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Dear Watch Member,

Please find here the latest edition of the informative and interesting newspaper created by an independent organisation.

If you have problems downloading the newspaper, please look at the help section in this message.

Alternatively, you can search for http://www.whocanyoutrust.org.uk and scroll to the bottom of that home page to find November's edition for Hertfordshire.

Herts Watch Out Magazine Nov 2017 (496 KB)
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Regards,
Sandra Jackson
Community Coordinator
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

We would like to invite you to the Dacorum Community Safety Partnership meeting on Monday 20 November 7.30pm here at The Forum in the Council Chambers.

An opportunity to share your thoughts and concerns as a resident of Dacorum and to hear what’s going on with Feedback form the Fire services and the Police.

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Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

The British Red Cross have recently released a free Emergency App for apple and android devices that provides real-time alerts, severe weather warnings and practical advice to the public in preparing for and responding to emergencies. The app can also be set up to provide alerts that may affect family or friends elsewhere in the country. The Constabulary has engaged with the Red Cross on this and would recommend it as an excellent way in helping individuals and communities to prepare for and be informed about local emergencies. It is timely, as winter approaches and severe weather events become more likely, to circulate these details now and we would encourage you to consider downloading and using this app to help ensure you are better informed and prepared.

The British Red Cross are very keen to work with us to help improve the resilience of our communities to deal with such events and to improve what the app offers, so would welcome any feedback users of the app may have.

It can be downloaded from their website http://www.redcross.org.uk/emergencyapp

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Regards,
Derrick Sweeney
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Tel: 01707 355841

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Dear Watch Member,

Hertfordshire Constabulary is taking part in a national drive to reduce the number of firearms that are vulnerable to falling into criminal hands.

The campaign will run between November 13 and 26, during which members of the public will be encouraged to surrender any firearms in their possession to the police.

Hertfordshire remains one of the safest counties in the country and has little gun crime. However, this operation is being carried out in support of the national campaign, which along with other crime prevention initiatives, will contribute to making Hertfordshire and neighbouring counties safer places in which to live.

The campaign in Hertfordshire is mainly aimed at those who have firearms in their possession that are not licensed, either through inheritance, or that are otherwise unwanted.

If you have a firearm in your possession that you do not want contact the firearms surrender team on 101.

Specially trained officers will then arrange to come and collect the weapon, or advise you on how to apply for the required certificate. Alternatively you can arrange an appointment to bring the weapon to Hatfield Police Station to surrender it during the amnesty.

Members of the public can surrender any firearms, anonymously if they wish, without fear of prosecution for firearms licensing offences, so if you have an unwanted firearm this is the time to get rid of it.

If you own a firearm and would like to discuss applying for a certificate to enable you to continue to own it legally, please call the firearms surrender team on 01707 806126.

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Regards,
Daniel Atkinson
Corporate Communications
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

Between 16.30 on Thursday 9thy November and early the next day a building site at the top of Vicarage lane was broken into (chain locking gates broken) a digger and a “micro” dumper truck was taken with a combined value of approx. £37,000. A vehicle (lorry/trailer?) would have had to have been used to remove them; if you saw anything suspicious please contact us via the 101 number quoting crime no. D1/17/9067

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Regards,
Ian Martin
PCSO, Kings Langley & Nash Mills
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

Friday 10th November, 10am till 12pm

Nuffield Health, Maylands Avenue at Costa Coffee

This is an opportunity to speak with a local officer about any issues or concerns that you might have that you feel are relevant to the Police.

Safety advice literature will also be available plus an engraver for tool marking.

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Regards,
Julian Randall-Stratton
Police Community Support Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Tel: 01707 354192

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Dear Watch Member,

Hertfordshire Constabulary is reminding residents to keep their homes secure and report suspicious behaviour as the afternoon and evenings grow darker.

During the autumn and winter burglaries often increase, so police will be focusing on burglary as a priority with targeted patrols, and also providing residents with advice on home security, property marking and general crime prevention.

Safer neighbourhood officers will be holding crime prevention events across the county giving away free burglary prevention packs and offering advice on keeping homes and valuables safe.

Residents are also being advised to make their homes as secure as possible and consider installing some of the new security devices which have come onto the market lately. There is now a variety of inexpensive security lights and wifi-enabled doorbell cameras and interior cameras fitted with motion sensors, which enable you to monitor your home remotely using your phone.

These kinds of devices can be easily installed for minimal expense and have been successful in thwarting a number of burglaries.

Residents can make their homes more secure by following some basic crime prevention advice such as:

  • Ensure doors are double locked at all times. Keep windows closed and locked.
  • Consider installing a door bell camera, internal camera and/or monitored burglar alarm.
  • Install ‘dusk to dawn’ external lighting and use timer switches in your home to control internal lights, radios and a simulated TV.
  • Keep keys and valuables secure and out of sight.
  • Ensure boundary fences are secure with side gates locked. Keep tools and ladders in a locked shed.
  • Join Hertfordshire’s Neighbourhood Watch for alerts and advice: www.owl.co.uk.
  • Visit www.owlprotect.uk for discounts on security products.
  • For crime prevention advice visit www.herts.police.uk/protectyourhome and www.hertscitizensacademy.org.

For information please contact Dan Atkinson, Senior Press and PR Officer,on 01707 354581.

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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
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Dear Watch Member,

Hertfordshire Police are working with the Illegal Money Lending Team (England) to steer residents away from borrowing from loan sharks in the lead up to Christmas.

A loan shark is someone who lends money illegally without the correct authorisation from the Financial Conduct Authority. Loan sharks normally appear friendly at first, but this behaviour soon changes once monies are owed.

It’s easy to fall in to the grip of a loan shark; they seem like friendly people at first, someone who you might refer to as a close neighbour or colleague.

Here at Hertfordshire Police, we understand it can sometimes be scary to ask for help, but if you call the Illegal Money Lending Team (England) on 0300 555 2222, you can speak to a member of the team anonymously or in confidence. They are there to help, not judge, and will let you know what your options are so you can decide what to do.

For more information, visit www.stoploansharks.uk

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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
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Dear Watch Member,

Free Call blockers for people living with Dementia

The Department of Culture Media & Sport provided funding to the National Trading Standards Scams Team for call blockers to tackle the issue of nuisance calls. The current focus is on protection of consumers with dementia.

The public launch will go live on the 6th November 2017. On this date free call blockers will be available to any person living with dementia that is currently receiving scam or nuisance calls. We are asking for your support to publicise this initiative and also to help us identify anyone that may qualify and benefit from having a call blocker.

To get a FREE call blocking device YES should be answered to the following 1. Do you or the person you are applying for receive nuisance and scam calls? 2. Does the person who would like the call blocker have dementia? If you answered yes to the above then please apply at www.friendsagainstscams.org.uk/callblocker

The units available are trueCall Secure units and more information about the units can be found at https://www.truecall.co.uk/product-p/tcs.htm

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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
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Dear Watch Member,

Police are urging people to guard against phone Scams.Several methods have been used by fraudsters to try and con victims out of cash.

A 53-year-old woman in the Buntingford area was contacted by a woman who claimed to be from BT and told the victim they had viruses on their computer. The victim was then transferred to a ‘security expert’ who accessed her computer remotely. The offender then became threatening and told the victim to go to Tesco and purchase £5,000 worth of iTunes vouchers. Officers intervened and no purchase was made.

87-year-old man from Markyate was contacted and told that he owed £500 to HMRC. The victim was persuaded to purchase £500 worth of iTunes vouchers as payment and read the codes over the phone to the offender.

65-year-old man from Stevenage was contacted by a man claiming to be from HMRC who stated he owed taxes. The victim was told to purchase iTunes vouchers from outlets and read the codes over the phone. He then transfered money over to a Bitcoin account. He lost £11,500 to the fraudsters.

Phone scams have been received in Hertsmere, offenders call victims and claim to be police officers investigating fraudulent activity on their bank accounts. They then ask the victims to hand cash or bank cards over to a courier as part of a false investigation. No money was lost on these occasions.

DS Jon Leak, who leads the investigation team, said: “We continue to bring offenders to justice. Convictions have already been secured, these scams are still occurring using a variety of methods. Many people recognise them for what they are and refuse to part with any money.People are still falling prey to these fraudsters and lose thousands of pounds. You will never be asked by Police, Banks or HMRC, to purchase iTunes vouchers as payment. Police and Banks would never ask for your PIN or for you to hand cash and bank cards over to a courier.

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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
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Dear Watch Member,

Fire safety Advice from Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue this Halloween

Don’t let Halloween fun turn into a Halloween nightmare. Know the dangers of Halloween costumes and candles. Please see full safety advice attached.

Fire safety Advice from Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue this Halloween (2851 KB)
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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
Telephone 999 in an emergency where there is a danger to life or a crime is in progress.
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Dear Watch Member,

You might be aware that we have been selling OWL Card Minders which protect contactless credit and debit cards from being scanned and used without your knowledge. For £1 each these are an effective way to help prevent yourself from being a victim of this crime. These were featured again as a repeat on a recent BBC1 Rip Off Britain programme (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p047z45q)

Did you know you can also buy passport protection wallets, because passports also have the RFID chips which can be scanned and your details taken without your knowledge?

Please go to owlprotect.uk to see more information. This online store is run by Hertfordshire Neighbourhood Watch volunteers, with ALL profits going to Macmillan Cancer Support and local Neighbourhood Watch.

Through owlprotect.uk you can also buy Patlock devices that are an additional safety device for patio doors, as well as telephone call blocking devices, UV marker pens and other home and personal safety products.

Neighbourhood Watch members in Hertfordshire are also able to purchase Ring.com video doorbells at a discount by emailing moc.gnir|lwo#moc.gnir|lwo and finding out the discount code. Please go to www.ring.com for more information about how you can see who is at your front door using your smartphone, even if you're not at home. As a NHW member you are also entitled to a FREE door chime pro.

A ring.com video doorbell might be ideal for you to buy for an elderly relative, so you can see who is knocking at their door as well. Internet is required. All information is at the ring.com website, as well as help with any questions you might have.

Help to protect yourself and your family members from being a victim of crime.

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Regards,
Sandra Jackson
Community Coordinator
Neighbourhood Watch
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Can you help

Dear Watch Member,

Ref: 1031 MD October 20, 2017

Have you seen this watch?

Officers investigating a burglary in Bovingdon have released a photo of a watch that was stolen in an attempt to trace it.

Between 1.30pm and 5pm on Monday, October 2, offender(s) gained entry to a house on Vicarage Lane.

Along with a quantity of cash and keys, the following items were taken:

· A Cartier Tank Francaise Watch (attached is a photo of a matching version)
· A Bose Wave Music System 2 with a Bose CD Changer attachment
· A Samsung PS43F4500 Smart TV and remote control
· A white Bose Lifestyle 650 surround sound system
· A pair of black Bose Sound True 2 around ear headphones
· A Bose Wave Music System
· An 18ct white gold 7 diamond eternity ring
· A silver ring with a large oval green amber stone
· A Bose Soundlink 3 bluetooth speaker
· A JVC 32” LT-32C650(A) LED Smart TV and remote control

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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
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Dear Watch Member,

Please find here the latest edition of the informative and interesting newspaper created by an independent organisation.

Alternatively, you can search for www.whocanyoutrust.org.uk and scroll to the bottom of that home page to find October's edition for Hertfordshire.

Herts Watch Out Oct 2017 (1090 KB)
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Regards,
Sandra Jackson
Community Coordinator
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

You may have been aware that yesterday was Anti-Slavery Day, and I would like to take this opportunity to bring these abusive and inhumane crimes to your attention.

You may have seen reports in the media of police operations to tackle those suspected of slavery offences both here in Hertfordshire and elsewhere in the UK.

These operations are often the result of intelligence received from vigilant members of the public who have seen something that has concerned them and they have reported it.

The Hertfordshire Modern Slavery Partnership has launched a campaign to encourage people to be aware of the signs that someone may be being exploited.

I would urge you to read this webpage which tells you some of the signs to look out for.

https://www.modernslaveryhelpline.org/learn-more/general/spot-the-signs

If you have concerns about someone or need advice I would urge you to call the Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700.

To report a crime to police call 101 or go to www.herts.police.uk and follow the links. If you believe someone is imminent danger or a crime is happening now, always dial 999.

Or if you prefer call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Detective Superintendent Dave Wheatley, Serious and Organised Crime Command, Hertfordshire Constabulary

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Regards,
Daniel Phillips
Senior Press & PR Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

Vote for your neighbourhood policing priorities! This is your opportunity to influence policing priorities in your neighbourhood for the coming months. Please note that this concerns the day-to-day policing work of your local Safer Neighbourhood Team; any major crimes or incidents will of course be dealt with as a matter of urgency. Please spare just one minute to vote online.

The link below can only be used once so please avoid sharing it with others. If you know someone who would like to participate next time please ask them to sign up to OWL as you have already done.

Thanks for taking part Inspector Jeff Scott

Please click here to view the survey. It will open in your web browser.

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Regards,
Philip Waine
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Police Contact Advice:
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Missing William Bangs has been found safe

Dear Watch Member,

Missing 77 year old William Bangs was found safe in North Watford on Tuesday morning.

Thank you for your assistance.

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Regards,
Victoria West
Press & PR Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

Police are urgently appealing for the public’s help in locating a missing man from Hemel Hempstead.

Seventy-seven-year-old William Bangs was last seen at Watford General Hospital in Vicarage Road at around 7pm yesterday (October 2).

William is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall and of medium build. He is bald and was last seen wearing a maroon jumper and dark brown trousers.

William might appear confused and might be attempting to get to his home in Hemel Hempstead.

Officers and William’s family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare and ask anyone who sees him, or knows of his whereabouts, to contact Hertfordshire Constabulary immediately via 101.

An image has been included below to accompany this message. Please scroll down to view it. If you can't see it you may need to select "display images". Alternatively check if it's a separate attachment.

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Regards,
Daniel Atkinson
Corporate Communications
Neighbourhood Watch
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Dear Watch Member,

We are urging residents to review their home security following a number of burglaries.

In the past month, there have been 45 incidents reported to police, with offences predominantly being committed during the day, with early afternoon being the peak time.

Cash, small electrical items and jewellery are the most common items being stolen.

Detective Inspector Sam Khanna, from the Dacorum Local Crime Unit, said: “In the vast majority of these cases offenders have gained entry to properties by smashing glass in rear windows or patio doors.

“I would urge residents to keep their homes as secure as possible by ensuring access is not easily gained to rear gardens. Keep all gates locked and make sure fencing is in good repair. Thorny plants or trellis on top of perimeter fences will also help to deter intruders.

“Ensure that garden tools, such as forks and spades, are kept locked away in a shed or garage as we have seen instances of these tools being used to smash the windows.”

Patrols have been stepped up and police are asking anyone who witnesses any suspicious activity to contact them.

DI Khanna continued: “As the nights start to draw in, we will be stepping up our burglary patrols and encouraging people to give their homes the ‘lived in look’ by installing timer switches, to turn on lights and make it look like someone is in.

“I would also recommend taking the time to register your valuable items on the property site immobilise.com so that it can be returned to your more easily if it is ever stolen and subsequently recovered. Taking photographs of identifiable or unique jewellery is also a good idea.”

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Regards,
Natalie Dearman
Press & Media Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
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