Your local policing team is made up of dedicated neighbourhood officers and community support officers based in your community, supported by additional officers from the wider area. We work closely with our partners and engage the community when deciding our policing priorities for your area. By working together we aim to find solutions to longstanding local problems while maintaining our wider focus on preventing crime and antisocial behaviour across Nottinghamshire.
For the next three months we have set the following three crime priorities for the Broxtowe area;1. DRUGS2. ROAD CRIME3. THEFT
Actioned 01 April 2022
Policing Priorities: January 2022
Issued 01 January 2022
My local teams and I are determined to tackle and reduce incidents of burglary, drugs and road crime and these will be my area priorities for the next three months. This decision has been made after reviewing crime trends and listening to the concerns of local residents and businesses and what issues matter most to you.BURGLARYI’m pleased that house burglaries continue to decrease in Broxtowe thanks to the hard work of the neighbourhood policing team, our dedicated Broxtowe Operation Reacher team and our burglary investigations team. However we will never be complacent and we need to keep the pressure on as the impact on burglary victims is so great.DRUGSTwo operations will continue to focus on the drugs trade operating in the area.Operation Hadar in Eastwood entails high-visibility patrols, covert activity and proactive, intelligence-led targeting of key suspects, including the enforcement of search warrants wherever this is possible. We will work with and alongside internal and external partners to achieve our aims in this. Additionally we will work with housing sector partners to pursue eviction and closure proceedings against problem premises.Operation Larkspur has been in existence since August 2020 and was set up to proactively target antisocial behaviour, violence and criminality, including the local drug trade in Stapleford, following an increase in these types of incidents coming out of the first national Covid-19 lockdown.Both of these operations will see additional patrols in place to provide reassurance and crack down on criminality but I do need the community support to achieve this so please tell us what is happening out there so I can direct my proactive work. I assure you that anything you tell us will be treated in the strictest confidence and reviewed by a member of my team to identify tactics around the information.ROAD CRIMEListening to our community we have brought in a new priority for the area and that is ROAD CRIME SAFETY. This will encompass speeding, thefts and crime for all vehicles on our roads. Over the next three months, our plan is to utilise ANPR tactics to identify and tackle risk on our highways, deploy capture bikes across our areas to identify bike thief’s, host community speeding operations to reduce danger on our roads and provide the community with targeted crime advice events to help protect our vehicles.
Actioned 01 January 2022
Following consultation with partners and the public, we have set three new local crime priorities;