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Community Police Report August 2022

Police Community Support Officer, Jacqui Brook, sends regular report to the Ash Parish Council. If you have any concerns please do contact Jacqui by leaving your details via 101 or Kent Police Live Chat and Jacqui will get in touch with you. All emergencies please ring 999.
August 2022 Little Stour and Ashstone - Parish council newsletter_

Community Police Report July 2022

Police Community Support Officer, Jacqui Brook, sends regular report to the Ash Parish Council. If you have any concerns please do contact Jacqui by leaving your details via 101 or Kent Police Live Chat and Jacqui will get in touch with you. All emergencies please ring 999.
July 2022 Little Stour and Ashstone - Parish council newsletter_

Community Police Report June 2022

Police Community Support Officer, Jacqui Brook, sends regular report to the Ash Parish Council. If you have any concerns please do contact Jacqui by leaving your details via 101 or Kent Police Live Chat and Jacqui will get in touch with you. All emergencies please ring 999.

June 2022 Little Stour and Ashstone - Parish council newsletter_

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My Community Voice (MCV) is a two-way engagement tool set up by Kent Police for residents, businesses and community groups in Kent and Medway. MCV will enable Kent Police to update users with Policing news, community safety alerts, crime appeals, engagement events and general policing activities. Members of the public can choose what information they receive from Kent Police via MCV and how they receive it. Those signed up to MCV can also share or reply to the messages they receive, enabling improved two-way communication, information sharing and problem-solving opportunities between Kent Police & local communities.

Further details on MCV can be found online at www.mycommunityvoicekent.co.uk

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Community Police Report May 2022

Police Community Support Officer, Jacqui Brook, sends regular report to the Ash Parish Council. If you have any concerns please do contact Jacqui by leaving your details via 101 or Kent Police Live Chat and Jacqui will get in touch with you. All emergencies please ring 999.

May 2022 Little Stour and Ashstone - Parish council newsletter_

Community Police Report April 2022

The Police Community Support Officer, Jacqui Brook, sends regular reports to the Ash Parish Council and they will be on the web-site on a regular basis. If you have any concerns please do contact Jacqui by leaving your details via 101 or Kent Polic Live Chat and Jacqui will get in touch with you. All emergencies please ring 999.

April 2022

April 2022 Little Stour and Ashstone - Parish council newsletter_

New Fraud Hotline – 159

A new emergency hotline has been launched by Kent Police for people to report and check financial scams as they happen. A potential victim who dials 159 will be automatically connected to their bank’s fraud prevention service.

Click here for details

 

Contacting Kent Police – crime & non-emergency incidents

Contacting Kent Police – go to the Kent Police web-site for details of the best way to contact Kent Police.  There is also information on locally reported incidents and other information about different types if services.

CLICK HERE to go to the Kent Police Web-site

Non-emergency / general enquiries including contacting your PCSO, can be done on-line.  The local police team for Ash will receive the information.  This can be used for anti-social behaviour, suspicious activity, Neighbourhood Watch, local policing in the parish of Ash and other similar types of activity.  You can also find out how to do this and the police information about Ash, in the Little Stour and Ashstone area on the Kent Police Web-site.

CLICK HERE to go to the local area information for Ash

Reporting a crime that has taken place can be done by ringing 101.  The busiest times are between 4pm and 8pm.

General emergency incidents – criminal conduct – road traffic accidents  DIAL 999.

 

What is Neighbourhoood Watch?

Are you interested in Neighbourhood Watch? Would you like to see active groups in Ash Village or the parish?  Cuts to local policing are looking likely to continue – a healthy Neighbourhood Watch Association can help bridge gaps and boost confidence for the more vulnerable in the community.

Contribute your ideas to how Neighbourhood Watch activities operate in Ash.  Contact Cllr Martin Porter for more information by e-mailing CllrMPorter@ashparishcouncil.gov.uk