Sergeant Anthony Henderson
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PC Claire Elwell
PC Chris Gilmour
PC Matt Jones
PC Kirsty Shield
PC Rob Spence
PC Karen Yeomans
PCSO Roy Lenton
- PCSO Joe Arnett
- PCSO Netty Cotterell
- PCSO Jeff Dube
- PCSO Fred Scholes
- PCSO Libby Stiles
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
:Bell Green Anti-social behaviour(Riley Square, Sampson Close, Sibston Close).It has been recognised that there are various groups who frequent Bell Green and cause Anti-Social Behaviour. These groups range from drunken beggars in and around Riley Square, to teenagers behaving like yobs running through the streets and blocks of flats. The residents, businesses and visitors to Bell Green will not accept this behaviour and neither will we. To that end Riley Square, Cherrybrook Way, Sampson Close and Sibton Close have been identified as Longford Neighbourhood Policing Teams' Priority Area.
11/12/13.: High Visibility foot patrol continuing in Riley Square and walkthroughs of Alice Arnold House, Emily Smith House, Joseph Latham House and Samuel Hayward House. Alcohol seized from several persons who where contravening the no drinking ban. Joint visits at several addresses conducted with Whitefriars Housing. Several tenants spoken to regarding recent conduct/behaviour and how this could affect their tenancy. In partnership with Council enforcement officers patrol around all of Riley Square regarding Dog fouling issues which resulted in two persons fined in relation to dog fouling.
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