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Good Afternoon, Fenstanton District Members –
Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 3rd to 9th July:
Fenstanton – Police executing a warrant at an address in Fenstanton on Thursday 2nd July arrested a person suspected to be involved in the supply of Class A drugs, after a search of the property revealed various types of white powder and crystalline substances believed to be Class A drugs, a large quantity of cash, drugs paraphernalia and several mobile phones. Investigations are continuing. (Ref 35/43227/20)
Hampton Close Area, Fenstanton – Police were called to the Hampton Close area of Fenstanton shortly after midnight early on Saturday morning 4th July, following a report of a large group of young people gathered at a car-park drinking in a nearby field. Officers located the group, spoke to them and sent them home. (Ref CC-04072020-0005)
Headlands, Fenstanton – A car left parked outside its owner’s house on Headlands, Fenstanton, was crashed into by an unknown vehicle at around 2:15 am early on Saturday morning, 4th July, which failed to stop and drove away. The car was badly damaged and pushed onto the pavement by the impact. (Ref CC-04072020-0040)
And Finally … Have You Heard of the ‘National Cyber Security Centre’ (NCSC)?
My thanks to St Ives Ecops subscriber Julie for drawing my attention to this organisation.
The NCSC is the UK centre of excellence for cyber security, supporting the general public, industry, the public sector and critical organisations on all aspects of how to prevent and protect themselves from cyber attacks. This involves protecting the devices we all use – smart-phones, laptops, tablets and computers – the services we all access, and the vast amounts of personal information that we entrust to them.
For individuals and families, the NCSC has advice about staying safe and dealing with common cyber problems, such as hacking, identity theft, computer viruses and other losses of data and information.
For the self-employed and sole traders, the NCSC can advise on how to protect your business and the technology that you rely on. There is also advice for organisations of all sizes, small, medium and large, and for the Public sector and cyber security professionals.
Find out more about the NCSC by visiting their web-site at:
Please be aware that these reports do not contain all details of all reported crime. We do not publish details of domestic related offences or anything which may put a person at risk if information regarding the crime was made public.
As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact police by using any of these methods:
the '101' non-emergency telephone number;
the on-line web-chat tool on the new Cambridgeshire Constabulary web-site - click on the green icon;
Alternatively, you can use 'Crimestoppers' to make a report anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or by using their on-line contact form.
In an emergency, or if you witness a crime in progress, always use '999'.
Chris Shaw, PSV
St Ives Police Station
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Chris Shaw (Police, PSV - Online Communities, Huntingdonshire - St Ives)