Lozells and East Handsworth Neighbourhood
Sergeant Kin Devi
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PC Richard Clift
PC Ann-Marie Gittins
PC Vijay Kumar
PC Pete Poolton
PC Ben Sinclair
PC Dan Wickenden
PCSO Roy Brickley
PCSO Robert Capella
PCSO Alex Hickman
PCSO Si Jones
PCSO David Mogridge
PCSO Samantha O'Dell
PCSO Stacie Singh
- PCSO Stuart Ingram
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
Wellington Road Area (valid 21/05/13).Residents have complained of asb and drug dealing in the area.Numerous drugs warrant executed in the area and partnership working in progress to tackle long term issues including visit to residents ,shopkeepers and increase in patrols in the area.
Wellington Road Area.: Section 30 dispersal Order has now been authorised and will run for 6 months commencing 10 May 2013.A walkabout has also arrranged by partners agencies ,police and councillor looking at improving the area
Burbury Street Area. (valid 21/05/13).Residents complained of report of robberies in area. Robberies are police priority and below force average for area.High vis patrols increased in area and community meeting set up with residents to deal with their concerns .Residents reassured re partnership and police working in the area. This priority is to be reviewed as robbery now at same levels as last year which saw large reductions. Please submit your feedback.
Burbury Street Area.:
Baker Street Carpark. (valid 21/05/13).Reports of drug taking and anti-social behaviour on car park .Increase patrols in area and partnership working looking at possibility of closing the toilets or carpark at night time.
Baker Street Carpark.: The police have increased their presence with a mixture of plain clothes and high vis patrols in the area.Partners are looking into the possibility of regular cleaning contract in the area
Heathfield Road Area. (valid 21/05/13).Reports of prostitution in the area.Several prostitutes stopped by plain clothes officers in the area and dealt with .Increased patrol will continue in the area and partnership working ongoing to eradicate the problem .Residents fully updated re progress made in area. A number of prostitues have now received 1st case warnings. Partnership work is continuing with SAFE workers. 1 person remains on bail after team executed a warrant on a known brothel which has now closed. A known prostitue now has a CRASBo banning her from Heathfield Road area.
Heathfield Road Area.: This still continues to be an area for prosititues to congregate .However with the increase in plain and high vis patrols in the area several prosititues have received warning re their conduct.The police will continue with their increased presence in the area and looking at an operation to target kerb crawlers in the area as well as prosititues.
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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Meeting type: Police and Community Meeting
Tuesday 2 July 2013
09:00 am - 10:30 am
Anglesey Primary School
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