FEBRUARY 2013 CRIME UPDATE

14th February 2013 staplefordcommunitygroup Police Alerts, Update & Messages. 0 Comments

During January 2013 a total of 6 crimes were reported to the Police for the
Trowell beat.

The Crimes that were reported during January 2013 are as
follows:

burglary other – 1
Drug offences – 1
Fraud – 3
Robbery – 1

During January 2013 a total of 21 crimes were reported to the Police for the
Stapleford South West Beat.

The crimes that were reported during January
2013 are as follows:

Burglary Other – 1
Criminal Damage – 5
Drug offences – 2
Fraud – 1
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 3
Theft – 6
Theft of Motor vehicle – 1
Violence against person – 2

During January 2013 a total of 17 crimes were reported to the Police for the
Stapleford South East beat.

The crimes that were reported during January
2013 are as follows:

Burglary Dwelling – 1
Burglary other – 1
Criminal damage – 6
Drugs – 1
fraud – 1
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 3
Theft – 2
Violence against a person – 2

During January 2013 a total of 18 crimes were reported to the Police for the
Stapleford North beat.

The crimes that were reported during January 2013
are as follows:

Burglary dwelling – 1
Criminal damage – 7
Sexual offences – 2
Theft from Motor Vehicle – 1
Theft – 3
Violence against a person – 4

During January 2013 a total of 23 crimes were reported to the Police for the
Bramcote beat.

The crimes that were reported during January 2013 are as
follows:

Burglary dwelling – 6
Burglary other – 3
Drug offences – 2
Theft from motor vehicle – 6
Theft – 4
Theft of motor vehicle – 1
Violence against a person – 1

The 3 main priorities for the
Stapleford Cluster at this time are

Vehicle nuisance
Burglary
Anti social behaviour

Just a little update regarding the priorities:

Anti Social Behaviour
You said: that ASB was an issue in the area with groups of youths on Hickings Lane Park

We did: we have been patrolling the park area and talking with the groups of young people and pro actively dealing with any Anti Social Behaviour or crime that has been reported
to us. From this we have worked in partnership with the council and one local
male has been issued with an Acceptable Behaviour Contract.

Vehicle  nuisance

You said: that there are still vehicles speeding on the local roads
and that parking is an issue in locations around Stapleford and Bramcote.

We did: we have and are still having speed checks on various roads in the area,
drivers are being issued with both warnings and fixed penalty notices.
Double yellow lines have been painted on Cliffe Hill Avenue at the junction with
Windsor Street to prevent the issues with parking cars occurring.

Burglary
You said: that burglary concerns all house holders living in the area.

We did: we have increased ongoing patrols targeting persons believed to be involved, we have issued local residents in Stapleford with shed alarms given to us by the Stapleford Town Council to try to combat this issue. Burglary victims have been revisited and areas target hardened with letters.

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