Crime Prevention Weekend 22/23 Jan 2011

The St Michaels Police team will be holding a FREE crime prevention weekend 22/23 Jan 2011 Saturday 22nd January 2011 – Number Plate Screw Fix The purpose of this event is to reduce and prevent vehicle number plates being stolen from vehicles. We use special fixings which secure your number plate to your vehicle. The fixings cannot be removed by criminals. This event will be held in Sefton Park, opposite Livingston Drive, L17. Sunday 23rd January 2011 – Pedal Cycle Identification Marking The purpose of this event is to mark up all pedal cycles with a unique, tamper proof serial number. The number will be registered and recognised nationwide. This event will be held at The Old Police Station, Lark Lane Community Centre, Lark Lane, L17. Both events will be held between the hours of 10am – 4pm Please come along to one or both of the events and help reduce and prevent crime in our...

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Merseyside Police April 2009 Newsletter

The latest local police newsletter is out. These newsletters contain contact details for local officers, local policing priorities and news of recent events. Police Newsletters

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Body Found in Woodland in Otterspool

A man’s body was found in woodland in Otterspool yesterday. At around 8am a member of the public found the body, believed to be that of a man in his late 30s or early 40s, in woodland close to the local authority recycling centre. Police are not treating the death as suspicious but are keen to identify the victim so that they can contact his family. The man is described as white, around 6ft tall, of broad build, with cropped light brown hair and a short beard. He was wearing smart clothing, including a grey fleece jacket, and had two distinctive tattoos on his body: one of angels wings on the back of his neck and another of oriental-style writing on his left forearm. Officers are appealing for anyone who is concerned for the whereabouts of a friend or relative who matches this description, or has any other information, to contact them at Admiral Street police station on 0151 777 5376 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. (Liverpool...

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