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Local Community Safety for 3 days ending 4.3.21.

Rutland has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.  If you have any information relating to a crime or suspicious behaviour, please dial 101 and pass it to your local Beat Officer.  Crime is the responsibility of the whole community.

Oakham Beat.

None appropriate.

North Beat.

Langham – theft of number plates from Lowther Close, between 4.30pm 28.2 and 1.45pm 3.3.21.  Stolen AF18 FX*

Uppingham Beat.

Uppingham – vehicle crime in Branston Road, between 8pm 1.3 and early hours 2.3.21.  Entry forced to locked vehicle and quantity of De Walt power tools stolen value approx. £1,200.

If you saw anyone in the vicinity behaving suspiciously please pass the information to the investigating officer (tel 101) quoting ref 21*0119931.

Uppingham – theft from motor vehicle in Leicester Road, during early hours of 2.3.21 (Tues).  Stolen a catalytic converter.  If you saw anyone behaving suspiciously at the above time and place, please pass this information to Oakham Police (101) quoting ref 21*0120983.

Despite a number of arrests for this type of offence last week there are yet more committing these offences.  They are most likely to be detected by members of the public reporting suspicious behaviour to the Police, so if you see anyone, lying or bending down beside a parked vehicle, please report this immediately to Police by dialling 999.

Uppingham – theft, criminal damage, and graffiti, at various locations in and round Ayston Road and Orange Street, over the last week.  One adult male arrested by PC’s Icke and Appleton for 8 separate offences.  Excellent work.

Ruthven Horne

 

The following crime has been reported for February 2021 for the Rutland North beat: –

Theft of vehicle                                                –              Tickencote

Theft from vehicle                                           –              A1

Vehicle crime                                                     –              Whissendine

Criminal Damage                                              –              Langham x 2, Burley, Greetham

Assault                                                                 –              Langham, Whissendine, Essendine

We are still working on our beat priorities identified through consultation and surveys completed on Neighbourhood Link.  If you would like to be signed up to this please email me laurie.appleton@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk with the following details Full Name, House number/name, Post code and email address.  This is an email alert from the police and you can also include any concerns you have and the location of the concerns and I can complete your survey.

Currently Rutland North priorities are Speeding, Rural Crime and Fraud.  We continue to enforce speed in the Rutland North villages with the support of all Rutland officers and the speed camera van.  We have noticed a drop in reported Rural Crime and are working with partner agencies and our local farmers to tackle these issues.  We are linking in with Action Fraud utilising Twitter and Neighbourhood Link to alert our residents of current scams.  If you would like to follow us on Twitter we have now linked all Rutland beats into one account and so please follow us on @LP_Rutland

Many thanks

Laurie

Our News Newsletter – March Edition

We are pleased to share our March OUR NEWS newsletter, created by Neighbourhood Watch Network (the umbrella organisation for Neighbourhood Watch across England and Wales) for all Neighbourhood Watch supporters – from households to volunteers. The newsletter is attached (see below) or can be viewed by clicking on this link.

This month we look at cyber-based scams, including phishing emails and sextortion. We include a reminder of our Community Grants Programme which is ending soon and look at Census 2021 which is coming to all households on the 21st March. We also hear from a Coordinator in Derbyshire who began his scheme in April 2019 and now has 71% of his village signed up as members!

With all of the above and much more, we hope you enjoy reading our newsletter and would love to hear from you on what you would like to read more of. Please send your suggestions to deborah.waller@ourwatch.org.uk.

Kind regards

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NETWORK, Central Support Team

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RCC weekly update to 26 February

Your weekly update, Friday 26 February

 

 

In Rutland, 79 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the latest week (9 to 15 February). This is a decrease of 101 compared to the previous week and equates to 198 cases per 100,000 people. The total number of confirmed cases in Rutland since the start of the pandemic is 1,476.

10,000 people have received their COVID-19 vaccination in Rutland
As of Wednesday evening (24 February 2021), over 10,000 COVID-19 vaccinations had been administered in Rutland

Read more about this

 

Rutland’s COVID-19 rapid testing centre opens
This week (Monday 22 February 2021), Rutland’s Rapid Testing Centre has opened to offer regular tests to people who are unable to work from home and have no COVID symptoms.
Read more about this

 

Leader responds to Government plans to ease COVID-19 lockdown measures in England
Council Leader Oliver Hemsley has issued the following statement in response to Government plans to ease COVID-19 lockdown measures, which have been in place since January.
Read more about this

Local Community Safety update for 4 days ending 27.2.21.

NB.  Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify or provide information that can easily identify individuals.  In such cases, part information will be omitted e.g. an asterisk may be used in place of one letter of a suspect vehicle.

Rutland has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.  If you have any information relating to a crime or suspicious behaviour, please dial 101 and pass it to your local Beat Officer.  Crime is the responsibility of the whole community.

Oakham Beat.

We are very pleased to report the safe return of Beck Morgan.  The local Police would like to thank all those people who rang in with potential or actual sightings.

Oakham – Theft of parcel left outside door of house in Brooke Road, shortly after 10.50am 23.2.21, contains laptop (no further details) value £600.  Anyone with any information, please tel (101) quoting Crime ref 21*0109273

North Beat.

Greetham – Criminal damage and theft of catalytic converter to perimeter fence overnight 22/23.2.21 at Greetham Garage, Great North Road.

South Beat

Braunston in Rutland – theft of sheep trailer from land off Knossington Road, between 5pm 24th and 8am 25.2.21.  Stolen silver Ifor Williams sheep trailer, 10’ wide.

 

Enquiries ongoing following reports of dog thefts | Leicestershire Police (leics.police.uk)

Officers have arrested three people in connection with catalytic converter thefts in the region | Leicestershire Police (leics.police.uk)

This demonstrates what can be achieved by reporting suspicious behaviour, something PS Kear called for after recent similar thefts in Rutland.

https://twitter.com/rutlandcouncil/status/1364629687851507713/photo/1

 

Ruthven (Russ) Horne