Neighbourhood priorities

Neighbourhood Priorities

The following Neighbourhood priorities relate to your area:

1. August 2018: Anti-Social behviour in and around Richardson Dees Park Wallsend.

 

  1.      August 2018: Anti-Social behaviour in and around Richardson Dees Park Wallsend.

 “What you told us”

There has been an increase in anti-social behaviour in and around Richardson Dees Park

 “What we are doing about it”

A new team of Community Support Officers have been deployed to the area to engage with the community and patrol at key times.

Neighbourhood teams have re-contacted victims to obtain descriptions of the youths committing anti-social behaviour. 

North Tyneside Council Safer Estates Team and the Neighbourhood Policing Team visited the home addresses of those who have been involved in anti-social behaviour.

Neighbourhood Officers have taken details of anyone causing anti-social behaviour and where appropriate will take tenancy enforcement action in conjunction with housing providers.

Neighbourhood Officers will be using new dispersal powers which enable them to ban an individual from the area for up to 48 hours.

Joint patrols have been conducted with our partners from North Tyneside Council and we have involved staff from local schools to join us in our patrols.

 “Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening. Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings, and street walkabouts. 


 

 

2. August 2018: Anti - social behaviour around Wallsend town centre.

2. August 2018: Anti-social behaviour around Wallsend town centre.

What you told us”

There is a problem with anti-social behaviour around Wallsend town centre. 

“What we are doing about it”

Operation RADIX has been created to support local residents in developing a community group.

This will enable the local community to have a greater voice and involvement in local issues and will further improve relationships with police and partners.

This is further supported by a Neighbourhood Watch Pilot in the town which will see the first public meeting in August.

A new team of Community Support Officers have been deployed into the town centre and have been engaging with local residents and businesses to offer reassurance and are patrolling identified problem areas at key times.

Officers have taken details of anyone causing anti-social behaviour and where appropriate will take tenancy enforcement action in conjunction with housing providers.

Neighbourhood Officers will be using new dispersal powers which enabled them to ban individuals from the area. 

Neighbourhood Officers and North Tyneside Council Officers have visited the home addresses of those who were involved in anti-social behaviour. 

 “Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening.

Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings and street walkabouts.

3. August 2018: Issues with motorcycle disorder riding on public land including footpaths and bridleways.

3. August 2018: Issues with motorcycle disorder riding on public land including footpaths and bridleways.

“What you told us” 

There has been an increase in motorcycle disorder in the summer months

“What we are doing about it”

Police visibility has been increased in the area at key times. 

Police and Police Community Support Officers are conducting extra patrols. 

Positive action is being taken when dealing with incidents reported by members of the public. 

Where offenders are identified they will be warned and where appropriate vehicles will be seized.

“Keeping you informed”

The Neighbourhood Police Team is holding a number of engagement events and drop-ins throughout this month.

We will conduct high visibility patrols in the area and positive action will be taken against offenders.