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 1st March 2018 to 31st March 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be
Anti-social Behaviour at the rear of Waverton Community Centre in the evenings. High visibility patrols to be carried out when on late shifts by officers .
Speed enforcement to be conducted on Rake Lane Christleton
Due to several incidents of ASB/ Criminal Damage to vehicles on A5117 near Elton the past two weeks this location is being closely monitored with a site visit and extra patrols.
Speeding; - including Station Road Delamere, By-Pass Road/A54 Tarvin, Chester Road Kelsall and Abbey Lane, Oakmere.
High Visibility Patrols for public reassurance including patrols at King George V Playing Fields and The Woodland Walk Tarvin Kelsall Green and Duddon Common.
High Visibility Patrols at Grub Lane and Firecrest Way Kelsall for public reassurance and ASB reduction.
Continue speeding initiative in Tattenhall and surrounding villages
Anti-social Behaviour in Keysbrook Tattenhall
PCSO Flanagan will be undertaking traffic enforcement in the Frodsham area over the coming month. This is following complaints from members of the local Community and he will focus on areas of the highest concern.
This is specifically on Kingsley Road and Bridge Lane, Frodsham
PCSO Kopczyk will be undertaking traffic enforcement in the Helsby area over the coming month. This is following complaints from members of the local Community and he will focus areas of the highest concern.
This is specifically on Chester Road and Primrose Lane, Frodsham
You said, we did
From 1st February 2018 to 28th February 2018
1. We need more participation in Speedwatch in the local community
2. Residents have concerns over the supply of controlled drugs within the town and so we will look to work closely with them to target those people involved
1.We are currently advertising and looking for volunteers. PCSO Flanagan will then train volunteers in order that they can use the speed gun to make roads in and around Frodsham safer.
2.A further warrant has been executed within Frodsham relating to the supply of controlled drugs. We are committed to tackling the issue and making the town a safer place to live. We are looking to members of the local community to provide local officers with information in relation to drug activity in the area.
Speeding on Little Heath Road Littleton in the 30mph speed limit
Persons reported gaining access to allotments with damage caused to gardening equipment in Christleton
HGV vehicles contravening the ‘no access’ signs for Ince Lane – Wimbolds Traffod
We did – Speed monitoring conducted by officer with more checks being carried out in the next few weeks
We did – High visibility patrol across 2 beat areas at key times in attempts to identify those responsible
We did – High Visibility patrol over varied times. Number of HGV drivers spoken to and made aware of no access.
You Said – Clutton residents are concerned about the speed vehicles are travelling at through the village on the A534
There has been an increase in low-level Ant-Social Behaviour (ASB) in and around the village.
Speeding within Tattenhall
We Did – Local officers have attended and as an interim measure a Speed Indicators Device has been deployed; this will be followed up with Trucam Speed gun deployment
Over the last month local officers have given attention at problematic times and there have been no further ASB incidents reported on the 101 non-emergency number
We have looked at speeding in particular Tattenhall Road and Chester Road .We deployed the speed indication device on the 10th and 12th March to advise motorists of their speed and the road limit.This will initiative will continue over the coming months.
You said; That there is a problem with motorists speeding on Station Road, Delamere, Chester Road, Kelsall, Abbey Lane, Oakmere Tarporley Road, and A54 Bypass Road Tarvin
You said;- That there is a problem with youths acting in an anti-social manner, at Grub lane and Firecrest Way, Kelsall
We did; Members of your local Neighbourhood Police Team deployed the Speed Indication Device to deter speeding in the Ward area.
We did; - 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.
1.Speeding issues on School Lane and Ince Lane in Elton
2.Issues with scrambler bikes riding in an anti-sociable manner in the Elton area
1.Tru Cam enforcement held on Ince Lane, Elton on 17th March- no vehicles exceeding the speed limit but I will continue to monitor the location.
Speed watch held on School Lane on the 19th March-27 vehicles recorded with one vehicle exceeding the speed limit travelling at 27 mph.
2.Extra high visibility patrols on foot and vehicle of the offending areas and a Cheshire Alert submitted. I will continue to monitor the area closely
We have had recent complaints from residents about vehicles speeding on Alvanley Road, Helsby.
In the last month we have received complaints about antisocial behaviour under the old railway bridge, by Tesco, Chester Road, Helsby.
We have been out to monitor the speed and so far there have been no vehicles excessively speeding however we will continue to do so over the next month, at different times.
We have been in contact with Network Rail who have visited and secured the location where, youths have been gaining access. We have given this area regular attention and have not received any complaints since being secured. We will continue to give the area passing attention.
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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