NSMRA NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH OCT’18 ISSUE

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Please always report any crime to the police.  They have advised that all reported crime will be added to their statistics and will reflect on their level of policing of our neighbourhood.

Your NSMRA Neighbourhood Watch representative:

Stephen Lloyd, 47 Newry Road TW1 1PJ

October update click here
October update click here
Contact Points sessions – forthcoming dates click here
www.met.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/how-to-report-a-crime/

www.police.uk/metropolitan/E05000527/

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www.cyberaware.gov.uk
 

 
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NSMRA Neighbourhood Watch – Vehicle stolen – your help needed

 

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Vehicle   Mini Cooper
Colour   Silver Grey
Reg        LL17HXW

If you spot this stolen vehicle please telephone the owner immediately – Simon 07788 157 251

This car (parked along mid-Haliburton Road) was first stolen 2 weeks ago but recovered in Eve Road. 
Earlier this week it was again stolen from the same vicinity and is still missing.

Your help is much appreciated. Thanks.
 

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NSMRA Neighbourhood Watch – August Crime figures, Advice from Crime Prevention Team…

 

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH UPDATE

Hello everyone.
The September newsletter will cover:

  • August Crime figures
  • October Contact point dates
  • Theft from van in Northcote/Haliburton Roads
  • Northcote Road Bridge update
  • Crime Prevention Team advice regarding car theft

CRIME DETAILS AUGUST 2018
Eugenia Venour, our Police Community Officer, has compiled the local crime details for us. Click here for details.

CONTACT POINTS OCTOBER 2018
Dates and times for October.
St Margaret’s Harris & Hoole Café
135 St Margaret’s Road, TW1 1RG
Tue 2 Oct     11am   – 12noon
Wed 10 Oct  12noon – 1pm
Thu 18 Oct   11am   – 12noon
Tue 23 Oct   12noon – 1pm

THEFT FROM VAN IN NORTHCOTE ROAD
A local resident reported their business vehicle (parked on the corner of Northcote/Haliburton Roads) was broken into on the night of 21st September and valuable equipment stolen.  If you have any footage of this incident can you please contact me.
If you are a victim of any crime or witness any crime can you please report this to the Police and then email me.  These records are important as they affect the level of policing in our area.

NORTHCOTE ROAD BRIDGE
New barriers are in place and the willow tree has been trimmed. 

CRIME PREVENTION TEAM ADVICE
Protect yourself from Scams
Residents from St Margaret’s Ward have reported scams over the phone and email.
You can sign up to the Telephone Preference Services to prevent marketing phone calls.
H&M Revenue & Customs, claiming funds. Do not open any links. They may contain viruses.
 
Message from Sergeant Jackson, Crime Prevention Team
An elderly male contacted me as he was phoned by a bogus police officer saying his bank account had been hacked by bank staff. The bogus police officer requested the male withdraw £3,800 from his bank, which he did. When he arrived home he remembered a scam presentation I gave so he contacted me. I dispatched officers immediately to his house as the bogus officer was on his way to collect the cash. The male was seen by police and both he and his cash are safe. Close call but the scam prevention DVD’s work.
Please click here to view Richmond Metropolitan Office’s Bogus Police Phone Scam   
 
Theft of BMW vehicles
Last month, a BMW was stolen from Pomeroy Close. The vehicle was located and recovered by using a trucking devise.
This month, two BMW were taken from Whitton Road and St Georges Road. Please see below some info and advice:
 
To reduce the chances of becoming a victim of keyless vehicle theft, please consider:

  • Using a steering wheel lock or gearstick lock in addition to the vehicle’s own security.
  • Purchasing a tracking device, to increase the chances of the vehicle being traced if it is stolen.
  • For advice on recommended security devices:

www.thatcham.org/security
www.soldsecure.com

Please click here for information on Keyless Theft of Motor Vehicles and 
here for Programming a Key (BMW Method) 

 

 

 

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NSMRA Neighbourhood Watch – Council Tax scam, Anti Social Behaviour, Roadwatch

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH UPDATE

Hello everyone.
There are quite a few things to update you on in this newsletter.
The newsletter will cover:

  • Current Council Tax Scam
  • Youth Anti-Social behaviour
  • Monthly Crime figures
  • Minutes of the Police Liaison Meeting

COUNCIL TAX REFUND SCAM
There is a warning about a scam going on relating to Council Tax refunds. Check this link:

www.richmond.gov.uk/warning_over_council_tax_refund_scams

The Council is quite clear in the message it is giving out when it says “Richmond Council does not initially contact residents regarding Council Tax refunds by phone.”  Any such call you do get is a scam so please be aware and do not fall victim to the fraudsters.

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR
Local Police have met residents in Moormead Park due to an increase of antisocial behaviour in the park from local youths causing distress to the residents.

The meeting recognised the need for young people to understand the consequences of such behaviour. This notice from the Police explains the consequences and provides information on how to report anti-social behaviour.  Please click here for details.

 

 

CRIME DETAILS JULY 2018
Once again Eugenia Venour, our Police Community Officer, has compiled the local crime details for us. Click here for details.

POLICE LIAISON GROUP MEETING
This link is to the minutes of the Police Liaison Group meeting held in July. These contain details of the Roadwatch scheme in Section 6.  I know there is some interest in. Please do take a look and let me know if you need any more information on it.  Click here for minutes.

 

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Neighbourhood Watch Aug 2018 – Doorstep Fraudster

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH UPDATE

Previously there have been reports of fraudsters in the area knocking on doors and claiming to be in need of help. This was along the lines of “relative in hospital” or similar and needing some funds to get to the hospital to see them.

It appears we have the return of this scam so please be aware. The video link attached shows a gentleman being challenged that he is a fraudster and immediately leaving. If you do have an experience like this do call 999  to report immediately.

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Police Contact Point Sessions

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH UPDATE

We have now received the time, dates and location of the local Police Contact Point sessions, where you can go and meet our local police officers for discussion on what is important to yourself, gain advice and simply to meet them. These are weekly sessions, do not be shy to attend.

In our area these are held at:

Harris & Hoole Café, 135 St Margaret’s Road

    • Tue 24th July – 1100 – 1300
    • Wed 1st Aug – 1100 – 1200
    • Thu 9th Aug – 1100 – 1200
    • Thu 16th Aug – 1200 – 1300
    • Tue 21st Aug – 1200 – 1300
    • Fri 31st Aug – 1300 – 1400
    • Thu 6th Sep – 1200 – 1300

We have received another report of suspected parcel theft from a doorstep in Haliburton Road. Please do remember to be at home if you can when a parcel is due or use of the local pick up services, there are several in the area you can use.

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH UPDATE

Hi I’m Stephen Lloyd, your new Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator – my contact detail is neighbourhoodwatch@nsmra.org
I have taken over from Jean Feord – a very hard act to follow. At NSMRA we would all like to thank Jean for the tremendous job she has done for the past years.
I attended the St Margaret’s and North Twickenham Police Liaison Group meeting week before last and will circulate the minutes of that in a second newsletter. One of the key topics discussed was that the policing of our area underwent a significant change in May. At this point I do not have an organisation chart of the new structure but an explanatory letter from Inspector Simon Ross is replicated the end of this newsletter.

We can expect monthly summaries of crimes in the area (June summary below) to continue which I will distribute via a newsletter – thanks to Eugenia Venour, our Police Community Officer.

One particularly unpleasant incident occurred this month on the corner of Orchard Road and St Margaret’s Road at approximately 3:10pm. A lady was on her way to pick up her children and a man on a bicycle ran into her from behind. She had just been using her phone and felt the cyclist was after it. He pushed her onto the brick wall after she challenged him but shouted at her to calm down.  He continued to nudge her with his bike as she attempted to cross the road.  When she challenged him again he told her to “chill out love”.  He then moved slightly away and only really cycled away towards the A316 when he realised our neighbour was acknowledged by other parents.

At the PLG meeting two other cycle group related incidents in the area were reported and the police.

We have been advised by the police that we must report such incidents as these are logged and decisions made about level of policing in our area is based on reported incidents.

JUNE 2018 – Crime figures – St Margaret’s and North Twickenham Ward

Burglary Residential Martineau Drive Victim property locked and secure unsure how someone has gained access to property and several items taken. No suspects seen. On this occasion no damage and person has targeted this item. Possibly someone with legal access taken advantage
Burglary Residential Martineau Drive Unknown suspect climbing onto balcony at the rear of the house opening an unlocked door. No burglary has actually taken place and the French door has been identified as having a faulty lock. The footage shows the shadow of a suspect standing on the balcony at the rear of the address and opening the French doors. The alarm is then activated and the suspect makes off without entering the property.
Burglary Residential Old Lodge,
St Margaret’s Road
Theft of bike that was in the bike shed in car park On-going investigation.
Burglary Commercial Restaurant,
St Margaret’s Road
Unknown suspects break into venue damaging door. Then stole till from inside. CCTV footage of suspects.
Burglary Commercial Off Licence, St Margaret’s Road Suspect approached venue ground front door hit once with a dot hammer, then kicked glass panel 2/3 times and gained access once inside stole contents of till and a bottle of alcohol then left venue through same door. The events are caught from the store CCTV, however there are no distinguishing features for the suspect.
Burglary Commercial Ailsa Road Victim had their building site broken into and their tools stolen from inside. Footprints preserved for forensic team.
Theft from Motor Vehicle Winchester Road Theft of Number plate On-going investigation.
Theft from Motor Vehicle Martineau Drive By two suspect opening car door which was apparently unlocked and searching car glove box removing property. CCTV footage of suspects.
Theft of Motor Vehicle Heathfield South Victim parked his motorbike on the drive for 15 or so minutes and when he came out it had been taken by unknown suspects. On-going investigation.

The Letter from Inspector Ross:

Dear Neighbourhood Watch Member,

I am writing to you to make you aware of some changes that have occurred recently. As some of you may be aware the Metropolitan Police Service are changing the way we operate; moving from 32 individual boroughs to 12 Basic Command Units (BCU’s). On 23rd May Richmond joined with Wandsworth, Kingston and Merton to become the South West BCU. Although a significant change I would like to assure you that neighbourhood policing is still a priority, that you will not see a drop in service and that each ward will continue to have two Police Constables and one PCSO dedicated to it.

As part of the merger I have moved from Wandsworth and have taken responsibility for neighbourhood policing within Richmond. Just to briefly give you an insight into my background I have previously worked within response policing, investigations, custody, safeguarding and neighbourhoods. Although I have not worked within Richmond before I have experience working within the South West having worked at Kingston, Hounslow and Wandsworth.

The other reason for writing is to let you know that, going forward, we will no longer be able to send the weekly crime figures we previously provided. There are several reasons for this and I wanted to explain the decision but also make you aware of what we can still offer.

Previously we were provided with the weekly crime figures broken down into wards. This meant we were able to disseminate the information to relevant NHW coordinators. We are no longer provided with these figures and instead are just provided with the overall borough figures. As such it would take a considerable amount of time to search our systems and identify the crimes on each ward. The PCSO who originally completed this work is now operational again and fortunately we have very few non-operational officers within neighbourhoods for Richmond and Twickenham. This is obviously a positive as it means our officers are out working in the community but it does mean I am unable to dedicate anyone to completing this time-consuming work.

The MPS do provide data on their website for individual wards. It is not weekly but it is updated monthly so should still provide you, and your fellow Neighbourhood Watch members, with useful information. The two links below offer you the opportunity to look up crime figures for your ward:

  • www.met.police.uk/a/your-area/ – This link allows you to input your postcode and get basic crime figures and bespoke crime prevention advice depending on the issues affecting your ward.
  • www.met.police.uk/sd/stats-and-data/ – This link takes you to our stats and data page. Here you can access a wide range of information including the crime data dashboard. The dashboard allows you to look at crime figures for the entire borough or individual wards. The dashboard allows you to search individual crime types, should you want to focus on specific crimes, and allows you to look at data across your chosen time period. The data goes back eight years so you can search crime figures over a long period of time to identify trends or you can just focus on the previous month to identify what has been happening recently within your ward.

I would also highlight that, although you will no longer be getting the weekly crime data broken down into streets, our teams search crimes within their wards every day they are on duty. If they identify crime trends, be it offence types or locations, they will pass this information on to the Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators so it can then be cascaded to all Neighbourhood Watch members. As such you will still be kept up to date with relevant information affecting their roads.
Whilst I understand you may have concerns that the weekly figures will no longer be sent out I hope you understand why we are no longer able to provide them and that the links provided help alleviate some of your concerns. I do believe that the links provide more usable data as the first includes prevention advice relevant to the crime figures and the second provides access to a much larger data set allowing you to search trends and crime types as well as providing up to date figures.
Lastly I would just like to thank you for your continued involvement and contribution to the Neighbourhood Watch program. Without your dedication to your communities we would not be able to achieve our goal of being the safest borough in London.

Yours sincerely,

Inspector Simon Ross

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UPDATE

Car Break-In

The person that broke into the car on Northcote Road did so by use of a remote controlled key – there was no forced entry.  The car was a Land Rover, and we know from a couple of years ago that these and BMWs are especially vulnerable to this type of break in.

The individual believed to be responsible was spotted checking out cars around 11.30pm, actually in a resident’s driveway very close to where the break-in occurred.

Stolen Bike 

We have also had a report of a bike stolen from Eve Road and sold very quickly on the Shpock App.  The bike is a Focus Cayo Ultegra model 2015.  If anyone has seen this bike or knows people who use the app, perhaps you could alert them to the fact that it has been stolen.  Police are obviously aware of the situation.

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Attempted break-in caught on nest cam

A resident on Newry Road caught an attempted break-in on their nest cam a couple of weeks ago.  A man, white, dressed in waterproof coat, blue hat, small backpack, was seen approaching the front door in broad daylight and attempted to open the door by rattling the lock.  He was then seen looking around the ground for any obvious place that a key might be hidden.  

Luckily he was not successful, but it is a warning not to leave keys anywhere they might be found.

Car Break-in Northcote Road

A Land Rover was broken into last night (Friday) on Northcote Road and valuables were stolen.  The valuables were not on display so this was an unfortunate hit, but a good reminder not to leave anything in the car, even out of sight.  We know from repeated incidents that our cars are regularly tested at night up and down the road, so please be vigilant with possessions and locking up.

Dodgy-looking man hanging around the Lock Bridge

A suspicious looking man was spotted acting very strangely around the Lock Bridge on Thursday evening.  A resident reported it to 101 even though there was a very long delay on the phone (well done for being persistent!).

Although by the time it was reported there was nothing the police could do at that time, it is really important to continue to report these incidents as the police can only act on information given to them and have specifically asked us to help them to build a profile of the area.

 

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Attempted break-in caught on nest cam

A resident on Newry Road caught an attempted break-in on their nest cam a couple of weeks ago.  A man, white, dressed in waterproof coat, blue hat, small backpack, was seen approaching the front door in broad daylight and attempted to open the door by rattling the lock.  He was then seen looking around the ground for any obvious place that a key might be hidden.  

Luckily he was not successful, but it is a warning not to leave keys anywhere they might be found.

Car Break-in Northcote Road

A Land Rover was broken into last night (Friday) on Northcote Road and valuables were stolen.  The valuables were not on display so this was an unfortunate hit, but a good reminder not to leave anything in the car, even out of sight.  We know from repeated incidents that our cars are regularly tested at night up and down the road, so please be vigilant with possessions and locking up.

Dodgy-looking man hanging around the Lock Bridge

A suspicious looking man was spotted acting very strangely around the Lock Bridge on Thursday evening.  A resident reported it to 101 even though there was a very long delay on the phone (well done for being persistent!).

Although by the time it was reported there was nothing the police could do at that time, it is really important to continue to report these incidents as the police can only act on information given to them and have specifically asked us to help them to build a profile of the area.


 

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Attempted garage break-in and Footbridge Meeting

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Happy new year to you all!

i have had a report from a resident of St Margarets Road that she disturbed an attempted break in to her garage at approximately 3.15 in the afternoon on the 9th January.  The man also attempted to break into the garage next door and according to the resident, didn’t seem to be remotely bothered that he was observed/disturbed in the process.

he was wearing blue jeans, black jacket and a black woollen hat and headed off in the Isleworth direction.

The incident has been reported to the police. If you experience anything similar, please also report it.


Footbridge meeting
there was a further meeting at the church this week with police and councillors.  The outcome will be a series of measures that will help to try to discourage mopeds from using the Footbridge and therefore making Northcote Road an easy cut through/escape.

one of the key issues, however, is that the police rely on residents to report all incidents.  This allows them to build up profiles of activity and potential repeat offenders, even if we do not see an immediate resolution to a problem.  

So please, call 101 to report something, call 999 if a crime is happening right now.

if you don’t report, there is little that can be done about reducing crime.  As a community we need to be decisive and proactive.

please email me after the event but don’t wait for me to do something about it – by that time it is too late!

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