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Aspatria Priorities

  • You said:- Youth Related Anti-Social Behaviour Aspatria
    Issue was set on Thursday, March 1
    • We did:- Tackling anti-social behaviour in and around Beacon Hill School and Brandraw car park and the library by dealing with this through intelligence led, proactive community policing with our partners. We continue to provide high visibility patrols with the aim of taking positive action with any young person found to be causing anti-social behaviour, this includes youths being taken home to their parents, the use of acceptable behaviour contracts in company with schools, youth providers and housing associations where relevant. Consideration of the use of dispersal orders if required.
    • Communities Together
    • The Allerdale Hub along with Allerdale Rural Policing Team PCSO's will be working with Beacon Hill Community School and Aspatria Dreamscheme to establish a project aimed at reducing youth related Anti-social Behaviour in Aspatria. The aim of the project is to break down barriers between young people and others in the community to promote a sense of ownership with the long-term objective of reducing Anti-Social Behaviour throughout the summer period and beyond. Further information will be provided in the coming months.
    • PCSO Activities in January
    • 4th January PCSO's 5214 Crome & 5298 Jones attended the Allerdale Rural Partnership meeting at the library.
    • 10th January PCSO 5298 attended Cockermouth Auction Mart to offer crime prevention advice to the local farming community.
    • 16th January PCSO 5298 attended Richmond Hill School and gave a talk and presentation on Cyber Bullying.
    • PCSO Activities in February
    • 2nd February PCSO 5298 attended a meeting at Beacon Hill School.
    • 16th February PCSO 5214 held his monthly Pub watch meeting at the Letters Inn.
    • 20th February PCSO 5214 attended Aspatria Town Council meeting.
    • 21st February PCSO 5214 held a police desk at West Street Surgery.
    • PCSO Activities in March
    • Thursday 1st March attended the Aspatria Rural partnership meeting at the library
    • Thursday 8th March a visit was conducted to Westnewton School
    • Friday 9th March an Internet Safety talk was given at Allonby School
    • Wednesday 14th March a visit was conducted to Beacon Hill School
    • Tuesday 20th March a Diversity talk was given to pupils at Allonby School by PCSO 5298 and PC Julie Dodd.
    • Tuesday 20th March PCSO's attended Aspatria Town Council meeting and gave an update to members.
    • ABC's / CBO's
    • Two local youths are currently on ABC's ( Acceptable Behaviour Contracts) for causing anti social behaviour within Aspatria Town Centre and the contracts will remain in place for six months.

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Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Gill Atkinson

Problem Solver Sergeant Gill Atkinson

Leanne Pettit

Problem Solver Constable Leanne Pettit

Peter Crome

PCSO Peter Crome

Megan Jones

PCSO Megan Jones

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Aspatria Police Desk

    When: Wednesdays - from 1pm until 3pm

    28/03/18

    02/05/18

    06/06/18

    11/07/18

    15/08/18

    19/09/18

    Where: West St Doctors Surgery, Aspatria

     

     

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Cockermouth Priorities

  • You said:- Youth Related Anti-Social Behaviour
    Issue was set on Thursday, March 1
    • We did:- Tackling anti-social behaviour in Great Broughton by dealing with this through intelligence led, proactive community policing with our partners. We continue to provide high visibility patrols with the aim of taking positive action with any young person found to be causing anti-social behaviour, this includes youths being taken home to their parents, the use of acceptable behaviour contracts in company with schools, youth providers and housing associations where relevant. Consideration of the use of dispersal orders if required.
    • Embleton Community Speed Watch Group continues to monitor speed through the village which has already resulted in a number of warning letters being sent to drivers.
    • PCSO Activities in February
    • 8th February PCOS's 5375 & 5360 gave a talk at Cockermouth School on ASB Driving, its consequences and offences.
    • 15th February PCSO's 5375 Parker assisted to promote the Army Cadets programme in Cockermouth.
    • 28th February PCSO attended the Dementia Alliance meeting
    • PCSO Activities in March
    • On the 2nd March a police desk was held in Broughton attended by PCSO 5375 and Inspector Gale answering any concerns raised by visitors.
    • On the 9th March a traffic operation took place in Cockermouth town centre with assistance form MSG, (Mobile Support Group), DVSA, (Driver And Vehicle Standards Agency, VOSA, (Vehicle and Operator Services Agency), and officer's from the recently formed pro-active team and PCSO's to tackle reports of Anti-Social Driving within the town. This resulted in three drug wipes being conducted which were negative; three illegal number plates where the owners of the vehicles will face prosecution; a driver being reported for not wearing a seat belt, a VDRS (Vehicle Defect Rectification Scheme) was issued to a driver for having a defective brake light, an immediate prohibition of a vehicle for having three defective tyres and a loud exhaust not conforming to standards and the driver was reported for the offences.
    • Tuesday 20th March PCSO 5375 attended a Dementia Alliance meeting.
    • ABC's / CBO's
    • A CBO, (Criminal Behaviour Order) has been granted by the courts for Jamie Barton not to enter any retail premises who are members of Cockermouth Shop Watch Scheme.

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Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Gill Atkinson

Problem Solver Sergeant Gill Atkinson

Leanne Pettit

Problem Solver Constable Leanne Pettit

Alex Ostle

PCSO Alex Ostle

Clare Parker

PCSO Clare Parker

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Cockermouth Police Desk

    When: Wednesdays - from 1pm-3pm

    25/04/18

    30/05/18

    04/06/18

    08/08/18

    12/09/18

     

    Where:  Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Station Road, Cockermouth

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Keswick Priorities

  • You said:- Shoplifting - Keswick
    Issue was set on Thursday, March 1
    • We did:- We are working hard to identify and catch those responsible and to encourage the public and businesses to be more vigilant and security conscious. We will work on prevention initiatives and target known offenders and have them brought to justice. We will also proactively promote the Shopwatch and Pubwatch schemes and ask all members to actively and regularly attend meetings. Police will actively seek to obtain Criminal Behaviour Orders from the courts to exclude persistent shoplifting offenders from commercial premises.
    • PCSO Activities in February
    • 12th February PCSO 5256 gave a presentation to members of Portinscale Women's Institute on the core role and responsibilities of a PCSO. attended a meeting at Beacon Hill School.
    • 19th February PCSO 5256 gave a presentation to members of Keswick Women's Institute on the core role and responsibilities of a PCSO.
    • PCSO Activities in March
    • 7th March both PCSO's 5356 & 5376 attended Bassenthwaite school and gave a talk and presentation on Road Safety.
    • Friday 9th March an Internet Safety talk was given at Allonby School
    • 19th March PCSO 5356 gave a talk on Risk Taking Behaviour and Internet Safety at Keswick School Boarding House.
    • ABC's / CBO's
    • A CBO, Criminal Behaviour Order, was granted for Stephen Wildgoose not to enter any member premises of Keswick Shop Watch Scheme.

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Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Gill Atkinson

Problem Solver Sergeant Gill Atkinson

Leanne Pettit

Problem Solver Constable Leanne Pettit

Catherine Smith

PCSO Catherine Smith

Todd Stuart

PCSO Todd Stuart

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Keswick Police Desk

    When: Wednesdays - from 1pm-3pm

    18/04/18

    23/05/18

    27/06/18

    01/08/18

    05/09/18

     

    Where:   Booths Supermarket Keswick

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Silloth Priorities

  • You said:- Youth Related Anti Social Behaviour Silloth
    Issue was set on Thursday, March 1
    • We did:- Tackling anti-social behaviour on and near The Green in Silloth by dealing with this through intelligence led, proactive community policing with our partners. We continue to provide high visibility patrols with the aim of taking positive action with any young person found to be causing anti-social behaviour, this includes youths being taken home to their parents, the use of acceptable behaviour contracts in company with schools, youth providers and housing associations where relevant. Consideration of the use of dispersal orders if required.
    • Communities Together
    • The Allerdale Hub along with Allerdale Rural Policing Team PCSO's will be working with Solway Community School to establish a project aimed at reducing youth related Anti-social Behaviour in Silloth. The aim of the project is to break down barriers between young people and others in the community to promote a sense of ownership with the long-term objective of reducing Anti-Social Behaviour throughout the summer period and beyond. Further information will be provided in the coming months.
    • PCSO Activities in January
    • 9th January PCSO 5299 along with PC Julie Dodd gave a talk on Hate Crimes at Holme St Cuthberts School.
    • 12th January PCSO 5299 gave a talk at Silloth primary School on Hate Crimes.
    • 25th January PCSO 5299 along with Cumbria Fire and Rescue Services gave a talk on Fire Safety and nuisance fires.
    • PCSO Activities in March
    • 19th March PCSO 5299 & PC 2143 gave a talk on Internet Safety at Holme St Cuthberts School.
    • 20th March PCSO 5299 & PC Julie Dodd gave a talk on Diversity at Holm Abbey School.

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Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Gill Atkinson

Problem Solver Sergeant Gill Atkinson

Leanne Pettit

Problem Solver Constable Leanne Pettit

Peter Nichol

PCSO Peter Nichol

Hannah Donaughee

PCSO Hannah Donaughee

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Silloth Police Desk         

    When: Wednesdays - from 2pm until 4pm

    11/04/18

    16/05/18

    20/06/18

    25/07/18

    29/08/18

    03/10/18

    Where:   Silloth Local Links Community Office, Liddell House, Liddell Street, Silloth



     

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Wigton Priorities

  • You said:- Vehicles being driven in an Anti-Social manner - Wigton
    Issue was set on Thursday, March 1
    • We did:- Tackling anti-social driving in and around Wigton town centre by dealing with this through intelligence led, proactive community policing with our partners. We continue to provide high visibility patrols with the aim of taking positive action with any person/s found to be driving in an anti-social manner, this includes working with partner agencies such as VOSA and reporting drivers under section 59 of the Road Traffic Act. Thursby Community Speed Watch Group continues to operate with a number of warning letters being sent drivers to watch their speed.
    • Communities Together
    • The Allerdale Hub along with Allerdale Rural Policing Team PCSO's will be working with Nelson Thomlinson School to establish a project aimed at reducing youth related Anti-social Behaviour in Wigton. The aim of the project is to break down barriers between young people and others in the community to promote a sense of ownership with the long-term objective of reducing Anti-Social Behaviour throughout the summer period and beyond. Further information will be provided in the coming months.
    • PCSO Activities January
    • 10th January PCSO 5351 attended Wigton town council meeting. PCSO Activities February
    • 13th February PCSO 5351 attended Thursby parish council meeting.
    • 14th February PCSO 5351 attended Wigton town council meeting.
    • 27th February PCSO 5326 attended Wigton Youth Station and gave a talk on Crime & Consequences. PCSO Activities March
    • 9th March PCSO 5326 attended Stoneraise Cottage and spoke to clients residing there about absconding and the consequences of their actions.
    • ABC's / CBO's
    • Seven youths have been referred to our Prevent & Deter programme resulting in a range of diversionary activities which also involves some of their parents. Some families are also engaging with Youth Offending Services and one parent has been prosecuted for their child's none attendance at school.

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Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Gill Atkinson

Problem Solver Sergeant Gill Atkinson

Leanne Pettit

Problem Solver Constable Leanne Pettit

Kerry Harris

PCSO Kerry Harris

Kier Irving

PCSO Kier Irving

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Wigton Police Desk

    When: Wednesdays - from 1pm until 3pm

    Where: Co-op/Lidl, Wigton

    04/04/18 Lidl

    09/05/18 Co-op

    13/06/18 Lidl

    18/07/18 Co-op

    22/08/18 Lidl

    26/09/18 Co-op

     

     

     

     

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