POLICE TEAM UPDATE.
Mark Littlewood and myself have now been put in post
as The Tisbury Neighbourhood Policing Team.
are currently preparing things to ‘go live’ on the
15th of January 2007.
The Tisbury Neighbourhood Police Team Area
covers the following communities:
Ansty, Berwick St Leonard, Berwick
St John, Charlton, Chicklade, Chilmark, Chicksgrove, The Coombes,
The Donheads, The Fonthills, Fovant, The Hatches, Hindon, Higher
Pertwood, Ludwell, Newtown, Ridge, Swallowcliffe, Sutton Mandeville,
Tollard Royal, Wardour and West Tisbury.
We will be approaching
all of the communities via Parish Councils over the next month
or so to find out what problems that you have that we may be able
to help you with.
I will also be routinely working on
a Thursday evening at Tisbury
Police Station and will open the
Police Station between 1800hrs and 2000hrs. If you have a problem
that you wish to discuss please feel free to drop in and talk to
either myself or Mark. You can also e-mail either of us using the
following e-mail addresses: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Once we have built up
a picture of what the problems are we will do our very best to
The Mere Neighbourhood
Police Team is due to ‘go live’ in April 2007
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH – DON’T
Neighbourhood Watch was created in the mid 1980s
and basically gave structure and a name to something that most
of us do, or certainly should do as a matter of course. To what
am I referring? Well, put simply it is looking out for yourself
and your neighbours. Recently Neighbourhood Watch has become to
some of you something menacing, something that takes up too much
time and effort, something that is above and beyond the call of
duty. So what can I do to help you to put some life back into Neighbourhood
Watch? Neighbourhood Watch is NOT time consuming, it is NOT lots
of work, it is NOT something that is beyond anyone’s call
of duty. Neighbourhood Watch couldn’t be simpler and it benefits
everyone involved. If you are asked to be a part of Neighbourhood
Watch in your village please don’t discount it out of hand,
give it some thought it really isn’t anything to worry about!
POLICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICERS
The Wiltshire Police is actively looking for more
recruits for the role of PCSO. If you are unemployed (or unhappily
employed and fancy a change) and think that working in your community
(or someone elses community if you prefer) for that community have
you considered working as a PCSO? To find out more you can log
on to www.wiltshire.police.uk and check out the recruitment pages.
There is also a PCSO recruitment awareness evening at Devizes on
the 8th January 2007
ROAD TRAFFIC COLLISIONS November
Minor injuries only.
2nd 0757hrs. Wardour. Young girl knocked down by car.
2nd 1816hrs. A303 Mere. HGV hit by overtaking van.
A303 Chicklade. 2 car shunt.
20th 0618hrs. A30 Fovant. Van into
23rd 1735hrs. B3095 Mere. Lorry jack-knifed. 2 cars collided
in ensuing traffic chaos.
No injuries reported.
4th 1201hrs. A303 Chicklade. 3 car shunt.
A350 Sedgehill. 4 car shunt.
9th 1821hrs. A303 Willoughby Hedge.
2 car shunt.
17th 1327hrs. A303 Stockton Woods. Car hit barrier.
17th 1526hrs. A350 East Knoyle. Car v HGV. 21st 0006. B3092 Mere.
Car into hedge.
21st 0922hrs. B3092 Maiden Bradley. Car into hedge.
23rd 1614hrs. A303 Chicklade. Tank hit central barrier.
B3095 Mere. 2 cars collided.
27th 0739hrs. A350 Semley. 2 car shunt.
REPORTED CRIME & ARRESTS IN NOVEMBER
Beat Officers: PC Mark Steele & PC Mark Littlewood
3rd Wallet removed from unlocked car in Swallowcliffe.
thrown by yob over parked car in The Quarry, Tisbury, window smashed.
6th Cash stolen from a barn at Sutton Mandeville.
8th Thieves stole
scrap metal from a farmyard at Berwick St John.
10th Power tools
stolen from farm at Donhead St Mary.
10th Two small trailers stolen
from farm near Tisbury.
10th Power tools stolen from farm at Sutton
10th Attempt theft of diesel from farm at Swallowcliffe.
13th Outbuilding broken into, power tools stolen from farm in Chicksgrove.
14th A moron fired an air weapon at Fonthill Gifford Church causing
numerous stained glass windows to break. Local youth arrested.
14th Farm equipment stolen from Berwick St John.
16th Male arrested
on the A303 for drink driving.
16th 22 chicks stolen from poultry
farm near Fovant.
18th Thief stole beer from the Co-op in Tisbury.
21st Young man punched holes in wall at address in Hindon following
domestic row. Arrested.
22nd Shrubs stolen from house in Sutton
23rd Woman assaulted by ex-partner in Donhead St Andrew.
Complaint eventually dropped.
25th Three mindless youths wearing
hoodies ran along The Avenue in Tisbury in the early hours throwing
stones at windows. Four windows smashed.
30th House damaged by
ladies ex-partner. Arrested.
Beat Officers: PC Pete Robins & PC Paul Scudds
2nd Male arrested in East Knoyle for drink driving.
drug addicted male arrested in possession of a large carving knife
6th Camera stolen from toilets at Stourhead whilst owner
washed her hands. Moral? Be dirty.
10th and 20th Scrap metal stolen
from yard at Semley.
10th Car broken into in Mere. Handbag stolen.
13th Window smashed in Castle Street, Mere.
16th House burgled
in Mere. Builder’s equipment stolen.
16th House burgled in
East Knoyle, jewellery stolen.
26th Attempt made to break into
a car in Gasper.
27th Shoplifter in action at the Co-op.
stolen from car parked at Stourhead.
28th Attempt made to break
in to hairdressers in Mere. Someone desperate for a trim perhaps?
28th Container broken into in Mere, power tools stolen.
metal stolen from yard at Charnage.
29th 4 mature Holly trees chopped
down and stolen from Underhill. Years of growth undone by work-
29th Number plates stolen from a car in Semley.
Woman from Kilmington arrested on suspicion of breaking a window.
The Wiltshire Constabulary is undergoing changes
as you may already be aware. Some things however, will not change.
The willingness and desire to help and assist law abiding members
of the public will always remain a priority for your local Police.
And finally finally..
May I take this opportunity, on behalf
of all the officers and civilian staff at Tisbury and Mere, to
wish all readers of this bulletin a very Merry Christmas and a
Happy New Year. Please take care in everything that you do and
watch out for those icy roads. We will be working as usual over
the Festive period in case you need our assistance. Handy tip if
you do call us out – most of us function a lot better with
a warm mince pie on board.
Wiltshire Police 0845
408 7000 24
TISBURY POLICE STATION - OPENING TIMES. (01747-870203)
Monday, Saturday & Sunday - CLOSED.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday- 9.00am to 1.00pm. Thursday- 9.00am
MERE POLICE STATION – OPENING
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 0930hrs until 1230hrs. Friday
from 1600hrs until 1900hrs.
Saturday from 0800hrs until 1100hrs.Thursday and Sunday – CLOSED.
24 HOUR NUMBER 01380-735735. CRIMESTOPPERS 0800-555-111.
If anyone has any information about
any of the above listed crimes please give us a ring at Tisbury
or Mere. Your help could lead to the apprehension of offenders or
the recovery of property. If you would prefer to pass information
anonymously (rewards are available) ring CRIMESTOPPERS.
CONTROL ROOM 01722-411444
CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111