Old Warley Neighbourhood
Sergeant Jamie Neadle
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PC Alison Bullock
PC Chris Jones
PC claire lewis
PCSO Tina Faulkner
PCSO Kate Macaulay
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
There has been an increase in preventable vehicle crime where vehicle owners have left valuable items on display in their vehicles such as Sat-Nav's, Handbags and computers as well as a collection of high value tools. At the same time car number plates have been taken. The team aims to help educate owners to prevent such offences.There has been an increase in preventable vehicle crime where vehicle owners have left valuable items on display in their vehicles such as Sat-Nav's, Handbags and computers as well as a collection of high value tools. At the same time car number plates have been taken. The team aims to help educate owners to prevent such offences.
Reduction of preventable Vehicle crime.: Vehicle crime remains a concern on the area and is increasing. The local police team with other police resources are preparing a number of targetted responses to this crime and there have already been several arrests for local offences.
The Reduction of Dwelling Burglary Offences.To have targetted patrols in areas of vunerability to prevent offences of Burglary Dwelling. At the same time to increase reassurance in the area by providing crime prevention advice to allow residents of Bristnall to protect their own properties.
Actions so far.: We have alreday done an operation on the area and have started to gather significant intelligence. We would encourage the residents to inform us of any suspicious behaviour on the area and record and discriptions and details of vehicles they are concerned about and pass them to us via the web page email address.
Neighbourhood police teams across Sandwell 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 police surgery or neighbourhood forum meeting. (Dates as 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 PCSOs 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 your neighbourhood officers. Contact them for more information.
Sandwell also has a voluntary charity organisation called the Sandwell Crime Prevention Panel. The panel is always looking for new members, and can be contacted by visiting the website at www.sandwellcrimeprevention.org
Fix My Street is also an excellent website that can be used to voice your concerns, and allows you to remain anonymous if you so wish. You can visit the website at www.fixmystreet.com.
Whichever method you prefer, we hope to hear from you soon.
If it matters to you, it matters to us.
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There are no meetings dates set within the next four months.
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