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Dalton, Askam and Kirkby Priorities

  • Tackling road safety and inconsiderate parking
    Issue was set on Monday, January 9
    • You informed us as a result of a parish council meeting in January 2017 that there were problems with speeding vehicles and inconsiderate parking in Dalton Town Centre. As a result of a further meeting at Dalton Town Council in December 2018 the decision was taken to continue with this priority.
    • We have:
    • Raised a problem profile so that officers can be briefed about the issues and update the results of their actions.
    • Placed the Speed Indicator Device in Market Street to register speeding vehicles.
    • Liaised with Highways to ensure that action is taken regarding vehicles parked illegally.
    • Liaised with the Council re enforcement for obstructions and used advisory notices and Fixed Penalty notices for offending vehicles .
    • Applied for funding for laser gun for Dalton Town Council to set up a speed watch group.
  • Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking
    Issue was set on Monday, February 20
    • Police are working in partnership with other stakeholders and have agreed a Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking.
    • You told us in February 2017 as a result of a survey that there is an issue with young people under the age of 18 consuming alcohol and although progress has been made, there is work to do.
    • As a result of a survey it has been confirmed that the majority of young people are obtaining there aclohol from within the home setting and are being given permission to use alcohol by parents and guardians.
    • This is impacting on the health of young people and resutling in wasted resources by schools, hospitals, ambulance, social services and police.
    • We will
    • Liaise with licensing at the town hall and ensure that licensed premises comply with licensing conditions
    • Direct patrols at high demand locations at peak times for ASB
    • Liaise with door staff at licensed premises
    • Use appropriate police powers to reduce violent crime and disorder i.e. arrests, It’s Your Choice, tickets for proxy purchasers and sellers.
    • Early intervention via Section 35 notices where appropriate.
    • Carry out joint patrols with schools, fire service and trading standards to educate, engage and prosecute where necessary.
    • Work closely with schools, social services and hospitals to gather intelligence.
    • Work with parents to educate them re the dangers / consequences of proxy sales.
    • Promote the Community Alcohol Partnership at local fun days by using CAP materials and resources aimed at deterring young people from consuming alcohol.
    • Work with young people by encouraging them to take part in the CAP 10th Anniversary Film Project via schools and youth clubs.
    • Timetable of summer events have been provided to PCSO's for distribution to local young people to provide an awareness of diversionary activities.
    • Rounder's tournament held between Police and Fire and Rescue V Furness Academy Year 10 to breakdown barriers between services and young people.
    • 'Using Someone Else's ID' campaign highlighted on Barrow Police Twitter account.
    • Submit a Community Alcohol Partnership team to take part in It's A Knockout at Barrow Park on Sunday 24th September 17
    • Carry out multi agency joint patrols in the run up to Halloween and Bonfire night
    • Carry out a Proxy Sales campaign at the point of sale in Asda and Tesco on the weekend of 28th and 29th October 17 to educate the public to the illegality of purchasing alcohol for those underage
    • Carried out joint patrols with community development officers to consult with young people to gauge their feelings and desires for an outreach project.
    • Displayed Community Alcohol Partnership posters in off-licences in the run up to Halloween advising the public on the illegality of proxy sales.
    • Take part in a Respect Your Retailer Campaign in Asda and Tesco in Barrow.
    • Tour local schools to give "Lived Experience" talks in conjunction with The Well.
    • Repeat surveys with residents on Abbotsmead and Newbarns to measure the success of the project
    • Repeat surveys with off-licenses to measure the success of the project

Dalton, Askam and Kirkby Crime Maps

Crime map for Dalton, Askam and Kirkby Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Jim Bailey

Inspector Jim Bailey

Caroline Milligan

Problem Solver Sergeant Caroline Milligan

Karen Morrow

Problem Solver Constable Karen Morrow

Mark Jordan

Problem Solver Constable Mark Jordan

John McVea

PCSO John McVea

Louise Johns

PCSO Louise Johns

Welcome to your area pages. From here you can find information on your area policing team, crime information and how Cumbria Police is tackling your area priorities.

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Barrow Police Desk 

    When: 

    Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1000 until 1300 hrs.

    Where: Forum 28

    What: Askam Police Desk

    When:  Sunday 15th April 3pm - 5pm, Monday 23rd April 4pm - 6pm, Friday 27th April 11am - 1pm and Monday 30th 3pm - 5pm

    Where:  Askam Pod 

     
    What: Dalton Police Desk

    When:  Every Saturday 2pm-4pm

    Where: Drill Hall, Dalton


    What:
      Rampside Police Desk

    When:  First Tuesday of every month 10am-11am

    Where: Rampside Village Hall

    What: Dalton Town Council Meeting

    When:  First Monday of every month @ 7pm

    Where: Dalton Town Hall

     

     

     

     

     

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Parkside, Hawcoat and Ormsgill Priorities

  • Drug Use
    Issue was set on Sunday, November 20
    • In January 2016 you said that there was an issue with illegal drugs on the Ormsgill Estate, When we re-visited this in November 2017 progress has been made but more work was required.
    • We carried out warrants under The Misuse of Drugs Act, making numerous arrests and seizing illegal drugs.
    • Used Stop/Search powers on those suspected of being in possession of drugs.
    • Worked in conjunction with Barrow Council to ensure that tenants adhere to tenancy agreements and those tenants who deal in Class A drugs are evicted.
    • Deployed officers in both plain clothes and high visibility uniform on foot and on push bikes with a view to a better coverage of the Ormsgill Estate.
    • We will continue to undertake regular pro-active activity around drugs issues on Ormgsgill over the next six months, if any residents wish to provide us with intelligence or information regarding drug use on the estate, please contact us via 101 or on Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.
    • Timetable of summer events have been provided to PCSO's for distribution to local young people to provide an awareness of diversionary activities.
    • Rounder's tournament held between Police and Fire and Rescue V Furness Academy Year 10 to breakdown barriers between services and young people.
  • Anti-Social Behaviour
    Issue was set on Sunday, November 20
    • You informed us in January 2016 that there was a problem with Anti-Social Behaviour in the area of Ormsgill.
    • When we re-visited this issue in November 2017 via our research, there had been some progress, however more work was required. We will continue:
    • With a profile so that officers can be briefed about the issues and update the results of their actions.
    • Deploy Police Community Support Officers to engage with the local youths.
    • Organise initiatives over the summer holidays including Street Soccer Sessions and carried out joint work with the Ormsgill Youth Club and the Brathay Trust.
    • We wil continue to work in partnership with the DVLA and have already clamped 6 vehicles during August on the Ormsgill Estate.
    • Timetable of summer events have been provided to PCSO's for distribution to local young people to provide an awareness of diversionary activities.
    • Rounder's tournament held between Police and Fire and Rescue V Furness Academy Year 10 to breakdown barriers between services and young people.
  • Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking
    Issue was set on Monday, February 20
    • Police are working in partnership with other stakeholders and have agreed a Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking.
    • You told us in February 2017 as a result of a survey that there is an issue with young people under the age of 18 consuming alcohol and although progress has been made, there is work to do.
    • As a result of a survey it has been confirmed that the majority of young people are obtaining there aclohol from within the home setting and are being given permission to use alcohol by parents and guardians.
    • This is impacting on the health of young people and resutling in wasted resources by schools, hospitals, ambulance, social services and police.
    • We will
    • Liaise with licensing at the town hall and ensure that licensed premises comply with licensing conditions
    • Direct patrols at high demand locations at peak times for ASB
    • Liaise with door staff at licensed premises
    • Use appropriate police powers to reduce violent crime and disorder i.e. arrests, It’s Your Choice, tickets for proxy purchasers and sellers.
    • Early intervention via Section 35 notices where appropriate.
    • Carry out joint patrols with schools, fire service and trading standards to educate, engage and prosecute where necessary.
    • Work closely with schools, social services and hospitals to gather intelligence.
    • Work with parents to educate them re the dangers / consequences of proxy sales.
    • Promote the Community Alcohol Partnership at local fun days by using CAP materials and resources aimed at deterring young people from consuming alcohol.
    • Work with young people by encouraging them to take part in the CAP 10th Anniversary Film Project via schools and youth clubs.
    • Timetable of summer events have been provided to PCSO's for distribution to local young people to provide an awareness of diversionary activities.
    • Rounder's tournament held between Police and Fire and Rescue V Furness Academy Year 10 to breakdown barriers between services and young people.
    • 'Using Someone Else's ID' campaign highlighted on Barrow Police Twitter account.
    • Submit a Community Alcohol Partnership team to take part in It's A Knockout at Barrow Park on Sunday 24th September 17
    • Carry out multi agency joint patrols in the run up to Halloween and Bonfire night
    • Carry out a Proxy Sales campaign at the point of sale in Asda and Tesco on the weekend of 28th and 29th October 17 to educate the public to the illegality of purchasing alcohol for those underage
    • Carried out joint patrols with community development officers to consult with young people to gauge their feelings and desires for an outreach project.
    • Displayed Community Alcohol Partnership posters in off-licences in the run up to Halloween advising the public on the illegality of proxy sales.
    • Take part in a Respect Your Retailer Campaign in Asda and Tesco in Barrow.
    • Tour local schools to give "Lived Experience" talks in conjunction with The Well.
    • Repeat surveys with residents on Abbotsmead and Newbarns to measure the success of the project
    • Repeat surveys with off-licenses to measure the success of the project

Parkside, Hawcoat and Ormsgill Crime Maps

Crime map for Parkside, Hawcoat and Ormsgill Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Jim Bailey

Inspector Jim Bailey

Caroline Milligan

Problem Solver Sergeant Caroline Milligan

Karen Morrow

Problem Solver Constable Karen Morrow

Mark Jordan

Problem Solver Constable Mark Jordan

Jones

PCSO Jones

Livingston

PCSO Livingston

Welcome to your area pages. From here you can find information on your area policing team, crime information and how Cumbria Police is tackling your area priorities.

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Barrow Police Desk 

    When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am until 1pm.

    Where: Forum 28

     

     

     

     

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Salthouse, Newbarns and Roose Priorities

  • Burglary - Non Dwelling
    Issue was set on Monday, March 5
    • In March 2018, our area PCSO raised the issue of burglary non dwelling on his area. This was in relation to business premises and sheds in the area.
    • We will direct our staff to carry out proactive patrols
    • We will ensure that our community are reminded to address any insecurities in their premises via twitter
    • We will carry out leaflet drops in target areas
  • Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking
    Issue was set on Monday, February 20
    • Police are working in partnership with other stakeholders and have agreed a Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking.
    • You told us in February 2017 as a result of a survey that there is an issue with young people under the age of 18 consuming alcohol and although progress has been made, there is work to do.
    • As a result of a survey it has been confirmed that the majority of young people are obtaining there aclohol from within the home setting and are being given permission to use alcohol by parents and guardians.
    • This is impacting on the health of young people and resutling in wasted resources by schools, hospitals, ambulance, social services and police.
    • We will
    • Liaise with licensing at the town hall and ensure that licensed premises comply with licensing conditions
    • Direct patrols at high demand locations at peak times for ASB
    • Liaise with door staff at licensed premises
    • Use appropriate police powers to reduce violent crime and disorder i.e. arrests, It’s Your Choice, tickets for proxy purchasers and sellers.
    • Early intervention via Section 35 notices where appropriate.
    • Carry out joint patrols with schools, fire service and trading standards to educate, engage and prosecute where necessary.
    • Work closely with schools, social services and hospitals to gather intelligence.
    • Work with parents to educate them re the dangers / consequences of proxy sales.
    • Promote the Community Alcohol Partnership at local fun days by using CAP materials and resources aimed at deterring young people from consuming alcohol.
    • Work with young people by encouraging them to take part in the CAP 10th Anniversary Film Project via schools and youth clubs.
    • Timetable of summer events have been provided to PCSO's for distribution to local young people to provide an awareness of diversionary activities.
    • Rounder's tournament held between Police and Fire and Rescue V Furness Academy Year 10 to breakdown barriers between services and young people.
    • 'Using Someone Else's ID' campaign highlighted on Barrow Police Twitter account.
    • Submit a Community Alcohol Partnership team to take part in It's A Knockout at Barrow Park on Sunday 24th September 17
    • Carry out multi agency joint patrols in the run up to Halloween and Bonfire night
    • Carry out a Proxy Sales campaign at the point of sale in Asda and Tesco on the weekend of 28th and 29th October 17 to educate the public to the illegality of purchasing alcohol for those underage
    • Carried out joint patrols with community development officers to consult with young people to gauge their feelings and desires for an outreach project.
    • Displayed Community Alcohol Partnership posters in off-licences in the run up to Halloween advising the public on the illegality of proxy sales.
    • Take part in a Respect Your Retailer Campaign in Asda and Tesco in Barrow.
    • Tour local schools to give "Lived Experience" talks in conjunction with The Well.
    • Repeat surveys with residents on Abbotsmead and Newbarns to measure the success of the project
    • Repeat surveys with off-licenses to measure the success of the project

Salthouse, Newbarns and Roose Crime Maps

Crime map for Salthouse, Newbarns and Roose Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Jim Bailey

Inspector Jim Bailey

Caroline Milligan

Problem Solver Sergeant Caroline Milligan

Karen Morrow

Problem Solver Constable Karen Morrow

Mark Jordan

Problem Solver Constable Mark Jordan

Iain Richards

PCSO Iain Richards

Emily Langhorn

PCSO Emily Langhorn

Welcome to your area pages. From here you can find information on your area policing team, crime information and how Cumbria Police is tackling your area priorities.

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Barrow Police Desk 

    When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am until 1pm.

    Where: Forum 28

     

    What: Fife Street Neigbourhood Watch

    When: First Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm

    Where: Surestart Centre on Greengate Street

     

    What: Abbotsvale Tenants and Residents Meetings 

    When: First Thursday of every month at 6:00pm

    Where: Abbotsvale Community Centre

     

     

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