Warrington South Team
Appleton, Hatton, Stretton and Walton
Beat Manager - for Lymm
Beat Manager - Stockton Heath, Thelwall & Grappenhall
Covers Hatton, Stretton and Walton
Covers Stockton Heath
Covers Grappenhall and Thelwall
Covers Appleton beat
Grappenhall & Thelwall
From 1st January 2018 to 31st January 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be
Youths on bikes and groups of youths acting in an anti-social manner in Stockton Heath village will be maintained as a priority through January. We are aware of these issues and the disruption/intimidation that these sometimes large groups can cause. This was a priority for December and will continue to be so for January.
Speeding remains a priority for Warrington Police and local residents We are committed to tackling this issue and will therefore maintain this as a local priority. Officers and PCSO's will be enforcing the speed limits on local roads, which is always raised as a prime concern by local residents.
Please drive carefully and respectfully on local roads.
You said, we did
From 1st December 2017 to 31st December 2017
Youths on bikes riding in an anti-social manner in Stockton Heath village will be maintained as a priority through December. We are aware of these issues and the disruption/intimidation that these sometimes large groups can cause. This was a priority for November and will continue to be so for December.We did:
Officers have dealt with and spoken to numbers of groups of youths on cycles throughout December.
Officers have been into the local High schools to advise around the problem and the schools have sent letters out to parents, held assemblies highlighting the law and dangers of cycling on pavements and without lights. Activity has also been advertised on our own Social media sites.
Officers work closely with staff at the Friday night Broomfields Youth Project (BYP) and PCSO's have attended one of these sessions in November and handed out free bike lights to those attending.
A number of incidents were dealt with during the month, and a further bike seized by officers which was being ridden in an anti-social manner. Parents were informed and brought to the police station.
Incidents of this nature have reduced during December, however, we will continue to tackle this issue over the coming months.
Despite some good reductions in shoplifting during October and November, we still have a number of outstanding shoplifting offences for which we need to identify and prosecute offenders. Our priority will be to bring offenders to justice and prevent further offences during December.We did:
Officers were out and about during December visiting the main retail premises promoting further crime reduction opportunities as part of Operation Blue Christmas. Shoplifting offences remained steady during December at 9 reported offences. One suspect has been identified responsible for a number of offences.
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.