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Nuneaton West Newsletter

December 2018 - January 2019

Woodland Trust

Latest updates

  • In October 2018 a speeding operation was conducted on Haunchwood Road. During the operation approximately 250 speed checks were completed. Advice was given to speeding drivers and where necessary drivers reported for any offences. Checks of all vehicles and driving licenses were conducted too.

 

  • In November 2018 SNT took part in a multi-agency operation with trading standards. A number of shops in the Nuneaton area were visited, whereby the underage sale of alcohol and tobacco was monitored. There was a positive result with no underage sale of either products made.
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  • A community sports event was organised in November 2018 in partnership with the leisure trust. Local members of the community were invited to attend and take part in sporting activities such as football, tennis, golf and rock climbing. It also provided members of the community with an opportunity to meet their local officers and enjoy the refreshments!

 

  • Nuneaton West PCSO Kerry Owens won a bid from the Woodlands Trust to promote the Queens love of trees. Over 60 different types of trees were planted with the help of children from three local schools. There was also a visit from Nuneaton and Bedworth's Boroughs Mayor Christopher Watkins.
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  • In December 2018 a community café was organised inviting local members of the community to attend in order to meet their local officers. The setting gave them the opportunity to sit down with a cuppa and cake and express any concerns that they had regarding crime or ASB within the area they live. The evening was a success as it provided Nuneaton SNT with important intelligence and the local community's priorities.

 

  • Before the Christmas Period in conjunction with the community café four new Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators have been assigned for the Nuneaton West area. They will be working with the SNT in order to address and tackling local crime and ASB issues.

 

  • Nuneaton West SNT along with Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council were successful in working together to receive a court issued closure order for a property on Black-A-Tree Road. The property had been the subject of a number of issues surrounding ASB, drugs and community concern. A joint visit between the police and council has now seen the property sitexed and the issues resolved.

 

  • Over the Christmas period there has been a spike in burglaries in the Thorntons Way area. Patrols will be being conducted and crime prevention advice being offered to local residents.

 

  • A male known to police that was causing a number of ASB issues in the Kingswood area was recently granted an Injunction with the condition that he is no longer able to enter the area. This has a positive impact on the residents living in the area and has seen a reduction in the amount of ASB.

 

About your team

Safer Neighbourhood Teams work with local people and partners to identify, tackle and solve issues that matter to the community where you live.

Making neighbourhoods safer by cutting day to day crime and anti-social behaviour is at the heart of keeping people in Warwickshire safe. Thanks to an investment in mobile tablet style computers, these will enable officers to spend more time on patrol on the street and in neighbourhoods.

Officers will continue to come to people when they need them and provide a high quality service however you contact us - in person (on the street, at community bases and at partners and communities together [PACT] meetings), on the phone or online.

Your local West Team is Sgt Adam Skelsey, PC Roxanne Kinsella, PC Esther Kinch, PCSO Adam Russell, PCSO Kerry Owens and PCSO Hannah Woodhams.

Where we work

Nuneaton West SNT is based at Nuneaton Justice Centre, we work around the areas of Barpool and Grove Farm.

 

How to get in touch

101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime

nw.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

Twitter : @NuneatonCops

Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

Published 07/01/19