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Weekly Round Up Bilston NHT Team

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I am Inspector Squires, new to West Midlands Police and over the course of our last set have had the privilege of working with Bilston Neighbourhood Team, getting to know what matters to you, and what we are doing to look after our community.
What better way, than to ask the officers what they are most proud of this week?

St Griffith who leads the team said “I spent Saturday night tackling illegal gatherings across the West Midlands, including a number of locations in Wolverhampton. This was in response to community concerns about large gatherings of people.
We travelled far and wide from Winson Green to Streetly, engaging and dispersing which hopefully led to a lot more residents getting some peace and quiet and a good night’s sleep!”

PCSO Lewis, aka “Kenny” as he is known in town, received CCTV footage of a theft from a woman’s handbag and was able to identify the suspects whilst on foot patrol leading to a prosecution.
A clear message that we will not tolerate pick pockets.
Keep your handbags securely fastened all.

PC Harmon supported a bereaved family at the scene of a tragic cardiac arrest.
He was pleased that he could be there to offer some support and organise things so that the family didn’t have to at such a difficult time. You can’t teach compassion!

PCSO Chandler said “I was really glad that I helped the man who need mental health support in the town. He was really ill and I think we managed to get him the help he needed. I hope he’s doing better now”
Do you know someone suffering with their mental health? Don’t be afraid to speak out.

PCSO Jones did some fantastic work, collating CCTV and piecing together the events surrounding an assault on a group of friends.
Travel together, tell someone where you are going and be safe out there.

PCSO Pressdee was able to develop some intelligence, identifying an unlicensed driver and ensuring a small child is no longer at risk travelling in a vehicle with someone not suitably qualified.
Another dangerous vehicle off the road and a small child safeguarded.

PCSO Jackson has received some excellent feedback about the bike registration events that he has been running in the town having recorded almost 50 bikes.
These are free events so come along to our next one and register your bike if you haven’t already!

PC Miller returned from his holidays with cake but soon found himself out in the community ensuring the welfare of a small child following reports from a concerned neighbour – perhaps he can have the cake on his rest days instead.

PCSO Nixon has begun laying the groundwork for a traffic operation next week in response to residents’ concerns about speeding vehicles. Speed cost lives and it’s not something we take lightly on our patch.
Watch this space for updates on this next week.

From all of us at Bilston NHT Team,
Stay safe, keep in touch and good night!

 
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David Jones (Police,PCSO,Wolverhampton, Bilston)

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