Presentation on theme: "Protecting our communities together North Forum Date: 6 th June 2013 Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeant: Roger Fildes."— Presentation transcript:
Protecting our communities together North Forum Date: 6 th June 2013 Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeant: Roger Fildes
Data Protection notice When discussing members of the public, all agencies and individuals will agree to respect their confidentiality. The disclosure of information outside this meeting, should not occur unless there is a legal basis for a disclosure. Community Priorities Warwickshire Police is obliged to protect communities from harm in line with the ‘Police Priorities’ This may mean in exceptional circumstances SNT officers may be required to work on other policing priorities. If this happens there will be a need to re-negotiate priorities. This will be done in liaison with the Chair of the panel
Forum Priorities 1.ASB- Doctor’s Surgery, Tithe Barn & Library, Polesworth, Nuisance Youths & Anti Social Behaviour (25 Targeted Patrols ). 2.ASB- Hill Top & St. Nicholas Estate, Nuisance Youths & Anti Social Behaviour (25 Targeted Patrols). 3.TRAFFIC- Long St. & Brown’s Lane Dordon, congestion owing to Traffic Offences (25 Targeted Patrols).
ASB- Doctor’s Surgery, Tithe Barn & Library Polesworth (25 visits = 100% agreed Policing activity ) 67 TARGETED PATROLS CONDUCTED. Regular Patrols carried out by Local SNT & also IR units. Domehawk Cameras additionally temporarily tasked to patrol this area. Local Youth Engagement Organisations brought on board. Visits to Local Schools & to nuisance youth’s homes where appropriate.
ASB- Hill Top, St. Nicholas Estate, Baddesley Ensor (25 visits = 100% agreed Policing activity ) 64 TARGETED PATROLS CONDUCTED. Checks undertaken by Local SNT, Specials & Incident Resolution Vehicle & high visibility patrols conducted using The Common, Hill Top & Boot Hill as a ‘Through Route’ Any youths located in the area, suitably advised & moved on (Youth Engagement Organisations also advised). (Nuisance Motor Cycles ASB also tasked on this ‘Through Route’).
TRAFFIC- Long St. & Browns Lane overspill, Dordon (25 patrols = 100 % agreed Policing activity) 76 TARGETED PATROLS CONDUCTED Frequent checks have been conducted by using this a ‘Through Route’, but not necessarily recorded every time. Vehicle keepers given a warning in the first instance have complied with regulations (1 received further warning). Several vehicles parking on the pavement in Woodlands Close also received warnings. Several vehicles have been warned regarding parking violations in Browns Lane also.
TEAM NEWS NORTH – Old Bank House telephone number is now via ‘101’ or 01827 719 297 if you wish to leave a message visit “WARWICKSHIRE POLICE” Safer Neighbourhoods website for voicemail and e-mail contacts & further information Any events please inform us. PC 575 Mark Jackson, PCSO 6098 Simeon Hodson & PCSO 6154 Mick Harle & the Special’s Team. Thank you for your continuing support. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
North Warwickshire Community Safety Partnership Year end crime and disorder figures 2012/13 Reductions achieved across all crime types Overall crime levels down by 459 crimes to 3299 crimes ( 12% reduction) violent crime down by 71 crimes to 514 (12% reduction) domestic burglary down by 51 crimes to 239 (18% reduction) vehicle crime down by 51 crimes to 567 (8% reduction) anti social behaviour incidents down by 241 incidents to 2099 ( 10% reduction)
North Warwickshire Community Safety Partnership activity in 2013/14 will include: Sustaining crime and disorder prevention measures for the priority crime types Including violent crime, domestic burglary, vehicle crime Reducing reoffending Local initiatives will include extending the use of Nomad 3g mobile cctv cameras and considering setting up town watch schemes
Thank you for your time. Contact your team should you have any concerns. PC 575 Mark Jackson PCSO 6098 Simeon Hodson & PCSO 6154 Mick Harle, ASS 3705 Dicken, SC 3417 Jackson, SC 3432 Lambert, SC 3449 Perry SC 3464 Price, SC 3195 Snell, SC 3195 Brown Tel: 01827 719 297 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.safer-neighbourhoods.co.uk/nwn