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Current local priorities
Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
The police have received reports of anti social behaviour in the area of Gaddesby Ave, these have included racial abuse, threats, damage, street drinking and drug abuse.
Issued: May 2018
What we are doing:Joint agency consultations have been conducted with the residents and although not all are exercising the issues, a number of concerns were raised and confirmed. A problem solving plan has been created and work has begun to address the issues. Patrols have continued and there have been a couple of reported damages to motor vehicles, Prosecutions and progressing through the court for historic public order offences and assaults, and further police investigations continue. A successful Drugs warrant was enforced in the area leading to a large amount of Class A drugs being recovered with an arrest being made. . Issued: May 2018
There has been an increase in reporting of motorcycles being ridden by youths on the park. Some of which are not wearing helmets. The motorcycles used are often stolen and are being ridden in a way that causes risk of injuries to law abiding members of the community that are using the park and also the riders.
Issued: May 2018
What we are doing:The beat team are requesting that members of the public report incidents to the police by calling 101. We need the help of the public to trying and identify the riders and where the motorcycles are being kept. Crime stoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111 A number of stolen motorcycles have been recovered from the park, A further warning under Section 59 of the Police reform act 2002 has been issued due to a male identified as riding a bike on the park and surrounding area. Intelligence work continues around identifying other illegal riders and the installation of speed bumps appear to be helping. Patrols have continued and several stolen motorcycles have been recovered. Issued: May 2018