1.59 AM Friday 25 April 2014

Christchurch Town Centre Safer Neighbourhood Team

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Your local officers are:

PS 0958 Malcolm Warriner - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PCSO 5399 Tim Diggens - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PCSO 8960 Louise Michael - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PC 0477 Dave Williams - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved
PS 0958
Malcolm Warriner
PCSO 5399
Tim Diggens
PCSO 8960
Louise Michael
  PC 0477
Dave Williams

 

 

PACT (Partners and Communities Together) logoContact the Team

Contact Christchurch Town Centre 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 (April 2014)

1 - Graffiti (specifically targeting the area of the underpass and Christchurch High Street area)

Funding from the Community Safety Grant has enabled the purchase of three gaffiti removal kits and cleaning wipes. These kits will be used as part of a Restoritive Justice and Community Resolution scheme for offenders to clean up the local area of graffiti.

Along side this local Home watch Road contacts are being asked to identify areas in their roads that have been damaged by graffiti and the kits can be loaned out so that local residents can, if they wish, clean up the graffiti themselves. .

2 - Thefts from unattended motor vehicles.

ArrowRead more information about vehicle security in our Crime Prevention Portal

3 - On-going programme of Home Watch recruitment - Kings Avenue.

Continuing our ongoing programme of Home Watch Street Contact recruitment, in particular targeting the area to the west of Stour Road, including Kings Avenue and Douglas Avenue.

This campaign so far has lead to an increase in road contacts from 55 to 490 individual Home Watch members. On going campaign, the objective to recruit at least one road contact in every road in the Christchurch Town Centre.

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

 

 

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Christchurch Home Watch posterMeet the Team

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

The SNT invites you to attend our Street Corner Meetings to find ot more about joining of forming a Home Watch Group. Download leaflet 1.8MB PDF >

DATE MEETING / EVENT LOCATION
29th of every month, 10am - 12 noon (Not in Feb 2014) Cops N Shops Waitrose Foyer, Bargates, Christchurch
     
29 April 2014, 10am - 12 noon Cops N Shops Waitrose Foyer, Bargates, Christchurch
29 May 2014, 10am - 12 noon Cops N Shops Waitrose Foyer, Bargates, Christchurch
29 June 2014, 10am - 12 noon Cops N Shops Waitrose Foyer, Bargates, Christchurch

 

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Related Content

Who's peeking at your purse? (2.7MB PDF) >

April Christchurch Town Centre community clear-up event a success (216kb PDF) >

What is Safer Neighbourhoods? >

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

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

 

Newsletters

Christchurch Town Centre SNT Newsletter - April 2014 (339kb PDF) >

Christchurch Town Centre SNT Newsletter - January 2014 (66kb PDF) >

Christchurch Town Centre SNT Newsletter - October 2013 (172kb PDF) >

Christchurch Town Centre SNT Newsletter - July 2013 (132kb PDF) >

Christchurch Town Centre SNT Newsletter - February 2013 (96kb PDF) >

 

Useful Websites

Community safety pages on Dorset For You >

Christchurch Homewatch >

The Neighbourhood and Home Watch website

Association of Dorset Watches >

 

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