23 October 2013
HAVE HAD NO BURGLARIES AT ALL IN THE LAST 48 HOURS !!!
Some good Crime Prevention advice:
If you are buying anything electronic
as a Christmas Present this year, can you take an extra step ? Can
you list the serial numbers and write them down and include them with the
gift ? Most serial numbers, are printed on the side of the box so it
should be simple. The recipient can then keep the list somewhere or
even better, register them on IMMOBILISE.COM
NEXT – I HAVE HAD THIS IN:
I often call in the ‘Nottingham Knockers’ on the 101 number, along
with other cold callers. I have found that the switch board (PEC), on some
occasions, didn’t know what I meant by the Nottingham Knockers and
didn’t seem very interested in any event, when I reported other
aggressive sales callers.
We have a number of vulnerable elderly people living in our road and we do
as a road, try and take care of them.
I hope this is useful.
Kind Regards Susan
Can I let everyone know –
categorically – we want you to phone through these types of incidents to
We want you to phone through every Nottingham
Knocker, as they leave your doorstep. If the PEC
operator doesn’t know what a Nottingham Knocker is – it does
happen – tell them they are young lads cold calling door to door,
selling household products. If you get anyone else cold calling, we
need to know that as well, as it may form patterns of crime at a later
If you encounter any resistance, just explain
you have been asked to do this by your local Area Commander
and Head of our Local CID ! Then email me the
details of time and date you reported the incident, together with a URN
number, if you were given one.
Every call to the police, which requires some
form of action, is allocated a URN (a Unique Reference Number – a number
and a date). It is simply the next page number on the computer.
With that number, I can track every action that has taken place. You
must not come off of the phone, without being given a URN,
if your call requires any form of police action.
The number follows the job until completion. This may well simply be
a training issue ? I have attached the NHW Handout – How and When
to contact the police, you may find useful. It explains everything
you need to know when calling the police.
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
RIVERSIDE & BELMONT:
On Monday I reported that a business had been broken into in Denmark
Street and 5 white vans stolen. One has now been recovered
from Eden Close, Langley.
21/10 – 22/10 Monday / Tuesday. Switchback Road
South. Plant pot planted with box stolen. (2 hanging
baskets stolen last month).
BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN &
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
PINKNEYS GREEN & FURZE PLATT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
BOYN HILL, COX GREEN & WOODLANDS PARK:
22/10 Tuesday 8 p.m. Culley Way, Cox Green.
Car badly keyed. This may be connected with a parking issue at the
21/10 Monday noon / 9 p.m. Roxborough Way.
Car badly keyed. Discovered at this location, though it may have
21/10 Monday 3 p.m. / 5 p.m. Phipps Close, Woodlands
Park. Side wall of a tyre damaged – possibly with a
OLDFIELD & BRAY:
21/10 – 22/10 Monday 2 p.m. / Tuesday 11 a.m. Arkley
Court. Attempted garage break. The owner has recently
put a new lock on the garage. The offender has hit the bolt so hard
it has damaged the lock and the garage will no longer open. Nothing
Geoff has sent me in a copy of an email sent to one of his elderly
neighbours. It has caused her much anxiety:
It is addressed to her personally and says that a named man – who is the
Gifts & Prizes Manager, would like to come to her home – he gives
the address – on a date given. He would like to offer her a prize
of £30,000. She should keep an eye on her letterbox as in a few
days time she should receive details of the campaign and an enrolment
She was really worried. If any of your neighbours receive anything
like this – bin it.