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Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

Whittlesey and District Neighbourhood Watch

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Closure of Whittlesey Police Station

 

A decision has been taken to close Whittlesey police station in October.
Policing in Whittlesey will continue and there will still be street patrols and emergency cover as before. There will be opportunities for people to continue to meet with police officers at surgeries and community events.
Continue to use the non-emergency number 101 to contact the police or in an emergency ring 999.

 

 

Vehicle Crime Increases

Be Aware 

Cambridgeshire constabulary has unfortunately seen a significant increase in vehicle crime within Whittlesey, Eastrea and Coates.

These incidents have occurred over night 15-16th April and have continued. It appears that these incidents are occurring in the early hours.

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Unfortunately most of the vehicles targeted have not been secured!

 

Please could I remind you to ensure that your vehicles are left locked and secure and that there are no valuables left on display.

 

  • If you have sat nav systems stuck on your windscreen that they are removed and all signs of suction pads and leads are locked out of sight, no change left in central console.
  • Where possible valuable portable items e.g laptops are removed from within the vehicle. 
  • Works vehicles with tools please remove of ensure the vehicle is locked securely and where possible access to the tools is blocked by a garage or another vehicle.


Please could we ask that if you see or hear anything that you believe to be suspicious and out of normal activity you contact us on 999 (Happening now), 101  (information to report not emergency) or you can call crime stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

 

Anti-social Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is actions that lack consideration for others or harm their well-being, by causing harassment, alarm or distress.

The police, local authorities and other agencies such as social housing landlords, all have a responsibility to deal with anti-social behaviour and to help people who are suffering from it.

Anti-social behaviour dealt with by the police

Damage to property and graffiti

Rowdy drunken behaviour

Setting fires

Inconsiderate use of vehicles

How do I report anti-social behaviour to the police?

To report anti-social behaviour call 101 or report it in person at a police station.

Anti-social behaviour dealt with by the council

Noise such as loud music, noisy pubs, rowdy parties or barking dogs 

Littering, including drug related litter

Vehicles abandoned on the road

How do I report anti-social behaviour to the council?

  • The Fenland District Council website will provide further advice on anti-social behaviour. To report incident of anti social behaviour use the FDC report page here

When reporting repeated instances of anti-social behaviour, it is extremely useful to give date, time, location and description of what happened.

 To help you keep track of ASB incidents

Free NHS Health Check

Very few people in Fenland have had, or know they are entitled to, a free health check.

Anyone between the ages of 40 and 74 is entitled to a free health check which can help you reduce health risks and make sure that you stay healthy.

This check helps you prevent Diabetes - Heart Disease - Kidney Disease - Stroke and Dimentia.

You can find out more at the following address:-   www.nhs.uk/nhshealthcheck

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What is eCops?
eCops is the email messaging system brought to you by Cambridgeshire Constabulary, and powered by Neighbourhood Alert.

You can register with eCops, then you receive news and appeals, local crime information and crime prevention advice - direct to you as an e-mail. The service is completely free and works alongside Neighbourhood Watch, to bring you messages about your local area.  It also allows you to feedback information to your local policing team, to help us police your neighbourhood effectively. 

Messages can include crime prevention advice, details of incidents and appeals for your help in reducing crime in the county. 

So why not sign up to eCops for direct and easy access to your local policing team at a time convenient to you?