Bushbury North Neighbourhood
Sergeant Gary Passmore
|Telephone:||101 ext 7630 6049|
PC Jason Allen
PC Paul Johnson
PCSO Jayne Angell
PCSO Shaun Griffiths
- PC Joanna Fisher
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
ASB Poets Estate.General noise and nuisance behaviour reported by residents in and around the Poets estate.
ASB Poets Estate.: Increased patrols in and around the area. High Visibility and Plain Clothes patrols used to stop any youths acting in an ASB/suspicious manner
ASB around Craythorne Ave/ Q8 Service Station.Youths are congregating aroung the Q8 Service Station and Craythorne Avenue areas causing noise and nuisance to residents. Patrols increased in the area. Three possible youths identified at present. Enquiries ongoing.
ASB around Craythorne Ave/ Q8 Service Station.: High Visibilty patrols along Stafford Road and Craythorn Avenue. Officers have viewed activities from locations close to the sites and increased patrols have taken place for some weeks to attempt to identify offenders.
Your neighbourhood policing team is working hard to ensure your personal concerns about the area in which you live are identified and acted upon quickly, and that you are given regular feedback about the action that has been taken.
To help us do this more effectively, we would like to ask you to get involved.
We hold regular meetings across Wolverhampton, where you can raise any issues that are affecting your community with officers from your local police team. Meeting dates for this neighbourhood are listed above.
If you are not able to attend the meetings, you can still let us know your thoughts by contacting your neighbourhood team via the telephone number or email address at the top of this page. Alternatively, you can speak to one of your officers or PCSOs as they patrol your streets.
You can also have your say on whether you agree or disagree with the issues that have been identified as priorities for your neighbourhood. Simply tick ‘yes’ or ‘no’ in the priorities section and then submit your vote. If you do disagree with the priorities that have been set, remember to contact your neighbourhood sergeant to tell them what you feel the priorities for your area should be.
Another way to get involved is to set up or join a Neighbourhood Watch group. To find out more about Neighbourhood Watch, please contact Partnerships Officer Sharon Martin on 0345 113 5000 ext 7871 6575 or visit www.neighbourhoodwatch.net
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Meeting type: Oxley PACT
Tuesday 4 June 2013
Pendeford High School, Marsh Lane
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