Updates - Crosby
As we continue with Operation Yellowfin, today petrol stations in the local ward area were visited and given advice regards selling fuel to Under 1's and also ensuring that if containers are used that they are of the correct standard.
Sheffield Park Avenue have been having issues with speeding lotorists in the area, late at night. There is a problem exploration being carried out with local residents. One driver has already been warned about his manor of driving and once feedback has been recived there will be more to come.
Tensions have been high in several communities of the East Timorese residents on the ward. Engagement has been carried out, in company with the Community Cohesion Officer, with several families of the East Timor Community. There has been an increase of patrols in the problem areas, being to and from their places of work. Letters have been handed out to the East Timor Community advising them of these issues and how we can assist.
Social Media continues to be used and is well received, together with our business usual media posts, which have been very active and has resulted in a positive interaction and feedback from our users.
There has been some days of action, however on the majority of days we have been supporting Operation Cameron in respect of Covid-19 restrictions. There has been several large gatherings that have been dispersed and educated on the restrictions.
Issues regards Mirfield Park have dropped off due to the parks being closed as part of the Covid-19 restrictions.
Within the schools, although running on a skeleton staff and pupils, we have still attended some and given reassurance visits.
There are several addresses that we continue to gather information on with a view of possible investigations and closure orders. of these addresses Operation Galaxy have executed warrants and a couple of other addresses have been successful in obtaining closure notices. We continue to look for other addresses causing issues in which Operation Galaxy can leave their calling card.
The issues raised regards the social distancing by different Communities working at Two Sisters, has reduced considerably. Contact was made with HR within the company for them to advise their staff regarding distancing in general, especially when travelling to and from work. The team have subsequently, attended, with the cohesion officer and reminded staff of the restrictions by providing a letter in their own language.
As we continue to deal with nuisance motorcycles, one was seized from an address on the Crosby area after being seen by officers riding about on footpaths # OPYellowfin
A further address on Diana Street had been causing issues in the local commuity and again the local policing team have gathered information and intelligence concerning this address and been successful in obtaining a closure notice by the courts.
An address on Diana Street that was causing a lot of ASB in the area has had a closure order submitted.
- Problem residents known for drug dealing have now been removed from property on Sheffield St through partnership working between local policing team and the Landlord.
- Also High Viz patrols are continuing regarding Anti Social Behaiviour in and around Robinson Close/Theodore Rd area.
- 2 x motorbikes have been seized under section 59 powers. One from Crosby Ave & one Dewsbury Ave # OPYellowfin. Please let us know on 101 if you can give us any information regarding nuisance motorcycles.
We have been working together with Ongo in relation to drug dealing at an address on Berkeley St. This has since resulted in the tenant being evicted
We are currently running Op Atol in response to calls for service of anti social behaviour around Robinson Close/Theodore Road area. So far 8 offending youths have been identified and all have been visited in their homes and issued warning letters.