NHW – 24 Hour Crime Report For Huntingdonshire 16/06/18

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Between 13/06/2018 21:00 to 14/06/2018 08:00

Location: High Street, Toseland, St. Neots

Offender/s have removed the front and rear number plates from the victim’s vehicle and left with them.

 

NHW – Crime Update – 13/06/18 17:41

Dear E-Cop Subscribers.
Over the past 24 hours the following crimes and incidents of note have occurred in Huntingdonshire:

At 0142 am this morning there was an Aggravated Burglary at Enderby’s Wharf, St Ives where the back door has been forced and car keys stolen to a 2011 registered Blue Audi A4.

 Between 1630hrs 11/06/2018 and 0800hrs 12/06/2018 suspect(s) have cut through wire fencing of the building site on Alconbury weald  and then stripped cabling, taking only the copper braiding

Herne Road, Ramsey, Huntingdon there has been as Residential Burglary where a large amount of money was taken.

Theft from motor vehicle – Duck Lane – St. Neots Back door’s forced to Black Citroen Van entry gained and Tools stolen. Occurred between 2000 hours on 11/06/2018 and 0600 hours on 12/06/2018.

Number plates have been stolen from a vehicle between 10-11:15 am today from an address in Hilton. Index starts AU09**M.

And some good news a small Cannabis cultivation set up was found at an address in Godmanchester yesterday. This was discovered thanks to a local resident reporting suspicious activity to our Police Service Centre and a local Officer discovering a strong smell coming from an address.

Help us to help you.

Kind regards

PCSO John Carter
Huntingdon Neighbourhood Policing Team

NHW – Scam Awareness Workshop

Dear members,

I am writing to let you know that on THURSDAY 14th JUNE 2018 PCSO 7272 DAVEY and PCSO 7101 BRADDICK will be holding a scam awareness Police contact point at LLOYDS BANK, HIGH STREET, ST NEOTS between 10 am and 12:00hrs.
If you have been a victim of a scam or would like some advice in regards to scams then we would be delighted to see you on Thursday.
If you wish to discuss any matters of a sensitive nature we will be happy to arrange a separate appointment for you at St Neots Police Station.
There are a lot of Scams going around at the present time and we do not want you to fall victim to these people.
Lloyds Bank staff will also be on hand to discuss any issues raised if required.

Kind Regards
Karen

PCSO 7272 Karen Davey

St Neots Safer Neighbourhood Team

Message Sent By
Davey Karen (Police, PCSO, Huntingdonshire – St Neots)

NHW – 4/06/18

St Neots

In Weir Close, Buckden an attempt was made to access a vehicle. Fortunately access was not gained.

Message Sent By
Andrew Street (Police, Sergeant, Huntingdonshire – St Ives)

NHW – Histon Crime Alert – 04/06/2018

In the last 24 hours there are no relevant crimes to report today.

Crime prevention event – Wednesday 6th June, Sawston Village College, Lower School Hall, New Road, Sawston, CB22 3BP, 17:00hrs-19:30hrs

Cambridgeshire Constabulary are holding a crime prevention event at Sawston Village College to highlight security improvements that residents can put in place to reduce their risk of crime. Cambridgeshire County Council Community Protection Officers will be available to provide advice about common scams and fraud. Officers and police staff will be on hand to provide advice and information. There will be a crime prevention seminar at 6:00p.m. Security products will be available for sale at a discounted rate, plus there will be advice regarding property registration and coding.

Come along to find out more, and meet your local team.

Regards
Histon Safer Neighbourhood Team

NHW – National Volunteers Week


It’s National Volunteers’ Week so we’re celebrating the huge contribution volunteers make to policing and urging more people to join or suggest it to family and friends.

If you’d like to get professional training, skills and experience that can be used in everyday life and career progression, why not consider applying to become a Special constable?

Other volunteering roles include independent custody visitors (ICVs), police cadet leaders, and police support volunteers.

Specials support regular officers over a whole range of policing activity, from road policing, football matches and emergency response to major crime and other specialist areas such as domestic abuse and the rural crime team.

Like their regular colleagues, Specials are sworn in by a magistrate and have the same powers by law, including power of arrest.

We also encourage employers to support their staff in volunteering as Special constables through our Employer Supported Policing (ESP) scheme. It is a partnership with benefits for all involved – the employer, member of staff and the police service – and helps increase public safety and confidence.

For more information on becoming a Special and how to apply, visit: http://ow.ly/tftX30k4dOi

For more information on other volunteering opportunities, visit: http://ow.ly/Mw2v30k4dHR

NHW – Rural Crime Update – 31/05/18

Yesterday a house in Silver Street, Buckden has been entered via a patio door, it seems that nothing has been taken but they could have been looking for keys to a BMW parked on the driveway.

A break in at Ibbetts in Great Paxton has occurred with several chain saws stolen.

There has been an increase in calls about persons going door to door asking for work, e.g. Patio cleaning, Tree work, fencing, power washing and landscaping, we cannot stop you requesting work to be carried out but we would advise that you get several quotes for jobs that you might employ these people to do, recommended trades people are also a better option, perhaps look at local trades people with a registered address that if something goes wrong you can get back in touch with them.
Do not hesitate to contact 101 or 999 in an emergency.
PCSO 7101 Richard Braddick

St Neots Safer Neighbourhood Team

St. Neots Police Station | Dovehouse Close | St. Neots | Cambridgeshire | PE19 1D   Mobile: 07921-094801|  Call: 101

Richard.braddick@cambs.pnn.police.uk

NHW- National Rural Crime Survey- Have your say

National rural crime survey wants your views
Do you live in a rural community?
Do you think crime has gone
up or down? Do you feel safer?
What’s your view of the police in
your community?
The 2018 National Rural Crime
Survey conducted by the National
Rural Crime Network (NRCN) is
now underway.
It’s three years since the last National Rural Crime Survey revealed the
huge cost of crime to rural communities – both financial (£800 million
per year), and fear of crime, chronic under-reporting and anger and
frustration at the police and Government.
The National Rural Crime Network produced a series of recommendations
which in many areas, the police took steps to act upon.
Inspector Alex Butterfield, National Police Chief Council – Wildlife
Crime and Rural Affairs spokesman said: “It is important that the Police
understand the views and experiences of our rural communities when
tackling rural crime. Please compete the survey and circulate amongst
your organisations to widen the scope of the survey”.
The survey is open until Sunday 10 June.

NHW – Rural Crime Update – 16/05/18


Hi

Latest crime report in the St Neots Rural area.

There have been 2 reports of Rowdy/Nuisance behaviour in Buckden with both issues dealt with by the Police.

There has been two thefts also in Buckden, forced entry into a tack room on the Great North Road has resulted in 7 expensive saddles taken.

A leaf blower has been stolen from local workers whilst mowing the lawn near to the A1 and High Street Buckden, the blower was put down whilst the lawn was being mowed and a male in a black hatchback stopped and helped himself to the leaf blower.

A barn has been entered in Hail Weston and a battery stolen.

There have also been 3 incidents of suspicious circumstances, a young female has been approached by a male in Offord Cluny.

Two vehicles have parked outside the kennels in Tilbrook, one alleged to have broken down but both cars made off without any issues.

Finally, a property in Main Road, Little Gransden has had its electric gates tampered with, the gate seems to have been forced and when the gate did not open the mechanisms have been opened and tampered with. Security and crime prevention have been provided to the owner and patrols are taking place in and around the property.

Please be aware of scams and remember if it seems to good to be true, it probably is let us know if you have won the Pacific Lottery, or the Canadian millions or maybe you have won thousands in a draw you have never entered, I will be happy to hear from you and advise accordingly.

Many thanks and please keep reporting in any suspicious circumstances.
Richard

PCSO 7101 Richard Braddick

St Neots Rural PCSO

St. Neots Police Station | Dovehouse Close | St. Neots | Cambridgeshire | PE19 1DS ( Mobile: 07921-094801| ( Call: 101 Richard.braddick@cambs.pnn.police.uk

NHW – 24 Hr Crime Update – 12/04/2018 12:29:00

CF0190680418 – Between the hours of 2200 on the 11th April and 0700 on the 12th April in Gamlingay  the Theft of an electric motor valued at approximately £1600 has occurred. The motor is used to power an external farm gate.

CF0190710418 – Between the hours of 1000 and 1500 on the 11th of April in Gamlingay three electric fence batteries have been stolen.

If you have information on the above please call 101 and quote the CF number listed.

Have a good day,

PCSO 7175 Giltinane