February Newsletter

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Daresbury local Policing Unit (Moore, Sandymoor, Preston Brook, Daresbury, Windmill Hill)

February 2019

Firstly, there is a new PCSO taking over from the 18th of March, his name is David Fallows. David is a brand new PCSO and brings a wide range of skills with him, he is very approachable so be sure to stop him and say hello.

Off road bikes
Over the past month we have had a handful of incidents of off road bikes around Oxmoor Nature Reserve near to Moss Lane and Phoenix Park. At this time we have not been able to identify the riders, however, we have a number of bikes seized/recovered around Halton. Patrols will continue in and around the hotspots to deal with these issues. Please keep the information coming in regarding these incidents of off road bikes it does help us catch the offenders.
Op Scrambler, which is aimed at tackling off road bikes, is still ongoing.
Anti-Social Behaviour
Update regarding last month’s ASB incidents outside the CO-OP Windmill Hill: We have identified the culprits and they have been dealt with accordingly. Following this there were NO ASB issues in this area last month.
We have received reports from residents regarding youths hanging around in the subway area again, near to Rudheath Lane. We will continue to monitor this area and deal with anything we come across.
Please continue to report any Anti-Social Behaviour via 101.
Roads Policing
Officers have been out with the TruCam (Speed Camera) in the areas of Northwich Road and Runcorn Road this month with a number of drivers not adhering to the 30 mph speed limit. (it’s 30 for a reason).
Schools in the area will continue to be regularly visited by the local PCSO to assist with parking issues etc.
Suspicious Activity
There have been several incidents of suspicious activity over the past month with Hawkers (door to door salespersons) in the Sandymoor area. Since these reports we have been patrolling the area on regular basis and not come across any individuals. We will continue to patrol and challenge anyone who we deem suspicious.
CCTV has picked up 2 unknown individuals on the grounds of Norton Priory Museum. This has resulted in items being taken from an external storage shed. Since this incident we have been patrolling the area on a regular basis to keep an eye on the museum grounds.
Also, 2 males were arrested, last month, on Sandymoor after reports of shed and garage breaks.
Please continue to report anything you deem as suspicious or out of place via 101.
If you have any information regarding drug activity in your area please call Cheshire Police via 101 or alternatively, Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111. You can also make contact with your local beat manager or PCSO via email or private message on our Social Media Sites.
Weekly surgeries will be held in various times and locations. Please come and discuss any Policing issues with us, or alternatively, if you just want to have a chat with your local officer.
Sandymoor High School (Community Entrance) Surgery – Wednesday 13th March at 18:00 – 19:00
Priory View Community Centre Surgery – Thursday 21st March at 15:30 – 16:30
Daresbury Village Hall Surgery - Wednesday 20th February at 18:30 – 19:30
Windmill Hill Children’s Centre Surgery – Wednesday 27th March at 13:30 – 14:30
Parish Council Meetings will be attended, when we are available, to discuss any Policing issues.
For regular updates follow us on Daresbury and Windmill Hill Police Facebook and Twitter Pages 
Twitter: @DburyWHillPol
Facebook: Facebook.com/DburyWHillPol
Message sent by
Scott Walker (Police, PCSO, Runcorn LPU East PCSO)

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