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Welcome back from the Summer break!

Supplied by: Alison McWinnie - MET Police

We welcome in the new season with our next crime prevention talk: Burglary Reduction Talk 10am Saturday 24th September 2016 Kingston Quaker Centre Fairfield East Kingston KT1 2PT Would you like to reduce the chance of being burgled by 80%? The programme will cover: Burglary in context Why burglary happens – how it affects people The changes you can make to your home that will reduce your chances of being burgled by 80% Action Plan – What to do next! This is an interactive 1 hour session where attendees will learn all of the above and what they can do immediately to seriously reduce their risk of being burgled. The fabulous speaker, Chief Inspector Gary Taylor will be leading the session. This free event will be very popular. Please book your place by emailing kingstonnhw@ or write to Alison McWhinnie, Kingston Police Station, 5-7 High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. KT1 1LB. Everyone welcome Kingston Quaker Centre is a short walk from: Kingston rail station, Cromwell Road and Fairfield North bus stations, Eden Street bus stops, Cattle market car parks, Kingston shopping centre and Tiffin Boys School. Drones are proving to be highly topical these days! They are currently flying in an area of law that is still very much evolving in the UK – and amid much turbulence it would seem! What exactly is the ‘Drone Code’ for personal use these days? A drone carrying a camera cannot be flown within: • 150m of a congested area • 150m of any open air assembly of more than 1,000 people • 50m of any person or thing not under the pilot’s control Drones must not endanger any person or property and should always be kept away


from aircraft and airfields. Drones may be flown legally if: • They’re not carrying a camera • The pilot can ensure the flight can be safely made • The pilot can maintain unaided visual contact with the device • They do not drop anything from it that can cause harm or damage Drones flown commercially need a licence from the Civil Aviation Authority. Contact your local police or dial 101 if you are concerned about unsafe or intrusive local use of drones. Kingston Police, Neighbourhood Watch and Business Watch are all on social media. We would love you to follow us: Twitter - @mpskingston @KingstonNHW @KBBusinessWatch Facebook - /mpskingston /KingstonNHW / KingstonBoroughBusinessWatch Want to join Neighbourhood Watch? Email us today: This page is sponsored by Nolt Security:






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