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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Thursday 20th May 2021

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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Thursday 20th May 2021
Cold callers in Bramley Way #Ashtead y'day PM asking residents who fitted their front doors - may be legit - caller thought it was sus' so called us. Need a trader or yours doors checked here's a couple of places to start : /
Hoarding is often misunderstood and can sometimes be linked to other mental health issues and can pose a potential fire or health and safety risk. You can find out more information about hoarding by visiting
300 reports about these FAKE iTunes emails last week. The “cancellation” links leads to phishing websites that steal login details, as well as personal and financial info.
Report suspicious emails to:
Roads Policing Unit (RPU) - Surrey Police - UK @SurreyRoadCops
· 22m We have been conducting speed enforcement in #Ashtead today as part of National Road Safety Week.
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“Even I speak up, nothing will be done about it anyway”
Ever thought that when you’ve realised you have information about a crime in your area?
What if we told you that last year, just one anonymous call to our charity led to shutting down an illegal cannabis farm growing over £4 million worth of drugs and discovering the organised crime group behind it?
Your call matters. It can make the difference in keeping your community safe from crime.
Our charity is here to help you speak up to help stop crime.
We’re here 24/7, 365 days a year, we never judge how you know about a crime, and we guarantee to keep you 100% anonymous – not even we will ever know who you are, so no-one else will either.
Call 0800 555 111 or click to find out how you can speak up through our simple online form.
Faster than fairies, faster than witches,
Bridges and houses, hedges and ditches;
Later today, that most famous of trains,
The Flying Scotsman is passing through Staines.
Down the mainline, out into Surrey,
Through Chertsey, then Woking, then Guildford it hurries,
And "oh what a sight" for those who will glance it,
But stay off the rails - don't be tempted to chance it.
To Shalford, then Chilworth, then Dorking Deepdene,
Large crowds will gather as it's letting off steam.
To Betchworth, then Reigate, then Redhill then home...
With a hefty big fine if you're flying a drone.
Back to Victoria, then same again later:
It's a wonderful sight, but "be careful" spectator!
(with apologies to Robert Louis Stevenson)
The Flying Scotsman passing through the Surrey Hills later today will be an amazing sight, but please be safe if you're going to watch it - many of the prime locations could be busy, and the rules about trespassing on the railway, not flying a drone within 50m of the railway and not obstructing signalling equipment still apply despite it being a steam train!
The Neighbourhood Team have secured a partial Closure Order against a property in Mole Valley. These ensure vulnerable people are safeguarded and deters criminal activity or anti-social behaviour detrimental to the wider community.
Around half the people who die at the coast slip, trip or fall into the water. They never intend to get wet.
Take a minute: The initial shock of being in cold water can cause you to gasp and panic. Effects of cold water shock pass in less than a minute so don’t try to swim straight away.

Relax and float: Float on your back while you catch your breath. Try to get hold of something that will help you float.

Keep calm: Once you're calm, call for help. Swim for safety if you are able.
Follow these steps to check you’re not buying a stolen or unsafe vehicle.
Leaving your dog alone outside a shop is another easy opportunity for a thief, even if you are only away for a minute.
Tools are often recovered by the police but frustratingly unable to trace the owner. Security marking your tools using forensic asset marking or etching kit is another highly effective, visible deterrent to thieves & an established method of reducing theft
Message sent by
Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)
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