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28 Weekly update from your PCSO


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I will be holding my other PCSO surgeries as follows

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DELAMERE PARK leisure centre carpark CW82UJ 

Thursday 26th May 1900-2000 hours

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WEAVERHAM community centre carpark CW83HY 

Monday 6th June 1900-2000 hours 

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ACTON BRIDGE parish room CW83RA 

Sunday 12th June 1200-1300 hours

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SANDIWAY LIBRARY carpark CW82NS 

Monday 13th June 1200-1300 hours

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CUDDINGTON NORLEY ROAD VILLAGE HALL

Thursday 16th June 1900-2000 hours

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DELAMERE PARK leisure centre carpark CW82UJ 

Monday 27th June 1900-2000 hours

 

 

Have you say and complete the resident voice survey attached to highlight your community issues/concerns https://www.cheshire.police.uk/residentsvoicenorthwich

 

OP SCEPTRE week of action 16-22 MAY

This week NORTHWICH LPU knife surrender bin was located at WEAVERHAM COMMUNITY CENTRE and SANDIWAY LIBRARY PCSO surgeries to safely surrender any unwanted knives.  A big THANK YOU to WASTE SIGMA for supplying the surrender bin This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I have attended CUDDINGTON PRIMARY SCHOOL to discuss CRIME and CONSEQUENCES presentation with the HEAD and to arrange future engagement opportunities.

WEAVERHAM ACADEMY SCHOOL year 6 student’s interaction throughout my delivery of the CRIME and CONSEQUENCES presentation was superb. Well done to all!

Parent online safety sessions have been held outside CUDDINGTON PRIMARY SCHOOL and WEAVERHAM ACADEMY SCHOOL. Thank you to all parents for their interaction guessing the age of the apps that their children may be using. 

Following intelligence received with regards to a planned fight at WEAVERHAM FAIR, NORTHWICH LPU officers, PC GRIMSHAW and I have patrolled WEAVERHAM FUNFAIR. Our local police Inspector issued a dispersal notice for any unacceptable behaviour in this area giving officers the powers to direct a person to leave the predefined area. Anyone instructed to leave that didn’t contravene this order could be arrested.  No arrests were made.  Trading standard test purchases were requested with regards to youths purchasing alcohol from local licensed premises.  Nothing to report.

Following concerns raised at the WEAVERHAM PARISH COUNCIL meeting with regards to vehicles exceeding 7.5 tonne limit in WEAVERHAM, Roads policing officer PC BREWSTER, CWAC engineer, Cllr EDWARDS, WEAVERHAM TRUST volunteer and I have been working in partnership on a road policing operation around WALLERSCOTE ROAD.  3 vehicles exceeding the 7.5 tonnes restriction limit were stopped and drivers issued with a TOR (traffic offence report).  Please be aware of the local weight restrictions in place.

I have linked in with management at WEAVERHAM COMMUNITY CENTRE to discuss community concerns and future events that I can assist. 

Several youths disturbing users at the CUDDINGTON VILLAGE HALL by knocking on doors and windows shouting abuse and swearing.  Other reports received of a group of youths thrown out of SANDIWAY LIBRARY mooning through the window, attempting to prevent staff from securing doors, grabbing the key lanyard, using a bicycle wheel to keep doors open being verbally abusive towards staff banging on windows causing distress to members of staff.  CCTV from CUDDINGTON VILLAGE HALL was obtained and house to house enquiries made.  14 x local village youths so far have been identified and spoken with in the company of their parents.  WVHT have issued tenancy warning letters for ASB behaviour within the community.  NORTHWICH ASB unit referrals have been made for youth interview. 

A problem profile has now been set up for multi agencies to work together safeguarding staff within the LIBRARY due to previous verbal/physical reported incidents. This behaviour, which may also constitute criminal offences, will not be tolerated in our community and further involvement may eventually lead to police and partner agencies seeking a Criminal Behaviour Order.

PCSO Michelle is working to support the library in their decision making and to make funding applications for CCTV to help ensure a safer learning environment for service users.

 

PCSO Michelle

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Michelle Gillett (Cheshire Police, Northwich LPU, Weaver and Cuddington PCSO)

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