Your Neighbourhood Team Priorities
Noise Nuisance late at night in residential area
Due to these reports it has been raised as a neighbourhood issue for the team to monitor and act upon appropriately with our partner agencies.
If you witness anything regarding these problems please call 101 quoting the ref number above so local officers can be made aware of current incidents.
Actions taken on your neighbourhood priorities
You Said... We did Following a number of complaints about noisy students at the beginning of the year we have raised this as a neighbourhood issue.
You Said... There needs to be more action taken against noisy students who disturb residents late at night.
We Did... We will continue to liaise with Student Services at the Royal Holloway University of London and with the Environmental Health department at Runnymede Borough Council to address any issues that arise.
Noise nuisance is dealt with by the Environmental Protection team at Runnymede Borough Council. Whilst not a police issue, we take issues that concern our community seriously and work closely with the team to ensure all incidents are looked into in partnership with the Community Liaison Office at Royal Holloway University of London.
Theft from Motor Vehicles
Theft from motor vehicles are on the rise within the borough. Most offences have occurred in the lower end of the borough in New Haw but we have seen some activity within Egham Town.
Please remember not to leave anything of value, big or small when leaving your vehicle at night, or in a car park. Even leaving cables that are plugged in or on the floor along with bags in plain view can be the tipping point between having your car broken into.
We have been conducting high visibility patrols around the area and in particular hotel car parks taking registration numbers of vehicles that have items on show and speaking with prospective patrons of establishments in order to advise them not to leave property in vehicles. Where other valuables have been seen and the owner not been located, we have issued letters to them advising of the fact that their vehicle has been seen with valuable goods inside to make them aware.
Begging within the High Street
Over the last five months we have seen an increase in begging within the High Street. If you have been approached by someone asking you for money, do not feel guilted into giving them any. Please contact us as soon as possible on 101 with any information.