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Weekly Elected Members Update

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Weekly Elected Members Update
Doncaster Central
Date: 13th September 2019.
General Update Insp Payling

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new Neighbourhood Inspector for the Doncaster Central and South neighbourhoods. I have now replaced Inspector Lancaster and have moved from the East area where I worked for three years. I am now looking forward to working with local ward members and partners to address the challenging issues you have identified. I would also like to inform you that I am now taking steps to train our neighbourhood police officers in speed gun enforcement, which will enable them to support our PCSOs when they do speed awareness operations and provide an enforcement element to our work through the issuing of speeding tickets.


Please find below update for activity in the Central area since the 1st September 2019.

Below is a chart of Anti-social behaviour across central for the last two weeks broken down into number of incidents reported per area per week. This only shows the total of calls not the nature of the calls.




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Team Updates
Balby and Hexthorpe ( AA1 and AA2)
YOU SAID

Our current priorities for Balby and Hexthorpe are drugs, vehicle nuisance, burglary, nuisance youths and improving police visibility


WE DID

Speed gun operation completed on Springwell Lane, Balby. 55 vehicles checked. 8 found to be speeding. Letters to be sent out.

A cannabis cultivation was found on Ellerker Ave. Approx. 100 plants removed and one male detained.

A warrant was executed on Crimpsall Road. A large amount of drug paraphernalia was found and a number of weapons seized.

All crime hot-spot areas patrolled in Balby.

Numerous smart water visits have also been completed in the Balby and Hexthorpe areas. Please contact us by email to make an appointment at DoncasterShield@southyorks.pnn.police.uk.

WHAT NEXT

We will continue high visibility patrols in the area to prevent and detect crime and to discourage ASB.
Plain-clothes patrols to maximise opportunities for stop and search of suspicious individuals involved in crime.
We are committed to carrying out more speeding and parking patrols particularly around the local schools.
The main issues reported for the area is around nuisance youths and nuisance vehicles, we will continue to work closely with the off road bike team as well as conducting more foot patrols in the area in order to tackle ASB in the area.

Engagement opportunity to meet the local officers at following locations:

Drop in at the Junction, Hexthorpe, 10:30—11:30 on Wednesday 18th
September 2019
Community drop-in at Asda, Balby on 19th September 2019 at 5pm
Wednesday 18th September, PACT meeting at St Jude’s Church Hall, 2pm


Wheatley/Intake A3
YOU SAID

Priorities are Burglary, Drugs, Nuisance vehicles, ASB, Improving police visibility

WE DID

A vehicle was seized for no insurance on Thorne Road.

Admin 171 issued on Thorne Road for anti-social driving offences.

Police Officers conducted evening prostitution patrols on Thorne Road and surrounding streets.

Visit made to Sandringham Primary school.

Smartwater continues to be rolled out in the area to protect people’s property from the risk of burglary. Please contact us by email to make an appointment at DoncasterShield@southyorks.pnn.police.uk.

Below is a chart showing crimes reported across Wheatley/Intake for the last two weeks broken down into areas. This only shows the total of calls not the nature of the calls.

WHAT NEXT

We will continue with patrols in the hot spot areas and will be carrying out parking patrols and speed operations in the areas highlighted as areas of concern to us by the public as this continues to be the majority of the calls we receive along with the anti-social use of off road motorcycles.

Engagement opportunity to meet the local officers at following locations:

Community stand at Tescos, Adlard Road, 5pm, Thursday 19th September
Community drop-in at Unity flats, 1:30pm Beckett Road,
Wednesday 25th September 2019


Town and Hyde Park (AA4)
YOU SAID

Priorities continue to be rough sleeping / begging and drugs issues, violent crime, nuisance youths improving visibility

WE DID

Three arrests made in the town centre, one male dispersed from the area and two moved for begging offences. Nine ASB incidents reported in the town centre.

Multi-agency partnership meeting attended at the Wool Market.

A wanted male and an illegal immigrant arrested on St James Street.


WHAT NEXT

Patrols will continue and we will maximise ethical opportunities for using our stop and search powers to target the drugs issues in the area. Additional patrols in place on an evening to tackle the rise in commercial burglary although we have had significant arrests in recent weeks and the series appears to be drastically reducing.

Engagement opportunity to meet the local officers at following locations:

PACT meeting at 2pm on Thursday 26th September at Clark Avenue Community Centre


Lakeside/ Cantley / Bessacarr/ ( AA5)
YOU SAID

Nuisance youths, Improved police visibility, burglary, drugs, nuisance vehicles

WE DID

A speed gun operation was carried out on Green Boulevard. 60 vehicles checked and none found speeding.

ASB patrols completed in the area around Levet Road and St Wilfred’s Road.

One vehicle seized for no insurance at Lakeside.

Patrols of Lakeside area made and three parking tickets issued.

Six Smartwater visits completed in the Lakeside area.

Smartwater continues to be rolled out in the Lakeside area to protect people’s property from risk of burglary. Please contact us by email to make an appointment at DoncasterShield@southyorks.pnn.police.uk.

WHAT NEXT

Recent concerns raised with us revolve around parking and speeding, we will continue with speed operation in the area over the next weeks and ensure there is attention around the schools to combat dangerous/inconsiderate parking. With the increase in youth nuisance there will be enhanced patrols on an evening.


Engagement opportunity to meet the local officers at following locations:

Saturday 21st September 3pm – 5pm – Community stand at Lakeside shopping Outlet

Branton/Blaxton/Auckley/Finningley ( AA6)
YOU SAID

Nuisance vehicles, improved police visibility , drugs, nuisance youths, burglary

WE DID

Large group of youths engaged with and made to pick up litter.

CAP meeting attended in Finningley.


WHAT NEXT

Patrols will continue in the hot spot areas. Work continues around burglary with high vis patrols in all areas.

Engagement opportunities to meet local officers at below locations:

Drop-in at:

Finningley—Village Hall drop-in on Tuesday 17th September at 3 to 3:40pm
Auckley—The Zone—drop-in on Friday 20th September at 2:30—3:30pm

Rossington and Bawtry (AA7)
YOU SAID

Nuisance vehicles (including speeding /parking and anti-social use of vehicles ), nuisance youths, burglary, drugs, improved police visibility

WE DID

Uninsured driver arrested on King George’s Road.


Speed gun operation completed on Whiphill Top Lane. 110 vehicles monitored and none speeding.

High-vis ASB patrols made of Market Place and Beech Ave in response to reports of youths smoking drugs.

High visibility school parking patrols completed. One vehicle moved.



WHAT NEXT
Patrols of key areas to continue with school parking patrols and speeding operations planned in the next few weeks.


Engagement opportunities to meet local officers at below locations:

Thursday 26th September 2019 - Drop-in at Bawtry Library at 2-3pm

Tickhill/Wadworth/Braithwell/Micklebring/Loversall/Woodfield Plantation ( AA8)
YOU SAID

Nuisance vehicles, burglary, police visibility, anti-social behaviour, drugs

WE DID

High-vis ASB patrols made of hot-spot areas around Tickhill and Wadworth.

WHAT NEXT

Patrols of highlighted locations to continue.

Engagement opportunities to meet local officers at below locations:

Wednesday 18th September 2019 - Drop in at Tickhill Library 11-12pm.


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