Chester Rural and Frodsham Team
Chester villages, Gowy, Tarvin and Kelsall
Covers Farndon, Tattenhall and Malpas
Covers Frodsham and Kingsley
Covers Chester Villages & Gowy
Covers Tarvin, Delamere and Kelsall
Covers Helsby & Kingsley
Farndon, Tattenhall and Malpas
From 31st January 2018 to 28th February 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be
Speeding; - including Station Road, Delamere, By-Pass Road, A54, Tarvin, and Chester Road, Kelsall.
High Visibility Patrols for public reassurance including patrols at King George V Playing Fields, & The Woodland Walk, Tarvin, Kelsall Green and ,Duddon Common.
High Visibility Patrols at Delamere Forest Park for public reassurance and crime reduction.
Parking/Obstructions outside Bishop Heber High School
Low level ASB and drug related activity in Tattenhall
Driver Engagement Days
Speeding and school parking in Ashton Hayes
Speeding on arterial routes A41 and A51
Youths on bicycles causing ASB issues on Ince Lane, Elton.
Speed monitoring and enforcement in the village
Tackle parking issue around the village
Use of Tru-Cam, Falcon non-enforceable device and Smiley S.I.D on the following roads:
Kingsley Road, Frodsham
High Street, Frodsham
Chester Road, Sutton Weaver
Op Shield: Deliver Op shield kits to Helsby residents
You said, we did
From 1st January 2018 to 31st January 2018
Anti - Social Behaviour (ASB) at the Frodsham Community Centre, Fluin Lane, Frodsham with youths intimidating people, damaging property and drug taking
2.Residents and Town Councillors identified areas that were prone to suffering from speeding vehicles
Working with the Community Centre and Youth Club to find out the culprits and deal withthem in a robust manner.
Speed enforcement has been completed in identified areas and this will continue over the coming weeks and months.
Gowy - Speeding in Ashton
Villages - Speeding in Christleton and WavertonWe did:
Gowy - We have done a Trucam Trial and SID has been deployed
Parents parking charter at schools
Villages - SID and Trucam have been deployed, there has also been a focus on HGV's on the A41 and A51 during the evening/ nights
Parents parking charter at schools
You are concerned about parking outside Farndon Primary School at drop off and pick up times.
You are concerned about ASB in the Keysbrook area.
You are concerned about the parking outside Bishop Heber High School.
PCSO Jon Hurst attended and has given attention at the problem times; a number of drivers have been advised regarding parking outside school and along Townfield Lane.
Officers have attended the location and names have been taken; youths have been advised and moved on. On-going attention will be given at the problem times.
Local officers have given attention at problematic times and a number of Fixed Penalty Notices for obstruction have been issued.
Parents are allowed to pick up and drop off outside school but not park up.Rules 238-252 of the Highway Code give advice on parking.
That there is a problem with motorists speeding on Station Road, Delamere, Chester Road, Kelsall, and Tarporley Road, Tarvin.
That there is a problem with youths acting in an anti-social manner, at the Kelsall Green Playing fields, and King George V Playing Fields, Tarvin.
Members of your local Neighbourhood Police Team deployed the Speed Indication Device to deter speeding in the Ward area.
Members of your local Neighbourhood Policing Team carried out High Visibility Patrols in the area to deter anti-social behaviour, and engaged with the local community for reassurance.
Speeding issues on School Lane, Ince Lane and Ash Road in Elton.
Fly tipping on Old Cryers Lane, Elton and Marsh Lane, Ince.
Placement of SID on School Lane on 14/1/18
Placement of SID on Ince Lane on 10/1/18
Speed Enforcement with CSW Margaret Lockhart on School Lane on 10/1/18.
Through regular patrols by myself and Csw’s the incidents have decreased.
Speeding around the areaWe did:
Speeding: we deployed the various speed devices in various locations to help reduce speed and be a visible presence. This will be continued each month
What are your priorities?
We pick local priorities based on feedback from the public and our knowledge of policing issues in the area.
Tell us what you want us to focus on this month using the form below. If you don't want to use the form you can come to a local meeting, call us, or speak to a local officer.
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