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   Latest Avon and Somerset Police Community messages    20 November, 2013

[RINGMASTER COMMUNITY MESSAGING - Banes - 764920111301]

Dear Friend

Avon and Somerset Police has commissioned an independent review of our recruitment process for Police Officers. We want the public to have a greater say in what makes a good police officer, to help us develop a more effective recruitment process to better reflect the community we serve and to make Avon and Somerset Police more welcoming to people with different backgrounds and skills sets.

Dr Marie-Annick Gournet, our independent consultant, and I, are hosting an event to bring together a number of people from our different communities to ask them to tell us what they want from their local police.

We'd like to hear your views on the behaviours, attitude and services you want from a Police Officer. We'd be delighted if you could join us on Tuesday 26th November from 17:30 to 19:00 to share your views.

The event will be held at:

Burges Salmon Offices,
One Glass Wharf,
Bristol, BS2 0ZX

Directions are enclosed.

Please could you contact Esther Wride by telephone on 01275 816087 or by email to Esther.Wride@avonandsomerset.police.uk to confirm your attendance.

Regards,

Nick Gargan
 


[RINGMASTER COMMUNITY MESSAGING - Banes - 6826/19/11/2]

Distraction burglaries Avon and Somerset / Wiltshire.

There are several teams at work and all seem to be targeting properties in quiet locations near main roads. BANES has two teams offending team 1 uses the suspicious person at the rear of property M O.
2 Males late teens or early twenties dark clothes hoodies and balaclavas. They will gain entry through the front door before distracting the victim.
Team 2, Male and Female the male is white 45 years dark hair with stained teeth the female is white mid-length hair, 5'4"   shapely build 30 years old.


If you have information about any crime, phone the police on 101 or you can call anonymously to the independent charity CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111.  For general information about Neighbourhood Watch nationally see the www.ourwatch.org.uk website.

 

 

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