September Newsletter

News Letter
September 2019
Daresbury local Policing Unit (Moore, Sandymoor, Preston Brook, Daresbury, Windmill Hill)
Anti-Social Behavior

We have been having ongoing issues on all of the Busways across Runcorn with people throwing objects at busses and causing damage and even injuries to people on board.
This is now a Priority for Runcorn LPU and it is being tackled head on by the Beat Management Team.

Off road bikes
As you know or experience off road bikes are always an ongoing issue BUT unfortunately we had the biggest issue we have ever had on Saturday 7th September where approximately 40+ bikes congregated and made such an issue in Runcorn it was not at all manageable. I can assure you that we are investigating this and will be taking action where we can. This incident was by far the worst we have ever had.

We are tackling this on a daily basis but do let us know if there are any issues you can assist with.

Roads Policing
Officers have been out with the TruCam (Speed Camera) in different areas this month with a number of drivers not adhering to the speed limits.
We have had a very high number in Preston Brook so we will carry on Enforcing this area aswell as other areas of high reports.

Police Surgeries
We will be holding surgeries at Sandymoor School & Windmill Hill Children’s Centre.
If you have any issues or just want a chat then come along and see me.

Sarge’s Surgery 18th September @ 18:00
2nd October @ 14:00
7th October @ 15:00
22nd October @ 14:00
28th October @
Windmill Hill Children’s Centre
23rd September @ 14:00
14th October @ 15:00
4th November @ 15:00

Don’t Forget SARGE’S Surgery is on the 18th September at Sandymoor School 18:00-19:00

Parking Issues
There has been a lot of Parking issues this month in various locations across the area, I have been dealing with these as I come across them. We are having a lot of issues around schools as we anticipated but we are slowly reducing the issues and are making our way around all schools.

The event was a busy one as we expected and we did have a few incidents which we dealt with in the best possible way. There are a few incidents that are being investigated by officers.
I hope we supported the local community in the best way we could during the event.

PC Simon Saul 3959 & PCSO David Fallows 23083
Cheshire Constabulary | Runcorn Local Policing Unit, Second Avenue, Halton Lea, Runcorn, WA7 2HG
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David Fallows (Police, Community Support Officer, Runcorn LPU)