This is what 24 hours of policing in Milton Keynes looks like...

    Thames Valley Police yesterday (15/12) shared a brief overview of what 24 hours of policing looks like in Milton Keynes.

    Each morning, a daily management meeting is held to review and discuss notable crimes and incidents from the past twenty-four hours. Let's take a look at what was discussed in yesterday's meeting.

    1 x report of residential burglary

    This took place in Newport Road, Woburn where copper piping was stolen overnight. This is currently with Priority Crime Team (PCT) for initial investigation.

    No robbery offences reported

    29 x domestic crimes and incidents reviewed for investigation

    These range from non crime incidents to allegations of assaults, stalking, harassment, breach of restraining orders.

    1 x sex offence reported

    This is an ongoing investigation with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

    2 x reports of race/hate crime

    Both racially aggravated public order offences.

    5 x reports of actual bodily harm

    Three of which relate to assault ABH offences against staff by inmates at Oakhill Secure Training Centre. These are currently with the Priority Crime Team (PCT) for ongoing investigations.

    Early turn officers also started their shift by looking into four missing person investigations, three custody handovers, two unauthorised encampments (working alongside MK Council & neighbourhood teams), five reports for non-compliance coronavirus related matters.

    Yesterday, there were approximately 20 open jobs (8 domestics) and a number of reported crimes for TVP's Smarter Resolution Team to follow up with victims.

    © MKFM News 2020 

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