The April Bulletin 2014 – PC Dan Carter Reports

Posted: April 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

10th- I returned back to work today. I had a great holiday in Morocco.

I crewed up with Sgt Holmes today for patrols of Popley and Oakridge. We searched two males, in Popley, after they admitted to smoking cannabis. One of the males had a lock knife. I issued the male with a community resolution.

16th- I have patrolled Popley during the day for the last three days and all was in order. Lovely weather too!

21st- Whilst cycling along Basing View, I located a teenager smoking cannabis. The cannabis was seized and the male will receive a ‘Youth Community Resolution’ in due course.


In other news: you may have seen and heard ‘NPAS’ (National Police Air Service) helicopter flying over Oakridge last night!? This was part of a well executed plan to locate suspected burglars in a building site. Two men were eventually arrested on site. Great team work with the officers from the FedsOnPeds, Targeted Patrol Team, Dog Unit, Firearms unit and of course the Helicopter unit. The photo is courtesy of the on board NPAS camera: *Originally posted by NPAS on twitter*


23rd- I took part in a drugs operation with many other officers from Basingstoke. A number of males were arrested on suspicion of drugs offences.

24th- Today was a long day! I started at 06:30 and shortly after I was on route to London. I assisted with the arrest of a suspected burglar.

Later I arrested a male from Popley on suspicion of producing cannabis.


⬆️Small cannabis plants ⬇️hydroponic equipment


25th- I along with several ‘Safer Neighbourhoods’ officers took part in a traffic operation in the town centre and along Popley Way. The aim of the op was to stop uninsured car owners or cars used for crime.


27th- Today was the busiest Sunday this year!. I arrested a male for possession of cannabis. I also seized more cannabis in a house search. Lots of paperwork and hardly any time for tea!!



30th- The first job of my duty was to seize a deadly throwing weapon from a young lad in Abbey Road. Suitable words of advice given!


Later I patrolled Marnel Park (Hewitt Road). I issued a verbal warning, to car owner, for parking on a public crossing.


Tonight the PSNP met and voted on two new priorities to run until July. These are: Drug issues throughout Popley and Criminal damage in Abbey Road.


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