This message is dated Thursday 6th December 2018 - Maidenhead
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This message is dated Thursday 6th December 2018 for Maidenhead.
This is all crime over the last 48 hours. It is a really good start to our Winter Burglary Campaign NO BURGLARIES ACROSS RBWM IN THE LAST 48 HOURS !
Sorry there haven’t been many crime updates, but we have been working on our Winter Burglary Campaign.
A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY Come and say Hello As part of the Winter Burglary Campaign which started this month, officers will be in Wessex Way Shops, on Friday 7th December, between 5 p.m. / 9 p.m. with our new ‘AdVan’. A mobile advertising van, with screens along the sides, showing various police crime prevention messages. Please come along and speak to our officers, to find out more information about how not to be a burglary victim. You can meet PCSO Emily Baker, PCSO Aneta Welnitz and PCSO Graham Knight. We are also hoping to have a representative, from the RBWM Community Wardens. If you want more advice / Crime prevention information, you can always contact a member of your Neighbourhood Team, by emailing them, on their Group email address, set out below, above your particular Neighbourhood. You can of course use the 101 number, or make contact online. If you want to supply is with information / intelligence in total anonymity, you can phone The Crimestoppers Charity on 0800 555 111
First a message from the Borough:
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Ageing Well Strategy, will outline how organisations across Borough, will work together, to help you live healthy, active and happy lives, for as long as possible and if you need more help, how they will ensure they work together, to support your needs.
Can you help?
Once they know what is important to you, as you grow older, they can plan to make sure your priorities are met. They would like your help, to develop an ‘Ageing Well Strategy’, that will run from 2019 to 2023.
They are asking anyone who might be interested, including professionals and older people, to complete the questionnaire below, so they have your thoughts and ideas, at this early stage.
Over the last few months they have already spoken to many people across the Royal Borough. The main issues identified that might impact on our abilities to age well include:
Transport and access to services
Improved access to information and advice
Improved ways of working between community and health services to support healthy ageing
Access to a range of social activities
Access to affordable housing that supports people to live independently as they age
Trading Standards has also produced a ’12 scams of Christmas handout, which I have also attached.
NEXT: - as you know we are now well into our Winter Burglary Campaign
We have prepared a handout for you to share with as many people as possible - see attachment.
CRIME MAIDENHEAD CENTRAL: firstname.lastname@example.org
4/12 - 5/12 Tuesday 8.30 p.m. Wednesday 7.20 a.m. Prince Andrew Close. Two car windows smashed - no entry gained and nothing stolen.
5/12 - 6/12 Wednesday 7 p.m. / Thursday 8 a.m. Walker Court, Gordon Road X 2. 1. 3 tyres let down and possibly slashed on a car. 2. Neighbours tyres also let down.
4/12 - 5/12 Tuesday 10 p.m. / Wednesday 6 a.m. Car passenger window smashed - nothing stolen.
4/12 - 5/12 Tuesday 9 p.m. / Wednesday 7 a.m. The Pagoda. Car driver’s window smashed - loose change stolen from the centre console.
MAIDENHEAD WEST email@example.com BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN & KNOWL HILL:
4/12 Tuesday 6.30 p.m. 8 p.m. Pub, The Pound. Car rear driver’s side window smashed LAPTOP AND BAG STOLEN.
OLDFIELD & BRAY:
1/11 - 5/12 Whiteacres Drive, Holyport. Car badly keyed and tyres let down. Repeat victim.
5/12 Wednesday 11.30 - 4 p.m. Ascot Road, Holyport. Portaloo stolen from an archaeological site.
The 101 number is still functioning properly, but I am afraid it may be slow to answer at the moment - if you are experiencing delays, you can always make contact with us using the online reporting system:
‘You can play your part in helping to tackle the terrorist threat facing the UK’.
‘Everyone, from law enforcement, to businesses, to the general public, has a role to play in keeping the UK safe from terrorism and to effectively combat the threat. Everyone needs to work together. Our aim, is to encourage people to be more vigilant – ‘if you suspect it, report it’ – please report all suspicious activity to the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321’.