Shard End Neighbourhood
Sergeant James Wall
|Telephone:||101 extension 7601 6374|
PC Matt Goundry
PC Rhys Scott
PC Phillip Wellington
PCSO Jeremy Bacon - Glebe Farm
PCSO Sunil Bhardwaj - Yorkswood
PCSO Olly Bradley - Lea Village
PCSO Carolyn Davis - Tile Cross
PCSO kayleigh Murray - the Heathway
PCSO Subhas Patel - schools/parks link
- PC Paul Rayworth
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
Shard End against Drugs.Since January over 50 drugs operations have taken place in Shard End. Our team, Birmingham City Council and the residents of Shard End are united in our efforts to rid the streets of Shard End of illegal drugs. If you are involved in drug dealing be warned, we will be visiting you soon. As well as facing prosecution, your tenancy could be at risk. If you suspect anyone in the area of using, dealing or being involved in illegal drugs call us or crimestoppers 0800 555 111 working together for Shard End.
Shard End against Drugs.: We attended court at the end of last month to obtain a drugs closure order in Tile Cross similar to those granted at addresses on Bradley Road and Timberely lane previously. Sadly the order was not granted by the magistrate as, despite the evidence and case in general being described by our prosecutor as strong, the witnesses asked to provide evidence refused to attend. This was frustrating not only because of the amount of work that we had done but because we are determined to remove drug usage and dealing from the streets of Shard End. We can only do this with YOUR help.
Road safety project Brownfield Rd.Complaints of inconsiderate and dangerous parking, speeding and general road safety have been an increasing issue on the agenda in most parts of Shard End for several years, raised at pretty much every public meeting the Police or Council attend. Two of the main reasons for this have been the increased number of vehicles per household in the area and the changing attitude of motorists and residents over the past couple of decades. Working in partnership with Councillor Marje Bridle and local residents we have selected Brownfield Road as a pilot area.
Road safety project Brownfield Rd.: Councillor Bridle and I will be holding another meeting to update residents regarding our ongoing road safety and parking project for Brownfield Rd at 7pm on Wednesday December 11th at the Brownfield Rd Youth Club. The traffic regulation order (TRO) has now been advertised and will now be awaiting any grounds for objection up to December the 13th. A full update will be provided at the meeting.
Operation Repel.We are currently doing everything we can to reduce vehicle crime offences in Shard End and across the constituency. To do this we need your help. Please ensure that you lock you vehicles overnight and that you leave no valuables in your car or at least not on show. Did you know that 48 vehicles were stolen across the West Midlands last winter due to the owners leaving the engine running on frosty mornings to #226;#8364;#732;warm them up#226;#8364;#8482;. We will, as ever, be working hard to ensure that Shard End remains a safe place to live by patrolling at the right times and targeting our
Awaiting feedback from neighbourhood meeting
Our neighbourhood policing teams aim to ensure that any concerns you have about the area in which you live are identified and acted upon quickly.
To be able to do this we need your help and support. We want to hear from you about any issues you think we should be tackling in your community.
There are lots of ways that you can get involved, and we have listed some suggestions below:
• Come along to one of our community meetings which are held regularly held in your neighbourhood.
• Call West Midlands Police on 0345 113 5000 and ask to speak to your neighbourhood team. Alternatively, you can email your neighbourhood officers.
• Join a local Neighbourhood Watch scheme: visit www.neighbourhoodwatch.net for more information and to find a local scheme.
• Give information about crime anonymously to Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or visiting www.crimestoppers-uk.org. Crimestoppers are not the police, but an independent charity working to fight crime.
• Tell us what you think by completing our online survey.
Whichever method you prefer, we hope to hear from you soon and don’t forget you can always find out the latest priorities and meeting dates for your neighbourhood here on our website.
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|Date/Time||Meeting Type and Location|
|11 December 2013|
Brownfield Road safety and parking project
Brownfield Youth Club
|17 December 2013|
All Saints residents group
The Shard Library
All Saints Square
|10 February 2014|
Ward Commitee meeting
286 Kitts Green Road
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