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Sep 2015

Police update for August

The August monthly update for Downley and Disraeli is brought to you by PC 6739 Craig Duncan, PCSO C9433 Ceri Sydney and PCSO 8621 Alan Gibson.
 
Anti Social Behaviour (ASB)
We have had an increase in reports of ASB in the areas of Old Farm road and The Acres. Behaviours identified are smoking cannabis and loud abusive behaviour. If you experience these behaviours in your area please contact 101 and provide as much detail as possible including descriptions of individuals and the location they are in. 
If you are concerned about a friend, or relative who engages in these activities you can give information confidentially to Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.
 
Criminal Damage
There have been no reports this month of criminal damage. We urge you as a community to remain vigilant and report any incidents of criminal damage by calling 101 with the information to allow us to act fast.
 
Drugs
There have been reports of people using drugs around The Acres. We urge members of the public to contact us so we can try and disrupt and resolve this issue.
We are continuously receiving reports from members of the public highlighting suspicious activity which they believe to be drug dealing or drug taking. This information allows us to pinpoint possible drug hotspots and exchange sites. If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
 
Theft from Motor vehicles
When leaving your vehicle unattended please consider if it is insecure or containing visible, expensive items. Vehicle owners can help keep their vehicles safe following some simple guidelines. Do not leave items on display; secure all doors and windows when leaving your vehicle, even small amounts of change left visible is desirable to some, phone charger and Sat Nav cables can make someone think your phone or Sat Nav are in the glove box. Following these simple steps will help to protect your vehicle from attack.
 
Speeding
Speeding operations will continue to happen in and around identified trouble spots in Downley and Disraeli with the results being made public in these monthly updates.

Disraeli Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) - The next meeting for the Disraeli NAG is yet to be confirmed however as soon as we know, we will let you know.
Neighbourhood Action Groups (NAGs) 
These meetings are a key part of Neighbourhood Policing in Thames Valley. A NAG is a multi-agency, problem-solving group that consists of relevant partner agencies, key stakeholders and, most importantly, members of the local community. NAGs focus their work around the main priorities that are identified after consultation with the local community. Members, who are all volunteers, take on responsibility for achieving certain tasks on behalf of their neighbourhood.
What’s in it for me?
There are several benefits to you in getting involved in your local NAG. As a member of your NAG, you can:

  • Influence decisions and encourage action on issues that matter to people in your neighbourhood.
  • Have the chance to change things for the better in your neighbourhood.
  • Gain a sense of satisfaction in making a difference to local quality of life.
  • Work together with key partner agencies.

How do I get involved?
For more information about getting involved in your local NAG, please call 101, the TVP non-emergency number. Ask to speak to a representative from your local Neighbourhood Policing team. Or you can enquire about joining your local NAG by visiting your local police station.

PC Craig Duncan is also tweeting on behalf of the Neighbourhood team at @TVP_Wycombe, please follow us on Twitter.

Contact us
 If you want any advice or would like to contact the neighbourhood team you can call us on the police non-emergency number 101 or email WycombeWestNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk – Please note this email address cannot be used to contact Thames Valley Police to report crimes or for any urgent matters.  If you have information about crime or Anti Social Behaviour in your area but you do not want to speak to the police, please call the Crimestoppers charity on  0800 555111. Alternatively you can visit the force website at www.thamesvalley.police.uk to view information on your neighbourhood.

 

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