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:Regular patrols will be conducted around the Riverside area to deter any potential offenders and deal with those causing anti-social behaviour. We have also been working closely with local shops and businesses over the last few weeks in order to engage with potential offenders and look at ways of preventing this type of anti-social behaviour. Dedicated policing patrols will respond to incidents related to Halloween and Bonfire Night. Issued: November 2018
Vehicle Crime - Vehicle crime has become a priority due to the increased number of incidents taking place around the local area. This includes NCP car parks and on street parking around the Riverside area.
Issued: May 2018
What we are doing:October saw a small rise in reported offences. Regular patrols have been taking place and peak times have been identified. Local officers will be meeting with the staff of local car parks to work together to resolve the issue. We would encourage members of the public to follow some simple crime prevention advice: Ensure you remove all valuables from your vehicle. Wipe away the marks the marks from your sat nav as the marks indicate you may have one in the glove box. Park near CCTV and in well-lit areas If you see anyone acting suspiciously report it to the Police. Issued: October 2018