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This message is dated Friday 29th November 2019 - Ascot

Alert message sent 29/11/2019 14:44:00

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This message is dated Friday 29th November 2019 for Ascot.
FIRST: Can I thank all the local residents in Broomfield Park for a brilliant meeting last night, I really enjoyed it and I hope you did too.  My thanks to Christine for the invitation.  Acting Sgt Phil Collings sends his apologies, he did try to get there, but had a puncture on the way !  Lots of really good questions, which I hope I answered  Well done to everyone for coming out of a drizzly night !
NEXT: I have received this request from Sgt Ryan Powell, from our ‘Problem Solving’ Team:
Hi Jeff – can you please add to your next TV Alert that we now have a permanent knife / sharps ‘Amnesty Bin’ in Maidenhead Police Station reception area.
It is for any members of the public, to dispose of any potential weapons they no longer wish to possess, come across, or otherwise wish to dispose of safely.
No questions will be asked, to encourage as many forfeitures as possible. All surrendered knives, will be recycled into community projects.
PS Ryan Powell
28/11  Thursday 5 p.m.   Redwood Drive.  Burglary.  Entry though forced rear patio doors.  Untidy search of the upstairs.  Jewellery stolen from dressing table.  The owners have a video doorbell, which shows 2 men walking past the house suspiciously twice, at 4.53 p.m.  1. White, mid 20s, blue bobble hat, blue puffer jacket with fluorescent stripes down the arm, black gloves, blue jeans and black trainers.  2.  White, mid 20s, beard / stubble, beanie hat, black puffer jacket, grey and black gloves, jeans / grey track suit bottoms and Adidas trainers.  Please - no jewellery left on dressing tables or in bedside tables.  Hide it where it will take a thief more than 5 minutes to find.  You know your house best where that will be. - BUT - You have to remember where it is hidden and tell someone you trust, or leave a note somewhere, in case you go under a bus !  Did you see or hear anything ?  If you live nearby and have CCTV or a video doorbell, to check the footage - you may also have been targeted, but the thieves thought better of it when they checked your security.  If you do have any information please let us know quoting NICHE reference number - 43190372513.

29/11  Friday 5.50 a.m.  Woodlands Close.  Shed break.  The owners heard a noise and looked out.  They saw torchlight, coming from their garden shed.  They shouted and the offender immediately made off.  A chain saw and leaf blower had been dropped and left.  The offender had forced the door with a garden spade.
29/11  Friday 4.15 a.m.  Royal Victoria Gardens.  The owner received a text message and video footage during the night, showing him that someone was searching his car !  They are described as wearing a black hoody and dark trousers.  THE CAR HAD BEEN ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - nothing stolen.
28/11 - 29/11  Thursday 9.30 p.m. / Friday 8 a.m.  Whynstones Road.  CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS and searched.  Nothing stolen.

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On 23rd September 2019 the new Windsor & Ascot Neighbourhood Watch Association was formed and inaugurated, with Valerie Pike as Chair and seven Committee members consisting of NHW Coordinators, Thames Valley NHW Multi-Scheme Administrators, local Councillors and longstanding residents. 
The aim of the Association is to encourage participation in NHW in the Windsor & Ascot parish areas, with a particular focus on increasing safety for residents, preventing cybercrime and assisting our elderly and vulnerable neighbours.  
The areas covered by the Association are: Windsor Inner, Eton & Eton Wick, The Clewers, Dedworth, Oakley Green, Old Windsor, Datchet, Horton, Wraysbury, Ascot, Cheapside, Sunningdale and Sunninghill. The Association has a Facebook page:
Residents of these areas are encouraged to join the Windsor & Ascot NHW Association by signing up on, using their postcodes to find the most appropriate NHW scheme to apply to become a member of. 
For more information please contact the Vice Chair and Scheme Administrator for Windsor & Ascot
NHW, Colin Meads, at”.
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Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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