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Nhwn Our News – E-Newsletter Latest Edition 27/01/2017 12:07:55 168264 January 27, 2017

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NHWN Our News – e-newsletter latest edition
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Dear valued Neighbourhood Watch member,

Here’s the latest edition of our monthly e-newsletter Our News.

(Just click on the words Our News above and you’ll be taken to the newsletter on our website!)

Inside this edition you’ll find:

• How to spot in seconds if your locks are up to scratch with great advice from ERA Home Security.
• News of how the Co-op Insurance is offering members 10% off home insurance policies and working hard to help victims of flooding.
• How to stay safe if you’re on-line dating this Valentine’s Day.
• News of how our Patron – best-selling author Peter James – is supporting police in Sussex.
And much more!

Don’t forget Our News is about you – our valued Neighbourhood Watch members. If you’ve got something to share about Neighbourhood Watch in your area then email lisa.parker and share your good news with Our News readers!

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Advisory on Theft Of Fuel Oil 07/01/2017 21:58:57 165875 January 8, 2017

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Theft of fuel oil Eden
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In the last month there have been 2 reports of theft of heating oil from domestic properties in the Eden area, one report between 22/12/2016 – 23/12/2016 in the Crosby Ravensworth area and the other between 24/12/2016 and 04/01/2017 in the Temple Sowerby area. Please be vigilant and consider the below security advice.
Location of the tank:
If possible locate the tank out of sight of the main road and in view of the house. Hiding the tank behind the garage, shed or some other type of outbuilding is fairly commonplace, but it can give the thief the advantage. Ensure the tank is within a reasonable distance of the road otherwise the oil supply company may not be able to refill it for you.
Securing your oil tank:
Secure your oil tank with a wooden or metal fence, trellis or wall can give significant protection to the tank. A metal grill or cage with a lockable access point across the top of this wall or fence can further improve security. The wall or fence should be as close to the tank and as high as possible. You could also consider chemically “tagging” the fuel.
Control switches:
Control switches that control the flow of oil should be turned off and the electricity supply isolated when the tank is not in use.
Padlocks:
Invest in a good quality lock, close shackle padlocks are the best as they offer most resistance to thieves. Due to their design, close shackle padlocks have very little of the metal hoop (shackle) exposed and bolt croppers cannot get a good grip.
Oil level gauges:
Remote electronic oil level gauges are now available which will set off an audible alarm if the oil level in the tank suddenly drops or falls below a quarter full. These gauges can be located in the kitchen, or perhaps a utility room to warn of any potential problem. Remember to check oil levels regularly, this will help you to monitor usage and check none has gone missing, this could also result in earlier reports of theft.
Security lights:
Consider installing security lights, low energy ‘dusk ‘til dawn’ lights positioned close to the tank should, in most cases, provide sufficient light to illuminate any suspicious activity. This type of light can be both effective and inexpensive. High powered lights can be used but care should be taken not to cause any nuisance to neighbours or road users.
Closed circuit television:
You could also consider the installation and use of CCTV, however before you spend lots of money on equipment make an assessment of your needs.
Securing Diesel in vehicles:
Ensure your vehicle is locked when unattended, consider installing anti-siphon devices. OFTEC or the “Oil Firing Technical Association for the petroleum industry” offers advice and guidance for those who use and store oil at their premises. There are certain rules and regulations that may apply to you and OFTEC will help clarify these for you. They can be reached at: www.oftec.org or by calling 0845 6585 080.
Remember be vigilant and report any suspicious activity including registration numbers of suspicious vehicles to the Police on 101 or 999 if a crime is in progress.

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Pcc Newsletter – December 2016 14/12/2016 11:50:55 164051 December 24, 2016

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PCC NEWSLETTER – DECEMBER 2016
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‘MAKING CUMBRIA AN EVEN SAFER PLACE’
NEWSLETTER – DECEMBER 2016
PETER McCALL

In this edition of my newsletter you can read about:

  • Launch of my Police and Crime Plan;
  • Cumbria’s Independent Custody Visitor Scheme;
  • Property and Community Funding Awards;
  • Public Engagement Events

Police and Crime Plan

In my last newsletter I told you about the consultation we carried out over the summer, in order to understand what your policing priorities are.Since then, I used this feedback to develop the Plan, along with the views of the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Panel. I am delighted now to say that we launched the Plan on 28 November. You can read the plan on my website. Alternatively, if you would like a hard copy, please get in touch with my office using the contact details at the bottom of this newsletter.

Independent Custody Visitor Scheme

As part of my remit, I operate an Independent Custody Visiting Scheme which currently has 45 volunteers. The scheme enables independent members of the local community to make weekly unannounced visits to check on the welfare of people in police custody. In the period June to September 2016 the visitors carried out a total of 63 visits and spoke to or observed 121 detainees in custody. During October the four Panels held one of their 4 monthly meetings when they talked about the visits they had carried out and raised any issues identified. These were then discussed with the local custody inspector.

As part of the scheme our volunteers have the opportunity to attend a North West regional conference. This year it was held on 15 October held at Haydock Park. The day provided seminar and training sessions relating to custody visiting and 18 of our volunteers attended.

If you would be interested in volunteering to be one of our Independent Custody Visitors you can find out more information on our website.

Property Fund Applications

In October, I reviewed applications for funds from my property fund, and I am happy to say that I was able to award almost £3,000 to local community groups from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Property Fund.

The Property Fund was established to reinvest money seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act. Local community groups together with their Community Policing Teams make applications for funding for various projects and initiatives, and put the money to good use for the positive benefit of our communities.

This time round, the following groups were successful:

Ulverston Otters Amateur Swimming Club £500
Gosforth Amateur Dramatic Society £300
Turning Point £1,000
Wigton Youth Station £1,000

I was really pleased to see such a variety of community groups coming forward for funding in conjunction with their Community Policing Teams. The awards include providing support to sporting and recreational clubs which give young people a great opportunity to keep busy and healthy, as well as funding for some of the most vulnerable groups in our communities.

In early December I was fortunate to visit Gulliver House, which is run by Turning Point, in Whitehaven. Gulliver House is a 24 hour supported living, recovery and rehabilitation service in West Cumbria that provides intensive support to nine individuals with significant mental health issues to encourage them to take control over their own life situation

If you would like to make an application to the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Property Fund, please contact your local Community Policing Team and they will be able to work with you through the criteria and process. The closing date for the next round of applications is 28 February 2017. For more information, please see my website

Community Fund Applications
Another funding option for local communities that meet the eligibility criteria is my Community Fund, which is specifically for access by the local community, third sector and voluntary groups within Cumbria. It is aimed at supporting projects that are provided within local communities for the benefit of that community.
The fund is particularly looking to support organisations which believe they can have an impact on the priorities within the Police and Crime Plan:-

  • Anti- Social Behaviour – including Alcohol- Related Offending
  • Youth Justice
  • Rural Crime
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Sexual Violence
  • Support for Victims
  • Preventing Re-offending
  • Veterans
  • Hate Crime which encompasses hate, disability, sexual orientation, race, transgender, and religion
  • Cyber Crime

The objective is to support community groups to deliver a change within their community which benefits members and supports the Police and Crime Plan.
Following my review of applications in the autumn, I am very pleased to be able to provide funding to the following groups:

Maryport Amateur Boxing Club £10,000
Cumbria Youth Alliance £9,750
Age UK West Cumbria £10,000
Appleby Heritage Centre £6,000
Colton Parish Council £7,824
Mirehouse Residents Group £9,420
Ragged Edge Productions £2,430

Triple A Project (CROPT) £10,000

In November I was really pleased to visit the Appleby Heritage Centre to see the training they provide for young people, because it is a great example of what my Community Fund is designed to do – in that we are funding a project that is within the local community for the benefit of that community. Their application appealed to me because I am a firm believer that they can deliver relevant and practical education and training to enable young drivers to drive safely and responsibly.

The aim of the training is for our young people to be more informed about road safety, appropriate driving behaviours and attitudes, as well as understanding the impact of anti-social behaviour on others and themselves. Participants will also learn how to carry out safety checks and repairs on their own vehicles, as well as what they need to do to meet legal standards. All in all it is a really comprehensive package which I am sure will reap great benefits and make our roads safer and ultimately save lives.

The closing date for the next round of applications is Monday 3 April 2017. For more information, please see my website for more information:

Engagement Events

During November I carried out a number of public drop-in events, giving people the opportunity to come along and have a chat about policing, and raise any issues they might have.I have been to the Auction Marts at Longtown and J36, Crooklands, the Network Centre in Millom, the Local Links Centre in Silloth. Some of the issues raised at these events included concerns about the 101 system, rural crime/poaching, speeding/anti-social driving, and fears about the future funding effecting numbers of police officers.

As with any complaints I receive through email, calls and letters about quality of service issues, I feed this sort of intelligence back to the Chief Constable’s office, so that they are aware of what people are experiencing.It also gives them the opportunitiy to look at some of their processes and see how they might improve. In respect of the concerns over the response times for the 101 non-emergency service, this is something I am keeping an eye on, and am receiving weekly reports from the Chief Constable on how the Communications Centre is performing and what steps they are taking to manage response times.

Peter McCall
Police and Crime Commissioner
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Forthcoming engagement dates for your diary:

December
7th Public Accountability Conference, Carleton Hall, Penrith
8th Public Drop-In – Lunesdale Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale 10am – Noon.
13th Anniversary of The Bridgeway Sexual Assault Services Launch, Media event
14th
  • Public Drop-in – Market Hall, Wigton 15:30 – 17:30
  • Town Council Meeting, Wigton – Evening
23rd Festive Friday Walkabout in Carlisle from 3pm
January
Various dates Quarterly meetings with district councils
19th Speaking Engagement at the Probus Club, Penrith
23rd Police and Crime Panel Meeting, Penrith
27th Speaking Engagement, National Holocaust Memorial Day, Dalston
28th The ‘Big Sleep’ Charity Event, Cumbria Foundation Winter Warmth appeal

Contact details: commissioner
Tel: 01768 217734 www.cumbria-pcc.gov.uk

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Barn Broken Into Inglewood Bank, Penrith 05/12/2016 18:01:05 163119 December 5, 2016

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Subject: Barn Broken Into Inglewood Bank, Penrith 05/12/2016 18:01:05 [163119]

BARN BROKEN INTO INGLEWOOD BANK, PENRITH
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Police Alert – A Barn was broken into and a "Steel 410 Stihl Saw" was stolen from the Inglewood Bank Area Near penrith (between Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th December) the locks were forced off the double wooden doors to gain entry.
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Environment Agency Recovery And Maintenance Programme 15/11/2016 16:09:57 161042 November 15, 2016

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Environment Agency recovery and maintenance programme
This message is sent via Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch on behalf of The Environment Agency by Maria Ullyart (Environment Agency, Flood Resilience Advisor – PP and Community Engagement, Cumbria)

This is the weekly update of Environment Agency (EA) activities taking place in the next 7 days. – If your community is not included in this list it means work is not taking place this week, however the information below does not represent the full list of scheduled work due to be carried out.

The Environment Agency has reached a key ‘winter ready’ milestone with all those communities affected by flooding last winter now having the same level of flood protection they had before winter 2015/16.
To view the actions planned for your community further ahead than this week visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cumbria-flood-action-plan
This week the following work and activities will be taking place, subject to weather, conditions on site and need to respond to a major incident.

Appleby:
We have completed the repair work to the river embankment walls near the bridge at Holme Street.
Braithwaite:
Flood defence work completed. This can be viewed at: http://www.vision-link.co.uk/braithwaite.php .
Road resurfacing completed and the road is now open.
Carlisle:
Caldew Maltings replacement of lift up flood defences with permanent glass panel defences – the concrete work will take place in December and installation of the glass panels in January.
Barrel House – Flood proof windows installed, and first half of the initial layer of concrete spray for the external walls was completed last week and second half to be completed early this week. The second and final layer will be sprayed on at the end of this week.
Coniston:
Completed gravel removal – 80-100 tonnes of gravel removed from Church Beck.
Glenridding:
Monitoring of the gravel continues.
The construction of the defence wall on the right bank is now completed – work on the left bank continues. This project can be viewed via the time lapse camera via this link: http://www.telemetry-data.com/open?profile=Glenridding
Staveley:
Work to rebuild and underpin the walls along the River Gowan in the village has been completed.
Troutbeck Bridge:
Trial digs will be commencing soon to locate buried services prior to replacing the culvert upstream of the A591.
Warcop:
Warcop Flood Forum, we are attending a meeting on Monday 21st November 2016, 7pm at Warcop Village Hall to consult on the Flood Investigation Report. This is a report that details what, when, why and how the flooding occurred on 5th December.
Workington:
Work has commenced on strengthening the embankment and resealing of the flood defence wall at Barepot.

Be flood ready. It is important that you are prepared for flooding and we encourage you to take 3 simple steps:-
1. Sign up to Floodline Warnings Direct to receive free flood warnings
2. Know what to do when a flood warning is issued. We encourage you have a personal flood plan for you and your family
3. Keep an eye on the situation. You can view a 5 day weather forecast and monitor river levels online

All this information is available on our website www.gov.uk/flood or by ringing Floodline on 0345 988 1188
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Theft Of Sheep 13/11/2016 14:26:12 160781 November 15, 2016

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Theft of Sheep
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69 Swaledale Ewes 58 lambs (half are mules, other half were Swaledales) were stolen from the Warcop area between October and 5 November 2016. They have horn burns with letters JA. Ear mark far right ear, upper bit and under bit. Wool mark green pop on loin and neck, Incident ref 194 of 12/11/16. Any info ring 101 or email 101 PCSO 5169 Allinson is dealing.

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Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association Conference And Agm 29/10/2016 11:48:32 159381 October 29, 2016

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Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association Conference and AGM
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This a reminder that the Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association annual Conference and Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday the 19th of November at Sandylands Methodist Community Centre, Sandylands Road, Kendal LA9 6EU. Registration and Coffee is at 10.00 and the event will start at 10.30, finishing at 12.30 with a complementary buffet lunch. Please note that the timings have changed slightly from our original message. The programme for the day is attached to this message together with the formal AGM notice. If you didn’t respond to the original message but would like to attend please respond to this message. Thank you.

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New Chairman For Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association (Cnwa) 26/08/2016 12:14:19 154193 August 26, 2016

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New Chairman for Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association (CNWA)
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Joe Murray QPM

Joe Murray QPM is the new chairman of CNWA taking over from David Farmer who recently moved away from Cumbria.

Joe is a former police inspector in West Cumbria who retired from the Police in 2011 and was honoured to be awarded the Queens Police Medal. Prior to joining the Force, Joe, born in Workington, worked in the local coal mine and the steel works before joining the Army serving as a Military Policeman in Germany, Northern Ireland and finally in Hong Kong.

In his last six years in the Constabulary he was the community safety inspector for West Cumbria and was heavily involved in partnership working with a variety of agencies. This provided him with many opportunities to impact on community activities around crime prevention and community resilience.

The recent flooding in the County created many difficulties and still does but Joe points out that it also demonstrated the brilliant community spirit and basic neighbourliness which exists in Cumbria and, as he points out, is the touchstone of the Neighbourhood Watch Movement. Joe is looking forward to working with CNWA and its partners to ensure that such community spirit and neighbourliness continues and develops in our wonderful County.

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall said:

“I am delighted to hear that Joe has been appointed the new Chairman of CNWA. Joe has a wealth of experience and knowledge to bring to the role, none more so than his vast experience of partnership working and community safety. I am a great believer in the need for us all to work together to keep Cumbria safe, and I see CNWA as a key player in this.”

If anyone might be interested in getting involved with CNWA and its work Joe would be happy to discuss the options. He can be contacted at: cumbrianwa
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Advisory on Bogus Callers 22/08/2016 14:54:35 153884 August 22, 2016

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Advisory On Bogus Callers
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Over the last few weeks there have been a number of reports of doorstep callers in our area, please follow the advice below when dealing with doorstep callers.

Not all burglars break into homes – some will try to trick or con their way in. They are known as bogus callers and will pretend to be on official business from respectable concerns such as the Utility Companies – Gas, Electricity and Water – or the Council. They may claim to be tradesmen or workmen calling to carry out urgent repairs.

Bogus callers succeed because they sound believable, so don’t be fooled. Make sure in your own mind that they are whom they claim to be by following these simple steps:

  • Always keep your front & back door locked
  • When someone calls at your door, try to see who it is, always use your chain
  • Always ask for proof of identity. Genuine tradesmen will carry an identification card with a photo on it
  • Only use trusted & recommended tradesmen; ask friends, relatives or neighbours or contact Age Concern or Trading Standards
  • Do not allow anyone you don’t know into your home, if they ask you to go outside – don’t!
  • If the caller wants to sell you something or wants to do any jobs for you say “No thanks” & close the door straight away
  • Never tell callers you are on your own
  • If you are unsure ask them to call back later & arrange for someone to be with you when they return
  • Beware of callers who attempt to distract you by claiming that they have seen something untoward in your rear garden or somewhere which may encourage you to leave your house – they may have an accomplice awaiting this distraction.
  • If in doubt, keep them out!!

Treat every stranger with caution. If you are still worried, dial 999 immediately and ask for the police.
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Volunteering Matters – Latest Issue August 22, 2016

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The latest edition of Volunteering Matters may be of interest to our members.


Subject: Volunteering Matters – Latest Issue

Dear All

Please see Issue 14 of Volunteering Matters which I hope you enjoy.

Please upload this to your websites/social media etc and circulate it further to people you think may be interested.

Thank you to those who have submitted articles – without you there would not be a magazine about our Citizens in Policing.

Please forward any new submission by the end of the month for Issue 15

Best Regards

Tina Shelton

Regional Coordinator, Special Constabulary & Police Support Volunteers

Telephone 07901 678600

Based at Greater Manchester Police

GMP Police Headquarters, Central Park, 4th Floor – Neighbourhood Confidence & Equality Team

Postal Address Greater Manchester Police, Openshaw Complex, Lawton Street, Manchester. M11 2NS

To contact the police in an emergency call 999 or to contact Greater Manchester Police for a less urgent matter call 101.
For the latest news and information about your Neighbourhood Policing Team visit www.gmp.police.uk. You can also follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/gmpolice or find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/GtrManchesterPolice , Flickr: www.flickr.com/gmpolice1 or YouTube: www.youtube.com/gmpolice

You can find your local policing team on social media at www.gmp.police.uk/socialmedia.
Download our smartphone app from the App Store or Google Play www.gmp.police.uk/apps

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