City North Strategic Priorities: January 2024 to March 2024
Our partners have assisted us in reinforcing our 'Local Policing Priorities' that effect and concern the community. These priorities do not replace those agreed at the NAT meetings, nor those defined through the respect survey, in fact this reinforces and compliments them.
Every three months sees a renewing of the three priorities we should have each quarter, we have focussed on what matters to our communities, we agreed to set and review the top 3 main priorities. The meeting to discuss these priorities is held every 3 months, and is attended by Local Neighbourhood Development officers, Police, Nottingham City Council Anti-Social Behaviour Principle officer, also the Community Protection Team, to look at data provided by the Nottinghamshire Police Crime Commissioners Office, following perception surveys they conduct of the area around gaining local community concerns.
I have purposely and holistically looked to include those priorities concerning our community, these do NOT detract from other priorities such as, Auto crime, speeding, Thefts and several others including nuisance and littering.
We discuss, local community feedback provided to us by the Neighbourhood Development officers, which allows us to be more informed.
The agreed Priorities for the next 3 months, January 2024 to March 2024 inclusive.
1. Acquisitive Crime: (Burglary, Robbery, Shoplifting, Theft). 2. Drugs (Possession, Possession with intent to supply, cultivation of cannabis) 3. ASB
Issued 23 January 2024
January 2024 update
The following are the current local policing priorities.
1. Acquisitive Crime: (Burglary, Robbery, Shoplifting, Theft). 2. Drugs (Possession, Possession with intent to supply, cultivation of cannabis) 3. ASB (Including speeding)
I am confident we are in a good position to see some significant reductions in crime across the area.
Clearly we cannot deal with the issues affecting the area without the support from the local residents, businesses, and partners. It will be of no surprise to anyone that there are clear links between drug use and acquisitive crime whether that be burglary, shop thefts or vehicle crime.
These offences along with the ASB linked to the dealing of these substances causes misery to many. We are committed to tackling this and I would encourage anyone with information about such activity to report it to the police or via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Please don’t assume that anyone else has reported it – The information people have can be the missing piece in the jigsaw and may be the information we need to support a warrant being granted by the courts to allow us to take enforcement action.