Chester South Team
Chester South area
Lache and Handbridge
Great Boughton and Huntington
Covers Lache and Dodleston
Dodleston, Huntington, Great Boughton, Pulford and Eccleston
Covers Curzon Park, Westminster Park, Handbridge, Eccleston and Pulford
From 31st March 2018 to 30th April 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be
Priorities for this month are :
To continue the school patrolling and deal with dangerous/inconsiderate drivers.
ASB patrols during the Easter school holidays and weekends.
Speeding in Dodleston.
Next Months Priorities are:
Speeding on Eaton Road has been raised as a significant concern.
Speeding here and parking around schools are the priorities for the coming month.
Rough Sleeping in Overleigh Cementery
The priorities for the next month are:
As the nights get lighter, we will step up patrols along the canal towpath to dissuade anti social behaviour
The Priorities for the next month in Lache are:
School parking at Lache Primary and resulting traffic issues
Drug use/dealing at Northgate ponds, Ermine road, Halkyn Road, Greenway, Behind McColls.
Youths causing ASB at the New Scene Youth Club on Limewood Fields.
If you have any information or wish to discuss any matters further then please do not hesitate to contact your local PCSO Steve Edmonds on:
The Priorities for Hoole will be:
Drug use Ermine Road area.
You said, we did
From 1st March 2018 to 31st March 2018
Complaints from residents about inconsiderate parents dropping their children off at Huntington, Dodleston and Eccleston Schools, and parking in dangerous places, including blocking the pavements.
Complaints of speeding in Lower Kinnerton by a local resident.
There was an increase in reports of ASB in Dodleston, with stones being thrown at houses.
As a result, I have been patrolling the schools am/pm, and offering advice to drivers in the area.
As a result I have spent time in the area with the TRUCAM and 18 vehicles have been issued with speeding tickets.
As a result, I have visited the home addresses of the offending youths with the Beat Manager, and spoken to them and their parents about their behaviour.
YOU SAID -
During the last month residents have raised concerns regarding speeding outside of Queens Park High School.
YOU SAID –
Rough sleepers in Overleigh Cementery.We did:
WE DID –
I have again linked in with community safety wardens from the council and have deployed the Speed Indication device at this location. Motorists will be warned regarding their driving.
WE DID –
Hi-Vis of area and if rough sleepers located move on sign post to relevant agency.
YOU SAID :
Reports of Drug dealing/use at Northgate ponds/Behind McColls/The Greenway.
YOU SAID :
Vehicles speeding on Plas Newton Lane
WE DID :
From 19/03 to 23/03 PCSO’s from all over attended Plas Newton Lane to conduct a 5 day operation to tackle the issue of speeding motorists, on average there were 2 x 1 hour sessions per day (1 x AM and 1 x PM) capturing 30 cars upto 40Mph.
If you have any information or wish to discuss the matter further then please do not hesitate to contact your local PCSO Steve Edmonds on:
WE DID :
Throughout February your local policing unit has conducted on average 1 speed enforcement session per week where 35 motorists have been captured exceeding the speed limit on Plas Newton Lane (outside St Columba’s Church), these sessions were conducted at random and vary between 30 mins and 2 hours. If you have any information or wish to discuss the matter further then please do not hesitate to contact your local PCSO Steve Edmonds on:
You Said :
ASB Alexandra Park area
You Said :
Complaints of vehicle causing obstruction parking on Footpath
Extra Foot Patrols in the area
Fixed Penalty notices and Police Advisory Notices issued
Anti-social behaviour in Poplar Road alleyway
Regular Patrols and visibility in the area to act as a deterrent
Vehicles using the car park at Aldi, Tarvin Rd, to participate in anti social behaviour.
Vehicles not adhering to the 20mph speed limit through Vicars Cross.
Extra patrols set up and carried out and Aldi estates team contacted with a view to installing a barrier at the site.
Speed monitoring sessions conducted by PCSO Denby and further sessions planned in partnership with Cheshire West + Chester Council
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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