Local policing priorities for Kington and Weobley Southside

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

Priority

Vehicles in the village driving in an anti-social manner.

Issued 11 July, 2018

Action taken

SNT will be actively patrolling the areas at during the early to late evening, offending vehicles/drivers will be dealt with for the relevant offences. *Update 2nd Oct* SNT continue to monitor the raised concerns in Weobley/Kington/Shobdon. Several vehicles have been pulled over and given advice for the manner of driving, whilst having documents checked. One driver has been issued with section 59 paperwork. One driver has had his vehicle seized for licence/tax offences.

Actioned 11 November, 2018

Priority

Parking on double yellow lines in the High Street, obstructing other traffic.

Issued 11 July, 2018

Action taken

SNT have involved a number partner agencies, the yellow lines have been refreshed, traffic wardens have been actively patrolling solo and with police. All shops have received written notices regarding police activity and social media has also been utilised. SNT will continue to monitor *Update 2nd Oct* SNT have undertaken joint patrols with Civil Enforcement Officers. In excess of 12 tickets have been issued during joint patrols. CEO continue to patrol without police most weeks.

Actioned 11 November, 2018

Priority

Residents have raised concerns with parish councils and face to face with the SNT of speeding vehicles within villages and towns across the area, The public have therefore raised 'speeding' as their highest concern at the following locations - Kington, Weobley, Monkland, Lyonshall, Shobdon, Eardisley, and Winforton.

Issued 10 July, 2018

Action taken

SNT officers are carrying out speed checks across all areas, as well as enforcing the speed limits by way of reporting offenders for the offence. *Update 2nd Oct* .SNT have conducted many speed enforcement sessions across ALL towns and villages within the policing area, To date 8 people have been reported for speeding offences and advice passed to many more.

Actioned 7 November, 2018

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