Updated Sep 4th
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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:
Anti-Social Behaviour Prevention
Halloween and bonfire night has always been a night that can bring anti-social behaviour, however this year the local beat team will be working closely with residents and students in the lead up to the events to ensure Halloween and bonfire night can be enjoyed responsibly.
Issued: October 2018
What we are doing:Officers will be handing out trick or treat NO THANKS posters and advice leaflets around the use of fireworks. You can also collect one from your local Police Station or alternatively see out events page for a beat surgery near you and nip down to have a chat and pick up a poster. There will also be dedicated police patrols at priority locations highlighted from previous years and officers will be responding to spontaneous incidents. Issued: November 2018
Burglary Dwellings & Commercial
Burglary is an NPA Priority for the month of November and also due to slight rise in Burglaries on Clarendon Park beat area. Remember to keep your property secure, keep your doors/windows locked and valuables out of sight, more security /safety information is available at our Beat Surgeries, (see below) where you have the opportunity to raise you concerns or any issues.
Issued: September 2018
What we are doing:New students have now settled in the area and the local beat team will be working with the fire service and council to visit student properties and provide support and crime prevention advice to them. The team will be holding beat surgeries at various locations around the beat and be on hand to provide support to all residents. We will be paying special attention to hot spot locations on the area which we had identified from detailed analytical work. Conducting patrols to increase our visibility and reassure the community, identify any perpetrators and take positive actions against them. Issued: November 2018