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Alert message sent 27/06/2012 17:43:00
Information sent on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police

Hello residents Bulwell Forest.


Over the last month crime has continued to fall within Bulwell Forest and Within Bulwell in general. The area has seen reductions in the last month in burglaries down by 66%, robberies down by 50% and serious and acquisitive crime down by 42%. The area has seen very slight increases in criminal damage and drug offences.


Nottinghamshire police have continued to tackle drug offences in the area and warrants continue to be executed which have resulted in arrests and seizures of drugs.

Over the last few months SNT officers while on patrol have stop checked a number of people around the St Albans Road area and 4 of these have been found to be in possession of cannabis, and have been dealt with accordingly. We will continue to tackle drug issues and update resident with future outcomes.


Nottinghamshire police off road bike teams continue to mount operations to tackle nuisance mini motors and off road bikes and seizures have taken place resulting in the bikes being crushed. More of these operations are planned and offenders will be severely dealt with.


Residents have continued to raise concerns regarding dog fouling within the area, and we would ask any residents who witness anyone allowing their dog to foul in public to contact the community protections officers at Bulwell. A number of operations to tackle this form of anti social behaviour are planned and offenders will be issued with fixed penalty notices.


Any residents wanting to report any suspicious behaviour regarding any of the above subjects can contact the police anonymously by calling crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, or call Nottinghamshire police on the non emergency number 101. 

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Christopher Armstrong (Police, PC 3333, Nottingham City (Bulwell)

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