Hayle local policing team priorities

If you want to raise a policing priority please use the contact team form.


Speeding through Connor Downs village

Priority reason: 11 Feb 2015

There have been complaints regarding speeding vehicles and a number of speed checks have been carried out throughout the area.

We have started a new Speedwatch scheme to look at the issues and will be out monitoring in the are.

If you want to become a Speed watch volunteer please read below.

Community Speed Watch (CSW) volunteers are inducted through our Police Volunteer Programme (PVP). All prospective volunteers are required to complete the PVP application process which includes vetting and for certain roles, health assessment clearance.

  • All CSW volunteers will undergo full training from our Speed Watch co-ordinator and will be provided with reflective jackets, signs, stationary and a speed detection device (depending on location and availability). They will be supported by a police officer (PVP support manager) and covered by the force liability insurance.

It is not expected that PVP Volunteers will work a minimum or a set number of hours, we appreciate any time that can be given to the scheme. A few PVP volunteers are given additional training and responsibility in the police station, to administer the process that produces the warning letters.

If you have a speeding problem in your local area

Your first point of contact should be your local policing team. They will be able to advise and guide you through the process depending on what is locally available.

Further information

Please read the FAQs section or contact our Speed Watch coordinator.

Although this priority is still in place it remains a concern for residents and as such we will continue to monitor as a local priority.

 

Our response:

UPDATE 09/01/2019 what we have done

We will continue to monitor the area for speeding.

We have set up a new Speed watch scheme in the area to monitor issues.

If you are interested in volunteering for speedwatch please contact us.

 

UPDATE 09/01/2019 Anti social behaviour at Hayle skatepark

There have been reports of anti social behaviour (ASB) and possible drug use at Hayle skatepark.

We are trying to identify the people involved and are carrying out regular patrols of the area.

We are also liasing with the schools to identify those involved.

UPDATE 09/01/2019 What we have done

We are currently trying to set up a Speedwatch scheme and are looking for volunteers to help.

Community Speed Watch volunteers

Community Speed Watch (CSW) volunteers are inducted through our Police Volunteer Programme (PVP). All prospective volunteers are required to complete the PVP application process which includes vetting and for certain roles, health assessment clearance.

  • All CSW volunteers will undergo full training from our Speed Watch co-ordinator and will be provided with reflective jackets, signs, stationary and a speed detection device (depending on location and availability). They will be supported by a police officer (PVP support manager) and covered by the force liability insurance.

It is not expected that PVP Volunteers will work a minimum or a set number of hours, we appreciate any time that can be given to the scheme. A few PVP volunteers are given additional training and responsibility in the police station, to administer the process that produces the warning letters.

If you have a speeding problem in your local area

Your first point of contact should be your local policing team. They will be able to advise and guide you through the process depending on what is locally available.

Further information

Please read the FAQs section or contact our Speed Watch officer.


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