Responses to Reports
ASB in Elmhurst Park, Woodbridge: Patrols of Woodbridge Town Centre includingareas where ASB is occurring.
Vehicle ASB in Grundisburgh playing field car park: Letters sent to drivers of vehicles that havebeen driven in an anti-social manner together withpatrols.
Drug dealing reported in WickhamMarket: Patrols of areas in Wickham Market where drug dealing has been reported.
Responding to Issues within Communities
During the month of December 2018 there were a total of 236 investigations in Woodbridge (Investigations relate not only to recorded criminal offences, but also safeguarding individuals).Parishes have been affected by, residential / garage / shed burglaries,thefts from motor vehicles, criminal damage and ASB incidents. Investigations also include reassurance and crime reduction surveys.
Making the Community Safer
Following the Festive Season it is advisable to take steps to protect your property old andnew.Register your property for free at http://www.immobilise.com. Immobilise is the largest free registerof possession ownership details used by members of the public and businesses. It is a veryeffective tool in helping the reduce crime and repatriate recovered personal property to itsrightful owners. For more Crime Prevention Advice http://www.suffolk.police.uk/1stprinciple
Preventing, Reducing and Solving Crime and ASB
In December 2018 the Safer Neighbourhood Team bid fairwell to PCSO MikeStarbutts who for the past 9 years has been the fully funded PCSO for Kesgraveand Rushmere St Andrew. PCSO Gemma Read has now started her new fullyfunded role in Kesgrave and Rushmere St Andrew. Based at the North East SaferNeighbourhood Team Office on Heath Road Ipswich PCSO Gemma Read will betasked to undertake visible patrols, tackle low level ASB and provide any localpolicing advice as required. There will be a chance for members of the public tospeak to their PCSO during regular Police Surgeries.
Tasking meeting 10th January 2019with local authorities and agencies todiscuss any emerging issues and ASBin the locality. These are based onreported incidents during the month. Ifyou have any concerns to report for thismeeting then please email the SNT onthe address shown below.Happy New Year from the WoodbridgeSafer Neighbourhood TeamDid you know that there is a websitecalled “Ask the Police”?It is a website which provides answersto the most frequently asked Policingquestions. It provides links to otherrelevant national organisations. If youare unsure whether to call the Policeand it is not an emergency you may justfind the answer without having to callthe Police. In an emergency always call 999