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Brampton Priorities

  • #We Did To raise awareness of CSE
    Issue was set on Thursday, April 6
    • we did 1. We conducted school ytalks to the target age groups. This resulted in 19 x 1hrs sessions being held to raise awareness and educate the target age group on, what is CSE, What to look for, what assistance is available and where to find that help. 2. Chelsea's Choice amateur Dramatics have agreed to attend schools in the area and perform a show aimed at further improving the awareness of CSE to recognise how this can happen. 3. We have supported Brampton Community Centre to gain funding through the Police Commissioners property fund to further educate children and parents by employing key workers to assist.
  • We have recieved complaints of speeding vehicles in various locations.
    Issue was set on Thursday, April 6
    • We will work with the local communities, parish councils and volunteers to target speeding vehicles. We will do this by; 1. Finding local volunteers to help raise awareness 2. Implement Community Speed Watch schemes through the area 3. Support those Community Speed Watch schemes by having skilled special constables who will enforce the speed limits in each area.
  • Challenge speeding vehicles on Carlisle and North Rural road
    Issue was set on Tuesday, May 2
    • We did: We have set up Community Speed Watch schemes in, Brampton, Houghton, Wetherall, Cumwhinton, Cote Hill and Dalston. We are shortly going to train other volunteers around the North Rural area. To complement these scheme we have trained 10 special constables who will attend specific problem locations and prosecute drivers found to be speeding. To help raise awareness North Rural PCSO's have also been trained and will be conducting speed checks throughout the Carlisle North and rural areas, this will assist in building confidence slowing vehicles in our communities and challenging those who continue to speed on Cumbrian road.

Brampton Crime Maps

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Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Scott Adams

Problem Solver Sergeant Scott Adams

Sam Butler

Problem Solver Constable Sam Butler

Gemma Dawson

PCSO Gemma Dawson

Andy Phillip

PCSO Andy Phillip

Welcome to your area pages. From here you can find information on your area policing team, crime information and how Cumbria Police is tackling your area priorities.

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Carlisle Police Desk 

    When: Thursday - 10am to 12pm

    Where: Tesco, Viaduct, Carlisle

     

    What: Carlisle Police Desk 

    When: Alternative Wednesdays - from 6pm to 8pm

    Where:
    The Co-op in Dalston

     

     

     

     

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Longtown Priorities

  • #We Did To raise awareness of CSE
    Issue was set on Thursday, April 6
    • we did 1. We conducted school ytalks to the target age groups. This resulted in 19 x 1hrs sessions being held to raise awareness and educate the target age group on, what is CSE, What to look for, what assistance is available and where to find that help. 2. Chelsea's Choice amateur Dramatics have agreed to attend schools in the area and perform a show aimed at further improving the awareness of CSE to recognise how this can happen. 3. We have supported Brampton Community Centre to gain funding through the Police Commissioners property fund to further educate children and parents by employing key workers to assist.
  • We have recieved complaints of speeding vehicles in various locations.
    Issue was set on Thursday, April 6
    • We will work with the local communities, parish councils and volunteers to target speeding vehicles. We will do this by; 1. Finding local volunteers to help raise awareness 2. Implement Community Speed Watch schemes through the area 3. Support those Community Speed Watch schemes by having skilled special constables who will enforce the speed limits in each area.
  • Challenge speeding vehicles on Carlisle and North Rural road
    Issue was set on Tuesday, May 2
    • We did: We have set up Community Speed Watch schemes in, Brampton, Houghton, Wetherall, Cumwhinton, Cote Hill and Dalston. We are shortly going to train other volunteers around the North Rural area. To complement these scheme we have trained 10 special constables who will attend specific problem locations and prosecute drivers found to be speeding. To help raise awareness North Rural PCSO's have also been trained and will be conducting speed checks throughout the Carlisle North and rural areas, this will assist in building confidence slowing vehicles in our communities and challenging those who continue to speed on Cumbrian road.
  • To challenge anti-social behaviour in Longtown
    Issue was set on Tuesday, May 2
    • We Did: Arranged a police desk to be held at Longtown police station at 1600-2000hrs on 2nd May 2017, that was very successful. As a result we are holding further police desks on Wednesday 10/5/17 at 4pm-8pm, Saturday 20/5/17 10am-12pm and Friday 26/5/17 at 4pm-8pm. Anyone with information are asked to attend. We intend to conduct high visibility patrols, work to gather intelligence to prevent and proactively tackle ASB in our community. Work with partners to identify initiatives to divert young people from ASB.

Longtown Crime Maps

Crime map for Longtown Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Scott Adams

Problem Solver Sergeant Scott Adams

Sam Butler

Problem Solver Constable Sam Butler

Laura Woods

PCSO Laura Woods

Welcome to your area pages. From here you can find information on your area policing team, crime information and how Cumbria Police is tackling your area priorities.

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Carlisle Police Desk 

    When: Thursday - 10am to 12pm

    Where: Tesco, Viaduct, Carlisle

     

    What: Carlisle Police Desk 

    When: Alternative Wednesdays - from 6pm to 8pm

    Where:
    The Co-op in Dalston

     

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North City Priorities

  • #We Did To raise awareness of CSE
    Issue was set on Thursday, April 6
    • we did 1. We conducted school ytalks to the target age groups. This resulted in 19 x 1hrs sessions being held to raise awareness and educate the target age group on, what is CSE, What to look for, what assistance is available and where to find that help. 2. Chelsea's Choice amateur Dramatics have agreed to attend schools in the area and perform a show aimed at further improving the awareness of CSE to recognise how this can happen. 3. We have supported Brampton Community Centre to gain funding through the Police Commissioners property fund to further educate children and parents by employing key workers to assist.
  • We have recieved complaints of speeding vehicles in various locations.
    Issue was set on Thursday, April 6
    • We will work with the local communities, parish councils and volunteers to target speeding vehicles. We will do this by; 1. Finding local volunteers to help raise awareness 2. Implement Community Speed Watch schemes through the area 3. Support those Community Speed Watch schemes by having skilled special constables who will enforce the speed limits in each area.
  • Challenge speeding vehicles on Carlisle and North Rural road
    Issue was set on Tuesday, May 2
    • We did: We have set up Community Speed Watch schemes in, Brampton, Houghton, Wetherall, Cumwhinton, Cote Hill and Dalston. We are shortly going to train other volunteers around the North Rural area. To complement these scheme we have trained 10 special constables who will attend specific problem locations and prosecute drivers found to be speeding. To help raise awareness North Rural PCSO's have also been trained and will be conducting speed checks throughout the Carlisle North and rural areas, this will assist in building confidence slowing vehicles in our communities and challenging those who continue to speed on Cumbrian road.

North City Crime Maps

Crime map for North City Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Rachel Gale

Inspector Rachel Gale

Scott Adams

Problem Solver Sergeant Scott Adams

Sam Butler

Problem Solver Constable Sam Butler

Nickolas Leigh

PCSO Nickolas Leigh

Welcome to your area pages. From here you can find information on your area policing team, crime information and how Cumbria Police is tackling your area priorities.

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Carlisle Police Desk 

    When: Thursday - 10am to 12pm

    Where: Tesco, Viaduct, Carlisle

     

    What: Carlisle Police Desk 

    When: Alternative Wednesdays - from 6pm to 8pm

    Where: The Co-op in Dalston

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