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Eynsham Neighbourhood Management Update

Posted: 08/10/2008 22:59:11

Neighbourhood Specialist Officer PC Richard Conner provides this month’s update:

“We are having problems with the theft of fuel and metal due to the high value of both items, please be sure to lock your garages and sheds. If you see anyone acting suspiciously please let us know.

“PCSO James Cunningham will be finishing his tutorship at the end of the month and will be taking over responsibility for the villages of Stanton, Standlake, Northmoor and South Leigh. He will be visiting all the schools and parish council meetings to introduce himself to those who have not already met him.”

“On Saturday 6 September PCSO Helen Keen held a surgery at the Batholomew Rooms with members of the Parish Council and a number of local residents attended.

“On Friday 12 September the team and NAG members visited Witney Road and Oxford Road with the speed indicator device (SID). 300 vehicles were checked and seven were given warnings.

“On the night of Saturday 13 September seven vehicles were damaged in the village by having paint thrown over them and their tyres slashed. This happened in Newland Street, Evans Road and Back Lane. If you saw anything please speak to Helen.

“On Tuesday 30 September Helen assisted Cottsway Housing with an open day at the village hall. Residents were concerned about youngsters in the village hanging around and having access to alcohol. Helen assured the residents that the team were aware of the problems and regularly checked the youths and seized alcohol. Their concerns will be taken to the next NAG meeting.”

“Helen held a surgery in the village on Monday 22 September but only a few people visited her and they had no issues to raise.”

North Leigh
“Between Saturday 6 September and Friday 12 September a cement mixer was stolen from Woodside. This is the third time items have been stolen from the building site on Park Road so if you have any information please speak to Helen.

“A vehicle was damaged in Windmill Road between Saturday 27 September and Monday 29 September. A youth from the village was responsible and is being dealt with.”

“The team took the SID to Downs Road on Wednesday 10 September where a number of cars were checked and warnings were given about speeding.”

Stanton Harcourt/Sutton
“A Yamaha was stolen from the driveway of a house in the village overnight on Thursday 11 September and Friday 12 September.”

“Between Friday 5 September and Monday 8 September a ride-on mower was stolen from Park Farm. Did you see anyone acting suspiciously? If so please speak to James.”

South Leigh
“All is quiet at the moment and we will be back in the near future with the speed indicator device.

“Anyone wishing to join the NAG should contact Ron Hollis at the police office in Eynsham. The last meeting discussed the new priorities: speeding, youths hanging around and parking. The next meeting is on Wednesday 22 October at 7pm at the Bartholomew Rooms.”

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