Local policing priorities for Seaton Rural

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

Priority

Youth Related Anti-Social Behaviour

The local Neighbourhood Police Team has received reports of anti-social behaviour in and around the local area, including our public parks and gardens.

If you witness any incidents of anti-social behaviour, and it is a police matter please contact us by calling 101 or completing the 101 contact form.

Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger

Issued 16 August, 2018

Action taken

Update: 23 September 2018 - So far we have:

We have been carrying out regular patrols in the area to monitor the situation and taken action where appropriate.

Actioned 23 September, 2018

Priority

Rural Crime – Theft from Motor Vehicles

The local Neighbourhood Police Team has received reports of a number of vehicles being broken into whilst parked in local beauty spot car parks.

If you witness any suspicious activity in the area then please contact the Police by calling 101 or completing the 101 contact form. Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger.

Please follow the below link for crime prevention advice regarding rural crime:

https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice/your-community/stop-rural-crime/

 

Issued 2 May, 2018

Action taken

Update: 23 September 2018 - So far we have:

The local Neighbourhood Beat Team have been liaising with other sections of Devon and Cornwall Police, as well as other Police Forces, in order to combat Rural Car Crime.

We have been carrying out regular patrols of the car parks in our local beauty spots, checking that valuables have not been left in vehicles and offering advice to members of the public. We will continue to carry out these patrols.

Actioned 23 September, 2018

Priority

Youth Drugs Culture

The local Neighbourhood Police Team has received reports of youths using drugs in and around the local area.

If you witness any drug activity in the area then please contact the Police by calling 101 or completing the 101 contact form. Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger.

Issued 2 May, 2018

Action taken

Update: 23 September 2018 - So far we have:

We have carried out regular patrols to monitor the situation and taken action where appropriate. We are also working closely with partner agencies, sharing information and acting together to combat this issue.

Actioned 23 September, 2018

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