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Our Commitment

Northumbria Police is committed to tackling crime in your area.

We want to know what your issues are and how we can help solve them.

You can view our commitment to you here.

You can contact us via the 'Feedback' link or you can call the police on:

Call 999 if there is any danger or risk to life or a crime in progress.

Call 101 for non-emergencies.
This is a general number to contact the police and request information or advice.

Text 07786 200 814 for non-emergencies.

Neighbourhood priorities

Northumbria Police aims to meet our commitment to you.

The following Neighbourhood priorities relate to your area:

1. October 2014: Anti-Social behaviour around North Shields Metro Station

“What you told us”

There has been an increase in the anti-social behaviour at and in the streets around North Shields Metro Station as well as youths hanging around.

“What we are doing about it”

Additional police patrols are to be carried out in this area.

Positive action is being taken when dealing with this type of incident.

Neighbourhood teams are re-contacting victims, obtaining descriptions of the youths and vehicles committing anti-social behaviour. 

Tenancy enforcement visits are also being made to the home addresses of those responsible.

“Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening. Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings, street walkabouts and on the website via:

http://www.northumbria.police.uk/your_neighbourhood/north_tyneside/north_shields/


2. October 2014: Anti-Social behaviour at The Parks Sports Centre and nearby Linear Park

“What you told us”

There has been an increase in youth Anti Social behaviour in this area particularly between 4pm and 10pm.

“What we are doing about it”

North Tyneside Council have been working with young people in the area to divert them away from causing Anti-Social behaviour.

Additional signage has been installed in the area warning against this activity.

CCTV has also been installed in some locations to record evidence of those committing offences.

North Tyneside Council have been carrying out extra patrols in the area.

Additional Police patrols are being carried out in the area.

Positive action is being taken when dealing with reported incidents.

North Tyneside Council Safer Estates Team have been carrying out home visits on those responsible.

“Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening. Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings, street walkabouts and on the Website via:

http://www.northumbria.police.uk/your_neighbourhood/north_tyneside/north_shields/


3. October 2014: Anti-Social behaviour on Ripley Avenue and surrounding streets.

“What you told us” 

There has been an increase in Anti-Social behaviour in this area particularly between 4pm and 11pm.

“What we are doing about it”

North Tyneside Council have been working with young people in the area to divert them away from Anti-Social behaviour.

North Tyneside Council have been carrying out extra patrols in the area.

Additional Police patrols are being carried out in the area.

Positive action is being taken when dealing with reported incidents.

North Tyneside Council Safer Estates Team have been carrying out home visits on those responsible.

North Tyneside Council and Northumbria Police have been issuing Acceptable Behaviour Agreements to those responsible.

Police visibility has been increased in the locality at key times. 

“Keeping you informed”

Police Community Support Officers will be engaging with the Community to let them know what is happening. Further updates will be provided at local Police surgeries, meetings, street walkabouts and on the website via:

 http://www.northumbria.police.uk/your_neighbourhood/north_tyneside/north_shields/