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Stratford Rural Area

Farrier Tools Stolen From Van in Warwick

Overnight on 16th/17th September, two offenders broke into a van parked at a hotel in Warwick and stole a number of farrier tools. If you have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and refer to inc 75 of 17/9/18 or let us know online at www.warwickshire.police.uk.  This includes…

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Fly Tipper Taken to Court

On Tuesday 21st August Mr Roeg Wadham, from Clifton Campville, attended Nuneaton Magistrates’ Court to be sentenced following a previous guilty plea in July for 5 fly tipping offences across three Local Authority areas. The Court emphasised the seriousness of the five fly tipping offences, stating that fly-tipping was blighting the countryside and that Council’s…

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Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner September Newsletter

The latest news from the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner September 2018 This has been a busy month for my office, as work to complete tender documentation for a range of commissioned services for victims of crime was completed. This marks an important stage in my plan to develop further the way I fund services…

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Shipston Teenager Convicted For Assault and Anti Social Behaviour

A 19-year-old has been convicted and given a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) for an assault and anti-social behaviour offences. Johnathan Carter of Donnington Road, Shipston, appeared at Leamington Magistrates’ Court today (Wednesday 19 September). Johnathan Carter On 19 June this year, Carter was arrested for riding a non road-legal pit bike at Shipston High School,…

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Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioners Award 2018 – Do You Know Someone You Would Like To Nominate?

The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Award for Excellence in Policing and Community Safety  recognises outstanding and sustained work in support of the ambitions of the objectives of the Warwickshire Police and Crime Plan.  Launched in 2017, the annual award is open to police officers, PCSOs, police staff and volunteers as well as members of the public,…

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Theft From Driveway in Upper Tysoe

Inc 191 of 17/9/18 Between 1600hrs on 16/09/2018 and 0900hrs on 17/09/2018 unknown offender(s) removed two storage metal radiator casings from a driveway at Poolgate, Upper Tysoe, Warwick .

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Incidents Reported in Shipston on Stour

Inc 266 of 18/9/18 At approximately 1430hrs today unknown offender(s) removed Makita power tools: strimmer, chain saw, hedge trimmer, 3 x De Walt specking boxes and a bag of assorted hand tools from a parked van.  A silver Peugeot estate was noted driving off at speed from the area. Inc 237 of 18/9/18 At around 1410hrs…

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Warwickshire Police Knife Surrender Campaign

On Tuesday 18th September Warwickshire Police launched a week-long knife surrender campaign. We’re asking people to help us make the streets of Warwickshire safer for everyone by anonymously surrendering their knives in a bin located at one of our police stations. There’s no need to leave any details. Chief Superintendent David Gardner said: “Although knife…

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Local Policing Newsletter for Southam and Surrounding Area

Local policing newsletter for the Southam Safer Neighbourhood Team covering the villages of: Southam, Avon Dassett, Farnborough, Fenny Compton, Ladbroke, Priors Hardwick, Priors Marston, Wormleighton, Bascote, Long Itchington, Ufton, Lower Shuckburgh, Napton, Stockton, Bishops Itchington, Chesterton, Deppers Bridge, Harbury : Southam_Newsletter_09

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Van Stolen in Baginton

At approximately 13:30hrs Wednesday 05-SEP-2018 unknown offenders stole a white Ford Transit van that was parked on a residential driveway on Coventry Road, Baginton. Two males in a small silver vehicle were seen to park opposite the property. The passenger exited the silver vehicle and proceeded to steal the van with keys. If you have…

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