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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:
There are incidents of ASB occurring at the location where young people who are not residents are parking up, hanging around in cars, playing loud music, and suspected to be using drugs. This is mainly occurring at the weekends.
Issued: August 2018
What we are doing:The team have increased patrols at the location since residents have raised their concerns. In the recent consultation 7 residents noted the issues had decreased since the increase in Police patrols. Historically Police Patrols usually decrease the incidents occurring at location. ASB/Crime prevention patrols in the location on Friday, Saturday, Sunday evenings from 19:00 to 00:00hrs. On the above prevention patrols from 22:00hrs stop check all vehicles that enter BEATTY AVE from BEATTY RD, and ensure vehicles are insured etc, and drivers are checked. There should not be a high amount of cars entering BEATTY AVENUE after 22:00hrs. How to report ASB leaflets to be delivered to all the residents. The Beat Team will undertake a review of the location and see if there are opportunities for ASB to be designed out with lighting, getting bushes cut back, installation of signs stating Police patrol the area. This to be done with local Housing Officers who would have to see if the Council have funding for this. Local PCSO’s to organise once a month Street Beat Surgery on BEATTY AVENUE so residents can report any concerns. Consult the local residents to see if they would be prepared to set up a Neighbourhood Watch Group and keep the NHW Group running. Issued: September 2018
Consultation and engagement with residents have raised the issue of drug use and associated littering in Granby Avenue.
Issued: August 2018
What we are doing:03/09/18 The team are conducting increased high visibility patrols in the area in the afternoons and evenings and will be highlighting the area to LCC street cleansing team. 12/09/18 The team are in contact with CrASBU and will be completing a walkthrough of the area to evaluate target hardening opportunities such as camera installation, improved lighting and cutting back of vegetation. Issued: August 2018