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Cleator Moor Priorities

  • # Community Priorities
    Issue was set on Tuesday, August 1
    • We are currently looking to identify new priorities for policing in this area and would appreciate your co-operation in doing this so that we can ensure we are targeting the issues that matter to you.
    • +++ We are working hard to identify new priorities for this area - anyone with any information regarding crimes in this area is asked to contact police on 101 or to CopelandPolicingTeam@cumbria.police.uk. If there is a crime in progress or in an emergency call 999. Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. +++

Cleator Moor Crime Maps

Crime map for Cleator Moor Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Richard Smillie

Inspector Richard Smillie

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Marie Carter

Problem Solver Constable Marie Carter

Sammie Hewitt

PCSO Sammie Hewitt

Sam Watson

PCSO Sam Watson

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    Following our consultation with the public in November 2018 we have decided to discontinue our static police desks in supermarkets and libraries as they were offering little in the way of effective engagement.

    Taking on board the comments made by yourselves we have designed a service where we will attend community groups and under represented locations in order to offer engagement to those who are not normally online or active on social media.

    These days will take place routinely and officers from my team will be available to speak with you about local policing issues, concerns or even just have a chat. I appreciate your feedback and your input in invaluable in ensuring we have a neighbourhood policing service that meets your needs and adapts to changes in society and resources.

     

    Copeland Focus is a Facebook Group that covers the Copeland district and is designed to enhance engagement between the public and Cumbria Police.

    The way people communicate has changed, and now, more than ever, people want to talk to us online and through social media and we, as a service provider are looking to utilise and support this change.

    Think of Copeland Focus Group as a virtual community drop-in desk, allowing local PCs and PCSOs to have an easy and continuous means of communication within the Copeland community.

    Copeland Focus Group members will be able to post when issues or questions arise, helping us to identify their concerns and priorities, and we will be able to quickly and efficiently keep them informed as to how we are tackling and answering any questions.  

    YOU CAN REACH THE GROUP BY CLICKING HERE

    We realise we might not like everything you have to say but only ask that you keep your comments and opinions respectful.

     

    Sgt David Macdonald

     

     

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Egremont Priorities

  • Increased drug related activity in Egremont
    Issue was set on Thursday, September 27
    • You Said; We have had an increase of reported blatant drug activity in Egremont.
    • WE DID; We have provided and will continue to provide high visibility and plain clothes patrols to disrupt the activities of those responsible and to reassure the public. We always welcome more information about those responsible and would encourage the public to report any activity, no matter how minor.
    • +++ We are working hard to deal with those responsible for the issues concerned- anyone with any information regarding crimes in this area is asked to contact police on 101 or to CopelandPolicingTeam@cumbria.police.uk. If there is a crime in progress or in an emergency call 999. Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. +++

Egremont Crime Maps

Crime map for Egremont Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Richard Smillie

Inspector Richard Smillie

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Marie Carter

Problem Solver Constable Marie Carter

Steven Bragg

PCSO Steven Bragg

Colette Harrison

PCSO Colette Harrison

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Sellafield Police Desk - Site employees only

    When: Mondays - from 11am until 1pm 

    Where: B409 Canteen

     

    What: LLWR Drigg Police Desk - Site employees only

    When: Tuesdays - Every four weeks

    Where: Tea Bar

     

    Following our consultation with the public in November 2018 we have decided to discontinue our static police desks in supermarkets and libraries as they were offering little in the way of effective engagement.

    Taking on board the comments made by yourselves we have designed a service where we will attend community groups and under represented locations in order to offer engagement to those who are not normally online or active on social media.

    These days will take place routinely and officers from my team will be available to speak with you about local policing issues, concerns or even just have a chat. I appreciate your feedback and your input in invaluable in ensuring we have a neighbourhood policing service that meets your needs and adapts to changes in society and resources.

    Copeland Focus is a Facebook Group that covers the Copeland district and is designed to enhance engagement between the public and Cumbria Police.

    The way people communicate has changed, and now, more than ever, people want to talk to us online and through social media and we, as a service provider are looking to utilise and support this change.

    Think of Copeland Focus Group as a virtual community drop-in desk, allowing local PCs and PCSOs to have an easy and continuous means of communication within the Copeland community.

    Copeland Focus Group members will be able to post when issues or questions arise, helping us to identify their concerns and priorities, and we will be able to quickly and efficiently keep them informed as to how we are tackling and answering any questions.  

    YOU CAN REACH THE GROUP BY CLICKING HERE

    We realise we might not like everything you have to say but only ask that you keep your comments and opinions respectful.

     

    Sgt David Macdonald

     

     

     

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Millom Priorities

  • Anti-social use of motor vehicles
    Issue was set on Thursday, September 27
    • You Said; We have identified ongoing issues around the anti-social use of motor vehicles in the Town Centre and at Haverigg and are using a variety of methods and multi-agency working to address the issues at hand.
    • WE DID; We have provided high visibility and plain clothes patrols to disrupt the activities of those responsible and to reassure the public. These targeted patrols have taken positive action and any offenders were robustly dealt with for any offences and in several cases have had their vehicles seized by police.
    • +++ We are working hard to deal with those responsible for the issues concerned- anyone with any information regarding crimes in this area is asked to contact police on 101 or to CopelandPolicingTeam@cumbria.police.uk. If there is a crime in progress or in an emergency call 999. Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. +++
  • Drug use and dealing in Millom
    Issue was set on Thursday, September 27
    • You Said; We have identified increasing amounts of drug use and drug dealing in the area. We are using a variety of methods and multi-agency working to address the issues at hand, however we do require further intelligence.
    • WE DID; We have provided high visibility and plain clothes patrols to disrupt the activities of those we believe are responsible and to reassure the public. These targeted patrols have taken positive action and a misuse of drugs act warrant has been executed this month in Millom.
    • +++ We are working hard to deal with those responsible for the issues concerned- anyone with any information regarding crimes in this area is asked to contact police on 101 or to CopelandPolicingTeam@cumbria.police.uk. If there is a crime in progress or in an emergency call 999. Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. +++

Millom Crime Maps

Crime map for Millom Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Richard Smillie

Inspector Richard Smillie

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Maria Carter

Problem Solver Constable Maria Carter

Paul Booth

PCSO Paul Booth

Regular Police Desks/Drop Ins

  • Regular Police Desk

    What: Millom Police Desk

    When: When PCSO available

    Where: Millom Network Centre

     

    Following our consultation with the public in November 2018 we have decided to discontinue our static police desks in supermarkets and libraries as they were offering little in the way of effective engagement.

    Taking on board the comments made by yourselves we have designed a service where we will attend community groups and under represented locations in order to offer engagement to those who are not normally online or active on social media.

    These days will take place routinely and officers from my team will be available to speak with you about local policing issues, concerns or even just have a chat. I appreciate your feedback and your input in invaluable in ensuring we have a neighbourhood policing service that meets your needs and adapts to changes in society and resources.

    Copeland Focus is a Facebook Group that covers the Copeland district and is designed to enhance engagement between the public and Cumbria Police.

    The way people communicate has changed, and now, more than ever, people want to talk to us online and through social media and we, as a service provider are looking to utilise and support this change.

    Think of Copeland Focus Group as a virtual community drop-in desk, allowing local PCs and PCSOs to have an easy and continuous means of communication within the Copeland community.

    Copeland Focus Group members will be able to post when issues or questions arise, helping us to identify their concerns and priorities, and we will be able to quickly and efficiently keep them informed as to how we are tackling and answering any questions.  

    YOU CAN REACH THE GROUP BY CLICKING HERE

    We realise we might not like everything you have to say but only ask that you keep your comments and opinions respectful.

     

    Sgt David Macdonald

     

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