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Suspicious Incident – Credenhill

We are investigating a suspicious incident which occurred in Credenhill on Sunday 13th February.

Around 9.30pm officers from Hereford, along with colleagues from the Ministry of Defence Police and a helicopter from the National Police Air Service attended reports of a loud bang in the Credenhill area. 

We are keen to hear from anyone who may have any information relating to the incident or that may have been in the area around the time of the incident and heard or seen anything suspicious. 

If you have information this please let us know using the online ‘Tell Us About’ form on our website quoting incident reference 649 of 13/02/2022. 

If you aren’t comfortable contacting us directly, you can pass on information anonymously to the independent charity, Crimestoppers, by calling 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website:

Thank you for your help. It is only by the police and the public working together that we can prevent and detect crime. 

Kind regards,

PC Josh Kitchen

Safer Neighbourhood Team – Hereford Rural North

Safer Neighbourhood Team – Community Engagement Events

A member of your Safer Neighbourhood Team will be HERE in the:

                       Car park of CREDENHILL shops

on the following dates/times:

Sunday 5th December 11am-12

Tuesday 11th January 10am-11am

Thursday 3rd February 10am-11am Please come and say “Hello” to your Safer Neighbourhood Team and/or discuss any issues or concerns that you may have.



Antisocial behaviour (ASB) incidents have increased over the last three years. Police forces, councils and housing associations are reporting significant spikes in ASB cases – and these are not minor incidents. They are complex and serious cases causing real harm to many people. 

45% of people say ASB is a problem where they live, and 56% of those who had either been a victim of or a witness to ASB did not report it to anyone. *

To help tackle the issue, we are running a campaign encouraging people to SAY NO TO ASB.  The campaign will run from the 25th October through to the 21st November on our social channels with key information on recognising, recording, and reporting ASB on our website:

We are running a free online ‘SAY NO TO ASB’ webinar on 15th Novemberat 5pm with the charity ASB Help as part of the campaign. Places are limited. To book your place, visit


·  Follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and share our posts to your social channels, including WhatsApp community groups, to encourage more people to SAY NO TO ASB

·  Download our ‘Recognising, Recording and Reporting ASB Guide from to share with your community 

·  Download our 14-day ‘ASB Diary’ from to support you in recognising, recording, and reporting ASB incidents in your area. 

To find out more and SAY NO TO ASB, visit

If you would like a digital campaign pack, please email

* Data source: Taking Back our Communities – working together to make communities safer report, commissioned in 2021 by RESOLVE, a Centre of Excellence solely focused upon community safety and antisocial behaviour

Change of date – Credenhill Police surgery

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Message Type Icon Change of date – Credenhill Police surgery
Good afternoon,    Please note a change of date for our next Credenhill Police Surgery. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Credenhill shops car park  Friday 12th November 10am-12  Wednesday 10th November 10am-12   Kind regards PCSO Christina Howard on behalf of your Hereford Rural North Safer Neighbourhood Team   Do you know that you can now report crime online? If you would like to report an incident to us and it is not an emergency then please visit our website link –                                                                    Hereford Rural North Safer Neighbourhood Team


The campaign taps into the psychology that scammers use to hook people in, helping you stay one step ahead and protect yourself and your loved ones against the increasing variety of scams happening every day. We’ve identified the following five behaviours scammers commonly use:

•           They imply they’re doing you a favour (reciprocity)

•           They indicate everyone else is doing this (social proof)

•           They say your only chance is to act now (urgency)

•           They act like they’re similar to you, so you like them and want to please them (connection)

•           They ask you to do one little thing which makes you do more (commitment).

We also know that often victims of scams report that in hindsight they felt something wasn’t quite right at the time.  This campaign aims to raise awareness of the tactics scammers use and encourages people to ‘stop and think’ if something doesn’t FEEL, SEEM, LOOK or SOUND right.  This allows them time to trust your gut instinct and help prevent becoming a scam victim.

“Everyone likes to feel special. But watch out! If a stranger is going out of their way for you, something fishy may be going on instead. Scammers like to offer one-off deals and favours. Don’t be afraid to tell them no.” John Hayward-Cripps, CEO of Neighbourhood Watch Network

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