Eynsham Neighbourhood Management Update - Feb 07

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Eynsham Neighbourhood Management Update - Feb 07

Posted: 05/02/2007 17:15:04

PC Pam Delahay provides February’s update for Eynsham: “The team has been busy again this month assisting the core shifts that work out of Witney, due to a high rate of abstractions from those shifts for various reasons. However, the damage figures and complaints of anti-social behaviour (ASB) were low again in January, of course some cold nights may have assisted in this.

“However, the team has been out on the area whenever possible doing hi-viz patrols and dealing with anti-social behaviour type problems and the incidents of damage that were reported. This has resulted in a number of youths being spoken to with their parents after a few incidents in John Lopes Road, Eynsham. As a result that problem now appears to have ceased.

“The NAG have discussed the issue of ASB and are looking at producing a small card which explains what ASB actually is and how to let the team know about what is happening and where, so that they can try and target the problem areas. These will hopefully be produced soon and we will let you know where you can get your copy. In the meantime if you are suffering problems or know of any areas that are please let us know either by phone or e-mail.

“Speeding is still one of our priorities and officers have managed to go out on a couple of occasions with the Speed Indication Device (SID) this month. The locations they have visited include Witney Road and Stanton Harcourt Road in Eynsham and the A415 through Standlake. These are all areas where speeding has been highlighted by the public as a problem. We are hopeful that in the coming month more work can be done on this priority so just a reminder if you have a specific location for speeding problems do let us know and then we can look at it with the SID. You can even come along and watch it in action.

“Eynsham and other neighbourhoods are assisting in a national recruiting campaign for Police Community Support Officers (PCSO). The first of our new recruits for West Oxfordshire is actually doing their initial training at the moment and should come to the area soon. Once we have any allocated to the Eynsham NAG area we will update you.
If you are interested in becoming a PCSO you can view the following website for more information www.rewardingrole.co.uk , phone 08456 000925 or contact the team who should be able to answer any questions you have.”

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