Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: August 2015

Surrey Police volunteer, and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator, Stephanie Edwards 20420 [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] reports on recent a burglary in the borough in her latest Neighbourhood Watch Burglary Bulletin

Crime reference – 4515005618 between 03.16am and 03.19am on 24/08/2015, a burglary occurred in Gosden Road, West End. Front door forced open, untidy search completed, some items left in cabinet

Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: No burglaries this week

Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420, and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] reports in her latest crime bulletin that there’ve been NO burglaries in Surrey Heath this week.

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Add your view to the biggest ever rural crime survey

Surrey PoliceSurrey Police urge Surrey residents to take part in biggest ever rural crime survey.

To complete the survey, visit National Rural Crime Survey. The survey remains open until June 24th.

Surrey residents are being urged to have their say by taking part in the biggest ever national survey into crime and policing anti-social behaviour (ASB) in rural areas.

The survey, launched by the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN), is calling for people who live or work in rural areas across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to come forward and give their views on how the police can improve the servicee they provide to rural communities.

The information provided by members of the public through the survey will be used to gain an insight about the impact crime and ASB has in rural areas and will ultimately be used to help shape the future of crime prevention and rural policing in the UK over the coming years.

Inspector Richard Hamlin, Surrey Police’s strategic lead for rural crime, said: “Anyone living or working in rural areas is being encouraged to take part in the survey to help build a picture of what is a widespread but often misunderstood issue. You don’t need to have been a victim of crime to have a view on how the police work. You may be concerned about police visibility or response, see incidents that go unreported, or you may have a local officer who is engaged and proactive. Ultimately, we want to make sure that our rural communities are getting the service that they need, so this survey gives the rural public the chance to have their say.”

Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: June 2015

Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] in her latest bulletin reports on recent burglaries in Surrey Heath.

Crime reference – 45150046374 on 02/06/2015 – 14.55pm and 15.35pm Burglary occurred in Old Pasture Road, Camberley. Entry gained to Garage by forcing of Lock Garage door left open. Nothing was stolen.

Crime reference – 45150046445 between 31/05/2015 – 19.30pm – 02/06/2015 – 20.30pm. Burglary occurred in Brook Road, Bagshot. Access gained down rear side of house. Access through side door of house. Stolen. 2 PS4 games and controller

Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath

Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] in her latest bulletin reports on recent burglaries in Surrey Heath.

Crime reference – 45150040029 between 13/05/2015 – 15.30pm 14/05/2015 – 18.00pm a burglary occurred in Moorlands Road, Camberley. Entry gained rear front door, forced open using implement to gain entry, untidy search conducted. Stolen black wallet with 900 euros.

Crime reference – 45150040330 between 13/05/2015 – 13.00pm – 15/05/2015 – 13.00am.Burglary occurred in Aplin Way, Lightwater. Access gained via rear Kitchen window was smashed. Untidy search conducted, kitchen fluid sprayed over surfaces, keys taken for car outside, car unable to move as a flat battery and tyres, opened car door nothing removed

Crime reference – 45150040408 between 12/05/2015 – 17.00pm and 20.00pm. Burglary occurred in Horseshoe Close, Camberley. Access gained through open side gate to the house, as occupant was in garden. Property taken from house a holdall containing Samsung phone, purse with cash and other items, Stolen was Samsung phone and cash. (Holdall returned from nearby alleyway)

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Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath

Surrey PoliceSurrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] in her latest bulletin reports on recent burglaries in the borough

Crime reference – 45150037281 between 05/05/2015 – 22.30pm 06/05/2015 – 06.30am. Burglary occurred in Waggoners Hollow, Bagshot. Entry gained via front door, used implement either through letter box or between front door frames to slide the latch. Tidy search conducted, handbag stolen include bank cards and store cards.

Crime reference – 45150037283 between 05/05/2015 – 22.00pm – 06/05/2015 – 06.00am. Burglary occurred in Elizabeth Avenue, Bagshot. Access gained entry via rear patio door, tidy search conducted, stolen handbag with items, iPad/speakers.

Crime reference – 45150039335 between 12/05/2015 – 11.30am – 12.00pm. Burglary occurred in Victoria Avenue, Camberley. Access gained by climbing over a side gate to the house, prised open kitchen window by removing the beading, took out glass pane, entered property carried out untidy search, property stolen a Volkswagon Passat,(no registration number provided at present) a number of expensive items in car. Car was taken from driveway.

How to identify bogus emails and contact from HM Revenue & Customs

Attached to a recent crime bulletin from Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 – Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374], was a detailed list of examples of bogus emails, phishing emails, and contact, purporting to come from HM Revenue and Customs.

The handy guide – Phishing_emails_and_bogus_contact – provides the examples, and the first paragraphs from the document are,

If you think you may have received a HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) related phishing/bogus email, you can check it against the examples shown in this guide.

It will assist our investigations if you report all ‘HMRC related’ phishing emails to HMRC. Even if you receive the same/similar phishing email on multiple occasions, please forward it to phishing@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk and then delete it. Do not open any attachments or click on any links within the email, as they may contain malicious software.