Surrey Police incident appeal

Surrey Police volunteer, and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator, Stephanie Edwards 20420 [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] requests information on the following,

Surrey PoliceA gentleman has been approached by two males offering to carry out work on his house. They stated he had a leak in his roof for which they charged him £3,000 to repair.

The work was never carried out.

The offence took place between 10.00 – 11.45 on Friday 22nd April 2016.

Location: Pine Avenue, Camberley

The offenders are described as:

  • Male one: White. Aged between 20 and 30. Dark hair. Dark trousers and a dark t-shirt with lots of white on the front. He called himself Alan.
  • Male two: White. Aged between 20 and 30. Dark hair. Dark trousers and a dark t-shirt.

They were in a silver/grey car and stated they were from a company called Nationwide.

If anyone has any information that may assist the Police with their investigation please contact Surrey Police on 101.

Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: 2nd April update

Surrey Police volunteer, and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator, Stephanie Edwards 20420 [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in her latest Neighbourhood Watch Burglary Bulletin,

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  • Crime Number: 45160032477: Between 19/04/16 and 20/04/16 and from 22.00 hrs to 06.00 hrs, at Southern Road, Camberley, two bikes stolen from a bike rack near the garage of the home address.
  • Crime Number: 45160030564: Between 14/04/16 and 15/04/16 and from 22.30 hrs to 02.09 hrs, at Wardle Close, Bagshot, a property entered through front window, search done then left via front door.
  • Crime Number:45160030570: Between 14/04/16 and 15/04/16 and from 20.40 hrs to 21.30 hrs, at Esher Road, Camberley, an attempt to enter house via rear door causing damage to the door.
  • Crime Number: 45160030612: Between 13/04/16 and 15/04/16 from 22.15 hrs to 08.31 hrs, at Sturt Road, Frimley Green. Drivers side wing mirror has been snapped off.
  • Crime Number: 45160030865: Between 13/04/16 and 15/04/16 from 21.26 hrs to 17.00 hrs, at Greenlands Road, Camberley, an unlocked shed entered and items stolen.
  • Crime Number: 45160031778: On 17/04/16 at 12.43 hrs, at Bedford Lane, Frimley Green. Logs stolen from property.

Surrey Police neighbourhood watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: April update

Surrey Police volunteer, and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator, Stephanie Edwards 20420 [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] reports on recent thefts burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in her latest Neighbourhood Watch Burglary Bulletin,

  • Surrey PoliceCrime Number: 45160030116: Between 12/04/16 and 013/04/16 and at 06.50 hrs, in Frimley Road, Camberley, a rear tyre on car slashed 
  • Crime Number: 45160030025: Between 02/04/16 and 09/04/16 and from 18.00 at 12.00 hrs in Gomer Road, Bagshot, an attempted burglary, no entry gained.

Red Road has a new device – but what’s it for?

On Monday morning this week I saw a policeman erecting a device, presumably traffic related, on a lamp post on Red Road [B311].

Determined to discover what this device is for, yesterday, I filmed it. Do you know what it’s for? My guess is that it’s connected with surveying traffic volumes. I could be wrong. Here’s the video,

Ensure you have a vote in the PCC elections

In a press release issued today Surrey Heath Borough Council remind residents that to qualify to vote, they must be registered to vote by April 18th,


Your vote mattersTime is running out to make sure you have registered to vote for Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) on Thursday 5 May 2016.

All households should have recently received information confirming who is registered to vote at their address. Eligible voters who are not listed will need to register themselves by 18 April. If you have moved recently or are a first-time voter you will also need to register.  This can be done by visiting www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.

Registering now also ensures eligible voters can vote in the European Referendum on Thursday 23 June 2016.  Another benefit of registering can include improving your credit rating as credit reference agencies check the electoral register for address information.

The role of Police and Crime Commissioners started in November 2012 and they are responsible for holding the Chief Constable and the police force to account on the public’s behalf, overseeing how crime is tackled in their area, and aiming to make sure the police are providing a good service. Information on all the candidates for Surrey will be published closer to polling day on www.choosemypcc.org.uk.

John Jory, Chief Executive of Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, is the Police Area Returning Officer (PARO) responsible for the PCC elections in the Surrey police force area. He said: “Anyone not yet registered to vote should do so as soon as possible so they can have their say on issues that affect their day-to-day lives. It only takes a few minutes to complete the form and register to vote online.”

For further information about the PCC election visit www.reigate-banstead.gov.uk/pccelection

Changes to Neighbourhood Policing in Surrey

This is an announcement from Gavin Stephens, Temporary Deputy Chief Constable of Surrey Police, on changes introduced this week to Neighbourhood Policing,

Surrey PoliceFollowing our extensive discussions over the past few months I am writing to remind you that Surrey Police’s new local policing model goes live on Sunday 3 April 2016.

As we have previously discussed the new model is part of our Policing In Your Neighbourhood project, which is a pro-active response to the new picture of crime in the UK. Burglary and car theft are down but have been replaced by challenging increases in complex and often more hidden offences like child sexual exploitation, domestic abuse and cybercrime. These offences require specialised investigative officers who will also work with partners to safeguard the vulnerable, and are essential in keeping the public safe.

Thank you to those who attended one of our briefings over recent months and I hope you found these to be productive and informative. If you were unable to attend, the briefing materials are still available through our website and give a full run-down of all the changes planned.

What you will see from 3 April?

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