Alumwell Neighbourhood

I am Police Community Support Officer Suresh Kumar RETNASINGHAM (Sid) with West Midlands Police Service curentley with Alumwell Neighbourhood Policing Team. I am single point contact for Walsall Manor Hospital and Dorothy Patterson Psychiatric Hospital, in Walsall. I have been with WMP 21 years. The towns of Brownhills, Aldridge, Bloxwich, Willenhall, Darlaston and Walsall make up the Borough, which is home to an estimated population of 254,500 people (2007). Walsall is a diverse and multi-cultural borough, with over 180,000 residents aged 16 to 74 and over 41.7% of the population in employment. Traditionally an industrial area and famous for its leather and lock industries, Walsall Borough is now recognised for its art gallery, state of the art College and a brand new hospital which is scheduled to open this summer (2010). Policing in the borough is based on local authority Neighbourhood Management Area (NMA) boundaries, and each team consists of a sergeant and a number of police constables, police community support officers and special constables. Together their sole objective is to tackle crime and address issues of greatest concern to residents, particularly anti-social behaviour. Set up your own Neighbourhood Watch Set up your own Neighbourhood Watch, a proven way to reduce crime. Households in active neighbourhood watch schemes tend to experience less crime as they are more aware of their personal and home security and pay more attention to what is going on in their street. Regular contact with neighbourhood policing teams brings greater awareness of what is going on in their area. In addition, being part of neighbourhood watch brings other benefits, for example: ‘Relay’ messages – the relay system is a free automated messaging system that is used to send out crime prevention and other messages to neighbourhood watch co-ordinators. Regular newsletters. These can also be sent out be e-mail Access to other services, offered by the Home Office, Safer Walsall Partnership and West Midlands Police Cheaper home insurance! Neighbourhood watch street signs available free of charge You can be assured of plenty of support from the police and fellow co-ordinators. The amount of work involved is minimal, and setting up a scheme is very easy. To find out more or to arrange a face to face meeting ring Kevin Pitt on 01922 439103 or email him at the Walsall community Safety team on n_walsall_cst@west_midlands.pnn.police.uk. You can also visit the Neighbourhood Watch website at http://www.neighbourhoodwatch.net for more information. Priorities Drug Dealing and Anti Social Behaviour Thicketts Close area. Residents have been complaining about groups of youths hanging around the flats and on the canal bridge smoking drugs and being intimidating due to their numbers. Officers from the Alumwell NPT will patrol the area on a daily basis and will speak to and encounter youths in and around that area and make any arrests as is necessary. Street pride have already been contacted and have cleaned the area of drug paraphenalia and also condoms and alcohol. Prostitution and kerb crawlers in Scarborough Road and Woodwards Road. Residents have complained of prostitutes being in Scarborough Road and Woodwards Road which in turn has seen an increase of traffic including kerb crawlers in the area. Officers from the Alumwell NPT have been working half nights to tackle the issue and have reported several females for loitering and have targetted males who have visited the area looking for these girls. Several males have since been arrested and charged. We are dedicated to stopping this issue in Alumwell. Parking Issues Moat Road and Ida Road. Residents and Hospital visitors and patients have complained to Officers regarding poor and inconsiderate parking in and around the Manor Hospital Site. Alumwell Team have dedicated patrols to this area and have issued a large number of tickets to those that are ilegally parked. Warning notices have also been placed on other vehicles. Officers have been working closely with the NHS Trust and have encorporated this issue into the monthly street watch which we do with local residents.

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