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Police Information During Coronavirus Emergency

Police Updates

During the current emergency, the local Police are providing us with a range of updates relevant to the local area.  These will be shared here. Please check regularly for updates. Other help and support is available here:

Online Reporting of Crime

Please consider using the Thames Valley Police online reporting system (see link below) but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger. In those cases, call 999.

Beware of COVID-19 Scams
Unscrupulous criminals are exploiting fears about COVID-19 to prey on members of the public, particularly older and vulnerable people who are isolated from family and friends. National Trading Standards is warning people to remain vigilant following a rise in coronavirus-related scams that seek to benefit from the public’s concern and uncertainty over COVID-19.

Members of the public should ignore scam products such as supplements and anti-virus kits that falsely claim to cure or prevent COVID-19. In some cases individuals may be pressurised on their own doorsteps to buy anti-virus kits or persuaded into purchasing products that are advertised on their social media feeds. In addition, some call centres that previously targeted UK consumers with dubious health products are now offering supplements that supposedly prevent COVID-19.

Communities are also being urged to look out for signs of neighbours being targeted by doorstep criminals. While there are genuine groups of volunteers providing help during self-isolation, there have been reports of criminals preying on residents – often older people or people living with long-term health conditions – by cold-calling at their homes and offering to go to the shops for them. The criminals often claim to represent charities to help them appear legitimate before taking the victim’s money. There are genuine charities providing support, so consumers should be vigilant and ask for ID from anyone claiming to represent a charity.
COVID-19 scams identified include:

  • Doorstep crime
  • Criminals targeting older people on their doorstep and offering to do their shopping. Thieves take the money and do not return.
  • Doorstep cleansing services that offer to clean drives and doorways to kill bacteria and help prevent the spread of the virus.

The RBWM Community Hub 

The RBWM Community Hub as now been activated following the announcement from Central Government on Sunday 22nd March and it will help community groups and individuals who want to volunteer to co-ordinate their efforts and ensure that our most vulnerable residents get the help and support they need during the COVID19 outbreak.

As we activate the hub we are asking residents the following:
1. Become a COVID–19 Good Neighbour. Just get involved in your local neighbourhood. Share the message and encourage others to do the same. Click on this link to see how easy it is: and here

2. If you are an individual looking to volunteer please complete the online form and register via
The community hub will be in contact with you.

3. If you, or someone you know, is in need of help, please complete the form that can be found here:

WAM Get Involved Our Community Response

If you are an organisation already working in your community and offering services – please let "WAM Get Involved Our Community Response" know where you are and what you are doing, so we can reach the most vulnerable. Please email them using this form.

Community Groups
The list of community groups people can approach for support follows with contact links where known. This list is increasing, but is not yet exhaustive.  Any more anyone knows about, please let the police know using the contact form which follows the community group list.  

Community Group Information

If you are aware of or run a Community Group which can help local people in need, please use the following form to let Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA) know by using this contact form. Also, if you live near, or would like to join one of these groups - please let Jeff know and he will put you in touch with the site / group administrator. Messages via this form go direct to him and not through the school.

Free Resident Parking
As part of RBWM's COVID-19 response, residents will now be able to park in the following car parks without needing to show a parking permit for free, until further notice:
• Horton Road
• The Avenue
• Eton Court
• Meadow Lane
• Boulters Lock
• Braywick sports centre
• Hines Meadow (Sainsbury's)
• Magnet Leisure Centre
• Stafferton Way
• Town Moor
• Alexandra Gardens
• Alma Road
• Home Park
• King Edward VII
• Romney Lock 
• Victoria Street 
• Windsor Leisure Centre
Advice on Wedding Ceremonies
Following the introduction of new measures by the government organisations, including the local Registry Office, are now unable to perform wedding ceremonies for the foreseeable future.
RBWM's registrars will be contacting those with weddings booked in April and May first to look at alternative options and contacting those with weddings later in the year in due course.
LOVING ALL OUR NEIGHBOURS - John 15: 12 'This is My commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.'