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Cleator Moor Priorities

  • # YOU SAID - Anti Social Behaviour in Frizington
    Issue was set on Saturday, June 24
    • WE DID {ACTIVE PRIORITY} Tackle anti social behaviour in Cleator Moor and Frizington areas. *We are addressing youth disorder in and around Cleator Moor town centre and the Market Square. We are conducting dedicated foot patrol by PCSOs and backed up with enforcement from Police response teams from Whitehaven. We are working with local housing providers to ensure families control children who are acting in an anti social manner. We will use acceptable behaviour contracts and all other tools to combat ASB in the long term. We encourage the public to report incidents of ASB on 101 or via 999 if a crime is in progress.
    • *24/08/2017 - We have identified individuals responsible for ASB in Cleator Moor Market Square area and the case is being progressed through the criminal justice system and they have been banned from public buildings on the square.
    • Following working with partner agencies there has been a significant reduction in reported antisocial behaviour in Cleator Moor Market Square. Those identified have been robustly dealt with and have not reoffended to date.
    • *Following complaints regarding ASB in Frizington we have worked with housing and have served tenancy warnings to seven households responsible. Three Acceptable Behaviour contracts have been issued and monitored through the prevent and deter system. We have held meetings with private landlords to address ASB caused by their tenants and as a result one tenancy has terminated with others being monitored.
    • Joint Agency walkabouts with Cumbria Constabulary and Home Group have been conducted to increase visibility, provide reassurance and to provide a point for persons to report matters. These were conducted;
    • 10-10-2017 -1500-1700 HOURS
    • 13-10-2017-1500-1700 HOURS
    • 17-10-2017--1400-1600 HOURS
    • 21-10-2017-1000-1130 HOURS
    • 23-10-2017-1000-1200 HOURS
    • 27-10-2017-1800-1930 HOURS
    • 30-10-2017--1000-1200 HOURS
    • 03-11-2017-1500-1700 HOURS
    • Further joint patrols will be carried out and advertised in due course.
    • ++25-10-2017 - The Police & Crime Commissioner, Officers, Home Group, Impact Housing and Copeland Borough Council along with representation from the Copeland Community Safety Hub attended a Parish Council Meeting at Frizington and heard concerns from the community around anti-social behaviour and criminality. Work is ongoing to address these issues.
    • +++We are aware of ASB in Frizington but it is being greatly under reported which is impacting on our ability to effectively deal with those responsible. We urge members of the public to report non-urgent matters via 101 or 101@cumbria.police.uk and in an emergency or if a crime is in progress then on 999. +++

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Your key contacts

Mark Wear

Inspector Mark Wear

Rachel Jones

Inspector Rachel Jones

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Marie Carter

Problem Solver Constable Marie Carter

Sam Watson

PCSO Sam Watson

Sarah Nixon

PCSO Sarah Nixon

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Cleator Moor Police Desk - Starting 09 October 2017

    When: The second Monday of each month {excluding Public Holidays} from 10:00am to 11:30am

    Where: Cleator Moor Library, Market Square, Cleator Moor

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Egremont Priorities

  • # YOU SAID - Anti Social Behaviour
    Issue was set on Friday, October 20
    • WE DID {ACTIVE PRIORITY} +Beck Green and skatepark and cyclepath adjacent: We are conducting high visibility foot patrol and working hard to identify those responsible. We will work with partner agencies to deliver a robust response in relation to those identified and are continuously working on prevention initiatives. There is currently an investigation ongoing in relation to damage to a memorial tree - an abhorrent offence - and suspects have been identified. Further issues have been raised regarding further issues at Beckgreen and issues of further anti-social behaviour.
    • Examination of the issues are at hand across a multi agency platform and further intelligence is being gathered.
    • +++We are aware of ASB in Egremont but it is being greatly under reported which is impacting on our ability to effectively deal with those responsible. We urge members of the public to report non-urgent matters via 101 or 101@cumbria.police.uk and in an emergency or if a crime is in progress then on 999.

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Mark Wear

Inspector Mark Wear

Rachel Jones

Inspector Rachel Jones

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Marie Carter

Problem Solver Constable Marie Carter

Dawn Lowerson

PCSO Dawn Lowerson

Jacqueline Rafferty

PCSO Jacqueline Rafferty

Colette Harrison

PCSO Colette Harrison

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Egremont Police Desk

    When: Wednesdays - from 2pm until 4pm

    Where: Co-op Store, Main Street, Egremont

     

    What: Sellafield Police Desk - Site employees only

    When: Mondays - from 11am until 1pm 

    Where: B409 Canteen

     

    What: LLWR Drigg Police Desk - Site employees only

    When: Tuesdays - Every four weeks

    Where: Tea Bar

     

     

     

     

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Millom Priorities

  • # YOU SAID - Combating Drug supply
    Issue was set on Saturday, June 24
    • WE DID {ACTIVE PRIORITY} Ongoing Operation *We will actively target those individuals who are supplying controlled drugs in Millom who are affecting the quality of life for local residents. Residents regularly raise drug misuse as their number one priority. Regular operations will be conducted to ensure that this type of criminality is robustly dealt with. As well as conducting Magistrates Court warrants, officers are using stop and search powers in problem areas. We will work with our partner agencies from the Copeland Hub to provide the community of Millom with a safe town to conduct their daily activities through a combination of short and long term resolutions.. *24-08-2017 - We have conducted several warrants and targeted arrests on those associated with drug supply in Millom and this has resulted in several parties being arrested / processed. One has been charged with Possession of controlled substances with intent to supply, one with possession of a controlled substance and possession of criminal properties. One has been reported for summons with regards to possession of a controlled substance. We continue to target key nominals and their use of motor vehicles to disrupt their activities resulting in us dealing with the following; No insurance – 25 offences, No MOT – 5 offences, Section 165 vehicle seizures – 12 offences, Disqualified driving/No driving licence – 4 offences, Drink driving – 3 offences, Drug driving – 4 offences, Dangerous driving – 3 offences, Driving whilst using a phone – 1 offence, Bald tyres – 1 offence. * 31-10-2017 - Several further warrants have been executed with amounts of controlled substance recovered and three persons under investigation at present as a result.

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Mark Wear

Inspector Mark Wear

Rachel Jones

Inspector Rachel Jones

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Maria Carter

Problem Solver Constable Maria Carter

Paul Booth

PCSO Paul Booth

Victoria Jackson

PCSO Victoria Jackson

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Millom Police Desk

    When: The first Wednesday of each month unless otherwise advertised.  3pm to 4pm.

    Where: Tesco Store, Lancashire Road, Millom

     

    What: Millom Police Desk

    When: When PCSO available

    Where: Millom Network Centre

     

     

     

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