Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood
Sergeant Matt McVeigh
|Telephone:||101 Ext 7865 6224|
PC Horton Dave
PC Emma Holmes
PC Andy Lane
PCSO James Smith
PCSO Amanda Williams
- PCSO Matt Jones
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
Reduce Begging and Associated Anti-Social Behaviour.Targetting of aggressive beggers around the Jewellery Quarter and St Pauls thus reducing the assocoiated anti social behaviour. Civil intervention orders have beenacquired, preventing some persistent offender's from entering the area or engaging in such activity. Several new have been seen in the area and though the problem has reduced, it is still an issue for shoppers; visitors; businesses and other legitimate charity collectors. Some beggars are now targetting late night revellers and are suspected of committing some opportunist thefts of bags and mobile phone.
Recent begging.: One particular drunken beggar has been pestering passers by on Lionel Street, near to Gt Charles St. Also a male in a fluorescent jacket is asking for money for petrol, stating he has broken down - he drives a Porsche! (No really, its true) Any sightings to the neighbourhood team please.
Reduce Vehicle Crime.Overall crime reduced in 2012 however vehicle crime continued to be an issue in the area. Patrols will be prioritised around crime hot spots and reassurance patrols will take place to ensure that vehicle crime especially are kept to a minimum. Members of the public need to be aware of leaving valuables on display in their vehicles, even during the day. Those parking to go to work will hopefully see officers about before and after normal working hours.
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.
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|
|29 May 2013|
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
o/s St Pauls Church
St Pauls Square
|12 June 2013|
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
St Marks Residents
King Edwards Road
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