Local policing priorities for St Blazey & Tywardreath

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

Priority

Anti Social Behaviour

Anti Social behaviour remains a priority throughout the area.

We continue to target specific areas such as the Burrows Centre, Fourways Youth Centre, Station Road in St Blazey and Par Running Track by providing high visibility patrols when able.

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

Please can residents report incidents of ASB

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 1 July, 2018

Action taken

Update: 11 September 2018 - The ongoing work

During the Summer period we have conducted proactive patrols of areas where ASB has been likely to take place. This enabled us to engage with the effected Communities and work with them to look at the issues.

This work is ongoing and we would like to ask for your continued assistance by ensuring any new ASB issues are reported to us.

Update: 11 September 2018 - The ongoing work

We have been conducting high-visibility patrols in the areas where ASB has been reported.

Plans are in place to do a joint patrol with Safer St Austell and Cornwall Council ASB issues to help educate the persons involved/causing problems.

During the Summer period we will continue to conduct high-visibility patrols when Officers are able.

Actioned 11 September, 2018

Priority

Identify and Protect Vulnerable People in the Community

With our partners and communities we look to identify vulnerable people in need and ensure that those who may be susceptible to becoming a victim, or even to committing crime or anti-social behaviour, are helped to protect themselves.

We continue to target those who may be taking advantage of vulnerable people within the community.

We work closely with other agencies to safeguard these individuals.

If you have concerns surrounding an individual please visit our website for more advice and who to contact https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/others-who-can-help/safeguarding-links/

Issued 3 June, 2018

Action taken

Update: 11 September 2018 - The ongoing work

At this time the Neighbourhood Officers at St Austell Police Station are currently working in partnership with our fellow agencies such as Social Services. To provide Safe Guarding and reassurance to a number of vulnerable persons within our local Community.

We would not be able to do this without your assistance as the information that these people were in need of help came from you.

Please continue to contact with any concerns you may have about persons within the Community. These concrns can be anything from you have not seen that person in a while to you have seen lots of people you have never seen before coming and going from their address.  

Update: 15 August 2018 - Ongoing work

We are continuing to work with our partner agencies in order to identify and safeguard members of our community. We would like to take opportunity to thank you all for your help so far, without your support this work would be a lot harder. Please continue to contact us with any concerns you have about any vulnerable persons.

Update: 15 August 2018 - The ongoing work

We would like to thank the community for your help in assisting us to identify persons in need of help.

Our Neighbourhood Policing Team are currently very busy working in partnership with other agencies to safeguard vulnerable persons in our Community.  We would not have been able to do this without your help. Please continue to contact us with any concerns you have.

https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/others-who-can-help/safeguarding-links/

Actioned 11 September, 2018

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