Local policing priorities for Unstone and Rural

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

Priority

Acquisitive crime- vehicle crime, burglaries and prolific shoplifting

Issued 28 July, 2017

Action taken

# Working smart with the tools and technology we have available along side community intelligence, we look to help apprehend offenders to reduce this area of crime.

Actioned 28 July, 2017

Priority

Drug production and drug dealing

Issued 28 July, 2017

Action taken

# Often the cause of anti-social behaviour around a particular area, by targeting those dealing drugs we aim to disrupt the problems related to these.

Actioned 28 July, 2017

Priority

Safeguarding vulnerable members of the community

Issued 28 July, 2017

Action taken

# We are working closely with multi-agency teams around wider aspects of policing, with a particular focus on helping those most vulnerable in our community and reducing their risk of becoming victims of crime.

Actioned 28 July, 2017

Priority

Anti-social behaviour- youngsters causing a nuisance and neighbour disputes

Issued 28 July, 2017

Action taken

# Help to facilitate communication between parties involved in long standing neighbour disputes.
# With help from North East Derbyshire District Council's anti-social behaviour team, target repeat offenders and obtain Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBOs) where appropriate.

Actioned 28 July, 2017

Priority

Nuisance motorbikes

Issued 28 July, 2017

Action taken

# This is a seasonal issue which causes a lot of concern for residents.
# We are working with local councils and authorities to target harden hotspot areas.
# We are working with the community to encourage reporting, and naming and shaming those who cause these issues.

Actioned 28 July, 2017

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