Category: Police

Abingdon Neighbourhood Police Team Newsletter February 2021

PrioritiesAnti-social behaviour (ASB)In January, officers from the neighbourhood team were granted two closure orders by Oxford Magistrates’ Court. One for a property on Kimmeridge Road, Cumnor and another at Vineyard, Abingdon. Officers applied for the orders following reports of anti-social behaviour, criminality and drug activity. The purpose of the orders is to restrict persons entering …

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Older Drivers Forum Webinars

We are working with the Older Drivers Forum to run a series of free webinars aimed at older drivers, as well as their families and friends, with advice on how to drive safely for longer. The webinars will take place next week (starting 16 November) coinciding with Brake’s National Road Safety week. The chair and …

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Scam Warning – Fake Paypal Emails

Action Fraud is warning people selling items online to be on the lookout for criminals sending fake PayPal emails.  Between January 2020 and September 2020, 21,349 crime reports were made to Action Fraud about fake PayPal emails. Victims reported losing a total of £7,891,077.44 during this time. Those targeted included people selling jewellery, furniture and …

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Oxford Scam Warning

Thames Valley Police are urging people in Oxford to remain cautious after an elaborate scam has resulted in victims losing a total of £15,000.A man, described as being of Mediterranean appearance, in a dark coloured car, has been approaching people asking for directions to Heathrow Airport.He claims to be a fashion designer with Giorgio Armani …

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Abingdon Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter- October 2020

PrioritiesAnti-social behaviour (ASB)PCSOs Ali Blood & Susie Morley have spent time carrying out after school patrols in Bury Street to tackle anti-social behaviour, lots of school children have been engaged with as well as members of the public. Cyclists have been stopped and spoken to about cycling on the pavements and in one case a …

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Abingdon Neighbourhood Newsletter- September 2020

PrioritiesAnti-social behaviour (ASB):PCSO Selene Moquet has received reports of ASB in the Radley Road Industrial Estate. This is already on her regular patrol plan but she will be increasing these visits over the coming weeks. Due to a recent report of motorcycles riding anti-socially around Thrupp Lane in Radley, PCSO Maddie Highmoor has increased her patrols …

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Thames Valley Police Continues Fight Against Domestic Abuse During the Coronavirus Pandemic

People across the UK have been given advice to stay at home in order to protect themselves and others during the coronavirus pandemic. However, for those who are at risk of domestic abuse, we know that this may have caused anxiety and fear. For some adults and children, the new regulations mean that they are with …

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Abingdon Neighbourhood Police Newsletter- April 2020

PrioritiesAnti-social behaviour (ASB): The neighbourhood team have been working in partnership with two local housing associations to tackle ASB in Abingdon. Recently, absolute possession was granted by the court for one property on the Vineyard and another at Southmoor Way, Abingdon. These possession orders follow months of work by officers on the neighbourhood team and …

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True Costs Engage Session – Thursday 6 February 30/01/2020

As part of our True Costs campaign, Thames Valley Police will be hosting an online Q&A Engage session on Thursday 6 February between 6 and 8pm. This will provide an opportunity to ask any questions about the impacts of casual cocaine use on Thames Valley and what you can do to help, which can be …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter 12/09/2019

Here is the latest update from the Abingdon Neighbourhood Policing Team. PrioritiesBurglary: On 2nd August there was a burglary on Netherton Road where a tablet computer and coins were stolen. PCSO Moquet made house-to-house enquiries, gave crime-prevention advice and SmartWater (property marking kit) to the residents of Netherton Road. If you have any information on …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter November 2018

The Abingdon Area Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter by Sergeant Tim Pavey Please follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/tvpsouthandvale and Twitter @tvpsouthandvale for regular updates from the South and Vale neighbourhood teams. Sign up to our alerts system at www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk to receive information related to crime in your area. Priority 1 – Burglary On October 12th officers responded …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter 13/09/2018

Here is your latest neighbourhood policing update from PCSO Rich Osborn. Back to school With the children going back to school, I would like to take the opportunity to remind parents about parking outside the schools during the school runs. I know parking can be tight and some parents have more than one school drop-off …

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