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Bapchild
Information provided by: PCSO HOLMES Swale CSU


Crimes of note (01/02/21 – 12/03/21):

No burglary offences reported
No vehicle crime offences reported

Criminal damage offences reported: 05/02/21 – Window damaged in St Laurence Close – method of damage unknown.
Fraud offences reported: 05/03/21 – Fraud involving someone purporting to be from Microsoft. Told victim that their laptop was compromised and to pay £4.99 for it to be rectified. Victim passed over bank details and copy of driving licence. Computer was accessed remotely by suspects. MoneyGram account set up in victim’s name.

Anti-social behaviour and other incidents of note:
03/03/21 - Suspicious male hanging around early hours on London Road, spotted by milkman. Suspected male might have been looking to steal milk. Nothing seen to be stolen.
09/03/21 – Suspicious vehicle, a Ford Galaxy in silver parked up on a resident’s private driveway in The Street. Remained parked there for approximately 15 minutes before leaving. Informant suspects that they were looking to take tools from his van. Nothing taken.

Items of note:
As the weather improves, I will be looking to start conducting speed checks on The Street.

Updates of previous reported issues­:
Nothing to report

Crimes of note (01/03/21 – 01/05/21):
No burglary offences reported
No vehicle crime offences reported
No criminal damage offences reported
No fraud offences reported

Anti-social behaviour and other incidents of note:
07/04/21 - Garage area between Wihtred Road and Lords Close, report of youths climbing onto the garage roofs and smoking. PCSO’s attended but the youths had left.

Items of note:
As the weather improves, I will be looking to start conducting speed checks on The Street. I would also like to start up a drop-in surgery when Covid restrictions are lifted, to be held in the village hall if possible.

Updates of previous reported issues­:
Patrols are continuing to visit the Village Hall car park in response to the report received from the Council of anti-social behaviour and possible drink/drug driving.

I have put in a late turn tasking request with my supervisor Sergeant Chase which will be carried out by both PCSO’s and Police Officers (subject to call demand of course).

For more information about policing in our area, visit www.kent.police.uk

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This information will also be displayed in poster format on the village noticeboard outside Bapchild Village Hall.

Parish Clerk