Your September 2021 CAPASP Newsletter

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Welcome to September's newsletter!

You might be aware that Charlotte Homent, who brings this newsletter to you each month, is now on maternity leave. I am sure you will join me in wishing Charlotte and her family all the very best as they begin this exciting new chapter in their lives.

We are currently recruiting for someone to cover Charlotte's position while she is off. As supporters of CAPASP, we know you are already passionate about helping people and communities to build local resilience to scams and fraud, so, if you are interested in building on this, why not consider applying for this exciting role?! The details are here:

If you'd like to discuss the position, please doesn’t hesitate to get in touch for a quick chat - our email address is below.

Jeremy Sallis show

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Darryl Preston, was on the Jeremy Sallis show on Tuesday 7th September to discuss courier fraud. You can find out more here at 2 hrs 33 mins (approx 12.30pm):

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire - Jeremy Sallis, 07/09/2021

Remember, the Police will never send someone to your home to collect money or your bank card.

New supporter

We are delighted to welcome Fenland Youth Radio as a new CAPASP supporter.

Fenland Youth Radio logo

As you know, young people fall for scams too and being able to offer them scams awareness advice by way of their own dedicated radio station is a brilliant opportunity. Thank you to all the team at the station for getting on board!

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