Neighbourhood priorities

Neighbourhood Priorities

The following Neighbourhood priorities relate to your area:

1. January 2018: Reduce burglary dwellings in the Cramlington and Seaton Valley area

"What you told us"    

There has been an increase in burglary dwellings in the Cramlington area.

"What we are doing about it"      

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

Positive action is being taken when dealing with incidents reported by members of the public.  

Neighbourhood officers are continuing to take positive action against those responsible for this activity, offenders have been arrested and are currently remanded in custody.

Reactive and Proactive investigation is underway to identify those individuals responsible and also those persons who buy and sell stolen items.

"Keeping you informed"

We will conduct high visibility patrols in the area and positive action will be taken against offenders.     

2. January 2018: Speeding in the Cramlington and Seaton Valley area.

"What you told us"

Residents have informed Police about speeding issues during community engagement events in Cramlington and throughout the sectors villages.  The local community has raised concerns in relation to speeding motor vehicles travelling on our roads through the same towns and villages across the sector. 

"What we are doing about it" 

High visible Community Speed Watch sessions will continue in areas identified by residents which will be conducted by Neighbourhood Officers and Community Speed Watch Volunteers.  This will be to:

- target the motorists in those locations highlighted

- provide high profile presence for local residents and a deterrent to motorists putting other road users at risk

- advise, warn and prosecute drivers where appropriate.

Keeping you informed

Residents will be informed of successes via the Northumbria Police Sector website, social and local media, officers attending community meetings, and patrolling officers.