Rural Milton Keynes neighbourhood

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Local priorities - 'You said, We did'

The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:

  • You said: Anti-Social Behaviour Hanslope

    Concerns over Mini Moto’s being used in the village.

    We did:
    The local Neighbourhood Police Team are aware of reports and complaints about a mini moto riding around the village. We are continuing to try to locate it through high visibility patrols in the area, but need your help in identifying the bike and the owner, so we can deal with the matter quickly and robustly. If you have any information relating to this, please call 101 and ask to speak to one of your local Neighbourhood officers, or through crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where you do not have to give your name and they pass the information onto the local team anonymously .

  • You said: Thefts from Vehicles

    Concerns about theft from vehicles in rural areas

    We did:
    We are working closely with the CID in relation to recent thefts from vehicles, particularly work vans, where tool shave been stolen. The initial attendance will usually be from one the of the Neighbourhood team and by providing this continuity, patterns of offending are more easily recognised. This has recently lead to a breakthrough and possibly an offender being identified. We strongly recommend that all vehicles are kept locked and secure, and that tools are security marked. The local Neighbourhood team can assist with this.

  • You said: Speeding

    Speeding has been highlighted an issue in many of our rural villages

    We did:
    We work closely with the Rural NAG’s and their SID deployments on the area. The data these collect is then used to identify problem locations. A combination of TVP resources are available and support this priority; these include the Roads Policing dept. and the mobile camera safety van. Additionally almost all Newport Pagnell Police officers have now been trained to use the speed check equipment. PCSO’s still attend Community Speedwatch events when requested.

These are being dealt with by your neighbourhood policing team in partnership with residents and other agencies. Progress will be reported in the Neighbourhood updates.

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Neighbourhood officers

  • Inspector Lee Brace

    Inspector Lee Brace

  • Sergeant Andy Paulden

    Sergeant Andy Paulden

  • PC Stuart Folwell

    PC Stuart Folwell

  • PC Andrew Hipkin

    PC Andrew Hipkin - Neighbourhood specialist officer (Wild Life Officer)

  • PC Julie Bishop

    PC Julie Bishop

  • PC Dave Spencer

    PC Dave Spencer

  • PCSO Kirsty Martinson

    PCSO Kirsty Martinson

  • PCSO Christina Lewington

    PCSO Christina Lewington

  • PCSO Nick Grady

    PCSO Nick Grady

  • PCSO Patrica Flynn

    PCSO Patrica Flynn

Schools officers

  • PC Sue Furber

    PC Sue Furber - Schools officer