Local policing priorities for Batchley and Central

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

Priority

1. Having to report road rage incidents online rather than via 101

2. Parking at St Luke's First School

3. Group of drinkers by Euro Supermarket and Summer Street

4. Motorbikes racing up Union street from Honeychurch close

 

Issued 14 November, 2017

Action taken

1. Having to report road rage incidents online rather than via 101 - There are numerous ways of reporting incidents, but in relation to dangerous driving it is recommended to report online. Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police receive around 25 calls every day from people reporting bad driving. Often the information given to police by witnesses or victims is not enough to prosecute the offender. Further information can be found at -

https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/5982/Allegation-of-Bad-Driving

2. Parking at St Luke's First School - Redditch SNT's do not regularly conduct parking patrols around schools, but will deal with any anti-social behaviour that is caused by parking issues or any other incidents outside of the schools. Parking on double yellow lines and zig-zags can be enforced by Wychavon District Council.

3. Group of drinkers by Euro Supermarket and Summer Street - SNT have been patrolling the area and any drinkers have been moved on.

4. Motorbikes racing up Union street from Honeychurch close - Patrols have been conducted in Honeychurch and the vehicle has not been seen as of yet, patrols are still being conducted. Residents are being encouraged to call 101 as and when the bike is causing an issue.

Priority

1. A shelter built in the Southcrest Woods

2. Beggars in the Town Centre

Issued 4 October, 2017

Action taken

1. A shelter built in the Southcrest Woods - Patrols have been conducted and a shelter was found. There are no signs of litter, alcohol or drugs misuse in or around the shelter. Batchley SNT will continue to patrol past the shelter and deal with offences should they arise. For the time being, there are no grounds to get the shelter/den removed.

2. Beggars in the Town Centre - Abbey SNT have been informed that the beggars were a concern that was brought up in PACT. They are working closely with the council to help eliminate the issue and patrols will continue. Members of the public are encouraged not to give money to the people who beg around the centre.

Priority

1. Drug related activity in the wooded area on Bromfield Road.

2. Smell of cannabis coming from Southcrest Woods.

3. Blue Suzuki bike driving inappropriately around the Millsborough Road area.

4. Speeding and anti social driving along Plymouth Road.

 

 

Issued 7 September, 2017

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