There will shortly be a report on the extraordinary goings on at last Wednesdays Planning Committee Meeting.
In the meantime here is the latest Neighbourhood Watch Report.
Neighbourhood Watch Report
DIGITAL SWITCHOVER - as you know the digital switchover will come to our area in the next few months. This is a general warning that there have been suspicious incidents reported in other parts of Somerset relating to a company attempting to sell equipment for the switchover. Don't be deceived. If you have a query about the digital switchover then call the Help Scheme for free on 0800-4085-900 or go to helpscheme.co.uk You will also find that assistance and advice can be given to you by Age Concern Somerset on 0845 643 4621 or visit their website at www.ageconcernsomerset.org.uk
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We are currently packing up the latest edition of the District Information Bulletin for Watch Schemes and if you have not already received your copies, they should be with you fairly shortly.
The packs will also include the annual audit forms for completion and return.
In the meantime, we have also put this publication onto the Force Website together with a copy of the most recent list of security items available through the office. Detail of a link to the website is included on the attachment to this message.
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Please find detailed herewith an overview of incidents reported to the Police in your beat area for the month of February.
There were 28 calls made to the police from your beat during this time out of a total of some 2189 received in the whole of the Taunton Deane District Council area. These included:
0 dwelling burglary
0 non dwelling burglary
1 theft from motor vehicle
0 theft of motor vehicle
0 criminal damage
0 nuisance/rowdy behaviour.
If you have any information about such incidents or suspicious activity please telephone the police as quickly as possible on the general contact number 0845-456-7000.
NHW office 01823-363348
If you have information about any crime, phone the police on 0845 456 7000 or you can call anonymously to the independent charity CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111. For general information about Neighbourhood Watch nationally see the www.mynhw.co.uk website.