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This message is dated Monday 27th January 2020 - Windsor

Alert message sent 27/01/2020 14:45:00

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This message is dated Monday 27th January 2020 for Windsor.
The PCC - Anthony Stansfeld has released details of those organisations, which made successful applications under the Police Property Act bids.
Voluntary and community organisations awarded over £160,000 to support policing and crime priorities
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, and the Chief Constable, John Campbell, have awarded community and voluntary organisations £166,800 from the Police Property Act Fund.
The Fund, jointly managed by the PCC and the Chief Constable, is created from money recovered by the police and the proceeds from the sale of items that cannot be returned to identified owners, including seizures from criminals.
There were 169 applications to the current funding round with 42 organisations successful in receiving funding of between £1,000 – £10,000 to support the PCC’s Police and Crime Plan strategic priorities of Vulnerability and Prevention and Early Intervention. Please visit the PCC website for the more information.
Follow the link and have a look at the list - there were only 169 bid applications from across the entire Thames Valley !!!  42 successful bids !
 Does your community group do, what the successful applicants do ?  If so, please consider putting in a bid when the next round starts in a few months.  If you are no very confident about the paperwork involved in submitting a bid - don’t worry - we have a brilliant bid writer, who can help you write it and put it together, to make sure your bid fits the criteria.
Does your group need funds ?  Our bid writer also searches all the time, for funding streams and she may be able to tap into one for you.  You do not need to struggle on your own, when help and support is available.
Email me with any questions you have and I will forward them to her.



26/1  Sunday 11.10 a.m. / 3.15 p.m.  Leisure Pool Car Park.  Car window smashed - mobile phone stolen.
11/1 - 25/1  Pavilions.  Locked up bike stolen.  A valuable, red, Norco Charger, mountain bike.

24/1 - 26/1  Friday 10.30 a.m. / Sunday 5.25 p.m.  Parsonage Lane.  Burglary.  Offenders possibly hopped over the garden fence, then used a flowerpot from the garden, to smash the rear patio doors.  Untidy search of the whole house.  Even the fridge was searched.  Laptop and jewellery box containing gold jewellery and a watch stolen.
26/1  Sunday 9.05 a.m.  Illingworth.  The owners were at home on the ground floor.  When they went upstairs they found a window smashed and an untidy search had taken place.  Gold jewellery, keys and cash stolen.  A window on the ground floor had been smashed, but it appears that the offender found a ladder in the garden and then climbed up and smashed a window in a guest bedroom to gain entry.
25/1  Saturday 12.30 p.m. / 12.35 p.m.  Woodlands Avenue / Winkfield Road.  A witness walked past a silver salon car, the driver called them over to ask for directions.  They saw he had exposed himself.  They walked away and the man immediately drove off.  He is described as white, but tanned, foreign accent, late 20s / early 30s, short dark hair wearing a blue and white striped T shirt / polo shirt, tracksuit bottoms.  Did anyone else see this car ?  Does anyone have a video doorbell camera in the area which may have caught an image of the car as it drove past / parked up / drove away.  Did the man speak to anyone else ?
24/1  Friday 5.40 p.m.  Coppice Drive.  Burglary.  Offender climbed over a side gate to access the rear of the property.  They then forced a rear patio door.  They went straight to the upstairs master bedroom and stole Bulgari & Tiffany jewellery and a Jaeger le Coultre Master Chronograph, Omega Speedmasters X 2, Rolex Date Just & a Rolex Daytona watches stolen.

Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.
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“The Windsor & Ascot Neighbourhood Watch Association‘s aim is to encourage participation in NHW in the Windsor & Ascot parish areas, with a particular focus on increasing safety for residents, preventing scams, fraud and cybercrime, and assisting our elderly and vulnerable neighbours.  
The Neighbourhood Policing Team areas covered by the W&A NHW Association are: Windsor Central (Windsor Inner, Eton & Eton Wick), Windsor West (The Clewers, Dedworth, Oakley Green), Windsor East (Old Windsor, Datchet, Horton, Wraysbury) and Ascot (Ascot, Sunningdale and Sunninghill).
The Association also has a Facebook page: www.fb.me/WindsorAscotNHW which you can Like and Follow to keep track of local NHW news.
Residents of these areas are encouraged to join the Windsor & Ascot NHW Association by signing up on www.ourwatch.org.uk, using their postcodes to find the most appropriate NHW scheme to become a member of.
For more information please contact the Multi-Scheme Administrator for Windsor & Ascot NHW, Paul Ghent at WindsorAscotNHW@gmail.com”

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Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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