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Wiltshire Police – Drop in Sessions January to March 2016 – Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Drop in Sessions – Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team.

The aim of Neighbourhood Policing is to have a dedicated policing team in your local community. We are here to tackle the issues that you feel are affecting the quality of life in the area in which you live. We will work together with other agencies to deal with your concerns

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What matters most in your community?

What affects you? Tell us your views!

If you would like to see one of your local Neighbourhood Policing team we will be holding drop in sessions at the following times and locations.

Your local team will be happy to offer advice on crime prevention

Inglesham near the Forge 19th January 11.00-12.00

 

Hannington Jolly Tar Pub 2nd February 19.00-20.00

 

Castle Eaton Village Hall 3rd March 10.00-11.00

If you are unable to make any of these events please don’t hesitate to call 101 to speak to our Crime Prevention Officer who will be happy to talk to you or to speak to your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

In an EMERGENCY dial 999, all NON-EMERGENCY calls dial 101            (Your call will be recorded.)

http://www.wiltshire.police.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team

Bike Marking and Crime Prevention Advice Events.

The aim of Neighbourhood Policing is to have a dedicated policing team in your local community. We are here to tackle the issues that you feel are affecting your quality of life in the area in which you live. We will work together with other agencies to deal with your concerns.

What matters most in your community?

 What affects you? Tell us your views?

 If you would like to see one of your local Neighbourhood Policing Team we will be holding  bike marking and crime prevention advice  events (saddle marking and the dog warden will also be available on Tuesday 4th August at Stanton Park) on the following day : –

  •  Monday 3rd August

      Sainsburys Car Park, Stratton 13.00 – 15.00

  •  Tuesday 4th August

Sutton Park Car Park, Blunsdon 10.00 – 11.00

Turnpike Road, Blunsdon near Kingsdown Lane 11.15 – 12.15

Stanton Park, Stanton Fitzwarren 12.30 – 15.00 SADDLE            

MARKING AND DOG WARDEN

  •  Wednesday 5th August

Inglesham near the Forge 11.00 – 12.00

Roves Farm, Sevenhampton 12.30 – 14.30

South Marston Rec Car Park 14.45 – 16.45

  •  Thursday 6th August

Castle Eaton Village Hall 10.00 – 11.00

Skinners Close, Hannington 11.30 – 12.30

Come and meet your local Police team.

 If you are unable to make any of these events please don’t hesitate to call 101 to speak to our Crime Prevention Officer who will be happy to talk to you, or to speak to your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

IN AN EMERGENCY DIAL 999, ALL NON-EMERGENCY CALLS DIAL 101

(Your calls will be recorded)

 http://www.wiltshire.police.uk

 

 

Wiltshire Police – Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team

Drop in Sessions in February, March and April 2015

The aim of Neighbourhood Policing is to have a dedicated policing team in your local community. We are here to tackle the issues that you feel are affecting the quality of life in the area in which you live.  We will work together with other agencies to deal with your concerns.

 What matters most in your community?

What affects you? Tell us your views!

 If you would like to see one of your local Neighbourhood Policing Team we will be holding drop in sessions at the following times: –

Castle Eaton  Village Hall         10.00 – 11.00am,  19th March and       2nd  April  

Blunsdon Shop                                9.00 – 10.00am,      28th February

South Marston Village Hall    10.00 – 11.30am,  14th February  

Stanton Park                                    12.00 – 1.00pm,     28th February

Jolly Tar, Hannington                 7.00 – 8.00pm         24th  March

If you are unable to make any of these event please don’t hesitate to call 101 to speak to either our Crime Prevention Officer who will be happy to talk to you, or to speak to your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

In an EMERGENCY dial 999, all NON-EMERGENCY calls dial 101

(Your call will be recorded)

http://www.wiltshire.police.uk

 

Police Meetings – September, October and November 2014

Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team  

We are your dedicated policing team who work with the community and partner agencies to address concerns raised by you.

Every three months priorities are set based on what the local community tell us are their concerns. You can raise your concerns by attending one of the meetings listed below or by contacting us at anytime using the contact details provided below.

Venue Date Time
Castle Eaton Village Hall 30/10/2014 10.00-11.00
Castle Eaton Village Hall 13/11/2014 10.00-11.00
Blunsdon Village shop 15/11/2014 09.00-10.00
South Marston Village Hall 08/11/2014 11.00-12.00
Stanton Fitzwarren Village Hall 15/11/2014 12.00-13.00
Hannington Jolly Tar Pub 30/09/2014 19.00-20.00

Residents are welcome to come to any of the locations stated above. If you need to speak with one of the team before the dates above please contact us via Wiltshire Police non-emergency telephone number 101 or our email address swindonnorthnpt@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Community Beat Manager PC Marc Jackson

Police Community Support Officer Juliet Evans

 

Police Meetings – April and May 2014

Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team  

We are your dedicated policing team who work with the community and partner agencies to address concerns raised by you.

Every three months priorities are set based on what the local community tell us are their concerns. You can raise your concerns by attending one of the meetings listed below or by contacting us at anytime using the contact details provided below.

Venue Date Time
Castle Eaton Village Hall     03/04/2014 10.00-11.00 am
Castle Eaton Village Hall     22/05/2014 10.00-11.00 am
Blunsdon Village shop     24/05/2014 09.00-10.00 am
South Marston Village Hall     10/05/2014 11.00-12.00 am
Stanton Fitzwarren Village Hall     24/05/2014 12.00-01.00 pm
Hannington Jolly Tar Pub     13/05/2014 07.00-08.00 pm
     

Residents are welcome to come to any of the locations stated above. If you need to speak with one of the team before the dates above please contact us via Wiltshire Police non-emergency telephone number 101 or our email address swindonnorthnpt@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Community Beat Manager PC Marc Jackson

Police Community Support Officer Juliet Evans

 

Police Meetings – January/February 2014

Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team – Police Meetings 

We are your dedicated policing team who work with the community and partner agencies to address concerns raised by you.

Every three months priorities are set based on what the local community tell us are their concerns. You can raise your concerns by attending one of the meetings listed below or by contacting us at anytime using the contact details provided below.

Venue Date Time
Castle Eaton Village Hall 23/01/2014 10.00-11.00 am
Castle Eaton Village Hall 06/02/2014 10.00-11.00 am
Blunsdon Village shop 04/01/2014  08/02/2014 09.00-10.00 am
South Marston Village Hall 08/02/2014 11.00-12.00 am
Stanton Fitzwarren Stanton Park 04/01/2014 02.00-03.00 pm
Hannington Jolly Tar Pub 28/01/2014 07.00-08.00 pm

Residents are welcome to come to any of the locations stated above. If you need to speak with one of the team before the dates above please contact us via Wiltshire Police non-emergency telephone number 101 or our email address swindonnorthnpt@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Community Beat Manager PC Marc Jackson

Police Community Support Officer Juliet Evans

A Message from Wiltshire Police – BRAKE ROAD SAFETY WEEK 18th – 24th November 2013

Your local neighbourhood police team would like to inform you of action being taken in your area with regards to a national awareness campaign.

Road Safety Week is the UK’s largest road safety event, coordinated annually by “Brake”, the road safety charity  and involves thousands of participants. This year it takes place between 18th – 24th November 2013, and the main theme is ‘Tune in to Road Safety’, highlighting the risks to the general public of being involved in a road traffic collision as a result of being distracted. This national event looks at raising the awareness levels of such risks to all road users – vehicle drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.

Driver distraction is a major cause of death and serious injury in the UK. Driving is the most dangerous thing that most of us do on a daily basis and requires full attention, but many drivers have a sense of over-confidence, so attempting to multi-task is common. Research demonstrates that reaction times for drivers using a hand-held phone are 30% worse than for driving under the influence of alcohol at the legal limit. However, around a third of drivers contravene the law regarding the use of mobile phones whilst driving. Other distracting activities such as eating or smoking at the wheel have also been shown to increase the risk of crashing, yet lots of drivers admit to doing this. Distraction isn’t just an issue for drivers. For people on foot or on a bicycle, being sidetracked by a mobile telephone, or not being able to hear due to listening to music, or forgetting to hold a child’s hand, can be lethal.

Certain age groups possess intrinsic vulnerabilities. For instance a recent study revealed an 11-year-old pedestrian is 3 times more likely to be killed or seriously injured during school run time than a 10 year old.  Pedestrian casualty rate for girls in particular rises steeply from the age of 11.  By age 12 nearly 73% of children have a mobile phone.  More significantly, they use their mobile phone functions much more than younger children do.  Because of this, 25% acknowledge that they themselves have been distracted by personal technology when crossing a road.

During the 18th – 24th November 2013 the local NPT officers will be conducting patrols of the roads and streets around local schools and advising the community on the issues raised above. We thank you for your co-operation in this campaign.

Pc 1945 Jackson / PCSO 6236 Evans

Community Beat Manager, Rural North

Rural North NPT, Newburgh Place, Highworth. SN6 7DN

Telephone: 101

Email: marc.jackson@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk