Follow links to report and also find crime prevention advice and further tips on the subjects outlined below.
Drug dealers are sentenced to a combined 16 and a half years in prison after being caught red-handed by officers mixing cocaine.
Read the full story here > http://spkl.io/61814adJX
Burglary Alert: 06/02 12:30 – Queen Annes Terrace Leatherhead entry via rear kitchen door, damage to bottom panel, nothing appears to have been taken. Another property at same location also had a burglary where entry was via an unlocked door after breaking through rear garden fence.
Burglary Alert:06/02 19:16 Epsom Road Leatherhead access via front door after breaking glass panels to open door from inside.
Burglary Alert:06/02 18:27 – 07/02 03:52 Fox Lane Little Bookham side window smashed to gain access to living room.
Signs of courier fraud (its still happening in Mole Valley) Typically the suspect will pose as a bank official, police officer or a computer or utility engineer.
Stop: Taking a moment to stop and think before parting with your money or information could keep you safe.
Challenge: Could it be fake? It’s okay to reject, refuse or ignore any requests. Only criminals will try to rush or panic you.
Surrey County Council has launched a new dog walkers code of conduct to ensure the countryside can be enjoyed by all and to protect wildlife and the natural environment.
The code of conduct highlights the importance of picking up dog waste which is harmful to both humans, livestock and wildlife, why dogs should be kept under control particularly around ground nesting bird season and Surrey’s recommended number of dogs per individual when dog walking.
More to Mole Valley
Alongside the British Red Cross, the Surrey Prepared team is hosting free first aid training at locations across Surrey. The relaxed, two-hour session is suitable for beginners or those with existing knowledge. You’ll gain the confidence and ability to react immediately to an incident, injury or illness.
Sessions available in Feb, March May and June 2024. Book now, tickets are first come, first served:
Watch out for these fake emails claiming you’ve won a “36-piece Tupperware set”.
The emails lead to websites designed to steal your personal information.
Your reports have led to the removal of 295,300 malicious websites as of December 2023.
If you receive a suspicious email, report it by forwarding the email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent Reports of Anti -Social Behaviour (ASB)
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