Police Report for March
Darley Safer Neighbourhood Team
Beat report for March 2013
We're happy to report that shed break ins seem to have lessened in this last month. Unfortunately, we have had a spate of vehicle break ins, mainly in the Darley Abbey area. There was no sign of forced entry; therefore we're assuming the vehicles were left unlocked. We realise it can be easy to leave vehicles unlocked especially when unloading shopping etc, its easy to become distracted. See the paragraph on Crime prevention for further information. Someone has been arrested and is on bail pending further enquiries, however please still be mindful.
Thinking about the recent spate of vehicle break-ins, unfortunately we have to repeat advice regarding not leaving any items of value in your vehicle. On one recent incident, the offender made an untidy search of the boot and the glove box. You may assume both places are safe to lock valuables in, however this is not the case.
Please consider postcode marking any items such as Sat Navs, I-Pods, Laptops etc. You can also register such items on the internet - www.immobilise.com, this way if items are stolen they can be recovered more easily. Make a note of the serial number of your electrical items and the IMEI number of your mobile.
Please remember you can follow the team on Twitter, search for @DarleySNT and keep updated with the teams on going projects, surgery times and crime prevention advice.
Youth Provision and Engagement
The youth club runs term time only so we're on Easter Break at the moment. We celebrated our first birthday the other week with a chip supper for the children. Its nice to see the light nights, we can start planning to do outdoor activities on the park! We continue to welcome any suggestions for things to do.
Some of our team recently attended a local meeting where Neighbourhood Watch was mentioned. We are hoping to resurrect the scheme in the Strutts Park area which has been stagnant since the death of the previous co-ordinator. If anyone is interested in becoming a co-ordinator or being part of a scheme, please contact one of team.
The surgery dates for the coming months are:
Monday 13th May – Rivermead House – 10am
Monday 20th May – Darley Abbey Legion – 7pm
Remember, surgeries are an opportunity for members of the public to come along and report any issues of concern or simply meet members of your local Safer Neighbourhood Team.
Our priorities for Darley are:
Anti social Behaviour – West End
Parking Access only
Youth Provision and engagement
The team continue to work closely with partner agencies and local businesses to tackle our priorities.
Allestree Police Office - 01332 552135
Police non- emergency- 101
Please feel free to ring the Office but please be mindful that it is not open 24hrs and is sometimes unattended as we are out on patrol. Please ring the non emergency number to report any incidents if there is no answer at the Police Office.
Thanks for your continued support.
Darley Safer Neighbourhood Team
Sgt Rob Wilson
PC Rob Singleton
PCSO Linda Ball
PCSO Sophie Charles
PC Dalbir Janagal (DJ)
Allestree Office – 01332 552135
Derby Police - 101
Derby Direct - 01332 255260
Council Parking Services - 01332 715027
Crime Stoppers - 0800 555 111
Anti Social Behaviour Number - 0333 2006981
Environment Enforcement Response 01332 642020
Derby Direct is available to report issues relating to refuse collection, street cleansing, pest control, abandoned vehicles and anti-social behaviour.