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Please come along and meet your local officers. In light of the recent spate of burglaries, they will be able to discuss any questions you may have and offer crime prevention advice.  

Chalfont St Peter Church Lane Car Park Pop Up Police Station Friday 5th April 2019 5-30pm - 7pm

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On Wednesday 27th March 2019 between 11.15 am and 1.30 pm a burglary occurred at Latchmoor Way, Chalfont St Peter. Unknown offenders have gained entry by smashing a side window and stolen jewellery. 
 
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Latchmoor Way please contact Amersham Police Station via the Thames Valley Police non emergency number, 101 and quote crime reference 43190093230. 

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On Thursday 28th March 2019 at 1.10 pm two burglaries occurred at Hill Farm Road, Chalfont St Peter. Unknown offenders have gained entry to one of the houses by forcing a rear window and the other house by forcing a side door, items have been stolen from both houses. 
 
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Hill Farm Road please contact Area CID, Amersham Police Station via the Thames Valley Police non emergency number, 101 and quote crime reference 43190094294 & 43190094715. 

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On Tuesday 28th May 2019 between 3 am and 4 am a burglary occurred at Grange Road, Chalfont St Peter. Unknown offenders have gained entry and stolen items.
 
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Grange Road please contact Area CID, Amersham Investigation Hub via the Thames Valley Police non emergency number, 101 and quote crime reference 43190159596.
 
If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Alternatively you can report this online at https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report/ quoting reference number 43190159596.
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Reports of a couple of distraction burglaries this afternoon - see this TVP Twitter post


Anyone seen anything - check elderly neighbours etc


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Noticed on social media that this has happened in Chalfont St Peter too. Not sure hiding the keys upstairs is ideal if they are desperate for the car:

Thames Valley Police is issuing advice to owners of high powered vehicles following a series of burglaries.

Over the last three months, over 30 burglaries have been committed across the south east of the Thames Valley area. These are being investigated as linked.

Houses with high powered vehicles parked outside are being targeted in this series of crimes. Offenders are breaking into these houses, searching downstairs for the car keys and then using them to steal the vehicle parked outside.

The burglaries have taken place predominantly across Wycombe, Chiltern & South Buckinghamshire, Windsor & Maidenhead and Slough.

Senior investigating officer Detective Inspector Gill Fox, based at High Wycombe police station, said: “This burglary series is understandably concerning for the local community and my team are conducting a thorough investigation to identify those responsible.

“While falling victim to a burglary is fortunately rare, I would like to encourage the owners of high powered vehicles to consider the following steps to help reduce their risk of becoming a victim of crime.

“If you have a garage, park your vehicle inside when it’s not in use so that it is not visible from the road. If you park your car on a driveway, consider blocking any high powered vehicles that are more desirable to thieves with other vehicles or equipment.

“Wheel clamps and steering wheel locks can be purchased, putting a barrier in place for thieves who intend to steal the car. Finally, don’t store your keys away from the front door or somewhere that they are easily seen, keep them somewhere that you wouldn’t expect to find them and if you can, consider placing them upstairs.”

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From 6 – 13 October 2019, Thames Valley Police are supporting the National Operational Rural Crime Week. We will be increasing the spotlight on operations to prevent and disrupt crime in rural communities.

Fly tipping is the common term used to describe waste that has been illegally deposited causing damage to the environment, costing businesses, landowners and tax payers millions every year.

Householder’s responsibility:

Householders are required by law to check that anyone removing waste from their property are authorised to do so.

Check waste carriers are a genuine and hold a waste carriers licence To check your waste carrier is holds a legitimate waste carriers licence contact Environment Agency on: 03708 506506 or on line at http://epr.environment-agency.gov.uk/ePRInternet/SearchRegisters.aspx

Most large skip companies will display their waste carrier licence number in the windscreen of their vehicle. If they are not registered, residents should refuse their service. If they claim to be registered but do not have any paperwork, residents can telephone the Environment Agency on 03708 506506 and request an instant Waste Carrier Validation
Record the registration number of any vehicle removing waste from your home Pay by cheque as payments can be traced if the waste is fly tipped. If they insist on cash refuse their service and request a receipt for their service.

Reporting Fly tipping:

Where house hold waste has been dumped (fly tipped) on adopted highway: Residents should contact their local authority / Borough Council who will arrange for its removal.
Where house hold waste has been dumped (fly tipped) private land: The land owner would be responsible for its removal by a licensed waste carrier.

Council’s can fine householders that hire a company to take materials away from their house that end up fly tipped

To find out more about waste crime visit: www.environment-agency.gov.uk/wastecrime
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Well done to local TVP Officers :

Officers on patrol in an unmarked car on Friday (11th Oct) saw 3 males run from an address in Little Chalfont to a vehicle. A discreet follow until all the right tactics were in place and 3 males were detained with the stolen property.

Following the arrest of 3 males, they were charged with burglary and remanded to the Magistrates Court today (Monday 14th Oct) 

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