Neighbourhood priorities

Neighbourhood Priorities

The following Neighbourhood priorities relate to your area:

1. March 2017: Anti-Social behaviour on the Meadowell Estate, particularly around Avon Avenue shops.

“What you told us”

There has been an increase in anti-social behaviour on the Meadowell Estate particularly around Avon Avenue shops. 

“What we are doing about it”

Neighbourhood teams are re-contacting victims, obtaining descriptions of the youths committing anti-social behaviour. 

Officers will be taking details of anyone causing anti-social behaviour and where appropriate will take tenancy enforcement action in conjunction with housing providers.

North Tyneside Council Safer Estates Team and the Neighbourhood Policing Team as part of Operation Respect visited the home addresses of 17 youths who have been involved in anti-social behaviour.

Officers will be using new dispersal powers which enable them to ban an individual from the area for up to 48 hours.

“Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening. Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings, street walkabouts and on the website via:

http://www.northumbria.police.uk/your_neighbourhood/northern_area_command/north_tyneside/north_shields/ 

 

2. March 2017: Speeding on Percy Park Road, Preston Avenue and Tynemouth Road, Tynemouth.

“What you told us”

There are vehicles speeding along Percy Park Road, Preston Avenue and Tynemouth Road in Tynemouth Village.

“What we are doing about it”

Police Cadets and Community Speed Watch volunteers have been deployed in the area to assess the extent of the problem.

All drivers who were found to be speeding are to receive a letter from the Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Traffic Officers from the Road Policing Unit have been in the area, stopping and checking speeding vehicles.   

“Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening. Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings, street walkabouts and on the Website via:

http://www.northumbria.police.uk/your_neighbourhood/northern_area_command/north_tyneside/north_shields/ 

3. March 2017: Reduce burglary of dwellings in the North Shields area.

“What you told us” 

There has been an increase in burglary of dwellings in the North Shields area.

“What we are doing about it”

Police visibility has been increased in the locality at key times. 

Positive action is being taken when dealing with incidents reported by members of the public. 

Neighbourhood officers and North Tyneside Council are continuing to take positive action against those reponsible for this activity.

Reactive and Proactive investigation is underway to identify those individuals responsible and also those persons who buy and sell stolen items.

“Keeping you informed”

The Neighbourhood Police Team is holding a number of engagement events and drop-ins throughout this month.

We will conduct high visibility patrols in the area and postive action will be taken against offenders.

You can contact the Neighbourhood Policing Team via:

http://www.northumbria.police.uk/your_neighbourhood/northern_area_command/north_tyneside/north_shields/