School Watch

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       06/02/2017


Fish sellers
 

Dear Watch Member,

A warning from Trading Standards has been issued to residents alerting them to the activities of men offering fish for sale.

It would appear the men have targeted elderly and vulnerable people selling them fish which they either did not need or the amounts sold were deemed excessive. Some residents appear to have been pressured in to buying the fish.

There is nothing to suggest the fish is substandard or unfit for consumption, however, the source of the fish cannot be verified and the sellers have not provided proof that they are authorised to sell fish door to door or are that they are in possession of Food Hygiene Certificates.

The men are described as white with North Eastern accents driving a white Ford Transit type van.

If you have any information about this please ring the police on 101 or Trading Standards on 03454 04 05 06.

 

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: howard.buckley@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Howard Buckley 
Neighbourhood Watch Liaison Officer 
Neighbourhood Watch 
Email: howard.buckley@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk 
Tel: 01274 373958


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Be warned - New Law on Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving.
 

Dear Watch Member,

It is illegal to use a mobile phone, held in the hand, whilst driving or while stopped with the engine on, it has been illegal since December 2003.

However, this has not stopped a significant number of drivers from using their handheld mobile devices whilst behind a wheel.

Under the new law due to come into effect in March drivers will receive six points on their driving licence and receive a £200 fine.

These changes will have a significant impact on young motorist offenders as they now risk having their driving licence revoked following a first offence.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: patricia.daynes@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Patricia Daynes
Senior Office Assistant
Business Watch
Email: patricia.daynes@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01274 471487



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NHW crime update - Toller

 

Dear Watch Member,

‘If information is to be of value it has to be shared'

Local crime updates

Toller

Burglary Dwelling

Bet 20 Jan 2017 0900 &   20 Jan 2017 1400, WHARFEDALE RISE, BRADFORD offenders force the centre door panel out whilst causing extensive damage to the door and frame and gain entry, untidy search made throughout the house and property removed.

Bet 19 Jan 2017 1400 &   19 Jan 2017 1425.MALVERN ROAD, BRADFORD, window at rear of property smashed. Cash, jewellery electrical items stolen.

Burglary other

None reported

Theft from motor vehicle

Bet 21 Jan 2017 2100 & 22 Jan 2017 2200, SMITH LANE, BRADFORD, registration plates stolen

Advice for residents:

 .   Remember 1 in 4 of all burglaries involve entry via an insecure door. Lock doors and windows    even when you are at home.

.    Consider upgrading your locks and door handles particularly on UPVC doors if installed prior to 2009 (standard to look for: TS 007 or Sold Secure Diamond Standard)

.    Keep your house and vehicle keys in safe place and away from the door. Do not leave them in locks or out on work surfaces.

.   Leave a light on.

.   Remove all items from your vehicle when parked. Do not leave anything on display.

If you have any information regarding these, or any other crimes, please phone the Police on 101 or CRIMESTOPPERS: 0800555111

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If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: howard.buckley@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Howard Buckley
Neighbourhood Watch Liaison Officer
Business Watch
Email: howard.buckley@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01274 373958

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Newsletter from the Police & Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire
 

Dear Watch Member,

Please see the attached newsletter from the Police & Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire, Mark Burns-Williamson

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Regards,
Howard Buckley
Neighbourhood Watch Liaison Officer
Business Watch
Email: howard.buckley@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01274 373958


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School Parking - Toller Ward
 

Dear Watch Member,

Students from Bradford Girls Grammar School have been to the Police Station for their Student Guardianship Induction. Over the next 10 weeks they will be actively involved in patrolling the Toller Ward area and helping to educate naughty motorists about the issues at Squire Lane and Lingwood Road. Keep an eye out for them!

PC Stoker (Toller Ward)

PS for all those in other areas this is just the first of many schools around Bradford that will be getting targeted!

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If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: rebecca.walker@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Rebecca Walker
Neighbourhood Watch Officer
Business Watch
Email: rebecca.walker@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk


 

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