Here is the latest newsletter from our Headington Neighbourhood team.
The neighbourhood team have now finished the consultation process for Headington. The Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) have now closed down the old priorities and set up three new ones. The new priorities are Parking, Littering and Anti Social Behaviour.
The Headington PCSOs recently set up a series of operations to tackle cycling on the pavement in Headington. The PCSOs issued tickets to those found offending. The roads targeted include London Road, Headley Way and Old High Street.
Robbery / Burglary
PCSO Steph Barras set up an operation in Headington along with PCSOs from other areas to provide high visibility and reassurance patrols. The patrols focussed on burglaries, theft of lead and robberies. The operation proved very successful.
Since the 13th March we have had 9 offences of arsons along the London Road and into Risinghurst and Sandhills, the offenders are targeting sale signs. We are investigating these incidents at the moment and appealing for witnesses. PC Eele has now put out a press release. The neighbourhood team will be increasing their patrols over the next couple of weeks.
We would still like to remind people about the cycle thefts across Headington even though we have recently seen a reduction. You can protect your bicycle with free postcode marking.
A postcode marked bicycle is more difficult for a thief to sell on and is much less likely to get stolen. If it does get ‘nicked’ and we find it, we can get it returned to you much easier. We provide tamperproof ‘postcoding kits’ or ‘bicycle passports’ free of charge. The advice on the passport is demonstrated on a new crime prevention video. If you would like a cycle passport then please contact PCSO Dave Hession by email: email@example.com. You can view the video by using the two links below or by visiting the Thames Valley Police website. www.thamesvalley.police.uk
Post coding – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4FQrP3zdxg
Bike locks – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xzhsvT0mLw
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