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Minutes from Beat Meeeting

Alert message sent 07/08/2012 15:45:00
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Gedling Cluster Beat Quarterly Meeting


Carlton Police Station


Tuesday 17th July 2012, 6.30pm




Welcome and Apologies


1)      Apologies received from Pat Blandamer, Steven Poole and Neighbourhood Wardens

2)      Minutes from 12/04/2012 discussed.

3)      Police updates, current area priorities discussed.


Phoenix and St James


Anti social behaviour, criminal damage on Wollaton Avenue and football on Princess Close.




Anti social behaviour surrounding the old mineral line.




No priority


Burton Joyce and Stoke Bardolph


Anti social behaviour on Main Street and Chestnut Grove and cold calling, in particular doorstep sellers and legislation of enforcement.


4)      Ward crime figures

5)      Survey information

6)      Information exchange


Issues were raised by many of the representatives there. These were speeding on Shearing Hill, children playing football on Clifton Grove, parking on Caernarvon Grove, anti social behaviour on Cavendish Road next to the Cavendish Public House, Wollaton Avenue and Lambley Lane. Speedwatch was mentioned in relation to whether there were possibilities that training could be resumed, as there were members of the public that wished to participate.


7)      Setting of Priorities


Phoenix and St James


Anti social behaviour and criminal damage in and around the Wollaton Avenue area.




Anti social behaviour in the Lambley Lane area and speeding on Shearing Hill and Arnold Lane.




Nothing identified.


Burton Joyce and Stoke Bardolph


Parking in and around the village, especially during school starting and finishing times.


8)      Date and venue of next meeting


Thursday 11th October 2012 at 6.30pm, Carlton Police Station.









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Helen Whant (Police, PC 3202, Gedling North)

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