West Bletchley neighbourhood
Local priorities - 'You said, We did'
The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:
You said: Theft from motor vehicles
There were two reports of thefts from motor vehicles in West Bletchley during June. One of these was a theft of an index plate.
Your neighbourhood team are continuing with their patrols in the area
You said: Anti-social behaviour (ASB) and drug use around the Melrose Avenue Local Centre:
Ongoing reports of ASB and drug use around the Melrose Avenue Local Centre
Your neighbourhood team are continuing with their patrols in the area and we have embarked on a new project to address some of the issues. LISP (Locally Identified Solutions and Practices. The aim of the LISP it to identify the issues affecting your neighbourhood, identify possible solutions for the issues, and work together using all the resources available to us including local residents and businesses. The LISP is currently focused on the Melrose Avenue and Mellish Court Area. The consultation with residents has been completed and we have identified that poor lighting, groups of youths and street drinkers are the things that are causing the most concern. From this we have been able to look at enlisting the help of residents and agencies to work together to make some positive suggestions and actions that will benefit the community
You said: Burglary dwellings:
There were two attempted burglaries in June
The local NHPT have been out patrolling West Bletchley following the two attempted burglaries in an attempt to reassurance the local residents and to try and obtain intelligence to identify offenders
You said: Theft from Motor Vehicles
In order to assist us in combating this type of crime motorists are encouraged to ensure their vehicles are secure and any valuables left in the car are placed out of sight
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.
Have Your Say events
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Sergeant Mark Swallow
PC Sarah Nash - Neighbourhood specialist officer
PC Shane Richardson
PC John Hayle
PCSO Marie Casebrook
PCSO Maria Toniolo
PCSO Louise Gray
PCSO Martin Woolley
PCSO Sarah Williams
PC Steve Horspool - Schools officer