Crime Numbers By Area, Plus Police Actions And Priorities

This post lists crimes by beat area, Police priorities as a result and specific reports of crime on named roads in the area.

Melton and Musters

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Neighbourhood priorities
The community at the last area group meeting and from surveys in July 2015 raised concerns regarding the number of persons drinking alcohol on the streets, littering and causing anti-social behaviour issues (asb). In addition we will continue to address anti-social behaviour linked to the night time economy.

Priority update
Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy.

We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of anti-social behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular. We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles.

We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe leisure centre.

General crime and antisocial behaviour
During July there have been two reports of burglary at houses on Wilfred Grove and Musters Road. One was insecure and the other entry was via smashing glass. Please try and help us reduce burglary by setting burglar alarms and keeping doors and windows locked.

There have been sheds in gardens entered on Highfield Grove and Covert Road where bikes were stolen.

There have been a couple of bikes stolen over the last few weeks. We have seen increases in this on several adjacent areas. Please remember to always secure your bike with at least two locks.

We have had very few calls in relation to anti-social behaviour in the area.


 

Trent Bridge 

Priority update

Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy.

We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of anti-social behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular. We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles.

We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe leisure centre.

General crime and antisocial behaviour

During July there have been a number of vehicles broken into. We have had offences on George Road, Henry Road and Fox Road. Two vehicles parked on musters Road have also had parts removed from them overnight.

Please can I still urge you to keep your vehicles locked and secure and I do not advocate keeping valuable items inside vehicles. “Forget it” signs are available from West Bridgford Police Station or by contacting any member of the beat team. Please be vigilant and report any person you are suspicious of we would rather come out and it be a false alarm than a crime take place.

A flat on George Road was broken into in the first week of the month. Entry was via a door and electrical items were stolen.

We have had increased calls about persons drinking and littering around the War Memorial and Bridgford Park area. We have increased patrols in these areas.


 

Abbey

Priority update

Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy.

We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of anti-social behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular. We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles.

We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe leisure centre.

General crime and antisocial behaviour

During July there have been a number of reported thefts of cycles on the beat area.

A cycle had its lock cut outside Barclays bank on Tudor Square and 3 cycles were stolen from gardens on Rodney Road, Trevelyan Road and Eltham Road. Please can I remind you to secure your cycle at all times even when at home.

There have been a few calls in relation to noisy parties over the last few weeks. Please be considerate to your neighbours.


 

Lady Bay

Priority update
Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy.

We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of anti-social behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular. We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles.

We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe leisure centre.

General Crime and anti-social behaviour.
During July there has been an attempted burglary on Gertrude Road where a window was broken but entry was not gained to the address.

There have not been any reported thefts from motor vehicles on the beat area.


 

Compton Acres and Lutterell

Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy. We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of anti-social behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular.

We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles.

We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe leisure centre.

General Crime and antisocial behaviour

During July there have been a number of vehicles broken into on the area. Vans parked overnight at the Premier Inn have been targeted. We have had vehicle parts stolen from cars parked on Wilford Lane and Whatton Drive.

There have been burglaries on Lyme Park and Walcote Drive where cars were stolen.

If you do require home security advice please contact a member of the local beat team.

There have been reports of football being played around the Denton Drive area. We have had several calls about footballs being kicked at properties. The local team will when possible be in the area at the relevant times.


 

Gamston

Priority update
Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy.

We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of anti-social behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular.

We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles. We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe leisure centre.

General crime and antisocial behaviour
During July there has been a vehicle broken into on Stavely Way where power tools were stolen.


 

Edwalton

Last priority update
Night-time economy
We have continued dedicated patrols on Friday and Saturday evenings to focus on the night time economy.

We have visited licensees and door staff whilst on patrol and re-visited premises where there has been any disorder or calls in relation to anti-social behaviour.

These patrols have challenged and dealt with any issues of antisocial behaviour. We have continued to work with licensees via the monthly pub watch scheme.

Shed burglaries
We have been continuing with additional patrols in the areas where sheds have been broken into, with a focus around the Ladybay area in particular.

We are still running swap a lock schemes for cycles and have also been post coding cycles.

We have visited repeat locations for offences and offered crime prevention advice and encouraged the use property marking systems.

We will be running further events in the future. Please contact us for details. The last event for swap a lock was at Rushcliffe Leisure Centre.

General crime and antisocial behaviour
Thefts from motor vehicles
During July there has been a report of theft from motor vehicles on Edwalton Lodge Close. Please can I urge you to keep your vehicles locked and secure and I do not advocate keeping valuable items inside vehicles.