Residents will be consulted on possible locations for where CCTV should be deployed in the parish, following a decision in September to purchase three mobile cameras.
Urinating, defecating, spitting, or continuing to use (or give up) alcohol or other intoxicating substances risks a £1,000 fine as of ten days ago – but only in Brands Hill, the Westfield estate, and Colnbrook.
Recorded crime rose 13% last year in England and Wales, and 10% across the Thames Valley area. However, in a tumultuous period which saw the ending of the PCSO contract and upheaval in the NAG, Colnbrook has fared much worse.
A 13% surge in reported crime hit the headlines this week – not least of all due to misinformed tweets from the White House. However at least one UK constabulary is already proposing to scrap the role of PCSO to redirect funding to deal with “high risk, high harm” cases.
Thames Valley Police is urging residents to ensure their homes are secure and to be vigilant following a series of linked burglaries targeting vehicles. On Wednesday, between 9am and 5pm, six properties were targeted across Sunningdale, Old Windsor, Wraysbury and Ascot.
With the start of the Summer anti drink and drug driving campaign last week, Thames Valley issued a stark warning that drink and drug driving is makes motorists 23 times more likely to have a fatal collision.
Colnbrook with Poyle’s Neighbourhood Action Group is still struggling to find leadership and is at risk of being amalgamated into Parish Council meetings.
Due to the high number of calls resulting from Storm Doris, Police are requesting the public only to dial 999 in a real emergency.
Police have issued crime prevention advice to help residents protect their vehicle and belongings today. The advice follows an increase in reported incidents across Slough in recent months. In Colnbrook and Poyle there was a marked increase in August, when a total of 19 incidents were logged – nearly double the average.
Do you know someone in the Police force who has gone above and beyond in their role? Should they be recognised for their hard work and effort over the last year? Do you have an example of how they have exceeded what is expected of them? Nominations open today for this year’s Thames Valley Police Community Policing Awards.
Thames Valley and Hampshire Constabulary have already arrested 142 motorists for drink and drug-driving since the start of this year’s Christmas Drink and Drug-driving campaign, Operation Holly.