February Wistaston and Willaston local update THANK YOU

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Hi all,

February in policing Wistaston/ Willaston has been successful, however we are always looking to improve, to ensure we provide the best service possible. We want to take the time to thank you all, for taking the time to trust in us, and confide in us, with intelligence moving forward! We work by our #TackleNotTolerate approach and will continue this.

Our emails are Sophie.jebb@cheshire.pnn.police.uk and tim.clark@cheshire.pnn.police.uk or you can call 101 quoting collar number 22915 (Sophie Jebb Bowman) if you’d prefer a direct contact method.

Just a little sneak peak of what we’ve been up-to in February:
 We have traced a suspicious male, which was causing significant distress to local residents, who has been charged with x 3 offences. In addition, shut down a ‘drug den’ whereby a vulnerable elderly lady was being exploited, and have been reassuring the lovely elderly resident moving forward. A third note, we’ve identified x 2 youths who were responsible for a spout of ASB/ theft and criminal damage. Which has now come to an absolute halt (so far!).

Continued committed engagement with our communities: local schools, breaking down barriers with young people. This includes running an internet safety campaign during half-term, at both Lettie Spencer and Joey The Swan to educate both parents/carers/young people about staying safe online. A new youth group is being formed, and this is a credit to local residents, willing to come forward, to improve services for our young people. Please visit “Wistaston Youth Group” on Facebook or contact my-self (PCSO Sophie Jebb Bowman) directly, to express an interest.

Furthermore, we are continuing to work with our dedicated and passionate local churches, with one being attending Wistaston Council Civic Service, which we were honoured to attend. We thank both St Mary’s Church and St Lukes for allowing us a meeting place, and temporary office space for clerical.

Speed enforcement and visibility across both areas is conducted weekly, and road safety patrols are continual too. We will continue to enforce this.

Enough for the essay now (it was meant to be short, but sweet, however, we want to ensure you are all informed as best as possible!).

Stay safe, and please call us on 101 or 999 in an emergency!

Thank you and we wish you all a happy, healthy and safe March!

Your local officers, Sophie and Tim!
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Sophie Jebb Bowman (Police, Community Support Officer, Crewe)

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