Stephen Marnick Monthly Hale-Crime-Report September 2018

September 18, 2018

 

HALE VILLAGE PARISH COUNCIL (and Working Together) MEETING

17th September 2018

 

From p.m. 20th August 2018 to a.m. 17th September 2018 the following entries are recorded on our systems for Hale Village. They are not always in date order and details are omitted as needed.  The date shown is usually the reported date and not necessarily the date of the incident though it often is.

The figure in the bracket, if shown, is the preceding months report.   There will be time set aside for any meeting any residents wish to have in private with the local PCSO just prior to the Parish Council meeting and we thank the Parish Council for allowing this. A reminder any person can contact us 24/7 via 101 or any of the options below if preferred.

 

1  (0)   Alarms      25/08/18 High St. All in Order

0 (3) ASB Personal Nuisance & Anti-Social Behaviour     

3 (2)   Violence/Harassment/Threats   30/08/18 Pepper Street harassment, 02/09/18 Town lane female shouting, 02/09/18 Town Lane public house male punched in face

0 (0)   Sexual Offences related 

0 (1)   Burglary Dwelling   

1 (0)   Burglary other than in a dwelling   09/09/18 Burglary in premises Ivy Farm Court

1 (0)  Theft of a Motor Vehicle  29/08/18 scooter stolen from public house Town Lane (recovered in Merseyside)

1 (0)   Theft from a Motor Vehicle        31/08/18 Pepper St.  Tools taken from works van.

0 (0)   Theft / Other  

1 (4)   Criminal Damage   Hale Road 06/09/18 small fire in field (fire say deliberate ignition)

0 (0)   Drugs   

0 (0)   Fraud

5 (3)  Admin-Messages to Pass & Misc. Prison related Simple Advice, Police Generated

0 (0)  Complaint against Police

0 (2)   Intelligence Reports               Info. Received from various sources

0 (1)   Concern for Safety   

0 (2)  Domestics    

0 (4)  Suspicious person/vehicle/Activity. 

0 (3)  RTC’s Injury/Damage.  .

1 (2)  Damage Only RTC  15/09/18 Pepper Street HGV hit street furniture – driver to be reported.

2 (1)  Highway Disruption   Hale Park 24/08/18 tipper truck & Bandon Close obstruction 30/08/18

2 (1) Vulnerable Person reports   persons visited who the visitor suspects as being vulnerable.

0  (0) Civil Dispute

0  (0) Missing Persons   .

0  (0) Stop/Searches

0  (0) Search Warrants

0  (0) Fail to Appear Warrant

0  (0) Distraction Burglary.

1  (0)  Animal Domestic  01/09/18 Langford – dogs in vehicle checked all in order

0  (0)  Prevent Breach of the Peace  

0  (0)  Property Lost /Found  

0  (0) Abandoned phone calls. 

1  (1)  Wildlife matters   19/08/18 car with passengers and dogs checked out as reportedly talking of lamping etc. – all in order Hale Park

1 ( 1)  Road related Traffic offences   03/08/18  Obstruction on Pepper Street

0  (1)  Firearms   

0  (0)  Sudden Death

0  (0)  Bail breaches etc.

0  (0)  Found Stolen Motor Vehicle

0 (1)  V.P.A – Vulnerable Persons Assessment a report submitted by the officer or agency to other agencies

0 (2) Assist other Agencies – see misc.

 

The Beat Manager covering the Hale Village area is PC 4238 Nicola Richards. Supervision is Sergeant 3114 Neil Edgar. PCSO for the Hale Village area is 9489 Stephen Marnick

 

Overview and Crime 

There are a number of repeated points generated in the reports. I do think these are an important part of the report especially for first time readers. I want to record my/our appreciation to HaleVillageOnline website for posting these reports for publicity to a wider audience.

If you want an item adding or wish to comment at all on anything police related then please get in touch.

 

We do our best to ensure as much crime and anti-social behaviour is prevented and where it occurs to try and get those responsible. The villagers are increasingly helping us to achieve this objective by reporting matters such as suspicious persons, vehicles etc. A number of the calls are testimony to the fact villagers do have the confidence to call us and allow us to deal with the incidents, hopefully preventing more serious incidents occurring.

You do not need to remain anonymous. This is obviously your choice but we can assure you your details are secure.

 

I patrol across the village as much as my duties allow. I also do some patrolling in the Halebank area. Police Officer colleagues also pay attention to the area when I am on leave or rest days.

I have tried to cover some of the smaller, quieter inner roads as well. I have conducted patrols across the village from up near the border with Speke to Halegate Road and including the arterial routes. I also try to call into some of the residents or businesses in the remoter areas such as Ramsbrook Lane, Baileys Lane etc. If you see me say hello!

As always we aim to be visible to you but if you find an issue occurring that we have not noticed or has not been brought to our attention please get in touch (see below).

 

I want, and the supervision want us, to be able to engage and update the residents who are unable to come to the parish council meetings perhaps due to age or disabilities so, if you know of any who would like a visit get in touch. If you have relatives in the area that may be elderly or disabled I can visit them and update them etc.  I am pleased to say the Parish Council has allowed us the use of the hall so residents and others are able to come and see me here on an even more regular basis and discuss any concerns or hear about issues that we may want to highlight. I am at the village hall on a regular basis and the dates and times are posted outside the hall and more dates and times are to be added.  Remember I can also visit you if you prefer.

 

Statistics

The statistics in this report still remain low. For the past three months there were 72 “incidents” for the Hale Village area. In many of these cases it does not indicate a crime at all. No ASB is an amazing statistic considering the school holidays.  You may not realise just how much you keep the statistics low.  You, the residents and your families, the school including teachers and pupils, businesses, St. Mary’s church and congregations and visitors alike. By being crime aware, looking out for each other and for reporting suspicious activity. Thank You!

 

 

Parking & Traffic issues

I patrol on an Ad hoc basis around the school on both sides and drivers flouting the parking restriction will invariably receive a Fixed Penalty Notice. I would ask that you show restraint, civility and patience when driving near and around the school. On the occasions I have visited I had to issue one Fixed Penalty Notice since the last report. (single yellow line restriction)

When you do park I would ask you to bear in mind Pedestrians first and foremost and then, when you have left ample room for disabled persons, wheelchairs, prams, buggies etc. then you can think about you and your vehicle.  Don’t put your vehicle in a position where there could be doubt as to whether it could cause an obstruction. If you can, please walk and leave your vehicle a little further away if there is a better location. I have had a few incidents around the Ireland Road “Fruit Tree” close areas in relation to parking and or obstruction issues. One of these is ongoing.

 

The ongoing Operational Order – Operation Scrambler which has and continues to be carried out by officers. An initiative is being used whereby Police Officers and PCSO’s can spray the offending motorbikes and riders with a view to obtaining future evidence of traffic offences. The number of incidents appears to have reduced following the tragic death of a person on the Merseyside force area.

If you have any information that could identify the riders or their addresses please do make contact with us. This is an ongoing operation and officers have had some good successes recently. We do know the reports of illegally used motorbikes, quads etc. will continue and along with this our responses will increase too.

 

Albeit a Local Authority issue – fly tipping on our roads can cause a hazard and officers have been checking on two areas in particular, Ramsbrook Lane and Carr Lane to try and capture or deter the offenders.

 

 

Weight Limit

As Hale Village has a 7.5t weight restriction I will keep an eye on this to try and maintain low levels of transgressors. I must highlight that we do have a farm within the village restriction and there will be vehicles over the limit but, needing access, this is allowed. No reports of any vehicles causing issues this period to me directly but one HGV involved in a collision with street furniture on Pepper Street which is being looked into.(see the report figures)

 

 

Speed Enforcement

Speed enforcement is usually carried out on Hale Road and Ramsbrook Lane. Enforcement has been carried out a few times this reporting period most recently today 17/09/08/18 on the TruCam device. No captures on Hale Road (near to the “S” bend) and one on Ramsbrook Lane.  In response to a number of requests I have varied the times of enforcement to try and have a broader capture period. Enforcement will continue and please do report any concerns you have. We also intend to do an Operational Order this month into next to combat the speeding problem of an evening.

 

                                                 

Wildlife & Rural matters

We are keeping our eyes and ears open for any reports of illegal wildlife activity. I gave out 50 questionnaires, mostly in Hale Village with some in Halebank, asking residents and business users about rural and wildlife crime. This initiative is the first part of a process to establish a better service for those that live and/ or work in some of the more rural areas.  Please do report any suspicious activity to us – often such activity is carried out under the cover of darkness, telephone us on 101 and we will check. Hale Estates ask persons not to trespass onto their land without permission.  We now have the results of the Cheshire wide surveys back and if you care to email me I will give you more information on the results.  Thank you to those residents that reported the two related incidents below.

 

Summary

We want to encourage even more information – intelligence that we gather. If residents are not confident in passing their details to us they can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 – they won’t ask for your details and the information will still reach us.  We would rather they have the confidence in us and the system as the callers’ details are “sanitized” from all the intelligence reports. I.e. suspicious goings on/suspicious persons/vehicles, smells of cannabis etc. if reporting vehicles or persons try and obtain details such as vehicle registration marks; clothing descriptions etc. – if you have a mobile with you many have voice recorders.

 

We are hoping the Parish Council, school, church, businesses and residents are encouraged and reassured by the report however if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 

If you want up to date information about Hale Village policing matters we post messages on Twitter and Facebook – see below for details. We will post as often as we should/can when we are on duty.  If any readers are local and they need any help with this I can also call along to set these up for you or show you how to tweet or post yourselves! It’s so easy - just like texting!

Another great communication tool is the Cheshire police’s internet site at

www.cheshire.police.uk

 

I would also like to promote the Cheshire police ALERT system further.  We have 229 users on the combined Ditton & Hale areas – thanks!  This Alert system is geared up similar to a homewatch scheme whereby businesses or households can choose to be alerted on matters that you want – such as scams, bogus callers, etc. and by which method you choose such as text, phone call, email etc.  There is more information on our website or via https://www.cheshirepolicealert.co.uk  I am more than willing to help any resident or business get set up.

 

A resource for obtaining information as to police related matters is https://www.askthe.police.uk  (apps available)

 

Remember 999 calls are for emergencies only and these cover matters such as but not limited to:

  • there is a danger to life

  • violence is used or threatened

  • a serious crime (violent crime/burglary) is in progress or likely to occur

  • a suspect for a serious crime is nearby

  • there is a road traffic collision involving personal injury or danger to other road users

  • a vulnerable person needs urgent attention

  • Our 999 call handlers strive to answer all calls within 10 seconds

 

Non-emergencies

For non-emergency calls, call 101. Using 999 for general enquiries may delay response to someone who needs urgent assistance.  You should dial 101 (the non-emergency number) if:

  • you want to report a crime or criminal damage that is not in progress at the time of your call

  • you want to report a minor road traffic collision

 

Finally, please do let us know what information you would like including on this report and we will see if we can incorporate this.

Thank You for your attention

 

PCSO 9489 Stephen Marnick Stephen.marnick@cheshire.pnn.police.uk

PC 4238 Nicola Richards Nicola.richards@cheshire.pnn.police.uk

Twitter @DittonHalePol                   Facebook Ditton & Hale Police

 

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