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The NPT have become aware of an increase number of stolen mopeds and motorbikes in the whole force area.  Bikes are generally being stolen which have limited security measures we would always advocate getting the biggest lock that you can afford and lock it to a permanent structure in an attempt to stop it being removed easily.

If you have any intelligence about these thefts then please contact crime stoppers on 0800 555 111 where you can report this anonymously.

Issue Date Wednesday 7th December 2022

Keynsham Town Centre has seen a moderate increase in youths causing ASB and committing damage offences.  The NPT Team are aware and resources and tactics are in use to combat the rise and identify offenders. The team would encourage the community to call 101 and contact the team when ASB is being actively committed.  We are as a community stronger if we work together and encourage anyone with any footage, screen shots from social media that may assist in identifying individuals to contact the team through the website or 101.

Issue Date Thursday 1st December 2022

The disruption of the supply of controlled drugs remains a priority for the force and is fortunately low in and around Keynsham, but it does exist and we are keen to address its as it often has links to other crimes that effect an even wider community.

We are as a community stronger if we work together and we encourage anyone with any information to contact the team through the website.

Alternatively information can be give anonymously through Crimestoppers website.

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Issue Date Sunday 24th April 2022

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