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Operation Vulcan is go! This is our new Borough–wide initiative to tackle a perceived rise in drug dealing on the Borough. During February we achieved the following successes: • Arrested 16 suspected offenders for drug dealing or other drug related offences • Executed 14 search warrants at addresses across the borough • Closed two premises being used to take/ deal drugs • Seized the following drugs: Heroin, MDMA, Cocaine, Speed, Crack Cocaine and Cannabis • Seized £12,000 in cash. Do you suspect drug dealing in your neighbourhood? Let us know! Dial 999 if it is happening now. Alternative numbers for reporting include 101, your local Safer Neighbourhood team, or anonymously through Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111, or report online at Operation Vulcan will continue until the end of July 2016. Results will be released at the end of each month, so stay tuned to our Facebook page! Ever wondered what happens in a Magistrates Court? Join us on Saturday 14th May to meet a Magistrate and find out about their work. On Saturday 25th June Chief Inspector Gary Taylor will be talking about current scams and how to beat them. Both events will take place in the morning at The Kingston Quaker Centre. Admission is free but registration is essential. For further details and to register, please email Alison.

outside of the fridge door and the other goes inside the front door. The stickers alert the emergency services to the presence of a bottle. We give free bottles to members of NHW and attendees at our talks (subject to supplies). 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 Instagram - /mpskingston YouTube - /kingstonmps Want to join Neighbourhood Watch? Email us today

Ever heard of Message in a Bottle? An invaluable free system that could help the emergency services help you if they have to break into your home and find you unconscious or unable to talk (eg following a stroke). The bottles come with a form and two stickers. The form allows you to detail your name, any medical conditions, medications, allergies, next of kin details, and any carer obligations. The form goes inside the bottle, which then goes in the front of the fridge. One of the stickers goes on the


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