Category: Police

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: cs_uk@ofo.com Tel: 0808 101 7141 Mobike (silver bike with orange wheels) Email: support.uk@mobike.com Tel: 0330 131 9789 Pony (turquoise bikes) Email: go@getapony.com 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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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter 17/04/2018

Here is your monthly update from PCSO Zack Earl. Priorities There has been an increase in workmen in the area going door to door offering goods and services. While many of these are legitimate, they could be rogue traders who are trying to scam you. If you do get one of these visitors and you …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter 08/01/2018

      Kennington shed breaks There has been multiple thefts from sheds on Poplar Grove, Meadow View and on Bagley Close over the Christmas period. Opportunist thieves identify sheds and garages as easy pickings because they are usually fairly unprotected and lack basic security measures. The buildings often contain property that can be sold …

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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter – October 2017

        Parking outside Radley Station We have had increased calls about the parking outside Radley Station and opposite the village shop. I understand this frustrates residents but this is not illegal or dangerous parking, however if they park on the yellow lines then please ring 101. Crime prevention advice – Lead thefts …

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Missing person from Abingdon

Message sent by (3155) Julia Williams (Police, Neighbourhood Policing Admin, South Oxon and Vale)   Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help to find a missing woman from Abingdon.   Rachel Vaughan who is 32 years old from Lindsay Drive, Abingdon has been missing since last Monday (25/9). Rachel is white, 5ft 2”, …

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Neighborhood Policing Newsletter – September 2017

      Here is the latest neighbourhood policing update from PCSO Zack Earl. Radley Lakes We have had increase reports of anti-social behaviour (ASB) around Radley Lakes. This includes littering and riding around on motorbikes. Littering could potentially harm the environment and the wildlife around the lake. Riding motorbikes around the lake is also …

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Bike thefts – crime reduction advice

      Message sent by (3155) Julia Williams (Police, Neighbourhood Policing Admin, South Oxon and Vale)   We have received increased reports of bike thefts in the Abingdon area. Please consider the following crime prevention advice that may help keep your bike safe and secure: 1.    Always lock your bike even if you are …

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Thames Valley Police Open Day – Saturday 5th August 2017

With the summer holidays just around the corner, we are now actively promoting our 2017 Thames Valley Police Open Day on Saturday 5 August. Hosted at our Police Training Centre in Sulhamstead (near Reading), the event promises to be even bigger and better than before.   For the first time visitors can become Crime Scene …

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