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11 Weekly Update from Your PCSO


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I will be holding my other PCSO surgeries as follows

SANDIWAY LIBRARY carpark CW82NS
Tuesday 25th January 1200-1300 hours
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WEAVERHAM community centre carpark CW83HY
Tuesday 1st February 1900-2000 hours
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ACTON BRIDGE parish room CW83RA
Tuesday 15th February 1200-1300 hours
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DELAMERE PARK leisure centre carpark CW82UJ
Friday 18th February 1200-1300 hours
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CUDDINGTON Norley Road play fields carpark CW82LA
Wednesday 23rd February 1900-2000 hours
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SANDIWAY LIBRARY carpark CW82NS
Saturday 26th February 1200-1300 hours



Come along to discuss your community issues/concerns. Alternatively register your concern(s) on the link attached https://www.cheshire.police.uk/residentsvoicenorthwich

This week is the national campaign Neighbourhood Policing week of action. Officers across our LPU have addressed

anti social driving in NORTHWICH TOWN location – Section 59 warning notice issued for doing ‘donuts’ on a public carpark, traffic offence reports issued.

drug warrants in WINSFORD - quantity of drugs seized, folding lock knives. 2 persons interviewed under caution.

Multi agency meeting – between professionals and youths to address the decline in behaviour resulting to an increase of ASB incidents.

https://www.cheshire.police.uk/news/cheshire/news/articles/2022/1/cheshire-police-takes-part-in-neighbourhood-policing-week-of-action/

Following concerns raised from residents to the Parish Council, school parking has been conducted on KEEPERS LANE this week. Future patrols to this location have been arranged. Both CWAC highways and the parish have been invited to assess a junction onto KEEPERS LANE.

School parking has also been conducted on ASH ROAD this week.

This week another 2 Community speed watch volunteers have been trained. Speed monitoring has been conducted

NORLEY ROAD – highest recorded speed being 25mph
ASH ROAD – highest recorded speed being 28mph.

Police warning letters have been issued to registered vehicle keepers. #yousaidwedid

How important is road safety to you in your community?

Cheshire Police Crime Commissioner has funded 3 x speed devices for all our trained community speed watch volunteers to use, helping us to keep our community safe. We currently have 15 community speed watch volunteers. If you are interested in joining our team please message me. https://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/transport-and-roads/road-safety/community-speed-management.aspx


Are you interested in helping to create a stronger resilient community? Would you like to become a neighbourhood watch coordinator? Sign up https://www.cheshire.police.uk/advice/advice-and-information/wsi/watch-schemes-initiatives/neighbourhood-watch/


PC GRIMSHAW completed a successful restorative justice conference meeting between, youths, parents, teachers and social workers to address ASB behaviour.

I have met with an initiative group this week to discuss future peer educational tutorials, youth events/activities with the view to engage with local youths to deter ASB.

This week I have been out within our community working in partnership with CWAC and DVSA. DVSA conducted their annual vehicle checks on transport vehicles outside WEAVERHAM HIGH SCHOOL to ensure the safety of our children.


PCSO Michelle
#wecare

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

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