Local Impactive Crimes 6th to 12th December 2021 - TISBURY

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Warminster Community Area


Local Impactive Crimes 6th to 12th December 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 POLICE – Facebook Page for Warminster Town and Rural Neighbourhood Policing Teams

Officers and PCSOs from the Warminster Area Community Policing Team will be carrying out additional patrols of town centres during the build up to Christmas.
The local team have plans for proactive, visible policing patrols in Warminster, Westbury and Mere to provide reassurance for the public but also crackdown on shoplifting, anti-social behaviour and vehicle crime.
“Operation Elf” will also see plain-clothes officers out and about to identify and apprehend potential offenders. There will also be additional patrols in more rural areas to tackle burglary and rural crime.
Officers will also be engaging with members of the public around the ongoing Covid-19 guidance and rules on face coverings.
Sergeant Vicky Howick said the team would be working with local businesses and CCTV operators throughout December to prevent and detect crime.
She said: “We know that over the coming weeks we are going to see an increase in people shopping in our town centres and we want to make sure we’re on the front-foot to prevent crime and keep people safe.
“Our intelligence tells us that this time of year sees an increase in offences such as shoplifting, handbag or purse thefts, theft from vehicles and anti-social behaviour, so we want to reassure our communities that we will be taking action.
“We will also be using the opportunity to issue crime prevention advice, so people can understand what small steps they can take to keep their belongings or vehicles safe.
“Christmas is such a special time of year, and should be a happy and joyous occasion, so we will do all we can to ensure that isn’t ruined by the small minority looking to take advantage.”
Over the coming weeks we will be posting crime prevention advice on our social media pages, but you can also find more information by visiting our website: https://crowd.in/gCi5mZ

Back to work tomorrow? Need to get out of house and away from your partner?
We are supporting the national 16-days of action against domestic abuse to remind bosses of the signs to look out for and how to help a colleague.
There is lots of information, help and advice available – including on our website: https://crowd.in/WqfvUL
Domestic Abuse is not OK and help is at hand.
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Reported time 06/12/2021 10:31
Occurrence between 06/12/2021 10:29 06/12/2021 10:29
A303 TISBURY - RTC damage only, damage caused to fence owned by highways.

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