Local policing priorities for Avonmouth & Shirehampton

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Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities in this neighbourhood.

Priority

There has recently been an increase in reported vehicle crimes across the Shirehampton area. In particular wing mirrors are being damaged or removed from parked vehicles during the evening and overnight. If you have suffered from such a crime in the last 2 months and have yet to report this to Police, please can you consider reporting via 101 or on line reporting. Details can be found on this page. If you have any information that could assist in the investigation and help to identify the offenders please Contact the Police or your local Beat Manager, PC Amanda Patterson.
This has now be raised as a beat priority as per the PACT meeting held in June.

Priority

Anti-Social Behaviour seems to rise in the park area's as the nicer, warmer weather arrives. Street drinking and noise related issues cause a nuisance tot eh local residents.

A group of youths are congregating in an abandoned vehicle in Evelyn Lane - high viz patrols in this area until vehicle is removed.

It as been agreed that there will be a partnership approach with the Police to tackle this issue for the next 3 months.

Action taken

PCSO PERRY is holding beat surgeries in the park once a month to engage with those causing ASB in this location and to engage with members of the community.

Actioned 24 August, 2017

Priority

At the PACT meeting held in Shirehampton the residents discussed local anti-social behaviour issues relating Shirehampton. It has been agreed that for the next 3 months the beat team will carry out high visible patrols in this, and, the surrounding areas to reduce youths congregating and causing ASB and committing offences.
This will be reviewed at the next meeting and will be monitored by the number of calls and residents feedback.

Action taken

Evening patrols conducted by PCSO PERRY around hotspot locations in Shire, alcohol seized from youths in St Mary's Park - parents spoken with and letters home re unacceptable behaviour.

Actioned 25 August, 2017

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