Local Impactive Crimes 11th to 17th October 2021

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Warminster Community Area

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Local Impactive Crimes 11th to 17th October 2021

Please find below a summary of local impactive crimes, considered suitable for public dissemination, within the Warminster Community Area.

If you can provide information for any of the crimes, please call Wiltshire Police on 101 quoting the relevant reference number.

Emergencies/Crimes in progress must be reported using 999. Non-emergency police matters can be reported using 101.


WARMINSTER AREA COMMUNITY POLICING TEAM
https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/police-forces/wiltshire-police/areas/about-us/about-us/cpts/warminster-cpt/

CRIME MAP
https://www.police.uk/pu/your-area/wiltshire-police/warminster/?tab=CrimeMap&_gl=1*4evw8f*_ga*ODMxNDkzMzUuMTYxODIzMDY2MA..*_ga_CVJJFNCBCC*MTYxODIzMDY1OS4xLjEuMTYxODIzMDY5MC4w

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WARMINSTER POLICE – Facebook Page for Warminster Town and Rural Neighbourhood Policing Teams
Crime stoppers

Sunday 17th October 2021
This morning, officers from the Warminster Area Community Policing Team (CPT) conducted speed checks on Victoria Road and Boreham Road. Five drivers were stopped and educated regarding the manner of their driving. Two drivers were issued with Traffic Offence Reports for excess speed. The CPT, including our Special Constables and the Roads Policing Unit, continue to conduct speed checks across the wider Warminster, Westbury, Tisbury and Mere areas, in support of Community Speedwatch.
To address matters of excess speed in your area, you can:
• Contact the Community Speedwatch team Community Speedwatch | Wiltshire Police . The CPT work alongside established, active Community Speedwatch groups, who are further supported by our Civilian Enforcement Officers.
• Approach your local Community Area Transport Group (CATG), to consider road safety engineering works: Community area transport groups - Wiltshire Council


Sunday 17th October
Following the murder of Sarah Everard, we are aware of concerns from the public, particularly from women, about interactions with police officers.
We appreciate that the onus is on us, as a police service, to proactively offer any additional reassurance we can to the communities we serve.
We are here to protect and serve you and we understand that you might have questions or comments on how we work to achieving that.
On Wednesday 20 October at 5.30pm, Chief Constable Kier Pritchard will be taking part in a Facebook Live session and will be here to answer your questions and offer reassurance. If you are unable to make this time, you can ask your questions in advance here
https://crowd.in/IQzYJ7


STAY SAFE THIS HALLOWEEN
Please remember not everyone celebrates Halloween. Unexpected callers after dark can be really frightening for some of the more vulnerable members of our community. If you see a no 'trick or treat here' poster, please respect it.
You can download a no trick or treater poster on our website: https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/.../campaigns/halloween/


Logging it online : https://crowd.in/PkSPQc

Click or Call? Save our time. It’s your call.
Visit https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/ for more information

Alternatively make an online report here https://crowd.in/onjrin
Or you can report without leaving your name by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
In an emergency always call 999.


Nil reported incidents during the above period


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