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August Engagement Plan

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PC McCormick investigated a series of driving related offences and linked thefts/robberies being committed throughout Surrey and out of force. A suspect was subsequently arrested and bailed pending further enquiries. PC McCormick has secured charges for the driving related offences and the offender has now been summoned to court.
PC Dickie detained and searched a male in Chertsey after he and several others had attempted to make off from PCSOs having been caught smoking cannabis. The male was found to be in possession of cannabis which has been seized and the male issued with a Community Resolution.
PCSO Lydon has conducted house to house enquiries in a road in Addlestone following reports of cannabis being grown at the location. The investigation is ongoing.
PCSO Lydon has also conducted house to house enquiries in Egham after reports of youths following another youth home, being verbally abusive and throwing stones. CCTV of the youths has been obtained and the investigation is ongoing.
PCSO Street has been looking into the theft of a bicycle in Chertsey. Using local knowledge, he was able to quickly track down CCTV covering the offence and the investigation is being progressed.
PCSO Street has been liaising with a local Golf Club to offer reassurance and advice following an incident where a vehicle failed to stop for Police and led Police across the Golf course. The vehicle was brought to a stop and the driver was arrested and awaits Court action.
PCSO Haylor this month received a thank you for the support she gave to a victim of crime which is always nice to see and put a smile on her face. Any feedback positive or negative is always welcome.
PCSO Haylor this month assisted swiftly finding a lost female with Dementia and prevented them from coming to harm. The female was found in a local park and returned home safely with appropriate referrals made to prevent this occurring in the future.
PCSO Brumell attended a vulnerable victim of fraud who had monies taken from their bank account and used to buy an expensive watch. The victim received constant phone calls about this and was told the watch would be delivered and then collected. PCSO Brumell spoke with the bank to reverse the transaction, provided support and advice leaflets and installed a Truecall device which now filters scam calls.
PC Dickie and PC Arrow have been completing targeted patrols this week in the vicinity of Memorial Gardens, Virginia Water following reports of ASB. Several individuals were engaged with in the Memorial Gardens car park but were found to be all in order. The Neighbourhood Team will be monitoring the situation and including the location in their patrols.
PC Dickie has made several visits to addresses in Addlestone in relation to reports of ASB relating to drug use. An offer of support has been extended to one individual thought to be at potential risk of exploitation by being cuckooed and words of advice have been given regarding the potential consequences where drug use is found to be causing a nuisance to neighbours. Residents have been encouraged to report further incidents and the situation will continue to be monitored and appropriate action taken as required.
PCSO Lydon is still working on the problem solving plan within Surrey Towers and Middlesex Court and has been working alongside Runnymede Borough Council in relation to this. A Park Guard has been secured and is starting on the 1st September which will include patrols of the area by a private company.
PCSO Lydon has created a problem solving plan for the Hawker Drive area in Addlestone following reports of anti-social driving and behaviour in the car park. Residents have seen people taking NOS canisters in the cars and playing loud music. PCSO Lydon, has been working alongside Thames Valley Housing and The Metropolitan Council in relation to this.
PCSO Orriss conducted house to house enquiries in the Englefield Green area in relation to multiple incidents of Criminal Damage and ASB continuing to plague residents. Ongoing reports are being considered for any long term work required.
PSCO Orriss has been continuing patrols in the New Haw area in an attempt to tackle ongoing issues involving Mopeds and Dirt Bikes. Please continue to report any incidents to us.
PCSO Ruddock has carried out visible foot patrols in and around Sussex Court in Addlestone due to ongoing reports of ASB and has been liaising with Runnymede Borough Council.
The Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) are continuing to support victims of Hate Crime through the use of the Hate Crime car which provides a dedicated officer to visits victims and provide support.
PC Dickie has attended an incident following reports that a male had been behaving in a racially offensive manner whilst apparently intoxicated in central Chertsey. The male was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order, the victims have been identified and offered appropriate support. Investigations are currently ongoing.
PCSO Street visited a victim of Hate Crime and provided them with support after they had been verbally abused by a group of youths on more than one occasion. Ongoing patrols of the area are being completed and offenders identified will be dealt with robustly.
PC Dickie is working with Housing and Runnymede Borough Council to tackle problems relating to the smoking of cannabis at several different addresses, in each instance causing annoyance and distress to other residents. Two ASB warnings letters have been issued, giving the alleged perpetrators the chance to change their behaviour.
PC Dickie has been working with Streetlight UK to offer support to an individual who intelligence has identified as potentially engaging in sex work against their will. Streetlight UK is a charity which provides specialist support to persons involved in prostitution.
PCSO Lydon has arranged a Designing Out Crime Officer (DOCO) visit for the area of Hawker drive in Addlestone, following reports of anti-social behaviour, for the review of the location and any possible crime prevention advice that can be considered.
PCSOs Ruddock and Lawford continue to work with partners and other departments in relation to MARAC (Multi Agency Referral Assessment Conference) to ensure safeguarding is provided to high risk victims of domestic abuse.
PCSO Street has been working with the Scottish Police following a dog that was found in Chertsey by members of the public. The dog was taken to the vets and was found to have been stolen from Scotland. The dog has been returned to its owners.
PCSO Brumell has been dealing with a neighbour dispute in relation to noise from an above property. Environmental Health and the local Housing Association have been made aware of the issues.
PC Arrow has attended Kwik-fit to distribute more catalytic converter marking kits as part of an initiative to reduce ongoing thefts.
Over the last month the Neighbourhood Team of PC Langtree, PC Clarke, PC Millar, PCSO Sutton, PCSO Lawford, PCSO Freedman, PCSO Humphrey, and PCSO Brooker have been focussing on partnership working to achieve outcomes in the community that matter most to them.
This has included the team patrolling Englefield Green and Egham Hythe where we have seen an increase in ASB and dealing with riders of e-scooters and other persons who have directly been involved in the ASB.  As part of this holistic problem solving approach the Neighbourhood Team have been working with the community teams to provide support to those families who need it and making arrangements to divert youths away from ASB, focussing their attentions on productive studies and activities.  Our dedicated YEO (Youth Engagement Officer) PC Wallace has also been pivotal in ensuring all avenues are explored and the engagement made at the right level.
We have also had complaints about ASB at Sainsbury’s on The Causeway, Egham.  The team have been working in partnership with Sainsbury’s to tackle their instore thefts which have targeted vulnerable people and obtaining the agreement from Sainsbury’s that they will install a barrier to prevent persons entering the underground car park which was being used as a car meet location, with excessive noise.  We can confirm the barrier is on order and they will be installing it ASAP.
PC Clarke and PCSO Brooker have been working in partnership with The Royal Holloway University of London, Egham in preparation for the return of students.  It is expected that most will start to return as of the 13th September.  We have engagement days arranged to educate the students and provide them opportunities to work with us.
SNT this month, as part of a Rural Crime operation, worked in collaboration with Runnymede Borough Council, Environmental Health and HMRC to stop vehicles, checking for illegal use of red diesel and waste carrying without the correct licence in addition to other offences. Proactive and targeted patrols in the vicinity of Kitsmead Lane regarding fly tipping and at Chertsey Meads in relation to wildlife offences have also been completed.
PCSO Haylor, PCSO Brumell and PC Arrow attended a coffee morning being held at Meadowlands where leaflets were given out to provide advice around Scams and how to safeguard against them.
SNT including the Borough Commander and the local Councillors this month held Meet the Beats in various locations around Addlestone, Chertsey, Ottershaw and New Haw. Speeding issues on London Street, Chertsey and Woodham Lane in New Haw were discussed with local residents among other issues raised.
Sergeant Nash has been very cruel and has set his team a challenge of visiting every street in their responsible areas over this next month; so please stop and say hello, we’d love to hear about how we can help you and your community.
Youth Plan
This month PC Wallace has conducted a joint visit on a young male who is well known to police and social services.  He has gained a place on a course at a local college which he is thrilled about and it is very much hoped that the course will provide him with a focus and will assist him to stay out of trouble.  PC Wallace is currently assisting one young boy and his family due to the amount of times the boy has come to notice during the last couple of months.  This is a work in progress and it is hoped that a return to the routine of school, support and follow up visits from police and social services will assist in helping him to make the right choices. 
PC Wallace has also had meetings with other Youth Engagement Officers as well as meetings with representatives from the independent Fearless Charity.  She is also involved in the planning meetings in relation to Junior Citizen which will be happening in November.
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Carolyn Anstey (Surrey Police, Office Manager, Runnymede)

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