October Newsletter

News Letter

October 2019

Daresbury local Policing Unit (Moore, Sandymoor, Preston Brook, Daresbury, Windmill Hill)

Anti-Social Behaviour

The issues with items being thrown from busway’s and bridges in the Runcorn area is still ongoing and is now a priority for Runcorn Police. We will be tackling the incidents head on to stop this as soon as we can.
There has been issues on building sites around Phoenix park where fences and machinery has been damaged by people breaking into the site and throwing stones at the equipment, we will be talking with site managers about securing equipment more efficiently to prevent damage.

Off Road Bikes

As you know or experience off road bikes are always an ongoing issue following an incident last month a number of people on bikes will be knocks on the door in the near future. There will be a social media post seeking help from the public for information on the incident.
Please report any incidents or intelligence via 101.


There is a few locations we are attending very regular at the moment in relation to people using and dealing drugs it is an ongoing issue and we will carry on giving visibility to areas reported to us.

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 and Sandymoor so we will carry on in these areas every week.

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.

Sandymoor School

2nd October @ 14:00
7th October @ 15:00
22nd October @ 14:00
28th October @ 15:00

Windmill Hill Children’s Centre

23rd September @ 14:00
14th October @ 15:00
4th November @ 15:00

Sarge’s Surgery was held at Sandymoor School on the schools open evening so it was very busy BUT no one came along to see us! Such a waste of an opportunity to speak with the Sarge about anything.

Parking Issues
Still issues with Parking EVERYWHERE so we will carry on dealing and advising with issues when they Park.
Schools are still a big issue please park safe for the children and considerately for local residents. I will carry on visiting schools daily to keep everyone safe and hopefully get a few smiles from the kids as well.

Christmas shopping has started so places are getting much busier please be careful when out and about and be sure to secure all property and vehicles.

                     PC Simon Saul 3959 & PCSO David Fallows 23083

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David Fallows (Police, Community Support Officer, Runcorn LPU)