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Are YOU safe online? Come and find out
Meet DC 2539 Tracy Earley from Cheshire Police Cyber Crime Team.
Tracy has over 29 years experience as a Police Officer for
Cheshire Constabulary and is a specialist in cyber crime solutions.
She will share her knowledge on how to protect yourself from online crime. It doesn't matter how much a techno you are, we are all at risk, its explained in a friendly and interesting way how to identify and avoid the risks of becoming a victim to online crime and fraud.
Its fun and very informative so please come along, enjoy a cuppa and a cake and learn more about this modern day crime. Please contact us if you wish to attend so we be ready to make you welcome.
Full House at our first Mobberley Neighbourhood Watch Meeting
Over 60 turned out for our first meeting - more details to follow
We appreciate your support
The outstanding work of officers, staff and volunteers was celebrated at the Constabulary's annual ACE (Achieving Cheshire Excellence) Awards event on Friday, 13 September 2019.
The awards are the Constabulary's highest accolades that can be awarded to an individual or team who has gone that extra mile or demonstrated exceptional commitment to policing in Cheshire. This year's ceremony was the fifth annual event and took place at Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel. It was presented by ITV weather presenter Emma Jesson.
Services to the Public - PCSO Emma Darroch - Well Done Emma
Please order your free Mobberley Neighbourhood Watch window sticker today so we can get them printed before the October meeting. Contact the team at email@example.com or through our contact page
Neighbourhood Watch and ABF The Soldiers’ Charity have announced a fundraising initiative that will bring neighbours together to share a meal and raise money for both charities.
Together for Good: The Neighbourhood Watch Big Curry will run for the entire month of September with supporters of both charities coming together to share a meal, swap their stories and build new friendships. Each meal will be a chance for supporters to give to each charity through small individual donations as well as getting neighbours talking to one another.
Events can be held on a small scale – taking place in someone’s living room with a handful of supporters, to bigger events in a community hall where everyone in a street is invited, for example. The important thing is that people come together to get to know their neighbours over some lovely food to raise money for two well-loved charities. Organisers pay the money they have raised via The Soldiers’ Charity website with the funds split evenly between Neighbourhood Watch and The Soldiers’ Charity.
Neighbourhood Watch is the largest crime prevention movement in England and Wales with over two million members. A significant focus of Neighbourhood Watch is to build active, more engaged communities where people know and trust their neighbours.
John Hayward-Cripps, CEO of the Neighbourhood Watch Network, said: “We’re known as an organisation that focuses on crime prevention and reporting but getting neighbours talking and interacting positively with one another is a huge priority for us. Communities are most resilient to crime when neighhbours look out for each other. There’s no better way to get to know your neighbours than by sharing a meal with them. We’re really proud to be partnering with The Soldiers’ Charity on this special project.”
The Big Curry is an ongoing fundraising initiative from The Soldiers’ Charity which encourages neighbours to share a meal and raise money for soldiers, veterans and their families. You can download Big Curry posters and recipes for free by heading over to the websiteand clicking ‘Resources’.
Brigadier (Ret’d) Robin Bacon, Chief of Staff at ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, added: “We are incredibly proud to be working with Neighbourhood Watch and are looking forward to bringing people together over the Army’s long-standing tradition of a love of curry. This tradition originates from the British Army’s long service in India and elsewhere in the Asian sub-continent, particularly during the days of the British Raj under Queen Victoria.
“We hope that everyone taking part will thoroughly enjoy themselves. Whether they will be eating together in someone’s home or sharing with the wider community, they can have the satisfaction of knowing that they are helping the Army family. We very much appreciate all the effort put in by everyone to make this special project happen.”
If you are interested in hosting a Neighbourhood Watch Big Curry, visit The Soldiers’ Charity website for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find your local Soldiers’ Charity representatives.
Getting lots of nuisance telephone calls is a concern for many people.
BT has launched a new FREE service for all landline customers to stop customers receiving nuisance calls called BT Call Protect.
BT Call Protect is a new call diverting service to prevent nuisance calls and is available for free to all existing and new BT home landline customers.
The service is the first of its kind in the UK and it could see up to 30 million nuisance calls a week (half of these coming from personal accident claims and PPI companies alone) automatically diverted before they reach customers.
To activate the free service call 0800 389 1572 from your BT landline or sign up via BT’s Call Protect webpage: www.bt.com/callprotect
Once you sign up, it can take up to 24 hours for Call Protect to start working.
How does it work?
• BT blacklist. BT continually monitor for the worst nuisance call offenders and once they identify them, will automatically divert them for you. The service is turned on by default when you get BT Call Protect.
• Personal blacklist. You can also create your own blacklist of up to 100 numbers, including the last call you received, by dialing 1572 or by going online. Future calls from those numbers will divert to your junk voicemail box and if BT sees that lots of customers are adding the same number to their personal blacklists, they will add it to the BT blacklist.
• You can automatically block certain types of caller. Call Protect also allows you to divert particular types of calls: those from international, withheld and unrecognised numbers.
In all three cases, nuisance calls will be directed straight to a junk voicemail box (completely separate from your regular answerphone) so your phone won’t ring at all, and diverted callers will instead be directed to leave a message.
You can dial 1572 at any time to check the junk voicemail box for any messages the callers have left.
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