Crewe South Team
Covers Crewe South
Covers Shavington, Willaston and Rope, and Wistaston
Covers Crewe South
Covers Crewe South
Covers Shavington and Rope
Covers Shavington and Rope
From 1st November 2017 to 31st January 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be
We are aware of complaints of ASB and drug dealing in the Brookhouse Estate. We have put in place patrols to minimise any disruption and ensure that any people locally who have been subjected to Court Orders requiring them to change their behaviour will be enforced
We work closely with Guinness Housing conducting paired patrols and this enables us to deal with matters efficiently.
A warrant has recently been conducted on the estate and enquiries are still ongoing
PCSO Corbett will be undertaking traffic enforcement in the Shavington areas for the next month. This is following complaints from members of the local Community and we will focus areas of the highest concern.
Patrolling the local Primary School to proactively prevent ASB and damage to the site while building works are being carried out
Patrol local play areas to prevent incidents of ASB
Increase participation in local Speedwatch
We will tackle the increasing street drinkers on Nantwich Road Crewe.
We will tackle drug dealing activity in Claughton Avenue and the surrounding streets.
The terrible incident at Manchester Arena has had an effect on the whole country. While the Government's Threat Assessment has been lowered from Critical to Severe there are still concerns in our communities.
Cheshire Police are asking people "BE ALERT, NOT ALARMED"
As well as providing officers to support Greater Manchester Police in responding the attack on the 22nd of May Cheshire Police officers have also been supporting at events that were already arranged before the dreadful attack.
In Crewe during this month there are already a number of community events arranged by schools, community groups and the council. Crewe officers will be providing a visible presence at a large number of these events. This will be to increase public safety and provide reassurance for all sections of the public.
Officers will be out and about, engaging with people at different events so come and talk to us, even if only to say "Hello"
If you feel suspicious of someone you’ve seen or know and are worried they may be planning something similar to the Manchester or London attacks
Any suspicions should be raised through the Anti-Terror hotline on 0800 789321. In an emergency, always dial 999.
Cheshire Police continue to tackle drug use in our communities. As well as working with those trying to deal with addictions we target those who deal drugs.
As well as the problems it causes for those using drugs there is an impact on residents who have to live near those locations where drugs are being dealt.
There are also those who have to commit other crimes to fund their drug habits.
Using the information provided by local communities we have obtained and executed a number of warrants across Crewe South. As well as seizing and destroying thousands of pounds worth of drugs Cheshire police have seized cash and assets from offenders and closed premises used to deal or use drugs.
We still need the help and support of our communities to continue to tackle this on going issue and ask that anyone with information passes it on by calling 101 or using Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111
Crewe Police will be working to reduce the numbers of people drinking alcohol in public.
New legislation will soon be in place to identify those areas where people gather to drink alcohol and then allow the police and local authority officers to deal with them.
It's not just the numbers of people who sometimes gather to drink together, it's also the noise and mess they create that makes this such a problem, especially for those living nearby.
Local officers are working to map all of the locations being used, by a wide variety of groups, to gather and drink. They can then work to deal with those individuals involved and improve the environment to make it less attractive to them.
Anyone with information about where this is a problem can report it to Cheshire Police on the 101 system or through Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111
Your local team are continuing to work around the area of Crewe South to deal with the small minority of youths using threatening or abusive language and causing damage to property.
Our intention will be to deter anti-social behaviour and to identify and deal with any offenders. To do this we have increased the number of patrols around the area during the school holidays.
As the days get warmer and longer children are spending more time out and about, with the majority behaving themselves. However Cheshire Police are aware that some behave in an unacceptable manner.
We work with parents and partner agencies to address poor behaviour where we can identify those involved but need public support to identify where, when and by who these issues are caused. If you witness any incidents that you feel should be reported to the police then please do so, don't just complain on social media that nothing is done. The information you have may be the missing piece that leads to the police dealing with these individuals effectively.
We ask members of the local community to support us by reporting incidents on either 999, 101 or Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.
You said, we did
From 1st October 2017 to 31st January 2018
Anti - Social Behaviour (ASB) on the Brookhouse Estate with youths intimidating people, damaging property and assaulting local residentsWe did:
Working with the victims and other members od the community who have been brave enough to come forward and provide us with evidence Crewe South PC's and PCSO's have built a case against one of the identified ring leaders.
After compiling a file of evidence and going through the court procedure a conviction has been secured. Cheshire Police will soon be issuing a press release with details of the offender and the sentence.
Meanwhile the Crewe officers and PCSO's have their sights on a new target who has also been involved in ASB in and around the estate.
We need more participation in Speedwatch in the local communityWe did:
We advertised in the local paper for volunteers and PCSO Corbett is currently training the new volunteers
There is increased levels of ASB in the housing estate off Jack Mills WayWe did:
PCSO Corbett posted questionnaires through local houses to gauge the severity of the problem and how best to tackle it. We are currently analysing the responses
Identified areas where local events regularly caused issues with parkingWe did:
Local businesses in Shavington have been spoken to about their clients parking and try to minimise disruption to local residents
Members of the community identified areas that were prone to suffering from speeding vehicleWe did:
Speeding enforcement has been completed in hotspot and vulnerable areas
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.
Do not use this form to report a crime or an urgent matter. If you wish to report a crime please call our non-emergency number 101 or call 999 if it is an emergency.
Your message will be sent through to the local policing team for consideration as a Policing Priority for this area.