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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 May
    • PCSO 5214 2nd May attended body worn camera training and Aspatria Police desk at Aspatria Library
    • PCSO 5214 3rd May attended Aspatria rural partnership meeting
    • PCSO 5214 8th May attended a CRASH meeting
    • PCSO 5214 9th May meeting regarding speeding complaint with Problem solving Sargent
    • PCSO 5214 12th May meeting at Chestnut Hill, Keswick re speeding in company with the problem solving sergeant, highways and Keswick town council members
    • PCSO 5214 15th May attended Suicide awareness training
    • PCSO 5214 16th May attended Aspatria Town Council meeting
    • PCSO 5298 17th May attended Richmond Hill school for a Road Safety Talk
    • PCSO 5298 18th May reassurance patrols Aspatria
    • PCSO 5214 25th, 26th and 27th May Anti social behaviour patrols Aspatria
    • PCSO Activities in June
    • PCSO 5214 6th June Street safe pre meeting at Beacon Hill School, Aspatria followed by Aspatria Police desk at West Street Medical centre.
    • PCSO 5214 7th June Appleby Fair
    • PCSO 5322 and 5376 Aspatria Carnival
    • PCSO 5214 12th June CRASH meeting
    • PCSO 5214 13th June Street safe St Mungos park and Queen Street, Aspatria.
    • PCSO 5214 16th and 17th June Lakesman Triathlon
    • PCSO 5314 19th June Meeting Beacon Hill School
    • PCSO 5214 24th June CRASH
    • PCSO Activities in July
    • PCSO 5214 4th July Communities Together Day of Action, Aspatria
    • PCSO 5214 5th July Anti Social Behaviour Partnership Meeting
    • PCSO 5214 6th July Aspatria Pubwatch Meeting
    • PCSO 5214 12th July Prevent and Deter Talk and an Acceptable Behaviour Contact Review
    • PCSO 5214 17th July Acceptable Behaviour Contract review
    • 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 the next reviews are due in October.

Aspatria Crime Maps

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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

    15/08/18

    19/09/18

    Where: West St Doctors Surgery, Aspatria

     

     

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Cockermouth 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 May
    • PCSO 5356 2nd May School talk and police dog visit with PC 2232
    • PCSO 5376 4th May Reassurance patrols Aspatria
    • PCSO 5356 8th May NPT review meeting at Workington Police station
    • PCSO 5376 9th May Body worn video training
    • PCSO 5356 17th May Wellbeing - Mental heath Awareness and Keswick Town council meeting
    • PCSO 5356 18th May Mental health awareness week
    • PCSO 5356 19th and 20th May Antisocial behaviour patrols Keswick and Cockermouth
    • PCSO 5356 23rd May Keswick Police desk - Booths
    • PCSO Activities in June
    • PCSO 5298 5th June Shopwatch Meeting, Skiddaw Hotel, Keswick.
    • PCSO 5356 10th June Keswick Mountain Festival
    • PCSO 5356 11th June Keswick Pubwatch
    • PCSO 5298 12th June Meeting Keswick School
    • PCSO 5356 15th June 10 Weekly Parish Council Engagement Meeting
    • PCSO 5356 16th and 17th June Lakesman Triathlon
    • PCSO 5356 20th June Silloth Police Desk
    • PCSO 5356 21st June Keswick Town Council Meeting
    • PCSO 5298 21st June Junior Citizenship scheme, Workington Fire Station
    • PCSO 5356 27th June Keswick Police Desk, Booths
    • PCSO 5356 and 5298 28th June CNC engagement, Keswick
    • PCSO Activities in July
    • PCSO 5356 4th July Cyber Awareness training
    • PCSO 5356 5th July Child Sexual Exploitation awareness training
    • PCSO 5298 11th July Shop Watch Meeting, Keswick.
    • PCSO 5356 16th July Keswick Shop Watch
    • PCSO 5356 17th July Prevent and Deter Talk
    • PCSO 5356 20/21 and 22nd Keswick Convention
    • PCSO 5298 26th July Prevent and Deter Talk
    • PCSO 5298 27th July Body Worn Video Training
    • 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.

Cockermouth Crime Maps

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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

    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 May
    • PCSO 5356 2nd May School talk and police dog visit with PC 2232
    • PCSO 5376 4th May Reassurance patrols Aspatria
    • PCSO 5356 8th May NPT review meeting at Workington Police station
    • PCSO 5376 9th May Body worn video training
    • PCSO 5356 17th May Wellbeing - Mental heath Awareness and Keswick Town council meeting
    • PCSO 5356 18th May Mental health awareness week
    • PCSO 5356 19th and 20th May Antisocial behaviour patrols Keswick and Cockermouth
    • PCSO 5356 23rd May Keswick Police desk - Booths
    • PCSO Activities in June
    • PCSO 5298 5th June Shopwatch Meeting, Skiddaw Hotel, Keswick.
    • PCSO 5356 10th June Keswick Mountain Festival
    • PCSO 5356 11th June Keswick Pubwatch
    • PCSO 5298 12th June Meeting Keswick School
    • PCSO 5356 15th June 10 Weekly Parish Council Engagement Meeting
    • PCSO 5356 16th and 17th June Lakesman Triathlon
    • PCSO 5356 20th June Silloth Police Desk
    • PCSO 5356 21st June Keswick Town Council Meeting
    • PCSO 5298 21st June Junior Citizenship scheme, Workington Fire Station
    • PCSO 5356 27th June Keswick Police Desk, Booths
    • PCSO 5356 and 5298 28th June CNC engagement, Keswick
    • PCSO Activities in July
    • PCSO 5356 4th July Cyber Awareness training
    • PCSO 5356 5th July Child Sexual Exploitation awareness training
    • PCSO 5298 11th July Shop Watch Meeting, Keswick.
    • PCSO 5356 16th July Keswick Shop Watch
    • PCSO 5356 17th July Prevent and Deter Talk
    • PCSO 5356 20/21 and 22nd Keswick Convention
    • PCSO 5298 26th July Prevent and Deter Talk
    • PCSO 5298 27th July Body Worn Video Training
    • 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.

Keswick Crime Maps

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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

    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 May
    • PCSO 5299 9th May Wigton Police desk
    • PCSO 5299 14th May Silloth Police desk
    • PCS0 5299 16th May Silloth Police desk
    • PCSO 5299 23rd May Exercise Molasses Silloth and Holme St Cuthberts parish council meeting
    • PCSO Activities in June
    • PCSO 5299 8th June Training at Cockermouth Police Station
    • PCSO 5299 9th and 10th June Keswick Mountain Festival
    • PCSO 5299 13th June Silloth Pubwatch
    • PCSO 5299 15th June Training at Cockermouth Police Station
    • PCSO 5299 18th June Child Sexual Exploitation School Talk, Holme Abbey Primary School, Abbeytown.
    • PCSO 5299 20th June Junior Citizenship Scheme, Workington Fire Station
    • PCSO 5299 25th June Training at Cockermouth Police station and Child Sexual Exploitation Talk, Bowness on Solway School.
    • PCSO 5299 26th June Council meeting at Cockermouth
    • PCSO Activities in July
    • PCSO 5299 2nd July Silloth Town Council meeting
    • PCSO 5299 3rd July Communities together day of Action
    • PCSO 5299 12th July Prevent and Deter Talk
    • PCSO 5299 Silloth Police Desk

Silloth Crime Maps

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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

    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.
    • Local PCSO's for the area are in the process of planning a Road safety Awareness Campaign event in Wigton. Date to be conformed but will be during the week of 19th-25th November 2018 for the road safety awareness week. Meeting arranging this event is taking place for a multitude of agencies on the 8th August 2018 information to follow after the meeting. 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 June
    • PCSO 5351 4th June Cyber Awareness Training, Maryport
    • PCSO 5351 and 5326 5th June Kids in Care Training, Penrith Methodist Church, Penrith
    • PCSO 5351 and 5326 6th June Thomlinson Junior school, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO 5326 7th June Appleby Fair
    • PCSO 5351 and 5326 8th June Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO 5351 11th June Multi Agency Sexual Exploitation Meeting and Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO 5326 11th June Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO 5326 12th June Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police and Wigton Youth Station Workington Police station Custody Visit
    • PCSO 5326 13th June Crime Prevention Talk Hopes Auction, Wigton and Wigton Town Council Meeting
    • PCSO 5351 14th June Stranger Danger School Talk, Rosley Junior School.
    • PCSO 5351 and 5326 15th June Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO 5326 18th June Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO 5351 21st June Junior Citizenship Scheme, Workington Fire station.
    • PCSO 5326 25th June Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton - Mini Police
    • PCSO Activities in July
    • PCSO 5351 3rd July Cyber awareness talk, Ireby School.
    • PCSO 5351 and 5326 4th July Mini Police event Silloth Lifeboat station.
    • PCSO 5351, 5326 and PS 2261 5th July Citizenship day, Nelson Thomlinson secondary school, Wigton.
    • PCSO 5351 13th July Thursby Parish Council meeting
    • PCSO 5326 17th July Acceptable behavioural contract review
    • PCSO 5351 and 5304 22nd July Bike Marking Event at Watch Tree Nature Reserve
    • PCSO 5351 26th July Prevent and Deter Talk
    • ABC's / CBO's
    • Two ABC's in the area of Wigton still current local PCSO's are working closely with the persons on ABC and have regular contact and visits. Next review meeting for one of the ABC's is due in October.

Wigton Crime Maps

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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

    22/08/18 Lidl

    26/09/18 Co-op

     

     

     

     

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