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PCSO 7578 Theodore Connolly
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17 Sep 2018
South bank: Northern Lincolnshire teams are taking to Twitter

You’ve already joined us out #OnTheBeat in the East Riding – and now we’re offering you the chance to spend some time with our neighbourhood teams on the south bank.

This week teams from Grimsby, Scunthorpe and rural North Lincolnshire will be taking to Twitter to give live updates about their shifts as they head out across the area to serve our communities.

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There are plenty of opportunities for you to meet your local officers and talk to them about problems you're worried about. You can pop along to Police Surgeries, which are informal drop-in sessions at well visited places in the community. It's a chance to meet your local officers, tell them about crime and antisocial behaviour in your area and get crime prevention advice.

You can also have a say in what your local police and other agencies focus on in your area at Priority Setting Meetings. Any member of the community can go along and talk to local officers and PCSO's, council workers and people from Fire and Rescue about issues you face. What you say at these meetings will help the policing teams decide how they should focus their resources in your area. If you think we're getting it right or wrong at the moment, come along and have your say.

Priorities

Last Updated 1 Feb 2018

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18 Feb 2017

Patrick Street Subway – Reports of nuisance legal and illegal motorbikes using the pedestrianised subway access and using the grass in front of the houses on Highfield Avenue Grimsby

Update 07/02/17 – we have dealt with a number of riders in the area by way of dealing with them for Road Traffic Offences under the Road Traffic Act 1969 and utilising the Section 59 warning under the Police Reform Act 2002. 

Update 17/04/17 -  we are continuing to deal with reports from members of the public and residents in the area to deal with riders and motorcycles that are committing Road Traffic Offences and causing Anti-Social Behaviour in the area.  

Update 20/08/17 - we are still dealing with riders of motorbikes in this area by those that are identified during our high visibility patrols in the area and reports from members of the public and residents. 

Update 01/02/18 - we have since had the go ahead to be able to erect metal barriers at the Patrick Street subway on Highfield Avenue and Peaksfield Avenue to help prevent/reduce the number of motor bikes that use this a shortcut. The area has also been tided up and painted. 

28 Feb 2017

Ainslie Recreation Ground – Reports of nuisance legal and illegal motorbikes in and around Ainslie Rec, Wintringham Road and Old Mill Court.

Update 07/02/17 – through high visibility patrols and support from local residents in the area we have dealt with a number of riders by way of S165 under the Road Traffic Act 1969 for driving with no insurance. We have also dealt with other riders by way of a Section 59 Warning under the Police Reform Act 2002. 

Update 17/04/17 - we are continuing to deal with reports from members of the public relating to the nuisance being caused in and around the Recreational Ground. We are also working closely with residents in the area. 

Update 20/08/17 - we are still dealing with riders of motorbikes in this area by those that are identified during our high visibility patrols in the area and reports from members of the public and residents. 

Update 01/02/18 - there have been no calls to the Police in relation to the Rec Ground being used by motorbikes. This area is still being monitored by Police and offender/s are being dealt with. 

38 Feb 2017

Peoples Park, Park Drive, Grimsby - Reports of large groups of people gathering and causing bother for the local visitors and residents.

Update 05/12/17 - regular patrols are being made in the area during the day and night. Persons within the park and being spoken too to deter any nuisance behaviour. Calls for service and reports are being attended and dealt with. Interventions have been put in place and used appropriately to maximise their efficiency. Meeting with local residents arranged to be able to deal with any issues with a Problem Solving Approach, working together and to achieve realistic outcomes suitable for all. 

Update 01/02/18 - a Crime Prevention Survey has been completed with the Council to offer changes they can make to ensure the Park is a safer and more enjoyable environment, by reducing ASB and preventing motorbikes using the area. A Neighbourhood Watch Group has also been set up with has helped build a much stronger community and making people safer.