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September Community Forum cancelled

The Community Forum which was to be held in Studley on Thursday 14th. September 2017 has been CANCELLED.

We will let you know when the new date is scheduled.

Thank you to all who have been voting for the police priorities for the Community Forum. We have asked that those votes are retained for the next meeting.

Best wishes,

Jenny Buckley

Aggravated car related burglary - hand over your keys

If you are the victim of aggravated burglary which is car related, current police advice is to hand over your car keys.
Nobody wants to do this of course but we have had an incident where car thieves broke into an occupied house, causing extensive damage and injury to the occupants.  They wanted the car parked […]

Right Service, First Time - Is it the police you need?

Has an offence been committed? Is my complaint a police matter? These are some of these questions which have been addressed on the website  https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/RSFT

If it is not the responsibility of the police they  would like to help by directing you to the right partner agency who will be able to assist you. If you are […]

Crime Prevention Advice from the local police

We have seen a number of social media reports of incidents on the main roads from Redditch into Alcester relating to what people are calling ‘Crash for Cash’ accidents.

Definition: to stage or deliberately cause a road traffic collision solely for the purpose of financial gain.   The following information is taken from the Insurance Fraud Bureau […]

Be aware of opportunistic thieves

There have been reports of males on motorcycles cruising around our area and taking advantage of open doors etc. to steal whatever is to hand.
In Valley Road on Tuesday 4th July, two men broke into a house and, after searching, stole various items including the car. This was at 17:30  in daylight. They made off on a […]

Form for reporting incidents of anti social behaviour

Incident diaries have been distributed relevant local residents to help us establish the level of anti social behaviour we experience in our locality. A copy of the form and explanatory letter are available via the the links below. Please feel free to download and complete.

Dear Resident Incident Diaries 2017

Incident Diary for Collection 2017

Car key burglaries

There have recently been a number of crimes where premises have been broken into with the sole intention of stealing the owners’ cars. The internet has some very useful advice, but here are some extra crime prevention tips for this type of offence from Warwickshire police.

If you have the opportunity, always use a secure garage […]

Are your external doors secure?

A resident living on Earlswood Common recently suffered a break while he was asleep at night. Entry was forced  via a double glazed upvc door at the rear of the property. The thieves took his wallet and my car.

The thieves used a technique called “lock snapping” to get through the door. More info in the link below. It can […]

Warwickshire Cyber Crime Survey

How safe do you feel online? Help the Community Safety Team to get a picture of cyber crime in the region by completing the second annual cyber crime survey. Warwickshire, West Mercia, the West Midlands and Staffordshire have joined forces to launch the survey which will look at how people are affected by online crime and how aware they are of the dangers that exist. To fill […]

South Warwickshire Citizens' Academy

South Warwickshire Citizens’ Academy 

Warwickshire Police is offering people in South Warwickshire an exciting opportunity to learn about and experience the day-to-day workings of their local police force as part of the Citizens’ Academy. This programme provides local people over the age of 18 with a unique insight into Warwickshire Police’s work to protect people from […]