Warrington Central

The areas of Latchford, Howley, Bewsey, Whitecross and Fairfield are covered by the Warrington Central team, taking in places such as Victoria Park and Warrington Hospital.

Warrington Central Team

Mark Spaven

Sergeant

Jacqueline Starkey

PC

Covers Bewsey and Dallam

Robert Gallagher

PCSO

Covers Fairfield and Howley

Janet Price

PCSO

Covers Fairfield and Howley

Policing Priorities

From 1st April 2018 to 30th April 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be

We have received a number of reports of off Road bikes in the area causing ASB and damage to the grassed areas. Local officers have been patrolling the area since we have received the reports and will continue to do so to prevent further offences and to identify those responsible for riding the off road bikes. If we are in a position to identify those responsible we can look to take positive action. We would ask for members of the public to report any further incidents. If you are reporting any incidents it would be helpful if you could provide any of the following information, name person riding if you know who they are, a description of the bikes, make and model, colour, any registration, distinctive markings on the bike, description of the rider(s) clothing, are they wearing a helmet (Colour) and age.

 

We have received a number of reports from the public about Anti-Social Behaviour and individuals begging on Orford Lane. Local Beat Manager PC Chris Kearney will be patrolling and targeting the area to prevent, disrupt and take positive action against anyone found committing ASB.

 

Drug Use and Supply is still a concern and fear for many local residents. We will continue to be a visible presence on Central Warrington where we receive reports of drug use and supply. We are continually reviewing and developing intelligence to target and disrupt individuals and teams who are dealing in our area. We are using a number of different policing tactics to disrupt this activity. We would encourage anyone who is aware of and witnesses the use or supply of drugs to contact Cheshire Police or report it anonymously to Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

The results and action taken last month evidence the work which is ongoing to tackle the issue of drugs on the Central area.

 

 

You said, we did

From 1st March 2018 to 31st March 2018
You said:

Drug Use and Supply is still a concern and fear for many local residents. We will continue to be a visible presence on Central Warrington where we receive reports of drug use and supply. We are continually reviewing and developing intelligence to target and disrupt individuals and teams who are dealing in our area. We are using a number of different policing tactics to disrupt this activity. We would encourage anyone who is aware of and witnesses the use or supply of drugs to contact Cheshire Police or report it anonymously to Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

The results and action taken last month evidence the work which is ongoing to tackle the issue of drugs on the Central area.

 

We did:

The Central Beat Team are continuing to review and develop reports and intelligence in relation to the supply and use of drugs in the area. This work is ongoing and officers are patrolling those areas where we receive reports of drug use and supply.

 

 

You said:

A pattern of offences in relation to burglaries from outbuildings. A number of sheds have been forced and contents stolen. The area mainly being targeted is Fairfield and Howley.

We did:

During the month of March we have received significantly fewer reports of shed’s being targeted and as a result of officers investigating these offences an adult male was arrested and charged with 3 Burglary Offences and a curfew was imposed on the male preventing him from being out during the evening and overnight. Officers believe the significant arrest and conditions imposed on this individual has prevented further offences.

You said:

ASB / Begging on Orford Lane

 

 

We did:

Local officers have been a visible presence in the area to prevent ASB and deal with any reports of begging. Local Beat Manager PC Kearney has summoned an adult male for Begging contrary to Sec 3 Vagrancy Act and a public order offence. Proportionate positive action will be taken against anyone found committing any offences in the area. Ongoing visibility will continue in the area offering support and reassurance to local residents, retail outlets and visitors to the area.

 

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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