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Crime Stats for Cambridgeshire – Some information maybe out of date ie It states that Whittlesey still has a Police Station.

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https://www.ukcrimestats.com/Police_Force/Cambridgeshire_Constabulary

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WTC Planning Agenda Monday 17th Feb

WTC Planning Agenda 17th Feb 2020
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WTC Meeting – Wednesday 12th February 2020 #2

Apologies for the quality of the document.
Re CCTV See Cambs Times© article Click Here

WTC Papers 200212

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Future Road-Works Planned

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Flood Warning NO Longer In Effect

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WTC Meeting – Wednesday 12th February 2020 #1

As usual if there are any anomaly or correction to these comments below – please let me know and I will correct.
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Feb 2020 - WTC Meeting Pro Forma

 

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Be My Valentine Scam – Please Be Aware….

Valentine’s Day may be a time for romance for some however we are warning the public of romance fraud.
In Cambridgeshire last year (2019) there were 86 reports of romance fraud, with total losses to victims of £558,026.Romance fraud is when fraudsters target victims, often through online dating sites or social media, to form a relationship. They will use the site to gain their victim’s trust and ask them for money or enough personal information to steal their identity.

The vast majority of people using dating sites are sincere and honest in the information they provide and in their reasons for joining, however, there are exceptions, and you need to be aware of how to keep yourself, your bank account and savings protected while meeting people online.
Crime reduction officers will be going live on the force’s Facebook page at 10.30am on Friday (14 February) to give information about romance fraud and how to spot the signs.

They will be joined by three Cambridgeshire victims of romance fraud who will share their stories with the public, as well as the CEO of Get Safe Online, Tony Neate.

Nationally, last year more than £68million was lost to romance fraud in the UK.

Romance fraud not only has the potential for victims to lose vast amounts of money, but the emotional impact can be even more difficult to come to terms with. We know this is a massively under-reported crime for a number of reasons, which is why we are trying to raise awareness of the issue.
To learn more about this type of scam tune into the Cambridgeshire Constabulary Facebook page at 10.30am tomorrow (14th)

Kind regards,

Message Sent By
Lauren Alexander (Police, Senior Communications Officer, Cambridgeshire Constabulary)
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Report & Observations on WTC Meeting Wednesday 12th

A shorter report will be posted within the next 24 hours (hopefully)…

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Flood Warning Still In Effect

See notice link on sidebar.

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Advance Notice – Road Closure Station Road 26th April

 

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