We are urging cycle owners to make cycle security and registration their New Year’s resolution.
Bikes are always popular presents - from that memorable first bike to the latest top-spec machine for an enthusiastic amateur.
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.
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Pocklington town centre
We are to continue our high visibility patrols of the Pocklington town centre area to deter potential anti-social behaviour (ASB). These patrols include regular checks on peripheral areas at Pocklington Infants’ School, Maxwell Road (periodic reports of criminal damage and youths causing annoyance), All Saints Church (periodic reports of ASB on an evening), the Tennis Club (reports ASB) and town car parks (reports of low level ASB). Anyone caught engaging in anti-social behaviour will be dealt with under the FAIRWAY process jointly with East Riding of Yorkshire Council. It is unlikely that any discretion will be shown.
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Pocklington ASB and Vehicle nuisance
This initiative is aimed at reducing anti-social behaviour (ASB), particularly those whom cause annoyance with vehicles. Officers will show no discretion and will begin to issue S.59 notices to any vehicles used in a manner to cause alarm, distress or annoyance (Police reform Act 2002). If the behaviour continues the vehicle or any other vehicle being driven by the same driver already issued with a notice will be seized