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PC Lee Woolman - Bierton And Richmond
PC Matt Hallworth - Tyseley and Greet
PC Nichola Roy
PC Tom Stretch -Small Heath
PCSO Keith Holt - Tyseley and Greet
PCSO Olly Bradley
Our main priority to the public in South Yardley is to give them a ﬁrm belief and
trust that we are providing them with the local policing they need to make their
communities a safe and enjoyable place to live, work and socialise in.
We are committed to continually strengthening our good relations with our local
communities in listening to their problems and working hand in hand with them to
develop and implement effective and lasting solutions.
We have recently received an increased in the number of calls regarding motor cycles being used in an anti social manner across the ward. The complaints from the local community cover a wide range of issues including noise nuisance, the manner of riding, riders not wearing helmets, motor cycles being used in local parks and the potential for members of the public to be injured whilst going about their daily business. We are working with partner angencies and colleagues in other Police departments to address these issues. If you have any information regarding who is using these motor cycles or where they are being stored ring 101 and let us know. If you wish to remain annonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.<
We are currently in the process of gathering intelligence and information around these offenders.
Telephone: 844 6242
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