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Secret cut to police budgets

by jamesbaker on 4 February, 2016

Despite assurances to protect the budget the Chancellor is secretly slashing police budgets by over £200 million. Independently elected Police Commissioners will now be forced to raise the additional funds to keep their communities safe by upping council tax. Buried deep within a ministerial statement the Government today has finally had to admit that it […]

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Crime update – Warley Ward – 6/7th October.

by jamesbaker on 7 October, 2015

Please be aware of the following incident(s) that have been recorded for the Ward during the period 7am 6th October  to 7am 7th October. Burglary Dwelling & attempts    Woodlesford Crescent, Mount Tabor – overnight 5/6th October – Rear door lock is snapped off and entry gained to dwelling.  Various items of property are removed including […]

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Warley ward crime report 30th Sep – 2nd Oct

by jamesbaker on 3 October, 2015

Please be aware of the following incident(s) that have taken place in the neighbourhood during the period 7am 30th September to 7am 2nd October Burglary Dwelling & attempts None recorded Burglary other (including garages & sheds) None recorded Theft from motor vehicle None recorded Theft form shop None recorded Theft non specific None recorded Theft […]

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Crime Report for Warley ward 5-8th June

by jamesbaker on 8 June, 2015

Please be aware of the following incident(s) that have taken place in the neighbourhood. Burglary Dwelling & attempts None recorded Burglary other (including garages & sheds) None recorded Theft from motor vehicle None recorded Theft of motor vehicle / TWOC None recorded Damage crime Brackenbed Lane, Pellon – 5/6th June – front windscreen cracked and […]

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The plethora of unknown chemicals contained within ‘legal’ highs is a direct result of years of prohibition. As prohibition created the incentive for producers of drugs to experiment with new chemicals to create legal versions of illegal drugs. Whilst there are many benefits to selling chemicals in ‘head shops’ that pay taxes rather than via […]

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Warley Crime Update 16/17th April

by jamesbaker on 17 April, 2015

Warley Crime Update 16/17th April Please be aware of the following incident(s) that have taken place in the neighbourhood. Burglary Dwelling & attempts None recorded Burglary other (including garages & sheds) None recorded Theft from motor vehicle Fountain Head Road – 15/16th April – TWO vehicles parked locked and secured outside owners home addresses. Overnight, person/s […]

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Police Launch Campaign to tackle Moorland Fires

by jamesbaker on 7 April, 2015

Please take note There is a commonly held belief that grass moorland is set on fire as a form of moorland management this is false – it is arson and offenders will be prosecuted The burning of moorland is not a victimless crime, the moors are being managed with public money to return them into better condition to […]

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Many US states have now moved towards legalizing cannabis, and Portugal has decriminalized drug use. We have been losing the war on drugs for years, and the mood of the times is to try a different approach. An approach where people who use drugs are given support and help to quit their habits rather than […]

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Warley Crime update 30/03/15

by jamesbaker on 31 March, 2015

Please be aware of the following incident(s) that have taken place in the neighbourhood. Burglary Dwelling & attempts None recorded Burglary other (including garages & sheds) None recorded Theft from motor vehicle None recorded Theft of motor vehicle / TWOC None recorded Other Crimes Moor End Road – on 2 seperate nights, person persons unknown […]

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Crimes reported at Fountainhead village

by jamesbaker on 16 February, 2015

I’ve had reports of some crimes being committed at Founthead village. One residents has reported trees, shurbs and pots being stolen from their garden, and another has informed me about an act of vadalism on their car on Golding Hop Close. These crimes have been reported to the Police, if you have seen anything or […]

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