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PCSO Geraint Jones

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PCSO Elizabeth Norman

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PCSO Delia Bellis

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PCSO Michelle  Williams

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PCSO Francis Long

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PCSO Catrina Wilde

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PCSO Dave Jones

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PCSO Ben Madeley

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PCSO Martyn Nash

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PCSO Philip Gales

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PCSO Kieran Green

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PCSO David Millington

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PCSO Mathew Williams

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PCSO Llion Morgan

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PCSO Andrea Kelly

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PCSO Gareth Armstrong

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PC Mark Howell-Walmsley

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PC Christopher Davies

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PC Allan Williams

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PC Kate Bithell

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PC Maria Crossley

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PC Wendy Szabo

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PC Sarah Williams

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Sgt. Gareth Pearson

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Sgt. Paul Hughes

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Sgt. Graham Jones

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Sgt. Aled Eynon

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Sgt. Dave Nickels

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Inspector Gary Kelly

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DAMAGE TO PRODUCE AND PROPERTY AT ALLOTMENTS


Summary of Issue:
SEVERAL ALLOTMENT OWNERS HAVE REPORTED DAMAGE TO THEIR PLOTS.SOME DAMAGE IS BELIEVED TO BE CAUSED BY RETRIEVAL OF FOOTBALLS FROM THE MUGA AREA WHICH IS LOCATED ALONGSIDE THE ALLOTMENT.HOWEVER,THERE IS STILL OTHER DAMAGE WHICH IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED DELIBERATELY BY OTHER MEANS.THE DAMAGE IS CAUSED DURING THE HOURS OF DARKNESS

 

Updates:

This plan was created on03/09/2011 FOOT PATROLS HAVE BEEN STEPPED UP OVER THE WEEKEND TO DETER ANY POSSIBLE OFFENDERS. more hi-vis patrolsd have been conducted over the last week.No reports from members of public concerning asb in the area and no youths seen in the area by patrols regular daytime and evening patrols carried out.no further complaints have been received. REGULAR FOOT AND HI-VIS PATROLS HAVE BEEN CARRIED OUT ALL WEEKEND CONTINUED HI-VIS PATROLS IN THE AREA AND ALSO COVERT OPERATIONS DURING EARLY EVENINGS HAVE BEEN UNDERTAKEN BY THE NPT. FURTHER FOOT PATROLS HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED AND FOOTBALLERS ON THE MUGA HAVE BEEN SPOKEN TO ABOUT ACTING IN A MORE THOUGHTFUL MANNER WHEN RETRIEVING THEIR BALL AND NOT TO RUN OVER THE ALLOTMENTS Further patrols have resulted in several youths being spoken to as to why they were in the area.No offences were discovered.Regular hi-vis policing will continue Regular patrols have resulted in a decrease in activity in the area from youngsters. No further offences have been reported

 

Timescale:

01/12/2011

Children riding dangerously on the roads and pavem


Summary of Issue:
Several reports of children riding their bicycles and scooters at great speed on the pavements and roads around Bryn Gobaith/Mount Road/Rhodfa Glenys and Bryn Arthur. Estra hi-vis patrols are being done to identify offenders and deter further incidents 150 leaflets have been printed and delivered to local addresses warning of the dangers to the riders and also pedestrians,many of whom are elderly and some disabled.Leaflets also warn that NWP will take action against offenders caught riding on pavements

 

Updates:

This plan was created on08/11/2011 A road safety awareness sassion was carried out by PCSO Dave Jones at an address in Mount Road.Five local children attended and a knowledge check was conducted at the end.All the children enjoyed the session and a certificate of attendance was awarded to the children

 

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14/01/2012

SCHOOL BUSES SAFETY CONCERN AT HEN WALIAU


Summary of Issue:
BETWEEN 3PM AND 5PM EVERY WEEK DAY,SCHOOL BUSES DROP CHILDREN OFF ON THE SLIP-ROAD OF THE TALARDY HOTEL ON THE A525.THERE IS A CONCERN FOR THE SAFETY OF THE CHILDREN AND ALSO FOR THE RESIDENTS OF HEN WALIAU WHO ARE ENCOUNTERING OBSTRUCTED VISIBILITY AS THEY ARE TURNING LEFT IN THEIR VEHICLES ONTO THE CARRIAGEWAY TOWARDS RHUDDLAN.THEIR VIEW OF ONCOMING TRAFFIC IS OBSTRUCTED BY THE COACHES.THERE ARE ALSO CONCERNS THAT OF TRAFFIC EXCEEDING THE LIMIT AS THEY COME OFF THE ROUNDABOUT PUTTING THE COACHES AND CHILDREN AND OTHER ROAD USERS AT RISK.

 

Updates:

This plan was created on17/02/2012

 

Timescale:

20/04/2012

INCREASE IN SECURITY AT BUSINESSES IN ST ASAPH


Summary of Issue:
DUE TO RECENT THEFT OF METALS FROM BUILDERS MERCHANTS IN THE AREA,LOCAL BUILDERS MERCHANTS/SHOPS HAVE BEEN VISITED AND ADVISED ON THEIR SECURITY AND ADVICE GIVEN FOR ANY POSSIBLE FURTHER MEASURES THAT COULD BE IMPLEMENTED.STAFF AND MANAGEMENT HAVE BEEN ADVISED TO BE EXTRA VIGILANT AND TO CONTACT NWP IMMEDIATELY IF THEY SEE ANYTHING SUSPICIOUS REGULAR PATROLS OF THE BUSINESSES WILL BE RECORDED

 

Updates:

This plan was created on 16/09/2011 HI-VIS PATROLS HAVE BEEN STEPPED UP OVER THE WEEKEND FOOT PATROLS IN THE AREA HAVE RESULTED IN SEVERAL VEHICLES OWNERS BEING ENGAGED IN CONVERSATION WITH THE NPT AS TO WHAT THEIR PURPOSE WAS FOR BEING IN THE AREA.THIS HAS GIVEN LOCAL BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS REASSURANCE FOOT/MOBILE PATROLS HAVE CONTINUED THIS WEEK AND A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC HAS NOTICED THE FRONT GATES OF A BUSINESS IN ST ASAPH HAD BEEN OPENED WHICH WAS SUSPICIOUS.POLICE WERE CALLED AND A KEYHOLDER ATTENDED AND CLOSED THE GATES.THERE HAD BEEN NO BREAK-IN AND NO SUSPICIOUS CIRCS.MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC HAVE BEEN ENCOURAGED TO RING IN IF THEY SEE OR HEAR ANYTHING SUSPICIOUS AND THIS WAS A SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION. Regular foot patrols have continued to reassure the public and business owners. Regular patrols have continued over this weekend.

 

Timescale:

30/09/2011

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