This message is dated Wednesday 6th April 2022 - Ascot
Alert message sent 06/04/2022 13:44:00
Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police
NO CRIME TO REPORT IN THE LAST 48 HOURS
NO CARS BROKEN INTO !
Two Suspicious incidents reported to us in Ascot:
4/4 Monday 9.34 p.m. Manor House Drive. Report of a man walking around looking into people’s houses and over fences – the man has been seen doing this 4 times in the last 4 weeks.
6/4 Wednesday 4.15 a.m. Ravensdale Road. A man was seen to jump over a fence and was looked at cars outside on the drive. He was wearing black trousers, black hat, black anorak. As he was disturbed, he jumped over the gate and ran down to the end of the road to the forest. There is video footage available. Please report suspicious incidents like this. We need this type of intelligence for our analysts to plan patrol plans and investigate potential crimes.
Many thanks to those that have taken the time and trouble to do so – it is really appreciated.
The Thames Valley Police Strategic Plan for 2022/23 was announced on 1st April.
Here you can read about the seven priority areas that we will focus on over the coming year. The four areas of operational activity are where we need our best effort for the public, and the three organisational areas are where we need to focus internally to give us the best chance of success:
Operational Priority Outcomes:
Reduce crime and incidents
Bring more offenders to justice
Protect the vulnerable & tackle violence against women and girls
NEXT: An update to the standard Courier Fraud script:
As a regular reader of your Thames Alert emails, the following may interest other readers.
This morning we received a Withheld telephone call purportedly from ‘Slough Police Station’, saying that a person with the name Bailey was under arrest and had compromised our Visa Debit card. We should ring the Police emergency number to speak to somebody about it and get the Metropolitan to follow up.
He gave his details as DCI Tom Gibson EK194772 and we should ring 116 straightaway, he stressed ‘straightaway’, and I would be put through on a secure line.
Knowing the ‘ring straightaway’ and the line being held open trick, I terminated the call.
Five things were suspicious:
1. Why did Slough Police station ring and not the Met Police ?
2. Why did “Tom Gibson” not deal with the matter directly ?
3. The insistence that I ring straight away !!
4. I had never heard of 116 !
5. Today is April Fools Day !!!
Many thanks for the regular emails which are a constant reminder to be alert.
I have done an internal check – we do not have a ‘Tom Gibson’ in TVP !
NEXT: The local Health authority is looking for potential Governors:
I hope that you may be able to help us to encourage local people to put themselves for forward for election to Berkshire Healthcare’s Council of Governors.
Further information can also be found on the Berkshire Healthcare website (first link below). Anyone wishing to nominate themselves can click on the second link below.
We currently have vacant governor places in the following local authority areas:
Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead (3 governors)
If anyone has any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Tel 01344 838256
3rd Floor, Fitzwilliam House, Skimped Hill Lane, Bracknell RG12 1BQ
Email: Linda Jacobs at: Linda.Jacobs@berkshire.nhs.uk
NEXT: Events and projects planned to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
A range of events and projects are being planned by the Royal Borough to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this year.
Her Majesty became the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee on 6 February, marking 70 years of service to the United Kingdom and Commonwealth.
To celebrate this unprecedented anniversary, there will be Platinum Jubilee celebrations taking place throughout the year, building to celebrations over the extended Bank Holiday weekend from Thursday 2 June to Sunday 5 June.
Upcoming events include:
A 21 Gun Salute on the Long Walk, Windsor (Thursday 21 April) – Led by the Mayor, Councillor John Story, the event is planned to mark Her Majesty’s 96th birthday. A number of children attending the event will be invited to fire a cannon
The Mayor’s Platinum Jubilee Children’s Party at Windsor Guildhall (Monday 23 May) – Two children, aged between five and 11 from all schools in the borough will be invited to attend the party
Town Criers competition at Salisbury Tower, Windsor (Saturday 20 August) - Around 20 official Town Criers will parade in their ceremonial liveries before competing in a day-long competition.
Free school holiday activity and food programme returns for children eligible for free school meals
A successful free holiday activities and food programme helping children eligible for free school meals is returning to the Royal Borough this Easter.
Our programme is called Feed Ur Everyday Lives (FUEL) and aims to provide additional support to vulnerable children.
It is delivered by Achieving for Children (AFC), our children’s services partner, with funding from the Department for Education. It is for children aged five to 16 years old who are eligible for free school meals.
The programme will offer a range of activities across the Easter holidays, as well as during the summer break and Christmas holidays this year – the same as last year’s programme.
Activities include sports sessions and the opportunity to learn outdoor skills including forest den building, fire lighting and campfire cooking. There will also be performing arts, arts and crafts, indoor games, food education, an escape room activity, and sensory activities for children with special education needs.
To view the Easter programme and book, visit the AFC website.:
NEXT: Upcoming engineering work on Ascot trainline
This Easter Bank Holiday Weekend (Friday 15 to Monday 18 April), Network Rail will be undertaking engineering works in the Ascot area.
During the works, the train lines from Ash Vale to Ascot will be closed all day. A replacement bus service will be in place between Ascot and Aldershot.
Sunningdale level crossing will also be closed for the whole weekend as part of these works, and this will affect bus journey times. Please allow additional time if you plan to travel to/from this station.
NEXT: Thames Valley Organisations Supporting Police Priorities Awarded Over One Hundred Thousand Pounds
Chief Constable, John Campbell, and Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Matthew Barber, have awarded voluntary and community organisations £100,106 in the first round of this year’s Community Fund.
The Community Fund, (previously called the Police Property Act Fund), is created from the proceeds of sale of goods recovered by the police that cannot be returned to their original owner. In accordance with the Police Property Act Regulations (1997), all awards from the fund must be for charitable purposes.
Seeing who was successful, may encourage you to apply in the next round in September !
I have attached reference numbers to each crime report. If you live in the vicinity of any of the crimes mentioned and have CCTV or a video doorbell, can you please check the footage. If you have any that might be of interest to the police, can you please make contact with us, quoting reference number given.
Alternatively you can call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or email - www.crimestoppers-uk.org
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
ASCOT & SOUTH ASCOT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.
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NEWS UPDATE FROM NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
A new year, a new logo, a new beginning
Why not start a new scheme in your street - A scheme is a group of members, usually in the same road or area, which has a coordinator to manage the scheme.
In the last week, we have had inquiries from various residents and we are delighted to announce that three new schemes are being set up.
There are many benefits to starting a scheme - awareness of types of crimes that affect our communities such as vehicle crime and advice on scams, access to CCTV, for instance.
Neighbourhood Watch is not just about crime awareness though. It's about supporting communities and tackling issues within them like, loneliness and vulnerability.
Being aware of these issues will enable you to be proactive in your community to help those in our communities that need support.
Please contact us on email@example.com and we will be delighted to assist.
Valerie Pike, Chairman of Windsor & Ascot NHW Association.