11.55 PM Sunday 21 December 2014

Swanage Safer Neighbourhood Team

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PS 1174 Jane Mooney - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PC 2718 Kyle Hickman - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PCSO 5393 Tara Ferrari - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved PCSO 5402 Iain Leslie - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved
PS 1174
Jane Mooney
PC 2718
Kyle Hickman
PCSO 5393
Tara Ferrari
 
PCSO 5402
Iain Leslie
       
 PCSO 5485 Chris Rosenberg - © Dorset Police All Rights Reserved      
PCSO 5485
Chris Rosenberg
 
     

 

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Contact the Team

Contact the Swanage 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 November 2014)

1. Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is still causing an issue in Swanage with most cases being in the town centre. Although levels of ASB are still very low compared to other places the team in Swanage are working very hard, along with their response colleagues to reduce the number of incidents and are targeting those areas most affected. The team have been working with the local authority to gain behaviour contracts on individuals causing ASB. In recent months the team have confiscated alcohol from young people and sent letters to parents of those involved in anti-social behaviour.
The team will continue to target those individuals causing ASB and will continue to patrol the areas most affected. There have been no incidents of ASB in the rural areas outside Swanage.

2. Speeding

Speeding has been identified as an issue in Swanage with Northbrook Road and Ulwell Road being mentioned as a particular issue.
The team have already conducted speed checks on these roads and will continue to do so especially now that Northbrook Road has the new school. The team will be keen to ensure those using Northbrook Rd adhere to the limit and do not put the lives of the children at risk. The team are also liaising with Dorset Highways in order to reduce the speed limit outside the new school from a national speed limit zone to a 30mph limit.

 

Purbeck has seen a general increase in thefts from motor vehicles and burglaries to garages and sheds.  The levels however remain extremely low and Purbeck remains a safe area to reside.

Please help us to help you, and take time to look at the Dorset Police crime prevention portal. Here you can find information and posters around general crime reduction, and vehicle crime.

A “No valuables left in here” leaflet can be downloaded and printed by following this link (140kb PDF) >

 

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
20 December 2014 Christmas Crime Prevention Event - Father Christmas arrives in Corfe Corfe Castle Square (126kb PDF) >
13 January 2015, 11am - 12noon Public Meeting The Police Bay, Station Road, Swanage
10 February 2015, 11am - 12noon Public Meeting The Police Bay, Station Road, Swanage

 

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

 

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Dorset Alert

Join Dorset Alert – free messaging system

Would you like to be kept up-to-date with all the latest information including crimes, suspicious incidents and good news stories in your local area? It used to be call Ringmaster, but our community messaging system has now changed to a new system called Dorset Alert. It is a free service which provides access to messaging and information reporting facilities. By signing up, you can also join the various Watch schemes that are run in the county. If you are involved with Neighbourhood or Home Watch, you can also access free scheme management tools.

What do you get?

  • A totally free service, no incoming text or phone charges.
  • Information about crime trends, incidents and requests for info by email.
  • Start, manage or request to join a Neighbourhood/Home Watch scheme.
  • Configure how, when and what priority messages you would like to receive.
  • Unsubscribe at any time, there are no contracts or costs.
  • Remain unseen on the system, or make your scheme visible so that others can join.

 

What do you need to do?

To join go to https://www.dorsetalert.co.uk/ and click on register – once you have joined, please remember to activate your account.

If you don’t have internet access, please ask for a registration form.

 

Related Content

I have no valuables in my vehicle poster

 

Download our "I have no valuables in my vehicle" poster (140kb PDF) >

 

 

 

What is Safer Neighbourhoods? >

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

 

Newsletters

Swanage SNT Newsletter - August 2014 (51kb PDF) >

Swanage Town & Swanage Rural Safer Neighbourhood Team Newsletter - January 2014 (46kb PDF) >

Swanage Town SNT Newsletter - February 2013 (136 kb PDF) >

 

Useful Websites

Community safety pages on Dorset For You >

Swanage Town Council website >

The Neighbourhood and Home Watch website >

Association of Dorset Watches >

 

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