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PS 0958 Malcolm Warriner - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PCSO 5378 Natasha Adkin - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PC 1760 Glenn Stokes - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PCSO 5994 Karl Stark - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved
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Malcolm Warriner
 PCSO 5378
Natasha Adkin
PC 1760
Glenn Stokes
  PCSO 5994
Karl Stark
       
 PCSO 5477 Dave Thompson - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved      
PCSO 5477
Dave Thompson
     

 

PACT (Partners and Communities Together) logoContact the Team

Contact West Christchurch Safer Neighbourhood Team and raise your issues >

Call us at Dorset Police on: 101

Please only use the number above for non-emergency calls. If a crime is in progress or life is in danger, please dial 999.

 

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Current PACT Priorities

You are telling us that the following issues are priorities in your area:

PRIORITY (Updated August 2014)

1 -  Promote Community Speed Watch - To work with our communities to set up Community Speed Watch. Anyone wishing to be involved should contact their local SNT.

Find out more about Community Speed Watch >

This Scheme offers members of the public the opportunity to carry out high-visibility speed checks in their local areas and provide to police details of vehicles which are exceeding those speed limits.  

Community Speed Watch Scheme - Hurn/St Catherines. This scheme in Hurn/St catherines is already setup with a good number of volunteers as the weather improves we're looking at booking more dates over the next few months.

2 - Promote and support Christchurch Homewatch 

Whilst crime remains low in the area we do from time to time have a dwelling burglary and thefts from vehicles seem to increase during the spring/summer period. Working with other groups like Homewatch we are trying to create and awareness of the current crimes and incidents in the area and offer crime prevention products available and offer advice to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of crime. 

3Theft From Unattended Motor Vehicle – Christchurch officers are working hard to prevent theft from motor vehicles. We are also educating people about crime prevention and reminding owners to secure their vehicles and remove all valuables.
4 - Graffiti – This is currently on going and will remain a PACT priority for now. Multi agency work is currently in process and the police will continue to patrol and target problem areas.

 

Report itFollow this link to tell us what issues are a priority in your area >

You said ... We didFollow this link to read about actions taken to tackle previous PACT priorities >

 

 

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Meet the Team

Meet the team and members of your PACT Panel to raise local issues at the following events.

DATE MEETING / EVENT LOCATION
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To find out more about the various forms of meetings your PACT Panel hold, please follow this link >

 

Related Content

Crime Report August 2014 (Hurn Parish Council) 250kb PDF >

Crime Report July 2014 (Hurn Parish Council) 240kb PDF >

Crime Report Sept  2013 (Hurn Parish Council) 172kb PDF  >

Crime Report Jan 2013 (Hurn Parish Council) 64kb PDF  >

Hurn Parish Council Plan (Links to http://www.dorsetforyou.com/media.jsp?mediaid=152603&filetype=pdf) 2.07MB PDF >

Safer Neighbourhood Team launched covering Bournemouth International Airport >

What is Safer Neighbourhoods? >

Dorset Retailers Reducing Crime - A crime awareness booklet  (1.42MB PDF) >

 

West Christchurch SNT Newsletters

North Christchurch SNT Newsletter July 2014 (40kb PDF) >

Portfield & Jumpers SNT Newsletter June 2014 (105kb PDF) >

North Christchurch SNT Newsletter April 2014 (90kb PDF) >

Portfield & Jumpers SNT Newsletter January 2014 (69kb PDF) >

 

Useful Websites

Community safety pages on Dorset For You >

Christchurch Homewatch >

The Neighbourhood and Home Watch website

Association of Dorset Watches >

Bournemouth International Airport website >

 

 

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