Whos Knocking At Your Door? Its Okay Not To Answer and Its Okay To Ask For Id
I hope that you are well.
We want you know that it's okay not to answer the door anyone that you don't know. Furthermore, if you do answer the door, it's okay to ask for ID or to close the door at any point if you feel uncomfortable.
We've had reports that in near by villages (Winterley and Shavington, we've had door-to-door sales people knocking on and making residents uncomfortable by saying that they have recently been released from Prison and should buy from them.
You do not have to buy anything that you do not want to buy and can always drop us a message for a reassurance or speak to myself out and about if you need reassurance.
We care that you feel safe in your home, in your community, in your county and therefore we will be here for you!
We're lucky enough to have fabulous Neighbour Watch Teams in our villages, who are key contacts that link in with me whenever it's needed to help to keep you safe and updated as to what's happening in your area.
The intelligence that they provide, and you can provide can help us to send out messages like this to keep our community a step ahead of anything going on in the area
Thank you for your time.
To report any crime, please call 101 or 999 always in emergencies. You can email me intelligence on email@example.com
If you do email intelligence, please include your name, DOB, address and time and date of occurrence.
PCSO Lizzie Jolley 22582
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