Cheshire Police Alert - Jan 18

Alert message sent 02/02/2018 09:02:00

Information sent on behalf of Cheshire Constabulary

Good Morning ,

I hope everyone had a pleasant festive period . Over the month of January , police have attended 41 incidents in the area of Windmill Hill . These have ranged from Theft from Motorvehicle on Canal reach to an alarm activation at Norton Priory Museum . There have been two arrests , one being for criminal damage to property , the person has been charged and bailed to court . We have received several reports of males/ females riding on mopeds without helmets , on public footpaths . This is dangerous to both riders and members of the public , Cheshire police will use the full force of the law to deal with these people at court and will seize the moped/ bike . We will be increasing police patrols in the area , anyone who has any information about these people can ring 101 or crime stoppers anonymously on 0800555111 .

We have also attended a report of a missing lady who had alzheimers and had been missing for several hours . There were several police patrols searching for this lady and eventually she was found safe and well . If anyone has family members suffering with similar medical conditions then contact myself in regards to the Herbert Protocol .This scheme is new and helps in the safe return of your family member with detailed information given to the police .
I will over the next few days I will be sending out details of police surgeries that myself and my colleague Pcso Griffiths will be setting up in the Windmill Hill area . Please come down and have a coffee and chat about any issues you may have.
You can contact me via email at
Ian.Hampson@Cheshire.pnn.police.uk or Pcso Griffiths on Georgina.Griffiths@Cheshire.pnn.police.uk .You can also contact us on 01606365509.

 

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kind regards
ian
pc 2070 hampson
Runcorn Beat Team
Runcorn Police Station

Message sent by
Ian Hampson (Police, Beat manager, Runcorn LPU Beat Management)

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