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NOV BLOG: INSPECTOR AHMED

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Earlier this
month we conducted a test purchase operation to compliance check underage
drinking in licensed premises. Out of the 18 venues tested, 4 unfortunately
fell short of the standards expected. Due process will be followed to deal with
those who failed.

The Police
investigation into the firearm incident at Das Kino on 3rd November
2018 has been progressing at quite a pace. On Friday 23rd November
2018 two men were charged with attempted murder. The investigation continues,
and we would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or heard
anything that could be of interest to the investigation. Please call us on 101
quoting incident number 952 of 3rd November 2018.

The firearm
incident in the City Centre is an isolated case and plenty of officers will be
on patrol to the run up to Christmas so please be reassured that our City
Centre is a safe place to live, work and visit.

The marquee
has been out for around 4 weeks at St Peters Square to deter mamba use.
Officers have also been starting work early in the morning to capture dealers.
This has resulted in a number of arrests and feedback from the local church and
businesses has been positive with an improvement in the area. This piece of
work will continue.

Christmas
light switch on was a success with everyone being able to enjoy the event with
all its offerings.

I am
delighted to introduce a new proactive team in the City Centre made up of two
beat team officers and two Response officers with a Sergeant at the helm.  They will proactively target all forms of
criminality and ASB in the City Centre to ensure safety and security of law
abiding citizens.

In last month’s
addition I detailed the ASB issues on Booth Close. We are very close to a
successful conclusion to this issue and will continue to keep you updated.

As always, if you have any comment,
please email me at anwaar.ahmed@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

until next month…take care.

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