Presentation on theme: "OLD WINDSOR NEIGHBOURHOOD Community Consultation Thursday 27 th November 2008."— Presentation transcript:
OLD WINDSOR NEIGHBOURHOOD Community Consultation Thursday 27 th November 2008
Health and Safety and administration. There are no planned fire alarms. Please turn off all mobile phones. Please don’t interrupt presenters or over talk. Contribute to group discussions and exercises to have your say.
Aims of the evening - To introduce you to your Neighbourhood Policing team. To Remind everyone of the current three Neighbourhood priorities. To brief you on the Old Windsor ‘NAG’ and what it has been doing for you. To provide an update in relation to those priorities, since the Neighbourhood was launched a year ago. To review the results of the consultation and select the three priorities for the next year.
Format of evening. Presentation by Neighbourhood Policing Team. Group work to review consultation and identify Priorities for Closure.
Introducing your Neighbourhood Policing Team. Sergeant Mike Darrah Neighbourhood Specialist Officer Steve Parker Police Community Support Officer Andy Aldridge NO -PC Frances Ailward Inspector Pete Dalton
Partners working alongside the Neighbourhood Policing team. Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead-Anti Social Behaviour team. RBWM Housing Associations Local Councillors Social services Local businesses RBWM Licensing Team Neighbourhood watch Pub watch Youth services Residents
2007 – 2008 TOP 3 Priorities Police visibility Parking Anti social behaviour
What is the Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG)? It is a multi-agency group with an independent chair that meets on a regular basis to manage performance and delivery against the three Neighbourhood priorities. It consists of professionals and residents/community members. It is an action group not a talking shop. It is a way of coordinating all the agencies/resources that will work together in managing & resolving the priorities.
Who is in the NAG ? N.A.G POLICE OFFICERS R.B.W.MRESIDENTSPCSO’S YOUTH SERVICES COUNCILLORS N’HOOD WATCH LICENSING TEAM A CHAIR……… +
PRIORITY ONE - POLICE VISIBILITY What have we done? Contact with Local MP regarding Resourcing and New Police Point for Old Windsor. Neighbourhood Team posters distributed. Dedicated mobile phone contact for initiatives. New NHP Website. Police Surgeries Launched. More Officers and PCSO’s allocated to Old Windsor. Assistance from wider police/partner resources for initiatives/operations. Targeted Patrol Initiatives.
PRIORITY TWO - PARKING What have we done? Increased Patrols. Increased Enforcement. Work with Schools. Correspondence with the RBWM Parking Enforcement Team. STILL IN PROGRESS: New Bollards to prevent curbs being obstructed. Further work with parking team to increase patrols. Work with the Community to promote more responsible parking.
PRIORITY THREE - ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR What have we done? Improved facilities at Youth Club. Plans underway to install lighting at recreation ground. 2-Week police operation targeting ASB. Multi Agency letters sent to youths involved in ASB. Vehicle Access Restricted to REC. Plans to install CCTV. Plans to extend alcohol free zone. Petard Camera deployments. Two successful police operations deployed. Under age drinkers targeted and alcohol seized.. Acceptable Behaviour Contracts for offenders.
What is a quick win ? It is a low level problem or issue, raised by members of the public which the police/partners have resolved. They are separate from action towards the three Neighbourhood priorities. It may have been raised as an issue following a NAG, Public forum or other community consultation with members of the public.
Quick Wins for Quick Wins for Disqualified driver arrested using Old Windsor roads. Disqualified driver arrested using Old Windsor roads. Stolen pedal cycle located through active stop checks. Stolen pedal cycle located through active stop checks. Crime prevention initiatives held at Elderly residential homes. Crime prevention initiatives held at Elderly residential homes. Abandoned vehicle recovered in Straight Road. Abandoned vehicle recovered in Straight Road. Stolen Horse box located and recovered Crimp Hill. Stolen Horse box located and recovered Crimp Hill. Dangerous parking issue resolved by Pcso Aldridge. Dangerous parking issue resolved by Pcso Aldridge. Recovery of a number of un-taxed vehicles through multi-agency work with262 DVLA. Recovery of a number of un-taxed vehicles through multi-agency work with262 DVLA. Pcso Aldridge took action against a hostel resident, who had breached their conditions by consuming alcohol within a alcohol free zone. This resident was re-located. Pcso Aldridge took action against a hostel resident, who had breached their conditions by consuming alcohol within a alcohol free zone. This resident was re-located.
Priorities for next year. Sgt Mike Darrah. HAVE YOUR SAY!