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Editors: Skegness Ingoldmells and Chapel
Inspector Steve Hill
Sgt Andy Hickinbottom

Paula Franklin
PCSO Katie Taylor
PCSO Dave Bunker,
PCSO Debbie Remnant,
PCSO Claire Scott,
PCSO Amy Cobble

PC Seb Clarke,
PCSO John Gray,
PCSO Steve Bowmar,
PCSO Chris Wood,
PCSO Dave Campion
PCSO Nicola Whitwham.

Steve Hill
Inspector Steve Hill
Seb Clarke
P.C. Seb. Clarke
Paula Franklin
P.C. Paula Franklin
**** Welcome to NewsBeat - latest information from Skegness Branch of Lincolnshire Police *****

Welcome to the August edition of the Newsletter.

Crime Update

Burglaries are still being reduced across the Sector, however, on the 15th August a male posing as a window cleaner attempted to enter a house on St Andrews Drive. He was disturbed by the homeowner.

A male was arrested this month after being found in possession in of two bamboo canes taped together which are used to fish car and house keys through letter boxes and open windows. Can I use this as a reminder to keep keys out of sight and not in a prominent place near the door.

Some areas of Lincolnshire have been targeted by a leaflet campaign by a firm called JB Sharpening. It may possibly be linked to burglaries and we would ask anyone who receives such a leaflet to contact us on any of the details below.

There have been several reports of cats having gone missing in the Beacon Park area of Skegness. One cat was recently found tied up and in a box in the porch of an empty house on the estate. The suspect for these offences is a male aged about 50yrs, white and of a medium build, riding a red modern looking mountain bike with front fork suspension. If anyone has any knowledge could they contact Skegness Police Station on 01754 762222.

St Clements College have asked me to remind you all about the very successful Truancy Watch that we ran during the last school year. Can I ask that if any student is seen wearing this logo between 0900 and 1510hrs outside of the school premises, could you contact Sarah Dovey on 01754 896300.

Skegness Police were very honoured to be able to provide a trophy in respect of attendance to St Clements College. This cup will be awarded to the student who has the best record of attendance and is part of a series of awards donated by Butlins, Xsite Skate Park and the Lady Mayor Pat Phillips to recognise achievements within the college.

The Skegness Team has adopted two more priorities:

Anti-Social Behaviour at the benches outside the Railway Station. This is a repeat of a previous problem that we had and that we addressed with a Designated Public Place Order in partnership with the ELDC. Several calls in the last fortnight have prompted me to highlight it again.

Damage to the beach chalets on North Parade. Only recently reported and will be addressed by high visibility patrols.

Finally, the Skegness area are looking for willing volunteers to become Magistrates. For anyone who is interested there is an open day at Skegness Magistrates Court on the 24th October 2009 between 1000 and 1500hrs.


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