Penryn town, Mylor, Flushing, Perranwell, Gwennap, Ponsanooth, Stithians, Mabe, Budock, Mawnan and Constantine local policing team priorities

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Priority reason: 29 Mar 2018

Concerns raised - families and adults living in our community who need additional support and advice, particularly during the cold winter months.

Action - to support and address concerns raised by the community and those directly affected. Engagement with partner agencies is essential to safegaurd our communities and we do this on an almost daily basis.


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Priority reason: 29 Dec 2017

CONCERNS RAISED - ongoing speeding issues in Penryn and particularly in the villages.

ACTION - engage with local residents and councillors to raise awareness of the scheme and support volunteers who wish to participate.


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Wheal Maid Valley Off Road Motorcycles

Priority reason: 22 Jul 2017

We have had a lot of reports from members of the Public saying that Motorbikes are using the Wheal Maid Valley on Sundays and other evenings; mainly when the weather is dry. It is illegal to ride a motorbike in this area as the paths are Bridleways that are meant for use by pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders.

The Wheal Maid Valley is shapped like a bowl in places so the sound of the bikes echoe badly and causes a lot of noise nuisance to local residents. Not only do they cause a noise nuisance but they also cause danger to those using the Bridleways such as pedestrians and especially horse riders. Due to the nature in which the motorbikes are being used they are also causing damage to the Wheal Maid site which is a Heritage site due to its mining history.

If you have any information about people riding motorbikes on the Wheal Maid site, especially if you have a bike registration or if you can name a rider please call 101 and pass your information to a call handler.

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Marine Crime

Priority reason: 01 Dec 2017

With such a large quantity of boats in the area this naturally attracts criminals with an interest in stealing marine equipment such as tenders, engines and smaller equipment.

Please consider this when leaving equipment aboard and make efforts to remove items for safety where possible.

Please keep us updated with any suspicious incidents and report crimes as soon as possible. This enables us to target resources appropriately and reduce marine crime.

For more information on Boat Watch please contact PCSO Bill Wood at Falmouth Police Station.

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