June Newsletter

News Letter

June 2019

Daresbury local Policing Unit (Moore, Sandymoor, Preston Brook, Daresbury, Windmill Hill)

Anti-Social Behavior

There has not been any real Issues with ASB this month we have had a couple of incidents with youths playing on Sandymoor Playing fields again but no Damage caused.

Off Road Bikes

As you know or have seen we do still have the ongoing issues with off road bikes some SECTION 59’S have been issued and a number of BIKE SEIZURES. This will be an ongoing problem especially with all the nice weather we have already had we will keep on working hard with this issue we have located some good places to keep targeting.
Op Scrambler, which is aimed at tackling off road bikes, is still ongoing.
 
Drugs

We have had more reports of possible people using or dealing drugs in Moore over the past few weeks, we are monitoring the area and targeting the vehicles we have had information about.

Roads Policing

Officers have been out with the TruCam (Speed Camera) in different areas this month with a number of drivers not adhering to the speed limits.
We are arranging for local primary schools to engage with the Speed Camera as part of their Road Safety education so watch out for the children at the schools next month.
Surgeries
We will be holding surgeries at Sandymoor school & Windmill Hill Childrens Centre, I will post the surgery at the start of every week for the coming Surgery that week.
If you have any issues or just want a chat then come along and see me.

Parking Issues

There has been a lot of Parking issues this month in various locations across the area, I have been dealing with these as I have come across them and I have been working with Morris homes to put temporary measures in place before double yellow lines are introduced.
Please remember that Double yellow lines means no waiting on either sides of them so don’t park on the pavement next to them.
The same applies to a solid white line if you park and make a vehicle cross the solid with line it is an endorsable offence which can leave you with 3 points and a fine if you receive a ticket.

PPX

Don’t forget PPX is on Friday 2nd August at Phoenix Park in Runcorn it is going to be a great day to come along to and engage with local people and companies in the area, we will have local youth groups, climbing walls and much more to see.

PC Simon Saul 3959
&
PCSO David Fallows 23083

Cheshire Constabulary | Runcorn Local Policing Unit, Second Avenue, Halton Lea, Runcorn, WA7 2HG
Visit: www.cheshire.police.uk | Follow: @cheshirepolice on Twitter | Like Cheshire Police on Facebook

Message Sent By
David Fallows (Police, Community Support Officer, Runcorn LPU)