Sergeant Malcolm Reynolds
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PC Samantha Jones
PC Mark Levy
PC Finley Wensley
PC Ben Woolerson
PCSO Jeffrey Greenway
PCSO Jennifer Hodierne
PCSO Paul Jackson
PCSO Joanne Jones-Kiamou
PCSO Amy Stewart
- PC Lee Froggatt
- PCSO Kate Sephton
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
Burglaries.In a drive to reduce the overall amount of Burglaries within the Whoberley area over the next 12 months, officers will target student accommodation in particular which have traditionally been targeted by offenders due to the high value goods used by students (laptops / ipads etc). Much of the emphasis will be on making the entire area difficult for offenders to commit crime.
Residents Groups.: 12/5/13 - Officers have been out delivering letters in Earlson and Whoberley encouraging residents to form Residents Groups / Associations, a great idea as a group of people can get a lot more done when working together (gating schemes anyone) - if you'd like to take part please e-mail the team at firstname.lastname@example.org - we already have meetings planned for the following dates 29/05/13 - 25/06/13 - 22/07/13 - 28/08/13 ask to speak to PCSO Amy Stewart for more info .
Officers and PCSOs from your neighbourhood policing team want you to be involved in the decisions that affect the place where you live. Listening to you helps us to improve our service and make positive changes in the community.
Here’s how you can get involved:
• Contact your local team by telephone or email
• Visit your local police station
• Stop an officer or PCSO on patrol and have a chat
• Find us on Facebook or Twitter from the menu on the right hand side of this page
• Follow one of our inspector blogs from the same menu on the right
• Join or start up your own Neighbourhood Watch scheme
• Report anti-social behaviour via the It’s Your Call hotline on 024 7683 1300
• Report environmental concerns to www.fixmystreet.com
• Call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with information about crime.
You can also find us out and about in the community at:
• Street briefings – meet local officers on your doorstep, often in the police community van. This allows us to travel to different areas, offering advice, support and the opportunity to have your say on policing.
• Police surgeries – drop in on the day and talk to us about your concerns. No appointment necessary.
• Ward Forums – run in the evening by the council and led by one of the three councillors responsible for each of the city’s 18 wards. Open to everyone, including the public and other agencies, the forums are about making life in our neighbourhoods better together.
• Residents’ Associations – there are dozens of groups representing residents’ views across the city. They are run by local people for local people and help to build a stronger sense of community in Coventry.
Details of street briefings and police surgeries are advertised on each neighbourhood page of this website; along with some ward forums and residents’ association meetings.
Whichever method of communication you choose to use, we look forward to hearing from you.
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Meeting type: Street Briefing
Saturday 8 June 2013
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Bristol Road jnc Centaur Road
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The inspector for your neighbourhood sector is:
- Coventry City Council and Age UK's Trusted Trader scheme
- National www.police.uk website
- Reduce your chances of becoming a victim of crime
- Report hate crime online using the True Vision website
- Coventry City Council website
- Home Office website
- National Neighbourhood Watch website
- Police information on Neighbourhood Watch & other schemes
- Coventry Partnership website
- The independent charity Crimestoppers website
- It's Your Call 24-hour anti-social behaviour action line
Find out about crime levels in your neighbourhood
- police.uk (external site)