Our policing team priorities are as follows:
Our top priorities for your neighbourhood are as follows:
- Safeguarding young people and vulnerable adults
- Promote Road Safety.
- Engage with key stakeholders and develop effective partnerships to reduce demands.
- Disrupte and reduce levels of ASB in all urban and rural areas.
Safeguarding young people and vulnerable adults ▼
Priority reason: 07 Jan 2021
We work together as one team to safeguard communities and neighbourhoods
UPDATE 07 Jan 2021 Referrals
Following a recent referral from a concerned member of the public, we are currently working with partner agencies to safeguard a vulnerable adult locally.
We'd like to remind people, that if you have any concerns regarding the safety of somebody, please contact the Social Services care team, or the Police.
Promote Road Safety. ▼
Priority reason: 14 Jan 2019
Working with other emergency services and agencies to assist in promoting safer road use.
Working with the Road Casualty Reduction officer to inform and educate road users of the dangers, increasing their awareness and promoting road safety.
UPDATE 07 Jan 2021 Clawton School Meeting
Following contact from concerned residents and parents, the NPT met with The Head Teacher and County Councillor Mr Barry Parsons, in December to discuss options regarding road safety in the village. Community Speed Watch and traffic monitoring was discussed. Enforcement activity has been subsequently been carried out in the village.
Engage with key stakeholders and develop effective partnerships to reduce demands. ▼
Priority reason: 10 Jan 2019
Engaging with social services, environmental agency, the parish and district
councils to name but a few. To assist us in redirecting to an appropriate
agency, bringing some resolution to the issues, thus reducing repeat demand
on the Police.
UPDATE 07 Jan 2021 Council Communication
Whilst there have been difficulties in attending Town & Parish meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, the NPT is in regular contact with the Parish Clerks and has been in direct communication with a number of Councillors during this period.
Disrupte and reduce levels of ASB in all urban and rural areas. ▼
Priority reason: 10 Jan 2019
Early intervention is key.
Using the SARA problem solving model.
Scanning the areas to gain information assist in resolving the issues.
Analysing this information, looking for patterns, repeat offences, similarities sharing and engaging with the community and other agencies.
Responding with positive action to help deliver safer neighbourhoods.
Assess, ensuring we are doing what we can using a ll resources available to us to continue to resolve the issues.
UPDATE 07 Jan 2021 Holsworthy Cemetery
Following reports of a number of thefts from the cemetery, local officers have been increasing patrols in the area.
Our resolved priorities for your neighbourhood are as follows:
Content correct on page at last modification date.
Devon & Cornwall Police are NOT accountable for the content of external websites