner is.

 - Use a UV pen to write your postcode on any equipment so it’s easier to identify the owner. Available from your parish meeting.

Anti Social Behaviour:

There has been a decrease in Anti social behaviour reports in Sherfield on Loddon and, however ASB in Bramley is still causing problems to local residents, the Police and other local authorities. We are working very closely together in order to tackle these issues as best as we can. Please be assured that these reports are very localised, coming from the same areas and does not spread across the whole of Bramley.

We carried out a multi-agency visit to an area in Bramley which consisted of Police, Housing and Council to deliver advice and possible actions that would be taken if the ASB issues continued. This seems to have been working and the reports of ASB in the area have lowered.

There has been a slight increase in ASB reports for Silchester but these again are very localised and the occupants are in the process of coming to a mutual agreement to reduce any issues.

I would like to encourage all residents to report any incidents of anti social behaviour to us on 101, or if you are a resident of social housing and your issues are with a neighbour also living in social housing accommodation,  please report any incidents to your local housing officer.

Overall:

Overall my local “beat” has relatively low crime rates and is a pleasure to police. Some figures might be high on the crime stats attached but please remember that Basingstoke Rural patch has over 250 square miles to cover so that is a lot of ground for criminal offences to be committed. This beat is one of the busiest beat within the rural sector so considering that, occurrences are very low.

Emergency. As always, please can I ask all residents to report any suspicious persons, vehicles or incidents using the 101 telephone number; please only ring 999 if it is a genuine emergency.

 

September Stats 

September Crime Stats

ASB – 24 Assault – 5 Burglary (Dwelling) – 4
Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon - 1
Bramley – 20 Bramley – 3 Bramley - 1
Silchester – 4 Silchester – 1 Silchester - 1
Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End - 0
Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye – 1 Stratfield Saye - 0
Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall - 0
Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis - 1

Burglary (Non Dwelling) – 8 Criminal Damage – 1 Domestic Incidents – 4
Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon - 0
Bramley – 6 Bramley – 1 Bramley - 4
Silchester – 1 Silchester – 0 Silchester - 0
Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End - 0
Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye - 0
Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall - 0
Stratfield Turgis – 1 Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis - 0

Driving Complaints – 4 Drugs– 0 Harassment – 0
Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon - 0
Bramley – 3 Bramley – 0 Bramley - 0
Silchester – 0 Silchester – 0 Silchester - 0
Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End - 0
Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye - 0
Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall - 0
Stratfield Turgis – 1 Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis - 0

Making off Without Payment – 1 Road Traffic Collisions – 2 Suspicious Incidents – 9
Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon – 1 Sherfield on Loddon - 2
Bramley – 0 Bramley – 1 Bramley - 2
Silchester – 0 Silchester – 0 Silchester - 1
Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End - 0
Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye - 2
Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall - 0
Stratfield Turgis – 1 Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis - 2

Theft – 4 Theft from Vehicle – 2 Other Crime – 11
Sherfield on Loddon – 2 Sherfield on Loddon – 0 Sherfield on Loddon - 1
Bramley – 1 Bramley – 0 Bramley - 6
Silchester – 0 Silchester – 1 Silchester - 0
Mortimer West End – 0 Mortimer West End – 1 Mortimer West End - 0
Stratfield Saye – 1 Stratfield Saye – 0 Stratfield Saye - 2
Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall – 0 Hartley Wespall - 0
Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis – 0 Stratfield Turgis - 2

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Sun, 05 Oct 2014 19:01:21 +0000
Police & Crime Commissioner - 2014 Annual Report https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/246-police-crime-commissioner-2014-annual-report https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/246-police-crime-commissioner-2014-annual-report Police & Crime Commissioner - 2014 Annual Report

The 2013 - 2014 Report from Hampshire PCC, Simon Hayes

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Fri, 29 Aug 2014 09:44:21 +0000
Beat Surgeries https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/235-beat-surgeries https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/235-beat-surgeries

Meet Nath Johnson, PCSO from your Safer Neighbourhoods Team at House Twenty8 Coffee Shop in Sherfield village.
2014 dates:


10-11am
Tuesday 10th June
Tuesday 8th July
Tuesday 5th August
Tuesday 2nd September
Tuesday 30th September
Tuesday 28th October
Tuesday 25th November
Tuesday 23rd December

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Tue, 20 May 2014 17:09:38 +0000
Crime Reports https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/231-crime-reports https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/231-crime-reports

Local Area Crime reports

Click here to see your full crime update on Crime Reports.

Damage

5

 

   Other Damage

5

Anti Social Behavior

3

 

   Nuisance Communications

1

 

   Trespass

1

 

   Littering/Drugs Paraphernalia

1

Safer Neighbourhood Activity

11

 

   Historic Meeting

11

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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Tue, 22 Apr 2014 08:41:41 +0000
Neighbourhood Watch & Police Newsletter 1st November 2013. https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/208-neighbourhood-watch-police-newsletter-1st-november-2013 https://stratfieldturgis.org.uk/index.php/about-the-village/neighbourhood-watch/item/208-neighbourhood-watch-police-newsletter-1st-november-2013

New on the BDNW website. (www.bdnw.org.uk/2012/)

This week I have added and/or updated important articles covering new Witness Appeals, Crimestoppers and Smartwater.

Safer North Hampshire Partnership - Operation Stronghold  & Hermes/Immobilise.

There are still some of these events due in our area and we hope to be demonstrating Hermes/Immobilise property recording at each.

Come along and meet us and the Safer North Hampshire Partnership crime prevention team (with some freebies & goodies)   at

Tadley    Library           6th November 11:00 to 13:00,
Bramley   Bakery           7th November 11:30 to 12:30
Basingstoke Town Centre  Festival Place  16th November 10:00 to 14:00

See also www.hampshire.police.uk/immobilise for extra information.

AREA (District) Coordinators for BDNW.

We have several beat areas where we have street coordinators but no registered Area Coordinator (AC), so it may be that these areas are not having local meetings and may be missing out on vital information. The role is not very onerous but is a vital link in the NW chain.

Persons will need to be checked by our local police. This is usually a formality but nevertheless essential. The areas where we need  ACs are Eastrop, Grove, Brighton Hill, Buckskin, Winklebury, Norden, Popley West, Upton Grey/Candovers, Kingsclere  & Tadley/Pamber. Contact me for further info or to put yourself forward.

NW Signs and other materials.

Each NEW BDNW scheme coordinator is entitled to two street signs but only on the initial registration of their scheme.

Replacement stick on overlays are available to replace worn out signs – currently free, but stocks are now very low.

Extra new plastic signs are available at cost price to the coordinator of any registered scheme.

New literature may be available soon but has to be funded locally – not by government as in the past.

Details of how to order will be available soon on our website, meantime email me.

Ongoing issues with Cold/Nuisance Calls.

There is hardly a week goes by when I am not informed about yet another telephone scam. This week the caller poses as a police officer having arrested a criminal with your credit card – but you have to identify it !!

Do not talk to these people and   NEVER – EVER give out details over the phone.

The police might call at your house with proper ID & for a previously arranged appointment, but rarely if ever would they make this type of telephone call. Report this and any other scam type of call to www.actionfraud.police.uk or phone 0300 1232040.

In recent weeks I have received numerous reports of cold calls, both telephone and doorstep. Some telephone call numbers you might not want to answer include 01422 861029, 02034 785344, 04673 891923, & “Crime and Security Hub”. It is often useful to Google suspect numbers to see what the internet community might know about them.

Also here is an important item from my police colleagues.

It is believed that a company has been targeting the elderly and vulnerable members of the community with unsolicited telephone calls. The calls may be from someone offering an intruder alarm system and sometimes there is a suggestion that the company is responding to a recent crime; at other times there is a suggestion they are working with or for the local police service. They have also been found to inflate local crime figures, sometimes where there is no crime.

Please could residents consider the following:

Research any company you may be planning to do business with before they arrange a sales visit.

Register with The Telephone Preference Service

This is a free service. Registration can be made on line or by telephoning 0845 070 0707.

Further details can be obtained from www.tpsonline.org.uk

And The Mailing Preference Service

The Mailing Preference Service supports the right to choose the mail you wish to receive. Registration to this free service can be made on linewww.mpsonline.org.uk  or by phone to 0845 703 4599. Further details can be obtained from or 0207 291 3310.

If residents are considering having an intruder-alarm installed then it is suggested that they utilise a company belonging to one of the following organisations:

National Security Inspectorate: www.nsi.org.uk

Security and Alarms Systems Inspectorate Board: www.ssaib.org.uk

Please also bear in mind that should you make an appointment with any company for security equipment - you have the right to cancel the appointment, should you feel harassed or intimidated by a salesperson then please call 101.

Rogue Traders & Vehicle Crime.

Unfortunately these two issues are still on our radar, so please follow all our previous advice and don’t make yourself a victim

101 Calls

Just to re-iterate previous advice, BDNW and the Police always request that any suspicious incident is immediately reported via 101.

As in previous newsletters, make that call and you could prevent a crime or assist an investigation.

Avoiding Burglary - advice.

Just as a follow up from all previous advice, this remains useful and valid.

If you would like information about security for your home or further advice then please speak to your Safer Neighbourhood Officers on 101.

Trading Standards information.

Scam bulletins are now on line via the Trading Standards website. Rogue traders are still operating in many areas, so please don’t get caught by the casual doorstep caller.

Hampshire police website.

Lots of local police information is available on the Hampshire Constabulary website at www.hampshire.police.uk/internet.

Editors Note.

This mail is from BDNW in association with the Safer Neighbourhood Team / Community Support Unit at Basingstoke Police Station in the interest of public information and crime reduction. All Coordinators are asked to forward this newsletter on to all of their NW members & other local residents, wherever possible.


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nospam@ever.com (Administrator) Neighbourhood Watch Mon, 04 Nov 2013 11:29:15 +0000