The Henley neighbourhood police team continue to conduct pro-active patrols for drug dealing and ASB around the Henley area. They will respond to intelligence provided by partners and the community.
In June, a minor was reported to Police for being in possession of a white powder, believed to be Ketamine. After attending Henley police station with an appropriate adult, she was reported to the youth offending team for intervention work.
On Friday 28 June, police attended a domestic incident on a boat temporarily moored in Henley and a male was arrested. On 29 June, police attended another domestic incident in Henley and a male was arrested.
The Henley neighbourhood team have welcomed new recruit PCSO Christopher Apps.
101 Fixed Penalty Notices were issued in June amounting to £3030. This is enforcement of single and double yellow lines and wrongful use of ‘Disabled Only Bays’. Police ask it would help enormously if local businesses would adhere to the parking restrictions, particularly, Friday Street in Henley. This would ease the flow of traffic and help members of the public going about their business.
PCSO Hewett assisted South Wales Police on 21 June with a male reported missing whose bank card had been used in Henley. Banks and businesses where the male was known to have used his bank card were visited and CCTV viewed to establish that it was the male using the card and confirmed that he appeared well. The male’s whereabouts are still unknown.
There is an on-going investigation into malicious communication by minors, via WhatsApp. All social media ‘malicious communication’ will be dealt with thoroughly and robustly.
Have Your Say Meetings
Please come along and talk to the police about any local concerns:
• PCSO Janice Smith – 17 July at 2.30 pm at the W.I. meeting at Greys Village Hall
• PCSO Claire Hewett – 25 July between 11-12pm Shiplake Train Station