Brierley Hill Neighbourhood
Sergeant Deb Rowbotham
|Telephone:||101 ext 7902 6304|
PC Ryan Clayes
PC Lorna Hayes
PC Lisa Lambeth
PC Cat Purser
PC Tim Sawyer
PC Kevin Sinar
PC Dave Trevalen
PC Wayne Trueman
PCSO Martin Beardsmore
PCSO Neil Bunting
PCSO Wendy Darby
PCSO Andrew Freeman
PCSO Jim Keeley
PCSO Victoria Rogers
PCSO Steve Roper
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
On Street Drinking Brierley Hill.There have been a number of complaints in relation to on street drinking in the Brierley Hill area. This will be a priority for the Neighbourhood Team.
On Street Drinking in the Brierley Hill area.: Officers have conducted targeted patrols in the area and there have been a high number of alcohol seizures. Local businesses are being spoken to and evidence is being gathered in relation to persons committing a public nuisance. Patrols will continue and on street drinking will not be tolerated in these areas.
Illegal Parking in the Brierley Hill area.There have been a number of complaints in relation to illegal parking on the streets in and around the High Street and this will be a priority for the Neighbourhood Team.
Parking in the Brierley Hill Area.: A number of fixed penalties have been issued on the Neighbourhood and patrols will continue in the areas reported to us.
Neighbourhood police teams across Dudley borough are working hard to resolve issues and concerns raised by the local community.
If you have a specific concern about the neighbourhood in which you live, there are a number of ways you can share this information with us.
• Attend a local PACT (Partners and Communities Together) meeting or police surgery in your area. (Dates are listed on each neighbourhood webpage).
• Give the relevant neighbourhood team a call (Numbers are listed on the website)
• Stop one of our police officers or police community support officers who are on street patrol for a chat.
• Visit one of our police stations and explain your concerns to a relevant officer.
• Email your neighbourhood team explaining your concerns (Email addresses can be found on each neighbourhood webpage)
There are also numerous community groups and schemes that work alongside officers to reduce and deter crime.
You can become involved in local Neighbourhood Watch schemes, or even set up your own scheme with the help of our partnership officer. For further information, please contact your neighbourhood team for details.
Whichever method you prefer, we hope to hear from you soon.
If it matters to you, it matters to us.
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|Date/Time||Meeting Type and Location|
|6 June 2013|
Nine Locks Community Centre, Hill Street, Brierley.
|1 August 2013|
St Pauls Community Centre
|12 September 2013|
Nine Locks Community Centre, Hill Street, Brierley..
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