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27 Weekly update from your PCSO


 

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I will be holding my other PCSO surgeries as follows 

 

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SANDIWAY LIBRARY carpark CW82NS 

Tuesday 17th May 1900-2000 hours

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CUDDINGTON NORLEY ROAD VILLAGE HALL

Monday 23rd May 1200-1300 hours

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DELAMERE PARK leisure centre carpark CW82UJ 

Thursday 26th May 1900-2000 hours

 

 

Have you say and complete the resident voice survey attached to highlight your community issues/concerns https://www.cheshire.police.uk/residentsvoicenorthwich

 

This week I have been busy making several home visits to parents/guardians of youths identified as causing ASB issues within our ward.

This is with a view to deter future incidents occurring.  Several referrals have been made to the ASB youth team and WVHT housing officer under Section 5.1 of your Tenancy Agreement means that you are responsible for the behaviour of your children in the estate or neighbourhood; your children behaving in this way would be a breach of your Tenancy Agreement and if further reports are made, then the Trust can take action against you. This action could include taking proceedings for possession of your home.

 

I have met with CWAC and SANDIWAY Library staff to discuss CCTV options together with provisions to prevent further ASB within the library.  Youths under 16 years can only attend the library with adult supervision.  This decision has been made to safeguard the library staff. 

CUDDINGTON community speed volunteer and I have been monitoring vehicle speeds outside CUDDINGTON PRIMARY SCHOOL on ASH ROAD prior to the afternoon school pick up. 4 offences were captured the highest recorded speed being 24 mph.  Remember 20 is plenty.  Police warning letters have been issued. 

PCSO BISHOP and I attended The Stronghold Church in Weaverham linking in with the local community to identify any concerns or issues relating to the area.

You said, we did …….. CUDDINGTON community speed watch volunteer this month so far has monitored CHESTER, NORLEY  and WEAVERHAM ROAD in which 3 offences were captured exceeding the speed limits in place. Motorist details have been provided and police warning letters issued. 

CWAC engineer and I attended TRICKETT and VALLEY LANE this week following a resident concern with regards to parking.  Further patrols will be made.

PCSO BISHOP and I attended WEAVERHAM ACAEMDY school linking in with teachers and staff members to arrange future safety presentations to their pupils.

As part of OP SCEPTRE week of action 16-22 MAY I will be at WEAVERHAM COMMUNITY CENTRE with our knife surrender box on MONDAY 16TH MAY from 1500-12800 hours if you wish to dispose safely of any unwanted knives.

You said, we did … CUDDINGTON community speed watch volunteer and I have monitored vehicle speeds on BLAKE, MERE LANE, GRANGE ROAD and POPLAR CLOSE.  No offences were captured but further patrols will be made.

A big thank FROM ME to the CSW volunteer for helping to keep our roads safe within SANDIWAY/CUDDINGTON.  This volunteer has taken the device out many weekends monitoring all roads safety concerns highlighted in our resident voice survey's. 

A dispersal notice will been issued from 13th MAY 1700 hours at THE FUNFAIR in WEAVERHAM. We will have officers patrolling the area.  This gives officers powers to direct a person  to leave the mapped out area.  Should a person return to the area having been directed to leave they can be arrested. 

I have conducted resident voice surveys on ASH ROAD as part of a street of the week intiative to discuss community issues/concerns.

Lovely to receive a medal awarded to emergency personnel to mark the Queen Platinum Jubilee as a token of thanks and recognition in keeping the communities of Cheshire safe. #teamcheshire

 

PCSO Michelle

#wecare

 


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