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Officers swoop on Ashford villages

Contributed by editor on Jun 09, 2014 - 01:05 PM

Officers have targeted two villages in the Ashford borough as part of the latest crack down on crime and anti-social behaviour.



Commissioner launches new £10,000 Youth Diversion Fund for Kent

Contributed by editor on Apr 20, 2014 - 09:45 AM


Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, has launched a new scheme to support projects that help keep young people from crime and anti-social behaviour.



Cyclists warned over bike security

Contributed by editor on Apr 30, 2010 - 02:11 PM

Cyclists in Shepway are being advised to make sure their bikes are secure as the number of thefts tends to rise at this time of year.


Police tips for residents to keep property safe

Contributed by editor on Jul 27, 2009 - 11:05 AM

Residents are being advised by Kent Police to keep their belongings safe this summer, as temperatures soar.



Crack down on flytippers

Contributed by editor on May 15, 2009 - 01:15 AM

In the fight against flytipping in Kent, the Clean Kent Campaign has joined forces with the national crime fighting charity Crimestoppers.
 



Neighbourhood team help to secure Christmas presents - (Photo)

Contributed by editor on Dec 27, 2008 - 12:00 AM

Neighbourhood police officers in Folkestone will be helping to keep
people's Christmas presents safe in the new year.

PC Trevor Moody security marking a
bike

They have organised a free security-marking event in the Bouverie
Place Shopping Centre in Folkestone on Saturday 10 January between
11 am and 3 pm.



PC Trevor Moody and PCSO John Knight will be on hand to mark any
valuable item including mobile phones, MP3 players, games consoles,
Sat Navs, cameras, laptops, and even larger items like bikes and
scooters.



They will mark postcodes and house numbers using a UV pen which is
invisible to the naked eye but can be read under a special UV light
and will help to identify the owner if the item is lost or stolen.



A sticker can also be placed on the items to show it has been marked
which acts as a deterrent to thieves.



PC Trevor Moody said: "We are looking forward to meeting people on
10th January and hope they bring their Christmas presents and other
valuables to be marked."



"I would like to thank the management of Bouverie Place for letting
us use one of their units to do the marking and we really appreciate
their help."



If you are unable to attend the event you can contact your
neighbourhood officer or KCC Warden to ask about security marking in
your neighbourhood.



To find out who your neighbourhood officer is look on the Kent
Police website:
www.kent.police.uk
.


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