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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Dates
« on: March 25, 2019, 01:02:21 PM »
Crime Up-Date
Good morning to you all I hope you are enjoying the sunshine. I have a few things to up-date you with.  There has been a burglary on Hay Green Lane the owner was at home and someone has climbed in through the open bedroom window ( property is a bungalow ) and have made a search of the bedroom taking items of clothing. There has also been a theft from motor vehicle in Newlands Road a VW beetle has had all four hub caps removed. There has been an attempted theft of motor vehicle from Ashmore Road a Fiat Punto has had the key barrel removed and entry gained to the vehicle and offender(s) have damaged the ignition barrel in an attempt to take the vehicle unable to start the vehicle offender(s) have left the vehicle and have made off . Also the co-op  in Stirchley has reported that three times in the last week a device has been placed on the cash point machine outside the store no one as of yet has reported having there cards or money taken/stolen but one to keep an eye on. If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101 or you can contact me using this system or my e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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Do you know you can report crime online … If it’s not 999 report online.
 
You can report/live chat via  https://west-midlands.police.uk/

You can live chat between 8am and Midnight, Monday-Sunday.

You can use live chat using many forms of IT, such as A Mobile phone, A Tablet, A Laptop or A computer.

Our Live Chat function gives members of the public an alternative way to contact us and talk to one of our Contact Advisors in real-time.

You can access Live Chat by clicking the button on the right hand side of the screen.

Our advisor will be able to help you navigate the website, answer any questions or queries you have, as well as take incident reports.

At the end of the chat you have the option to send yourself a transcript of the chat to your email address.

All incidents reported online will be processed in the same manner as a telephone call, you can track your case and easily follow any progress or development of your case.

YOU’RE VOICE COUNTS!

Message Sent By
Rachel French (Police,PCSO,Birmingham East)

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Date
« on: March 16, 2019, 04:21:38 PM »
Crime Up-Date
Good afternoon to you all i hope you are all well. I  have been away for a few days so i have some crime up-dates to let you know about. Over the last few days there has been an attempted burglary in Ashbrook Road the occupier while in bed has been disturbed by a noise at the front of the property and have come down to find damage to the front door handle no entry has been gained to the property. In Ripple Road a garden shed that was not locked has had various items stolen to the value of £500 pounds. Also there has been a burglary business and community at Stirchley Baths.At the location there is a portakabin entry has been gained and 12 orange Raleigh free big Birmingham  pedal cycles have been stolen value  £3600 pounds.

Crime prevention advice is for your doors to fit anti-snap locks. Please make sure that your garden sheds/out buildings are locked and secure.

If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the Police on 101 or you can contact me on this system or as ever my e-mail address is  p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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General Discussion / Scam Warning - Fake Tv Licensing Emails
« on: March 14, 2019, 06:15:12 PM »
An ongoing TV Licensing phishing campaign, first identified by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) in September 2018, continues to be reported to Action Fraud in high numbers. Fraudsters are sending the public fake TV Licensing emails that are designed to steal their personal and financial information. Since April 2018, Action Fraud has received over 900 crime reports with victim losses totalling more than £830,000.

 How you can protect yourself:
•Don’t click on the links or attachments in suspicious emails and never respond to messages that ask for your personal or financial details.
•Don’t assume a phone call or email is authentic, even if someone knows your basic details (such as your name or address). Remember, criminals can spoof phone numbers and email addresses to appear as companies you know and trust, such as TV Licensing.
•Your bank will never call and ask you for your PIN, full banking password, or ask you to transfer money out of your account.

 
What to do if you’ve fallen victim:
•Let your bank know as soon as possible and monitor your bank statements regularly for any unusual activity.
•If you suspect your identity may have been stolen you can check your credit file quickly and easily online. Use a reputable service provider and follow up on any unexpected or suspicious results.
•If you have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, report it to Action Fraud at actionfraud.police.uk, or by calling 0300 123 2040.

 
Message Sent By
Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)
 

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Date
« on: March 09, 2019, 08:20:23 PM »
Crime Up-Date
Good afternoon to the residents of the Bournville ward. in the last two days there has been a burglary on Station Road the rear UPVC door has been lock snapped and the keys to a black Audi A4 have been taken and the vehicle has then been stolen.  And there has been a theft from motor vehicle in Cartland Road 2 males have by means unknown gained entry to a Range Rover  and have taken a jacket and some loose change. If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101 or you can contact me on this system or mt e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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Police updates and information / Community Message
« on: March 08, 2019, 07:20:09 PM »
Community Message
Dear Resident
 
We hope that this message finds well! We wanted to keep you updated of some of the work that the team and colleagues have been doing, especially in relation to community priorities.
 
In recent weeks, we have conducted speeding operations in the area where tickets have been issued for drivers exceeding the speed limit. We are part of a trial for West Midlands Police to find the most effective and efficient way of meeting speeding concerns and we shall keep you updated with the results as soon as the trial comes to an end.
 
We also continue to complete enforcement tickets for parking and as part of Operation Parksafe but this is an uphill battle - especially around schools whom we work with to try to reduce this issue.
 
Sadly, we have still seen some burglaries although several burglary offenders have been arrested - including two offenders arrested in the last week. The burglary numbers are not as high as previously and we attribute that to the community and police working together to help us prevent and deter crime, as well as helping us catch offenders. We also welcome your calls regarding intelligence to us and sometimes, even though you may not see us taking overt action quickly, matters may still be worked upon.
 
Our warrants continue and another cannabis farm has recently been shut down.
 
Finally, we have today worked with Kings Norton Fire Brigade and community members to carry out a speed watch in our 20MPH zones. We chose Cartland Road and are surprised to say that in the spate of just under 2 hours - 71 cars were stopped and spoken to. This was part of an educational programme today although we will also continue to enforce speeding - especially given the eye opener today.
 
We are hoping to continue our strong links with the community and now have some "Community Street Watch" members who have chosen to be visible guardians in the community and report any issues that you see to us. If you would be interested in getting involved in this or a Community Speed watch (where you can holding the speeding gun and work with us and/or fire brigade) then please email the ever hardworking PCSO Paul Blackford who will look at helping set this up. Email is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
 
I hope this helps keep you updated and we hope that you will continue to work with us.
 
Kindest regards
 
Sam
PS 2042 Sam Bonehill
Bournville Neighbourhood Sergeant
Selly Oak Constituency
Bournville Police Station
341 Bournville Lane
Bournville
Birmingham
B30 1QX

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Date
« on: March 06, 2019, 04:40:49 PM »
Crime Up-Date
Good afternoon to you all i know that i sent a crime up-date out this morning however i have two more to up-date you about. both burglaries one in Bunbury Gardens the lock on the rear UPVC door has been removed and the keys to a vehicle have been taken.The vehicle a Jaguar value £30,000 has then been stolen. And the other one in Mary Vale Road entry has been gained to a garden shed by force and various items have then been taken.

Please think about fitting anti-snap locks to your UPVC doors and use a steering lock for your vehicle.

The police are working hard to tackle these offences uniform and plain clothes operations are taking place to help tackle this. If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101 or you can contact me on this system or my e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk 

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Dates
« on: March 06, 2019, 12:31:33 PM »
Crime Up-Dates
 
 
    Good morning to you all I have some crime up-dates for you. Over the last five days there has been four burglaries one in Hazelwell Crescent the front UPVC door has been lock-snapped car keys have been taken and a blue vw golf has been stolen. Avebury Road the rear UPVC door has been lock-snapped car keys and a wallet have been taken and a black renault clio has been stolen. Cartland Road entry gained through a 6x3 skylight and all rooms have been entered and a 36 inch tv has been stolen. Pineapple Road attempted burglary the front UPVC door has been lock-snapped occupier has disturbed them and the offenders have made off in a vehicle no entry gained. Also there was a theft of motor vehicle in Harvest Close an Alfa Romeo has been stolen without keys.
 Please i know i have said this before but please think about  fitting anti-snap locks to your UPVC doors and for your vehicles please use a steering lock. If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101 or contact me using this system or my e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
 
Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)
 

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Dates
« on: February 28, 2019, 08:17:14 PM »
Crime Up-Dates
Good afternoon to you all I have some crime up-dates for you.
There  has been two burglaries one in Avebury Road the rear UPVC door has been lock snapped no entry gained to the property and the other one was in Cartland Road the rear garden has been entered and someone has entered the garden shed that was not locked and have stolen a lawnmower.
There have also been two theft of motor vehicle one in Greenoak Crescent a Fiat abrath black in colour with yellow wing mirrors has been stolen and the other one was in Thackeray Road a red Mercedes has been stolen without keys.
Please fit anti-snap locks to UPVC doors and and for your vehicles please think about buying a steering lock. If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101  or you can contact me on this system or my e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk Also a quick reminder that tonight is the Bournville Neighbourhood Watch Meeting at Row Heath Pavilion in the meeting room at 7 pm all welcome. 
 

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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Crime Up-Date
 
     Good afternoon to you all I hope you are all well and are enjoying the warm weather. I have some crime up-dates for you.
 I have three burglaries to up-date you about the first one in Linden Road a male has climbed on to a flat roof and has smashed the window to try and gain entry to the bathroom he has been disturbed by the occupier and has ran off. The second was in Mulberry Road there has been an attempted burglary someone has attempted to prise open the back door with an unknown implement no entry gained. And the third was in Cartland Road someone has broken in to a garden shed and have stolen a pedal cycle.

 Please make sure that your doors and windows are locked and secure and that your out buildings are locked and secure.

 If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101 or you can contact using this system or my e-mail is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
 
Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)
 

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Police updates and information / Community Message, Fiat 500's
« on: February 19, 2019, 05:12:39 PM »
Community Message
 
    Good afternoon to you all i have a message to relay to you all. Over the last few days there has been an increase in theft of motor vehicle but the vehicles in question are Fiat 500. Across the Bournvile and Selly Oak Wards there has been 5 Fiat 500 vehicles stolen without keys. It may be that someone is using a device that enables them entry to keyless entry vehicles. The police are taking steps to counter this however there are things that you can do to help stop this. Fit a steering lock to the vehicle to help prevent theft and there is a bag you can by to put keys in called a faraday bag and this blocks the signal if someone is using a device to try and gain entry. The last two fiat 500 stolen were overnight one in Maryvale Road and one in Oxford Street. If you have any information regarding these crimes please call the police on 101 or you can contact me using this system or my e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
 
Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)
 

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Police updates and information / Pcso Surgery At Stirchley Baths
« on: February 18, 2019, 03:58:49 PM »
Pcso Surgery At Stirchley Baths
 
Dear Residents
 We are pleased to invite you to a Police PCSO Surgery at Stirchley Baths on Bournville Lane, B30 2JT on Wednesday 27th February 2019 between 10:00am and 12:00.

 We will be joined by Stuart from The Coventry Building Society, who will be giving expert advice on how to stay safe online and how to avoid  criminals who will try to scam you.

 Come and join us for this free workshop with PCSO Sally Stor and PCSO Toni Jones.

 Kind regards
 Your Bournville Neighbourhood Team

Message Sent By
Salma Stor (Police, PCSO, Birmingham West, Selly Oak Constituency, Bournville NHT)
 

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Dates
« on: February 18, 2019, 03:06:34 PM »
Crime Up-Dates
Good afternoon to you all i have some crime up-dates for you. Overnight there  has been a burglary in Beech Road offender(s) have gained entry to a garden shed by forcing a padlock and have then stolen a push bike there has also been a burglary at a business the newsagents on Sycamore Road has had the front glass smashed and offender(s)  have stolen cigarettes .

There has also been two theft from motor vehicle one in Linden Road entry has been gained by unknown means to a Fiat 500 and items have been stolen and one in Derwent Road  entry has been gained to a Ford Focus by unknown means and a dash cam has been stolen.

Please make sure to check your sheds /outbuildings and make sure that they are locked and secure and that in relation to motor vehicles that no items of value have been left on display.

If you have any information regarding these offences then please contact the police on 101 or you can contact me on this system or my e-mail address is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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Stirchley The Way Forward / StWF AGM Monday 4th March
« on: February 18, 2019, 10:11:54 AM »
StWF AGM Monday 4th March 2019 7 p.m. Stirchley Baths.
They invite you to attend their AGM, being held at Stirchley Baths, Deep End Room, you are invited to join them for refreshments from 6.40 pm

Stirchley has been in decline and the Tesco blight hasn't helped. However StWF have received approval from Birmingham City Council for their proposal for improvements for the high street. Small steps but in the right direction. Further information will be shared with you at the meeting.

Stirchley Fete will be held on Saturday June 1st 1-5 pm at Stirchley Bath’s community centre, as always volunteers are welcome to help deliver this major event.

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Police updates and information / Crime Up-Dates
« on: February 17, 2019, 10:04:45 AM »
Crime Up-Dates
Good morning to you all I hope you are all well i have a couple of things to up-date you about. Over the last few days there has been an attempted burglary on the Bunbury Road offender(s) unknown have smashed a pane of glass on the wooden front door in an attempt to gain entry the home owner has heard this and has turned the lights on this has disturbed the offender(s) who have ran away no entry gained to the property. And there was a robbery in Cotteridge park a girl walking home from school has been approached by a white male who said to her GIVE ME THAT PHONE he has then grabbed the phone and made good escape. If you have any information regarding these offences please contact the police on 101 or you can contact me using this system or my e-mail is p.blackford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk 

Message Sent By
Paul Blackford (Police, PCSO, Selly Oak)

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