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Cheshire Constabulary

Kingsley and Gowy Police Update – March 21

PCSO Netherton – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Hello Kingsley and Gowy, hope you are all well.

It’s been a very challenging time for us all and Cheshire Police would like to thank the community for supporting us and following government guidelines.


Crime update –

The update will include information relevant to the local residents.

Residents are encouraged to look at their home security.

For advice visit our Cheshire Police website - https://www.cheshire.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/residential-burglary/

Please use 101 or Cheshire Police website to report any incidents. 999 in an emergency.


Delamere Forest – ongoing patrols of this area following concerns about inconsiderate parking.

Peel hall lane and West end in Ashton Hayes we have had complaints in regards to parking close to the junction and the visabiity getting out of the junction.

We are also looking after:

Road Safety –

I complete an hours minimum of road safety activity each week. I alternate between villages and ask the community for feedback for the best locations and times. See Facebook and Twitter for my road safety engagement.

Surgery update -

We are holding the weekly surgeries virtually until further notice. Please see Facebook and Twitter for dates and times.

Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) 

We have received lots of calls/emails regarding these canisters being found in various locations on the rural, they are legal and but illegal to take have dangerous and powerful effects.

These silver canisters discarded on streets and in parks. They contain nitrous oxide which, when inhaled, slows down the user’s brain, it can also cause fits of giggles and laughter. Nitrous oxide can also result in intense headaches and paranoia. Heavy regular use of nitrous oxide can lead to a deficiency of vitamin B12 and to a form of anemia. This can in turn lead to serious nerve damage, causing tingling and numbness in the fingers and toes. This can be very painful and make walking very difficult. It can also cause unconsciousness and suffocation from lack of oxygen.

Please continue to let us know where you are finding them so we can patrols the areas