Received from the Police:

Monthly report for Whitchurch, Hurstbourne Priors and Cole Henley
July 2017


PCSO 16140 Aimée Scott-Molloy
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Crime summary for 1st July to 31st July:

Total reported incidents – 33
Crimes recorded by the Home Office – 9

Below is a breakdown of the incidents police have been called to in the last month:

Action fraud – 1
Anti-social behaviour – 6
Assault – 2
Non-dwelling burglary – 1
Criminal damage – 1
Road traffic incidents (including driving complaints and vehicle seizures) – 7
Drug offences – 1
Impairment – 2
Suspicious incidents (including people and vehicles) – 6
Other incidents (including domestic disputes and mental health incidents) – 5
Other crime – 1

During the same time last year, there were 55 incidents reported to police; 22 more than this year.
These included 21 registered crimes; 12 more than this year.

Community policing priorities:

The current community policing priorities are burglary, anti-social behaviour, and road related issues


There was one non-dwelling burglary this month:

Crime reference 44170294616
30/07/2017 21:00 – 31/07/2017 07:00
Offenders have forced entry into a shed by cutting a lock. Nothing was stolen.

Road traffic issues

There were 7 traffic related matters this month, these included 2 driving complaints.
There were 4 road traffic collisions. Three collisions caused damage only and one caused a minor injury.
One vehicle was seized for no tax.

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If you wish to report an incident yourself, you can do so by contacting 101
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Or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
Please do not report any incidents via email

Please contact me if you have any questions,
PCSO 16140 Aimée Scott-Molloy