Category: Police

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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Thames Valley Police – Contact Us Online

Contact Us Online   Did you know that you can now get in touch with us online as well as by calling 101? You can use the Contact Us form on our website to: Provide more information or request an update on a crime report Tell us if you recognise a face or description from …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter August 2018

Here is your latest update from PCSO Rich Osborn Neighbourhood team changes PCSO Zack Earl has left Thames Valley Police and has taken up a position as a PC in the British Transport Police, so if you are traveling on the train between Oxford and Reading you might bump in to him! I will be …

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Dockless Bikes

The police and parish council have received reports of inconsiderate parking of dockless bikes in Kennington. To report any issues, please contact the company directly: Ofo (yellow bikes) Email: Tel: 0808 101 7141 Mobike (silver bike with orange wheels) Email: Tel: 0330 131 9789 Pony (turquoise bikes) Email: Tel: 01865 950950

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Advice Issued To Thames Valley Residents Ahead Of The England Football Word Cup Semi-Final

Residents from across the Thames Valley will be uniting to cheer on England during the semi-final on Wednesday (11/7) at 7pm. There will be an increased police presence in towns and cities across the force to ensure that everyone remains safe to enjoy the football match. Chief Inspector Colleen Lavery, based at the Joint Operations …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter 11/06/2018

Here is your latest update from PCSO Zack Earl Dockless bikes/ pay as you go bikes We are getting an increase in calls about dockless bikes in the Kennington area. We understand that this is an annoyance for residents but this is not a policing matter. If you do spot an abandoned dockless bike, then …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter 09/05/2018

Here is the latest update from PCSO Zack Earl Door sellers There has been increased activity with door sellers in the Kennington and Radley area, they usually try to sell cloths and cleaning equipment at extortionate prices, please do not buy any of their goods as they will keep returning to the villages. If you …

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