From 01/03/2013 To 31/03/2013-Suspicious vehicles, Tattenhall
Priority Type: There have been a number of reported issues surrouding suspicious vehicles in the area "scouting places out".
Description: Increased high visibility patrols in the area along with community engagement which has resulted in a number of very promising leads regarding criminals travelling into the area.
From 01/03/2013 To 31/03/2013-Speeding, Tarporley
Priority Type: There are often vehicles speeding on Nantwich Road in Tarporley.
Description: Speed enforcement was carried out on a number of occasions and the Speed Indication Device set up to encourage drivers to be more aware of their speed.
From 01/03/2013 To 31/03/2013-Vandalism and anti-social behaviour, Tarporley
Priority Type: There is vandalism and anti-social behaviour going on in certain places in Tarporley village during the evenings.
Description: High visibility patrols were conducted at the various location during the evening periods to deter this activity. This will continue and any known criminal damage will be dealt with robustly.
From 01/03/2013 To 31/03/2013-Speeding in Tilston and No Mans Heath
Priority Type: You are concerned about speeding through the villages of Tilston and No Mans Heath.
Description: Officers from Dragon Hall have been to the areas you told us about with speed guns, a number of motorists were recorded exceeding the speed limits in both villages, details have been recorded and appropriate action has been taken. PCSO Jon Hurst said ” I will continue to monitor speeding in both areas.”
Local priorities set for the
period of 1st May to 31st May 2013
- Road safety - The Cheshire Police Policing
Plan identifies all aspects of Road Safety as being a priority for
rural areas. To this end, local officers are undertaking additional
training to equip them to deal proactively with any offences that
they come across. Additional information fed to the force from the
public is analysed and where appropriate, acted upon in order to
deal promptly with any emerging issues.
- Anti-social behaviour - This low-level
disruptive behaviour can cause missery to local communities. Every
reported incident is looked at on a daily basis and followed up by
a nominated local officer. In this way, we aim to identify the root
cause of any problem and take steps to prevent any recurrance.
- General crime - Crime in a rural area can
be difficult for local communities to deal with due to the large
distances between neighbours. By utilising a variety of media
formats, we hope to communicate local issues to as wide an audience
as possible so that residents know what to look out for and take
- Damage and Anti-social behaviour - Farndon
- Police have identified a pattern of offending
behaviour in the area and are currently undertaking a number of
measures to identify those responsible. Local residents should
continue to contact the police with any information they have as
soon as possible.
- Speeding - Tarporley - A number of proactive
initiatives are being taken to target identified locations in order
to catch those responsible.
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