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Neighbourhood Watch and Community Newsletter 26-4-21

Alert message sent 26/04/2021 18:02:00

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Thames Valley Police (Oxford) - changes in police personnel
Neighbourhood Policing Teams
Kayleigh Livingstone is the new Sergeant for Oxford North policing area replacing  Andy Poole who has moved to Wiltshire.
Cowley - a new sergeant for Cowley Neighbourhood Team has been appointed and will be starting soon. 

Bulan Road/ Dene Road
There have been reports of some attempted break-ins of vans and cars with little or nothing stolen. Please report to police on 101 or online even if nothing has been taken.

Blackbird Leys Neighbourhood Policing Team
“Children’s encounters with the police can have a lasting effect on how they view the force and engage with them as adults.” The Blackbird Leys Neighbourhood Team and TVP Violence Reduction Unit have secured 40  Mini Police uniforms. They are looking forward to some meaningful engagements this summer with the local schools and community.
If there is news from other policing teams please email.

Thames Valley Police News

A man and a woman have been sentenced to prison for perverting the course of justice following a Thames Valley Police investigation.
Anisah Ahmed, aged 33 of Wilkins Road, Oxford and Mustafa Hussain, aged 34 of Montague Road, Slough, were sentenced at Oxford Crown Court on 19 April, 2021.
Ahmed pleaded guilty to two counts of perverting the course of justice and was given a discretionary life sentence with a minimum term of four years and six months’ imprisonment.
Hussain was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment, suspended for two years. He was also sentenced to carry out 150 hours’ unpaid work and to pay £2,000 in costs.
More details here:
In 2015, Ahmed falsified threatening emails in order to obtain an injunction against a 39-year-old male victim.
She also worked together with Hussain by creating false allegations of kidnapping, rape, grievous bodily harm and other offences against the same victim.
The pair were charged with the offences in May 2019.
Witness Appeal 
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after an incident of grievous bodily harm in Oxford.
Between 10pm and 10.30pm on Thursday (22/4), it was reported that a man in his forties was assaulted by two offenders on Cowley Road, between the junctions of James Street and Jeune Street.
The victim sustained head and facial injuries, as well as fractured ribs. He received medical treatment but has since left hospital.
Investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Lisa Jones, of Oxford CID said: “I am appealing for any witnesses to this incident during which the victim sustained injuries requiring hospital treatment.
“Officers have made two arrests in connection with this incident, but we still require information to aid our investigation.
“Anyone with any information about the incident is urged to call 101 or visit our website, quoting investigation reference number 43210171217. “
A 34-year-old man from Oxford and a 27-year-old man from Kidlington were both arrested in connection with the incident and have been released on police bail until 20 and 21 May, respectively.

Crime Prevention
National Insurance number ‘compromised’ cold call 
An official sounding voice usually claiming to be from the National Crime Agency or National Office for Serious Crimes has been cold calling unsuspecting members of the public, asking them to call back urgently. It may state that your National Insurance number has been compromised, but it’s an attempt to get you to hand over your personal details.
You may receive it in the form of a pre-recorded message or phone call that sounds threatening, so please do ignore it. 
Pension Scam
Have you been offered a FREE pension review? Professional advice on pensions is not free. If you’ve received an unsolicited offer about your pension, this could be a scam.
Suspicious emails
As of 31st March 2021 (from April 2020) 5,500,000 have received suspicious reports which has allowed removal of  more than 41,000 scams and taken down 81,000 malicious URLs
If malicious activity is  believed the department will
seek to block the address the email came from, so it can no longer send emails
work with website hosting companies to remove links to malicious websites
raise awareness of commonly reported suspicious emails and methods used with the help of our partners
Please note…
You should not report a suspected crime to - this is only for suspicious emails. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, you should report it:
to Action Fraud or call 0300 123 2040

Social Media Groups
There are various social media groups available to join and for information 
Oxford Neighbourhood Watch 
Safer Barton, Risinghurst and Sandhills
Phipps Road/Napier Road Neighbourhood Watch Group
Next Door - Oxford Neighbourhood Watch www.

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Maggie Lewis (NWN, Multi Scheme Administrator, Thames Valley, Oxford LPA)

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