Wilmslow West and Chorley police newsletter - May 21

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Wilmslow West and Chorley police newsletter
May to June 2021

James Morris
Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) 22573
Wilmslow West and Chorley ward

I’ve been paying extra attention to The Carrs over the past few weeks, following reports of minor anti-social behaviour involving children. The fine weather we’re currently enjoying (and should continue to see over the coming days) is a perfect reason to bask in the country park’s natural beauty, but disposable barbecues and other fires create the risk of fire spreading if they are not looked after correctly – particularly as the weather becomes drier.

Local officers are also encouraging residents to report suspicious people and vehicles on their street to police, particularly if it could relate to drug dealing. Drug dealing can blight communities with related crimes and anti-social behaviour, as well as cause suffering to the often-vulnerable people who are caught up in it. Providing information to the police can allow officers to intervene with a view of improving the overall situation. If you believe drug dealing is occurring on your street, contact Cheshire Police at www.cheshire.police.uk/contact or Crimestoppers (anonymously) at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

Stay up-to-date with the latest policing activities in the Wilmslow West and Chorley ward by following @WslowWestChoPol on Facebook and Twitter.

Reported dog thefts are not a common occurrence in Wilmslow, despite what social media may claim. However, there are several steps you can take to keep your dog safe from thieves:
  • Never leave your dog alone when out and about. This includes in a car or outside a shop. If your dog uses your garden, this should be secured with perimeter fencing and a locking gate
  • Make sure your dog is trained to return when called during a walk. If not, it is safer to keep them on a lead
  • Try using different walking routes so that you do not always walk your dog in the same place at the same time
  • Ensure your dog is microchipped and has a collar with your contact details on it
  • If you post photos of your dog online, do not reveal your address or anything that could be used to find your dog
  • Check the legitimacy of dog walkers, kennels or anyone who handles your dog when you are not around

Police surgery dates, June 2021
  • 3rd June 2pm to 3pm
  • 10th June 11am to 12pm
  • 19th June 11am to 12pm
  • 26th June 2pm to 3pm

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, these are being held online. Please message @WslowWestChoPol on Twitter or Facebook
 
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James Morris (Police, Community Support Officer (PCSO), Wilmslow West and Chorley ward, Wilmslow Beat Management Team)

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