Cradley and Wollescote Neighbourhood
Sergeant Duncan Rudge
|Telephone:||101 ext 7903 6422|
PC Sarah Beard
PC Vivek Rai
PCSO Jess Johnson
PCSO Shane Kyle
PCSO Neil Walters
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
Burglary Dwellings, Wollescote Area.At tonights PACT Meeting, local residents have raised the issue of Burglary Dwellings in the Wollescote Area.
Burglary Dwellings, Wollescote Area.: 5/6/2013 - My officers will be increasing patrols in the area and will be advising residents about leaving windows/doors open and unlocked during the summer months.
Burglary Other Buildings, Wollescote Area.At tonights PACT Meeting, local residents have raised the issue of Burglary other Buildings in the Wollescote Area. This includes sheds and garages that are not attached to peoples houses..
Burglary Other Buildings, Wollescote Area.: 5/6/2013 - My officers will be increasing patrols in the area and will be carrying out a crime prevention leaflet drop offering advice to local residents. We will also be avialable for property marking if needed.
Vehicle Crime, Wollescote Area.At tonights PACT Meeting local residents have raised the issue of Vehicle Crime in the wollescote area.
Vehicle Crime, Wollescote Area.: 5/6/2013 - My Officers will be carrying out patrols in the area and any vehicle spotted with items on display will be bought to the attention of the owners and advice will be given.
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|
|3 July 2013|
|15 July 2013|
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wollescote Community Centre
|4 September 2013|
Providence Methodist Church
|2 October 2013|
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