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Nominate Your Best Neighbour Of 2018

I am writing to update you about the Neighbourhood of the Year Award 2018 nomination process that we sent you an earlier message about last week. (If you received a previous message about this award earlier today please disregard that one as the e-mail address on that message was incorrect - please use the e-mail address below instead).
 
Due to technical restrictions and for data protection reasons, the initial nomination process required those wishing to nominate their neighbour to sign up as a Co-op member. We have reviewed this process in partnership with the Co-op and have resolved the issue so that anyone can now nominate their neighbour for this award without having to join the Coop.
 
If you do not wish to become a Co-op member, but would like to nominate your neighbour, please e-mail neighbourawards@ourwatch.org.uk   to request a nomination form. Once the form is completed it can then be returned to the same e-mail address for processing. The winner of the award will be announced in early October, at which point you will be contacted by Neighbourhood Watch Network should your nominated neighbour be successful. Please note that the deadline for returning completed nominations is midnight on 5th September 2018.
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Jayne Pascoe (NHWN, Administrator, England & Wales)

 


 

 

Pcso Recruitment Online Web Chat


Sign up for Wednesday's PCSO recruitment web chat

TVP is currently recruiting PCSOs forcewide across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. This web chat offers a fantastic opportunity to have your questions answered live online by members of TVP's recruitment team.

  • Where? Online (available on your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone)
  • When? Wednesday 15 August, 1pm - 2pm
  • How? Register here

You can’t arrest anyone. You’ve got no handcuffs. Your communication and problem solving skills are your most powerful tools. It’s down to your ability to work with some of the most challenging people in some of the most difficult situations. 

Your very presence on the streets inspires confidence. 

Requirements

  • you will be IT-literate 
  • full of initiative and ready to patrol neighbourhoods (on foot or by bicycle)
  • English Language or Literature at GCSE grade 9-4 or equivalent (e.g. English language Grade C or level 2), or a higher academic qualification.
​​​​​​​Training

You will complete an eight-week course of formal training. This is undertaken on a full-time basis at the Thames Valley Police Training Centre in Sulhamstead. It’s designed to give you a solid understanding in the essentials of a PCSO's role and powers. You will then be deployed to a police station – this marks the beginning of your Thames Valley Police career.  

Successful candidates will go into a recruitment pool to fill planned PCSO intakes from November 2018 to March 2019, subject to vacancies. 

 

 

 


 

Colnbrook, Poyle & Foxborough

Police crime statistics

 Last 4 weeks data for Colnbrook/Poyle/Foxborough are, produced between: 12/07/18 and 09/08/2018

Crime Type Last Year This Year % Change 
Residential Burglary - Dwellings80% 
Residential Burglary - Sheds/Garages350% 
Business & Community Burglary-83% 
Criminal Damage914 56% 
Non-Domestic Violence With Injury200% 
Non-Domestic Violence Without Injury12 100% 
Sexual Offences67% 
Robbery
Bicycle Theft-50%
Theft of Vehicle26200%
Theft From Vehicle157-53%
Public Order Offences550%
Work continues working with partner agencies to reduce the criminal damage and ASB being caused by a small group of young people in the Colnbrook area, this seems to be working with a reduction in complaints which is good news. The team has also been involved in a number of drugs warrants on the East of Slough. 

My email is Gary.Ryan@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk . The best way to contact the team remains ColnbrookPoyleFoxboroughNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk . 

 

 

Trends/series:

We have had an increase in burglaries in the area with some being committed in the daytime. Work is ongoing to catch the suspects with the East team involved in operations targeting hotspot areas.

 

 

 

Crime Prevention advice:

With the warm weather the general advice is to not make your property an easy target by leaving doors and windows open or expensive items on view. We highly recommend you marking you valuable property. I would recommend people visit www.immobilise.com to register serial numbers etc. At this time of year (spring) there is a trend towards an increase in shed breaks as new equipment is purchased. Please look to mark your property with a postcode or similar to make it identifiable. 

 

Engagement Events:

Priorities agreed at the Colnbrook, Poyle and Foxborough Community Forum on Wednesday 16th May 2018:

1. To reduce incidents of criminality and antisocial behaviour (ASB) associated to the use of catapults by a group of local youths in the Colnbrook area.

2. To target drug use and related offences in the area, specifically in the areas of Byron/Lyndon House Foxborough and Willow Close/Drift Way/Rayners Close Colnbrook.

 

Report produced by: Sgt Gary Ryan

   

 


 

Colnbrook, Poyle & Foxborough

Police crime statistics

 

Last 4 weeks data for Colnbrook/Poyle/Foxborough are, produced between: 08/05/18 and 05/06/2018

 

 

 

This has been my first month working on the area, I have met some off you and in the process of getting round to speaking to others to introduce myself. The team has been busy working with partner agencies to try and reduce the criminal damage and ASB being caused in Colnbrook by a small amount of young people. The team has been involved in a number of drugs warrants to disrupt drug dealing across the East of Slough. My email is Gary.Ryan@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk . The best way to contact the team remains ColnbrookPoyleFoxboroughNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk . 

 

Trends/series:

We have had a number of burglaries in the area which have occurred over night. There has also been a number of theft from motor vehicles from various hotels in the area overnight.

 

 

Crime Prevention advice:

With the warmer weather approaching the general advice to mark you valuable property remains. I would recommend people visit www.immobilise.com to register serial numbers etc. At this time of year (spring) there is a trend towards an increase in shed breaks as new equipment is purchased. Please look to mark your property with a postcode or similar to make it identifiable. 

 

Engagement Events:

We had the Colnbrook, Poyle and Foxborough Community Forum on Wednesday 16th May 2018. The forum decided upon the following priorities for the area:

1. To reduce incidents of criminality and antisocial behaviour (ASB) associated to the use of catapults by a group of local youths in the Colnbrook area.

2. To target drug use and related offences in the area, specifically in the areas of Byron/Lyndon House Foxborough and Willow Close/Drift Way/Rayners Close Colnbrook.

Report produced by: Sgt Gary Ryan

 

 Crime TypeLast Year This Year Change 
 Residential Burglary - Dwellings 5 -60%
 Residential Burglary - Sheds/Garages 3 0 -100%
 Business & Community Burglary 3 1 -67%
 Criminal Damage17 28 65% 
 Non-Domestic Violence With Injury200% 
 Non-Domestic Violence Without Injury20400% 
 Sexual Offences33%
 Robbery2-100% 
 Bicycle Theft-33%
Theft of Vehicle 300% 
Theft From Vehicle18 15 -17% 
Public Order Offences 200%