Wednesfield South Neighbourhood
Sergeant David Stanley
|Telephone:||101 ext 7872 6001|
PC Darren Barfield
PC Richard Miller
PC Bethan Pye
PC Sue Wylde
PCSO Sarah Acaster
PCSO Anthony Cook
PCSO Sacha Davies
PCSO Emily Palmer
Priorities and Issues
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Your neighbourhood team are currently working with the community and partners to address the following:
Inconsiderate parking - Perry Hall School.parking issues of an inconsiderate and sometimes dangerous nature have been identified by the community concerning the locality immediately around Perry Hall Primary School. This occurs at the peak times of school drop off and pick up week days. .
Inconsiderate parking - Perry Hall School.: Wednesfield Neighbourhood Team are working with the staff and students at Perry Hall School regarding a Junior PCSO Scheme to educate and advise parents and visitors to the school about the issues of parking and child safety at peak times. Patrols to enforce the issues will continue throughout the summer term.
Antisocial behaviour Castle Pub.Members of the community have reported a number of incidents of antisocial behaviour around the Castle Public House, Wood End Rd. The ASB reported concerns noise from the premises and from a minority of the customers after closing time. Some incidents of possible drug dealing in the vicintiy have also been reported.
ASB Castle PH.: Wednesfield Neighbourhood Policing Team with assistance from the Community Action Priority Team will be carrying out hi-vis patrols in the vicinity of the pub and adjacent roads at the peak times when ASB has been reported, in an attempt to deter unwanted behaviour and identify culprits. The new licensee is currently working with the police to deter individuals who may be the cause of antisocial behaviour within or around the pub.
Antisocial behaviour Castlebridge Gardens.Members of the community have reported a number of incidents of ASB in and around the flats of Castlebridge Gardens, amounting to youths accessing the stairwells, hanging around and smoking cannabis.
ASB Castlebridge Gardens.: Wednesfield Neighbourhood Policing Team officers will be carrying out hi-vis patrols in the vicinity of the flats and the adjacent area. The flats and Castlebridge Rd have recently been letter dropped regarding the possibility of setting up a Neighbourhood Watch group.
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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|Date/Time||Meeting Type and Location|
|6 June 2013|
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Wednesfield Neighbourhood Police Surgery
St Chads Church room,
|25 June 2013|
Wednesfield High School,
Lichfield Road entrance,
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