Local Impactive Crimes 24th to 30th January 2022 - WESTBURY

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Warminster Community Area

WESTBURY

Local Impactive Crimes 24th to 30th January 2022

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

27/01/2022 13:03
Wiltshire Police continues to drive down overall crime according to the latest figures released by the Offices for National Statistics (ONS).
Crime figures released by the ONS today, show that Wiltshire Police recorded the lowest number of crimes of any of the 42 forces in the country - in the 12 months leading up to September 2021.
Areas showing an increase in reporting of crime include stalking and harassment and sexual offences.
In these crime areas Wiltshire Police remain below the levels of similar force areas.
Increased reporting of these cases by victims is being cautiously welcomed by Wiltshire Police as a reflection of the huge amount of work that has been undertaken to address the fact that this is a crime type that is often under reported by victims.
Read the full report here: https://crowd.in/e0BjBX


28/01/2022 9:41
Good news for Wiltshire for a Friday! We're hiring more police officers and are looking forward to our biggest ever training and recruitment programme this year. In the last two years we've trained more than 200 officers and expect to bring in another 160 over the next year. Read more
https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/.../boost-for-police.../
We open again for police officer recruitment in April, but you can register now if you are interested in applying and we will be in touch
Register on our Talent Bank: https://wiltshire-police.tal.net/.../8/pl/12/opp/700/apply

CRIMESTOPPERS

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


54220007993
Reported time 24/01/2022 10:01
Occurrence between 24/01/2022 09:40 24/01/2022 09:50
WESTBURY - 2 x dismantled shotguns handed in for disposal. Firearms certificate also surrendered.

54220009013
WESTBURY – Reported time 26/01/2022 10:06
Occurrence between 26/01/2022 10:06 26/01/2022 10:06
WESTBURY - Officers have attended local Post Office after staff reported smell of Cannabis coming from a letter.

54220009624
Reported time 27/01/2022 22:11
Occurrence between 27/01/2022 22:11 27/01/2022 22:11
A3098 - MP* Single Vehicle into tree

54220010110
Reported time 29/01/2022 09:44
Occurrence between 01/09/2021 00:01 28/01/2022 08:00
WESTBURY - Unknown male suspect has been staring at the Aggrieved person whilst she has been walking to school. The suspect has begun crossing the road and walking behind the Aggrieved person. When the Aggrieved person would cross the road to get away, he would cross to the same side. The incidents have been causing the Aggrieved person to feel uncomfortable and unsafe.

54220009697
Reported time 28/01/2022 09:17
Occurrence between 27/01/2022 08:35 27/01/2022 08:35
BRATTON - Known subject has reversed his vehicle into the Aggrieved person. The subject has driven off unaware of the incident. The Aggrieved person received a slight bruised on his right arm. No medical attention needed.

54220010227
Reported time 29/01/2022 16:50
Occurrence between 29/01/2022 16:50 29/01/2022 16:50
WESTBURY – Aggrieved person is reporting that they have seen a Lappa/Mastiff type dog with another dog (Jack Russell) in its mouth. The Mastiff was being followed by an elderly male who had another Jack Russell with him, but is not the owner of the Mastiff.
When the Aggrieved person tried to assist, the Mastiff dropped the dog in its mouth and went towards the Aggrieved person who then backed off. The elderly male collected his dog and went home. His dog is deceased.


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