For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1210

Northwest Area Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Safer Neighbourhoods information and update:

Safer Neighbourhoods are all about you having a dedicated local team making your area safer, cleaner and a more pleasant place to live.  It may be you are fed up with anti-social and nuisance behaviour, for example. Or perhaps you have concerns about graffiti or vandalism?  Whatever the problem, Safer Neighbourhoods give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

 

At our last Safer Neighbourhood Meeting, on Wednesday 10th October 2012, we had no priorities / issues raised by members of the public for the local area. However, we continue to work towards reducing anti social behaviour with our ongoing Operation Pinamar Patrols.

 

Your next Safer Neighbourhood Meeting for the Northwest Area is:-

To be confirmed

Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you as members of the community an opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

Your Safer Neighbourhood Team Update:-

 

Changes to the team:-

On the 29th October Pc Rob Pilkington 2942 will be leaving the team. On behalf of our team I would like thank Rob for his hard work during his time in the Northwest area and wish him luck in his new role.

Pc LouiseDurham14159 will replace Rob as Safer Neighbourhood officer for this area and has a wealth of experience to bring to our area.

 

Hamble way and Peacroft court Hilton

We have received Parking complaints relating to Hamble way and Peacroft court Hilton. If you do park on Hamble way, please park considerately taking care not to cause any obstructions. This road is a narrow road with bends, Emergency services need access 24/7 so do not park anywhere that you would prevent access for them getting through. The team have been placing advisory leaflets on vehicles parked inconsiderately and any found causing an obstruction will now be dealt with pro- actively in a hope to solve the situation.

Peacroft court is in relation to inconsiderate parking from parents collecting /dropping off children at school. Please note there are adequate parking spaces within Hilton village hall grounds that can be used.

Please note the following Highway Code advice when parking in general:-

  • Do NOT stop or park anywhere you would prevent access for emergency services.
  • Opposite or within 10 meters (32ft) of a junction
  • In front of an entrance to a property
  • Where the kerb has been lowered to help wheel chair / powered mobility users.
  • You MUST not leave you vehicle in a dangerous position or where it causes UN necessary obstruction of the road.

By following the above information and guide lines removes the chance of you causing any obstructions and helps towards making roads a safer place.

 

Anti freeze 

We sadly have received a report in Hilton of a cat having to be euthanized after being poisoned by anti freeze. If you have any information relating to this please contact Pcso Kerry Waite 4469 on 101.

 

Prison me no way!

The team spent the day inJohnPortschool when yr 9 took part in Prison me no way! This was a day run by the prison service which gives insight to all aspects of prison life with the aim to deter bad behaviour. The day was very educational and was thoroughly enjoyed by the children taking part, most of whom did not like the sound of prison afterwards!

 

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Contact your local beat team:-

In an emergency, always dial 999.
For non-emergencies, dial 101. This operates 24 hours a day.

Email:

PC Rob Pilkington; Robert.Pilkington.2942@Derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

PC Louise Durham; Louise.Durham.14159@Derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

PCSO Kerry Waite; Kerry.Waite.4469@Derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

 

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