There were four burglary dwellings in the Henley area during August.
During August there have been two reports of a white van driven by a male accompanied by a youth taking items from a garden and a skip. CCTV provided and investigation on-going.
Residents have voiced concerns regarding parking on double and single yellow lines and the mis-use of loading bays in the town centre. During September the neighbourhood team will conduct a full day of parking enforcement.
The neighbourhood team continue to routinely patrol Freeman’s Meadow, Henley skate-park and Makins play area to combat anti-social behaviour, drug use and supply.
Police have responded to numerous calls reporting males begging in the town centre; where appropriate these males have been asked to leave the town and given advice around the law and begging.
Saturday 3 August PCSO Smith attended an address in Henley following reports of a dog dangerously out of control. Words of advice given to owner.
Sunday 4 August PCSOs Smith and Hewett attended a public house following a report of a dog dangerously out of control in their garden. Owner details found and officers returned dog to its home.
Wednesday 7 August PC Taylor and PCSO Smith attended reports of a dog left in a vehicle in Kings Road car park Henley. Officers managed to gain entry to the vehicle without causing damage, and the dog’s welfare needs met. Words of advice given to owner.
Wednesday 21 August PCSOs Smith and Hewett carried out two address checks relating to a 14 year old female missing from Henley.
Friday 23 August PCSOs Smith and Hewett attended a shoplifting at Sainsbury’s in Henley where staff had detained a 13 year old male from Henley.
Sunday 25 August PCSOs Smith, Hewett and Apps area searched the town centre for a male claiming to have been assaulted.
Thursday 29 August PC Taylor carried out a mental health assessment on a local male and managed to secure him a place in a suitable hospital for treatment and support.
Have Your Say Meetings
Wednesday 11 September between 11-12pm in Market Place
Friday 20 September between 4-5pm outside the Henley Library
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