Due to an increase in the theft of batteries The Rural Crime Action Team and Countryside Watch are encouraging farmers and rural businesses to try and reduce the risk of battery theft by Painting them PINK with their post code and company name. RCAT have started visiting scrap yards, not only in this county, but in neighbouring counties telling them that if they accept a pink battery they must have specific proof of ownership.
PAINT IT PINK
Reduce the risk of your batteries being stolen – paint them PINK.
Mark them with your post code and or company name, then spray each side.
RCAT will be informing Scrap Metal yards and Recycling Centres that anyone weighing in batteries painted PINK must have specific proof of ownership. Support the campaign by painting your batteries pink, and do not accept batteries you suspect may be stolen.
There will be a home security event held at Haslingfield tonight at:
Haslingfield Village Hall, New Rd, Haslingfield, CB23 1JP
Please come along for useful advice and information regarding home security measures.
There will also be discounted security products available to buy.
A security talk is scheduled for 6p.m. to provide further information.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Dear Residents and Councils,
Please see link attached June 2017 Police Panel Document and the Rural Crime Team Area update. We hope to see you at the next Panel Meeting the dates are;
Histon Sector – Panel Meeting – to be held on Tuesday 13/06/2017 at 7.30 p.m. at Longstanton, The Village Institute, 24 High Street, Longstanton, CB24 3BS.
Sawston Sector – Panel Meeting – to be held on Wednesday 14/06/2017 at 7.30 p.m. at Sawston Village College Classroom G5.
Cambourne Sector – Panel Meeting – to be held on Thursday 15/06/2017 at 7.30 p.m. at Haslingfield Village Hall.
June 2017 Panel Document 2017
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