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Crime Reduction Department 
Thames Valley Police 
302 North Row 
Witan Gate East 
Central Milton Keynes 
MK9 2DS 
Tel: 101 
 
 
BURGLARY ALERT - RESIDENTS 
 
Dear Resident, 
 
There have recently been a number of burglaries in the area where the homes of elderly residents have been entered for the purpose of stealing valuable items such as jewellery, cash and various other items. 
 
It is important that residents ensure that they check, shut and lock all doors and windows before going out and when any room is unoccupied. This includes if you are in a communal area of sheltered housing. Your own flat must be left secure. 
 
Doors with handle operated locking systems must be locked with the key. Just pulling the handle up is not enough, the key must be used. 
 
Back doors should not be left unlocked even if you are in the house. Always keep the doors locked unless you are actually using them. 
 
If someone calls unexpectedly at your door do not open it. Beware of people trying to trick their way in. Keep the door closed and locked. If in doubt tell the person that you are calling the Police. 
 
Do not keep large amounts of cash in the house as this can be a target for criminals. 
 
Do not leave your keys in the door or anywhere nearby where they could possible be hooked out by an arm or implement, but keep them in a safe place ready for use in case of an emergency to exit the house. 
 
If you have a security alarm system always use it when leaving the house and if possible overnight. 
 
If possible keep valuable items out of sight of doors and windows. 
 
Try to prevent access into your back garden by for example, padlocking any access gates, raising the fence or gate height with trellis and moving any climbing aids such as a wheelie bin away from outside the gate or fence 
 
Look out for suspicious activity in your area and if concerned phone the Police on 101 
 
Consider joining Thames Valley Alert to receive crime prevention advice and crime alerts so you can be on your guard. Sign up at www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk 
 
Information on Neighbourhood Watch can be obtained at www.mkneighbourhoodwatch.org 
 
Further information and advice on crime prevention can be obtained from the Thames Valley Police web site at www.thamesvalley.police.uk and by selecting the Crime Reduction Section or via www.safermk.com 
The Council of the Borough of Milton Keynes (public bridleway number 18, parish of Emberton) Definitive Map Modification Order 2017 
 
The Council of the Borough of Milton Keynes (public bridleway number 18a, parish of Emberton) Definitive Map Modification Order 2017 
The parish council is pleased to report that this street light has now been repaired. 
In conjunction with Thames Valley Police, the parish council are able to offer Smart Water at a reduced cost of £8.95 per bottle. The product is enough solution to mark around 25-30 items. Each bottle of Smart Water has a unique forensic code making marked valuables identifiable. Smart Water is only visible under UV light. It is easy to apply and almost impossible to remove. The kit comes with 12 property labels and 2 window labels. Recognised by criminals, the “Smart Water thieves beware” signage sends out a warning to any would be thieves. The parish council will be purchasing 20 bottles of Smart Water and they will be available to residents on a first come, first served basis. Please contact the clerk to order a bottle. 
Emberton Parish Council will be updating this page with news and information from around the village. 
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