BURGLARYNone this week – which is really good news.
CRIME PREVENTION Unfortunately, the heft of lead flashing seems to be on the rise again (see Page One story) and there was one incident this week at Hinchcliffe mills where lead was stolen. There are a number of ways you can prevent/make it harder for thieves to steal/sell the lead and that is by using a special paint which makes the smelting of the lead more difficult and unattractive to scrap yards who take the lead in. This can be bought at any good local DIY business.
VEHICLE CRIME Unfortunately we have had in total 23 vehicles that have had their tyres slashed with what appears to be a screwdriver. These occurred on Taylor Street, Station Road and adjoining streets. At Titanic Mills a number of vehicles also had their tyres slashed. All offences occurred overnight. It appears to be completely random attacks.We will be stepping up our patrols in the area and making follow up enquiries into who is responsible. If anyone has any information as to who it could be please contact us at the Valleys NPT on tel 01484 436855.
THEFTOne vehicle was stolen from Slaithwaite where thieves cut a chain which was securing a Yamaha motorcycle registration number X861 AHE.
OUR LOCAL PRIORITIESColne Valley – Anti Social Behaviour and Criminal Damage in the centre of Marsden centring around Peel Street and then moving out to include the Dirker estate.
CONTACT POINTThe contact point at Marsden will no longer continue. However, the contact point at Slaithwaite Fire Station will continue. Contact 01484 436855
PUBLIC MEETINGSPartners and Community Together meetings (PACT) are changing venue and we are making it personal to you.Since the start of PACT meetings we here in The Valleys have attended Area Committee Meetings (ACM) and given an update at those. As the Area Committees have all joined together to form The Town & Valley Committee in relation to public meetings we are on the move as well. We are now at the Longwood Mechanics Hall on the first Saturday of the month between 10am and noon.Saturday 2nd April2 2011 Saturday May 7 2011Saturday June 4 We would urge you to call into any of the above and let us know where you want your local officers to work on your local priorities. Contact us either by phone, letter, e-mail, stop us in the street whilst out and about in your area. Contact: 01484 436855 or email@example.com