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New Neighbourhood Priorities - Northern Cluster beats

Alert message sent 26/04/2012 17:45:00
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On 17th April 2012 the Northern Cluster Priority Setting Meeting took place at Eastwood Police Station. Members of the community, councillors and police came together to discuss what YOU would like your local police to focus on over the next three months. These meetings take place every three months where three neighbourhood priorities are agreed.  The Northern Cluster Neighbourhood Policing Team cover Brinsley, Eastwood North, Awsworth, Cossall, Newthorpe & Giltbrook


To help us with this ongoing process please fill out a survey at Tell us what issues and concerns you have in the area in which you live and the local beat team will work accordingly.


The following three neighbourhood priorities were agreed at the meeting and will stay in place until the next meeting on 17th July 2012:


Speeding Motorists Brinsley

Vehicles exceeding the speed limit at the following locations in Brinsley:

Church Lane, Cordy Lane and Broad Lane


Speeding Motorists Moorgreen Newthorpe

Vehicles exceeding the speed limit at the following locations in Newthorpe:

B6010 Moorgreen and B600 Moorgreen


Vehicle Nuisance in Awsworth

Youths are riding unregistered motorcycles and mini motos on roads, footpaths and on common land around Awsworth causing noise and danger to local residents and other road users and intimidating them.


If you need advice or help please do not hesitate to contact your local beat team


Eastwood North & Brinsley

PC 2645 Richard Reynolds    - 07525 989426

PCSO 8883 Peter Keeley       - 07525 989427


Awsworth, Cossal, Giltbrook & Newthorpe

Pc 2457 Dean Spalding          - 07525 989428

PCSO 8911 Martyn Barsby    - 07525 989429

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Peter Keeley (Police, PCSO 8883, Eastwood (Broxtowe North)

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