Local policing priorities for St Blazey & Tywardreath

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

Priority

Summer ASB patrols

Officers from the St Austell Neighbourhood Policing Team have been conducting high-vis patrols of green spaces in the rural areas of Fowey, Loswithiel and St Blazey and will be throughout the Summer period.

This is because these are areas where ASB often occur.

If you see us please come and say hello we are aways happy to stop and talk with members of community. Also if you have any concerns about ASB please let us know so we can work towards dealing with it.

We work closely with partner agencies including housing associations, Cornwall Council ASB Team and the Youth Offending Service.

Please report ASB promptly and use the following guide to report issues to the correct service.

ASB who's responsible

Police ResponsibilityCouncil Responsibility To report please use the online Crime reporting form or email 101 To report select a link above or visit the 'can they help' page on this site Police ResponsibilityCouncil Responsibility To report please use the online Crime reporting form or email 101 To report select a link above or visit the 'can they help' page on this site Begging Abandoned Vehicles Dealing/taking of drugs & drinking alcohol in the street Dead Animals Gangs and youths drinking in parks Dog Fouling Harassment or intimidation Fly Posting Hoax call to emergency services Littering Fly Tipping Waste on Land Misuse of Fireworks Lost or stray dogs Prostitution and indecent behaviour Noise Nuisance / Noise from DIY Vandalism or graffiti Syringes or needles

Emergency 999

Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if the crime is happening right now.

Deaf/hard of hearing and speech impaired

18000 Emergency – Minicom / Textphone number 999 Emergency - SMS / Text number To register your mobile for the Emergency Text 999 service please follow this link: emergency SMS.

 

Issued 9 June, 2019

Priority

Vehicle crime

We are investigating a number of crimes where members of the community have reported that items have been stolen from their vehicles.

Please ensure that no valuables are left on show in your vehicle and that it's locked and secured at all times.

If you see anything suspicious please contact us immediately.

Hi-visibility patrols are being conducted in the areas where these crimes have taken place.

 

Issued 1 May, 2019

Action taken

Update: 09 June 2019 - The ongoing work

Officers have been conducting patrols in the areas where we have had reports of thefts from motor vehicles taking place.

As a result of this when a member of the public called to report they had disturbed a person taking items from their vehicle we were quickly on scene.

A person of interest was located and has been arrested for the offence of theft from a motor vehicle. At this time this person is currently awaiting a court appearance after being charged with theft offences.

However we would still like to remind the Community to ensure that your vehicle is left locked at all times. Also that all valuables are removed to prevent your vehicle becoming a possible target.

Actioned 9 June, 2019

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