Creekmoor

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Updated July 2019*

The Creekmoor and Waterloo areas are highly populated residential areas within Poole. The Waterloo area contains a mixture of privately owned and council properties. This includes a large warden assisted housing development located within the centre of the community which houses members of the elderly community.

The Creekmoor area houses a majority of privately owned properties, bordered by a large natural heathland area and the striking Upton Country house, which is very popular with families, especially throughout the summer months.

Officers from the team regularly conduct patrols using cycles; especially across the heathland areas due to fire risks and the anti-social use of vehicles on the heath throughout the warmer times of the year.

Local priorities

Updated August 2019

Current Priorities:

Anti-Social Behaviour - Creekmoor Ponds.  Anti-social behaviour (ASB) affects everyone; it can be personal and targeted at an individual, it could be environmental such as graffiti or can just be general behaviour in an area which affects how residents feel about an area.  ASB is large area of work and it is a force priority which we tackle it through Partnership working, Court orders, and intervention methods. There are links to minor criminality (damage) and substance abuse that we are actively seeking to reduce and make the nature area safe and pleasant for all users.  We work with the local authority Safer Communities Team, St Mungos, Children and Young Persons Services and the schools to tackle these issues

ASB Northmead House & Neighbourhood Centre - Anti-social behaviour (ASB) affects everyone; it can be personal and targeted at an individual, it could be environmental such as graffiti or can just be general behaviour in an area which affects how residents feel about an area.  ASB is large area of work and it is a force priority which we tackle it through Partnership working, Court orders, and intervention methods. There are links to minor criminality (damage) and substance abuse that we are actively seeking to reduce and make the nature area safe and pleasant for all users as well as ASB relating to vehicles.  We work with the local authority Safer Communities Team, St Mungos, Children and Young Persons Services and the schools to tackle these issues

To do this we need your help; if you have any information on any of the priorities for Poole please get in touch with Dorset Police via 101; through the ‘Do It Online’ link from the force website and pass your information to the NPT.  The more we know about; the more we can do.  Let’s work together to make Poole safer.

Insp Adrian THOMPSON


You said - we did

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You said
Updated August 2019.* Anti Social behaviour
We did
Updated August 2019.* Poole as a section has seen a decline in ASb across the area. We have engaged partners and have sought funding for a 'Pop Up' Youth Centre which is deployed around the area to engage local youths and reduce the impact of behaviours on communities. We have also increased the presence in Broadstone through the deployment of PCSIs from the Broadstone office to give greater uniform visibility in the community.

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Inspector Adrian Thompson
Inspector Adrian Thompson

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Creekmoor

Neighbourhood Policing Team

Ellie Meteau PC 0361
Ellie Meteau PC 0361
Chris Bolland PCSO 6789
Chris Bolland PCSO 6789
Steve Simpson PC 2663
Steve Simpson PC 2663
Sam Holmes PCSO 5517
Sam Holmes PCSO 5517
PS 0654 Phil Lee
PS 0654 Phil Lee
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Neighbourhood policing improves the quality of life within Dorset communities. Working together with partner agencies and problem-solving with local people and groups, we will target the policing issues that matter most in your area.

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