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Message sent by Phil Brandreth (Police, PCSO, Western Rural NPU)
Monthly Newsletter June 2015
Western Rural Police Team
Message from Inspector Keith Curbishley
Your local officers are engaged this month on an operation to target wildlife crime. Such activity is very varied and attracts people from out of the area who will often have a much wider criminal background and commit other crimes whilst in the area. Offences such as digging badger sets, collecting birds eggs, fishing without the correct permissions and licenses, shooting or ‘lamping’ without the landowners permission, allowing pet dogs to run free amongst livestock and worry sheep are just some examples of illegal activities which occur in the countryside, 24 hours a day. Please support your local officers by reporting issues straight away.
Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Road Closure
Well Lane in the Parish of Kingsley
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to prohibit traffic on the following length of road in Kingsley to enable repair of leaking water service works to be carried out by Amey.
Well Lane - Kingsley (from junction The Hurst to junction Brookside)
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|Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)|
People nationwide are receiving cold calls and are being persuaded to invest in 'Fine Art'.
Concerns around this include:
• How the commodity is being offered, such as how the cold callers persuade victims to part with their money.
• Hidden costs charged to the victims to view the product, shipping costs or additional fees to store the item.
How to protect yourself:
Please come along to our second market of the year and sample the delights of LOCAL produce bought direct from the producers.
June 13th 2015 between 9.30am and 1.00pm.
Please see the following from Phil Brandreth, Police Community Support Officer:
“A Kingsley resident has got into contact with PCSO Phil Brandreth and would like residents to be aware that they were victim to an attempted fraud which they have reported to their bank and action fraud. The company called up the residents claiming to be ‘Talk Talk’ and stated that there were software problems and they would like to reimburse the resident and compensate them. The company kept the resident on the phone for over an hour. They require bank account details over the phone to proceed with the call and compensation. If you have any calls like this please report it as soon as possible.”
Hope this is ok
Police Community Support Officer 21596
Western Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team
Frodsham Police Station