For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1310
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 Tuesday 18th June 2013, it was decided by members of the public that Graffiti would be our new priority.
Your next Safer Neighbourhood Meeting for the Northwest Area date is
At Hilton village hall, Wednesday 6th November at 18.15hrs, this will be followed by the Council Forum meeting.
Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you as members of the community an opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.
Good news update for the area:-
The team have changed shifts to work until the early hours of the morning to combat the graffiti priority set at our last meeting. No further graffiti has been committed. The shifts have been successful and many searches conducted, intelligence gathered and offences have been dealt with during these. Since our last report the team have been busy and have the following results to update:-
- A Female has been charged with x1 Robbery, x1 Attempt Robbery, x2 Burglary and x1 sexual assault.
- X2 Arrests have been made for concern in the supply of controlled drugs and are bailed pending further enquiries.
- A Cannabis warning has been issued to a male found in possession of class B drugs in Hatton.
- A Cannabis warning was issued to the occupant of a parked car during a routine stop check in Church Broughton.
- A 15 year old girl has been given a drug awareness course as part of restorative justice after our previous update in last months report where she was arrested for possession of cannabis.
- A 17yr old male has been reported to court for no licence and insurance after being caught in Hilton riding a friends scooter.
- A male has been reported to court for not wearing a seat belt in Hilton
- X2 Arrests were made on suspicion of Theft in a dwelling in Hilton both have since been released without charge.
- A male has been arrested after a routine stop check in Hilton found him in possession of Class A drugs.
- A Male has been arrested for possession of Class B drugs and a Female arrested for possession of Class A drugs as part of a pre planned operation in Foston. Both have been bailed pending further enquiries.
- A Male was arrested for driving in Mickleover whilst unfit. Bailed pending further enquiries.
- A female prisoner has been arrested for assault x2 on staff and x1 attempt theft.
- 2 males have been arrested on suspicion of a non dwelling burglary in Egginton.
- Whilst conducting afternoon school patrols in Hilton 2 people were reported to court for failure to wear a seatbelt.
- A male has been charged with possession with intent to supply class B drugs.
- A male has been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and has also been reported to court for using a mobile whilst driving and failure to wear a seatbelt.
- A scooter was seized on Avon way Hilton for rider not having insurance, enquiries on going.
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