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News Bulletin Runcorn Local Policing Unit, Daresbury, Preston Brook, Sandymoor, Manor Park, Area March 2017
As of April 2017 Cheshire Constabulary will be using The Herbert Protocol.
Do you have a friend or relative with Alzheimer’s or dementia and often worry that they may go missing?
We appreciate that caring for people with dementia is challenging—and that planning ahead and keeping safe is really important. There is often a risk that people living with dementia can at some point start to ‘walk about’. While this may only be into the garden or street and returning a short time later, some people can get lost and go missing. This can lead to feelings of confusion, fear and vulnerability for individuals and their families, particularly at night time or during times of extreme weather.
The Herbert Protocol is here to help provide you with reassurance, and help you keep friends and relatives safe. It is a national initiative adopted by Cheshire Constabulary, as well as other police forces around the UK.
This is vital—if you can’t find someone in the normal way you would expect to, then you MUST call the police on 999.
Zoe Bowden & Emma Hamilton-Kent PC 5470 BOWDEN PCSO20618 HAMILTON-KENT
Crime Updates – March
Cheshire police have responded and attended 92 incidents in your area in March. These incidents varied in seriousness however include attempt burglaries, road traffic offences, suspicious persons, concern’s for safety, domestic incidents and anti-social behaviour.
On 26th March 2017 at 09.40 hours, 2 men and 1 women were seen entering the outbuildings at the Ring O'Bells Public House, Daresbury. When challenged they stated they were looking for scrap metal. The suspects were in a light grey battered transit van.
Overnight 9th March 2017 between 18.00 - 07.30 entry was forced into a detached garage on Bisham Park, Sandymoor and a Honda CRF450 off road motorbike stolen. Anybody with any information please call 101 and quote incident 100 of 09/03/17
Between 12/03/17 - 15/03/17 a garage in Aston Green, Preston Brook has been broken in to, 2 pushbikes have been stolen, incident 161 - 15/03/17.
Between 9th - 12th March 2017 an address on Delph Lane, Daresbury had the upstairs window smashed and entry to the property gained, offenders have stolen an expensive iron before leaving the address, incident 805 of 12/03/17 refers.
Lock and secure your outbuildings, don’t give thieves the chance
Store any valuable equipment and tools in a secure building with a well-built, locked door. Use British Standard locks, good quality locking bars and high security padlocks. Windows can be protected with metal bars. Always lock outbuildings when they're not in use.
A worthwhile investment is fitting outside security lights controlled by an automatic time-switch or infra-red beams.
Consider installing CCTV
Road Traffic Collision
At 16.26 hours on 14th March 2017 there was a Road Traffic Collision on Wharford Lane, Runcorn between a Renault Clio and a man on a motorbike, only minor injuries were reported. Good News
On Wednesday 15th March 2017 Cheshire Constabulary and The National Illegal Money Lending Team executed warrants targeting loan sharks in both the Sandymoor and Murdishaw districts of Runcorn as well as the Speke district of Liverpool.
As a result two men have been arrested in relation to illegal money lending.
If any members of the public have any information regarding illegal money lending or have fallen into debt as a result of loan sharks please contact the National Illegal Money Lending Team hotline on 0300 5552222 – inc 99 - 15/03/17
Vehicle seized on Northwich Road, Runcorn on 17/03/17 for no Insurance and a further vehicle was seized on Manor Park on 27/03/17
Have Your Say - Community Meetings
Moore Community Meeting - Wednesday 5th April 2017 at 7.00pm, Milner Institute, Moss Lane Preston Brook Community Meeting - Tuesday 18th April 2017 at 7.30pm, Village Hall, Preston Brook Daresbury Community Meeting - Wednesday 19th April 2017 at 7.30pm, Village Hall, Chester Road Sandymoor Community Meeting - Thursday 20th April 2017 at 7.30pm, Sandymoor School
Anyone with any information to support the Cheshire Police in any crime or incident please call Cheshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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Beat Manager PC5470 BOWDEN and PCSO 20618 HAMILTON-KENT Cheshire Constabulary, Runcorn Police Station - 2nd Avenue, Halton Lea, Runcorn, WA7 2HG Tel – 01606-36-5509 | E-Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
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