EMERGENCY RADNAGE COMMUNITY MEETING held on 24th October – Updated

EMERGENCY RADNAGE COMMUNITY MEETING –

held at 7pm on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24th at RADNAGE VILLAGE HALL

Following the recent spate of burglaries in Radnage and surrounding areas this meeting was arranged in conjunction with Thames Valley Police and Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch. Many thanks to those of you that attended this meeting and here are the Minutes.

A Radnage Neighbourhood Watch Facebook page has now been set up specifically for Radnage Residents to promote a good community NHW, to support each other and to share crime reports, theft in the area, to notify members of any local crime and anything else that may affect our village.

Queries were raised regarding CCTV – please see: https://www.gov.uk/…/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-yo…

Please be aware that if your camera(s) capture/s images outside the confines of your own household, those images are subject to the DPA. Please see the Information Commissioner’s Office website (https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/cctv/) for more information about domestic cameras covering areas other than your own property.

To report Crime:
Dial 101
or 999 in an Emergency
email: marlowsouthwestruralnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

 

SelectaDNA – Property Marking System

At the meeting discounted property marking by SelectaDNA at £22 was discussed and here is the information provided via Neighbourhood Watch –

Neighbourhood Watch scheme members can now buy these kits at a special price of £22.00 per kit inclusive of VAT and p&p directly from them.

Whilst burglaries in the Wycombe District remain low, they always increase with the extended hours of darkness once the clocks go back this weekend.  So, do consider increasing your protection with SelectaDNA.

SelectaDNA is a smart way to invisibly identify valuable items such as computers, antiques, jewellery, TVs, and other electronic equipment.  It is a liquid only visible under UV light that you can use like ink to put a mark on the items, but inside the liquid is the DNA – lots of microdots that contain a unique code that is registered to the owner.  So, when the stolen item is recovered, the police can use their UV lights to check the marked area, identify the code, look in the database and return the item to the registered owner.  The thief is also highly likely to be convicted of the crime.

The liquid comes with warning stickers to put on your doors or windows and tamper-proof stickers to go on the larger items, alerting would-be burglars to the risks of taking anything from the house as it is all marked. Each Selecta DNA kit can mark around 50 items and this special price of £22.00 includes the cost of the database registration and delivery.  There are no repeat fees for this registration.

To order, please visit:

https://www.selectadna.co.uk/nhw

Enter WDNHW22 in the Voucher Code box at the bottom of the page and this will take you to the ordering process at this reduced price.