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|Emma Long (Police, Comms officer, Corp Comms)
Stopping distances, consequences of hitting a child and fuel consumption are a few things covered in the quiz to test your knowledge of the difference between driving at 20mph and 30mph. The quiz, has been created as part of a month-long THINK! speed campaign educating motorists of the consequences of speeding.
We are encouraging motorists to take part in the short quiz to test your knowledge of the difference between driving at 20mph and 30mph. The quiz can be found here: https://www.qzzr.com/c/quiz/248588/know-the-difference-cambridgeshire
If you kill someone while speeding, you will have to live with the long-term emotional consequences. Remember that speed limits are there for a reason. Traffic Sergeant Ian Manley
|Lindsay Gardiner (Police, PCSO, South Cambridgeshire – Cambourne)
We have recently had reports of suspicious activity in a local village involving people going door to door offering to clean windows and carry out general maintenance to properties. We recommend that you research online before saying yes to their services, ask for a card/ leaflet with their details and obtain a written quote.
Whilst there have been no specific reports received from the police of crimes relating to Haslingfield, there are surrounding villages where the police have reported crimes relating to burglary or shed break-ins, vehicle thefts or thefts from vehicles. The police encourage everyone to take a few extra seconds to check that their vehicle or home is secure before leaving it and removing any items of value from view.
The police are encouraging residents to do the “Bad Wolf Test” which is a security quiz aimed at homes in South Cambs. Stay safe and take the bad wolf test = www.tinyurl.com/Bad-Wolf-Test
Remain vigilant. If you see anything suspicious, or, anyone behaving suspiciously please report this to the police on telephone number 101
Please come along to the Haslingfield Crime Prevention Event.
Tuesday 24 May 10:30 – 12:00 Haslingfield Village Hall
Find out more about home security and simple crime prevention measures.
Attendees include local PCSO Alex Giltinane, Rachel Carr Crime Reduction Officer, John Fuller Neighbourhood Watch Executive Group, and Teresa Harrold NHW village co-ordinator.
Come along to find out more about how you can protect your property and reduce crime.
Please come along and meet Teresa Harrold, Village NHW Co-ordinator, some of our Street Co-ordinators and our speakers. Hear from our speakers how we can protect Haslingfield our community, our property and ourselves from crime.
There will be the opportunity to purchase SmartWater property coding kits for a reduced price of £10, plus shed and window alarms at cost price.
Please take our home security survey ‘The Big Bad Wolf Test’ via the link below. Please use code 7156.
This survey is specific to villages in the South Cambs region.
Criminal damage occurred between the 10/04 and 24/04 whereby unknown offender(s) have broken a statue in All Saints Church in Haslingfield, CF01067640416
If you have any information that may help Police with this investigation please call 101 and quote the reference number above,
Or if you wish to remain anonymous please call crime stoppers on 0800 555 111
See Cambridge Evening News Article