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My Community Voice is a two-way engagement tool brought to you by Kent Police. Whether you live, work or socialise in Kent or Medway, My Community Voice provides real-time messages directly from our police officers, staff and volunteers, about matters that may affect you or your community.

Your voice is important to us and we want to hear what concerns or views you may have in the area that is important to you. You can also share messages with others or reply to our alerts if you have information to share.

From crime prevention advice, to the latest updates on scams, appeals or events – you control what information you receive and how you receive it, by email, text or voice message.

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Bapchild has a new PCSO from January 2022 

Katie Jordan is our PCSO and can be contacted by email: Kathryn.Jordan@kent.police.uk or by
Mobile: 07970076470

Bapchild Newsletters
Information provided by: PCSO Katie Jordan Swale CSU

Crimes of note - April 2022

Vehicle Crime – Hempstead House, 08/04/2022 – Two vehicles had been damaged on two consecutive nights and their rear lights were removed. On one of the vehicles the bonnet looked as through it had been forced open with a tool.

Anti-social behaviour and other incidents of note:
No other incidents of note. 

Crimes of note January - March 2022:

10/02/2022 – Randle Way – Suspicious event: Informant saw through his ring doorbell two people acting suspiciously on his drive way. They were looking through his car windows with a torch.
No Burglaries
No vehicle crimes
No other crimes of note

Anti-social behaviour and other incidents of note:

09/02/2022 – Nuisance vehicles seen riding up and down Ashtead Drive. Group of 6 youths seen with the scooter. Vehicle left the area while informant was on the phone to the call taker.

Nothing else of note.

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

www.kent.police.uk/contactus

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

Parish Clerk 

18th March 2022