Sunday, 28 February 2016
Friday, 5 February 2016
FENNY COMPTON NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
If you are concerned about the personal safety of a family member do have a look at this new smartphone app. Hollie Guard turns your smartphone into an advanced personal safety device at the touch of a button. If in danger simply shake your phone to generate an alert, your location, audio and video evidence of the incident will automatically be sent to your emergency contact via text and email. Shake it again and it sends out a high pitched alarm and the flash starts to strobe, in order to attract maximum attention.
Speeding in the village continues to cause concern. There is equipment and training available from NW and Warwickshire Police if there are sufficient volunteers to cover occasional checks. Please note details of cars seen speeding and submit to email@example.com so that the details of persistent offenders can be passed on. Dangerous driving should be reported to the police as soon as possible on 101.
Smart Start in Warwickshire - Parents and carers of children from 0-5 can now complete a new online survey. By sharing their views, they will get the chance to enter a Prize Draw to win one of three prizes:£100 multi-store shopping voucher and two £50 multi-store shopping vouchers. More details in The Stratford District NW Blog which is regularly updated. stratfordnw.blogspot.co.uk
Cybertip - If you have any questions about cybersecurity this is a good starting point getsafeonline.org
Inc 62 of 26/1/16
Some time between 1620 25/1/16 and 0800 26/1/16, a yellow 1.5 tonne JCB was stolen from a property in Atherstone.
Inc 57 of 28/1/16
Some time between 1630 27/1/16 and 0800 28/1/16, a metal selector grab for a JCB type machine was stolen from a property on London Road, Shipston on Stour.
Inc 87 of 31/1/16
An unsuccessful attempt to steal fuel was made at a business premises in Corley on 28/1/16.
Inc 234 of 31/1/16
4 to 5 bales of shavings were stolen from a business premises at Bearley at approximately 1545 hrs on 31/1/16.
Inc 90 of 30/1/16
Some time between 2200 29/1/16 and 0730 30/1/16, a grey Land Rover Defender, registration BG5 9BND was stolen from Bentley, Near Atherstone.
If you saw anything or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and quote the incident number stated.
Many thanks for your assistance.
Rural Crime Coordinator
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Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Localities & Communities Officer
Warwickshire County Council
Telephone: 01926 413642 (internal 3642)
Mobile: 07780 995817
For further information on the Stratford-on-Avon Area Office visit www.warwickshire.gov.uk/stratfordarea
The Rural Crime Coordinator Lucy Lambert has teamed up with Lisa Parkes the Dog Warden to provide a series of exciting events across the District.
Come along to one of the venues and meet with us to discuss the importance of dog etiquette and how to report suspicious activity when you are out with your four legged friends.
From the 6th April the Law is changing and all dogs must be microchipped, to raise awareness around this we will be microchipping 20 dogs at each venue for free. If you are interested in the microchipping then you will need to book an appointment in advance by calling 01789 267 575. This is offered on a first come first served basis, any subsequent appointments will then be charged at £5 + VAT per dog.
If you would like to meet with the Rural Crime Coordinator and your local Safer Neighbourhood Team to discuss any concerns you have then do just drop in.