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Bloxwich NHT Monthly Update

Alert message sent 11/07/2019 21:34:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Good Evening all,
Hope you are well this is just a quick update to let you know some of the good work that the Bloxwich Police Team has been up to over the last month. As well as arrests, patrols, reassurance visits, stop and searches, ASB Patrols, Partnership meetings and so on....... The team have also over the last month:
  • Attended Primary schools in the Bloxwich area to work with pupils on the Junior PCSO scheme. The scheme has been a great success and is already starting to have an impact with the parking around the schools at start and finishing times.
 
  • Officers have attended many events in the area to offer support, crime prevention advice and sign people up to the WMnow system. Some of the events include Bloxwich Fire Station open day and the Mossley 60th Anniversary.
 
  • Over the last month the team have also seized approximately 6 vehicles 4 of these vehicles were stolen and 2 were untaxed.



This is just a small per cent of the good work that the Bloxwich Police Team has been carrying out in your neighbourhood. The team will continue to provide the best service to the Bloxwich community.


If you wish to contact the Bloxwich Police Team or West Midlands Police you can contact us by calling 101 for non-emergencies or 999 in an emergency. Alternatively certain incidents can be reported online by visiting https://west-midlands.police.uk


On a final note the weather is getting hotter and so are our houses, if you're off out during the summer months even if it's only 5 minutes to fetch a newspaper, please MAKE SURE YOU LOCK ALL YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS!!


From all of us at the Bloxwich Police team

Stay safe.

Updated: 11/07/2019 by Ian Palmer (Police, PCSO, Walsall, Bloxwich )
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