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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 has recently been an increase in crime and ASB on the Fairmead Estate in Melton Mowbray including vehicle fires, shed fires and general anti-social behaviour.
Together with reported incidents concerns have ben expressed by residents and members of the public on social media and in other correspondence to the police and Local Authority
Issued: July 2017
What we are doing:To offer some immediate reassurance regarding the recent incidents of arson.... There have been two separate incidents of arson that have occurred in the early hours of the 1st and 8th of July whereby a number of vehicles were targeted. We can confirm that two persons have been arrested on suspicion of these arsons and released under investigation. Extra overnight patrols this weekend in addition to the regular patrols undertaken by the local neighbourhood officers. Issued: July 2017
Greaves Avenue & Staveley Road Melton - Neighbour Problems & ASB.
Disputes and issues surrounding parking, children playing and visitors to addresses. A number of youths of all ages are causing problems for local residents by climbing onto garages, running through gardens, writing graffiti on fences and dealing drugs in the street. The two streets are linked hence them being treated as one problem.
The Chair of the RAGE committee has been in touch to report the issues on Staveley Road and residents have been calling 101 in relation to Greaves Avenue.
Issued: June 2017
What we are doing:Increased patrols are happening and partners are being consulted with re how to address the problems created by just a few addresses and their residents. Issued: July 2017
Morley Close anti-social car parking.
Vehicles are parked so as to completely obstruct the pavement and access to a communal car park.
Untaxed vehicles, caravans and waste are often found in this car park.
This has long been a problem noticed by officers and reported by residents, most recently at the RAGE residents AGM meeting.
Issued: May 2017
What we are doing:The situation has been surveyed both police and partners and some elements of designing out the problem has been discussed however the main issue seems to be centered around a couple of addresses and their visitors, Strong advice has been given on a number of occasions, PCSOs are looking forward soon to being given the powers to issue tickets which should strengthen the enforcement side of solving this problem. The RAGE (Residents Action Group Egerton) meeting has been updated with progress to date. Issued: July 2017