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South Yardley Neighbourhood

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Confidence in policing

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.

You Said, We did, We Listened.

Confidence the police do a good job

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.

You Said

Fear of Crime

Concerns around increase in Vehicle Crime in South Yardley

We Did

Acted Swiftly to Emerging Trend and Residents Concern

There have been a growing number of reports concerning vehicle crime in and around the South Yardley area.

Police responded by offering crime prevention advice and packs to victims of crime and other local residents (crime prevention advice is a key element to reducing this crime type, as recent examples of attacked vehicles have included owner’s leaving their Sat-Nav’s and personal belongings on show. Vehicles have also been left insecure).

Extra patrols were added and the team have changed their shift patterns in order to prevent further crime.

Offender Management tactics were reviewed in order to develop intelligence of potential offenders for these crimes with a view to ‘catching and convicting’ those responsible.

As a result reported vehicle crime reduced in the targeted area, with a prolific vehicle crime offender being sent to prison.


Date / TimeMeeting Type and Location
Tuesday 29 September 2015

Time 19:00 - 20:00

South Yardley Neighbourhood Meeting

Peachy Keens, Coventry Road, South Yardley, 2nd Floor

The inspector for your neighbourhood sector is:

Dave Keen

Stechford Police Station
338 Station Road
B33 8RR

Telephone: 844 6242