Clowne

ClowneSafer Neighbourhood Team

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Address:
Bolsover District Council, Sherwood Lodge, Bolsover, Chestefield, S44 6NF
Non-emergency number:
101
This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Clowne. It belongs to the Bolsover policing section. Clowne and its surrounding area developed around the mining industry. Its town centre has seen some major changes, particularly with the building of the new Tesco superstore and the new Chesterfield College campus

Team Members

Matthew Cooling
Member

PC 3260 Matthew Cooling

Simon Galley
Member

PCSO 4554 Simon Galley

Suzanne Fox
Member

PCSO 3834 Suzanne Fox

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Businesses in Clowne encouraged to become safe places for adults with learning disabilities

Businesses in Clowne encouraged to become safe places for adults with learning disabilities

Date:
21st July 2017
Police target illegal motorists in Barlborough with Operation Safedrive

Police target illegal motorists in Barlborough with Operation Safedrive

Date:
22nd December 2016
Meeting for residents in Clowne

Meeting for residents in Clowne

Date:
23rd March 2016
Clowne residents invited to help set policing priorities for their area

Clowne residents invited to help set policing priorities for their area

Date:
25th June 2015
Clowne residents invited to meet and chat to local officers

Clowne residents invited to meet and chat to local officers

Date:
18th June 2015

These priorities were set by your team following community feedback. Contact your team in person, by phone or online to let them know your priorities.

Your current priorities for this neighbourhood

Priority

Parking issues around Clowne Junior and Infant schools, incorporating Ringer Lane, King Street and Rood Lane

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 04/04/2016
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Police patrols will be stepped up around local schools at key times including drop off and pick up times.
  • Officers will be advising motorists and carrying out enforcement if necessary.
  • They will be working with schools to encourage safe and responsible parking at start and finishing times.
  • Working with partner agencies to help educate youngsters about road safety and give them training.
  • Teaching local youngsters about alternative ways of getting to school including cycling, walking and scooting.

Actions and outcomes from previous priorities

Priority

Anti-social behaviour and criminal damage at Chestnut Drive

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 14/04/2014
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Increased patrols carried out in the area alongside the CAN Rangers to deter the behaviour.
  • Advised youngsters about the consequences of their behaviour and further action taken where necessary.
Priority

Anti-social behaviour and nuisance motorcycles around Linear Park and the skate park, Rectory Road, Clowne.

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 23/06/2012
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Increased patrols in the area.
  • Advised youngsters about the consequences of their behaviour and further action taken where necessary.
  • Seized alcohol from any underage drinkers.
  • Issued warnings and seized motorcycles where necessary.
  • Issued warning letters to parents and considered the use of acceptable behaviour contracts as appropiate.
Priority

Thefts from gardens on Church Street

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 18/09/2012
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Increased police and CAN Ranger patrols.
  • Liaised with Guiness Northern Counties housing association to consider improving lighting and security along the rear of College View.
  • Worked with Bolsover District Council and Clowne Parish Council to consider CCTV for the area.
  • Encouraged local residents to report any suspicious activity to police on 101, the non-emergency number.
Priority

Anti-social behaviour around Rectory Road, Mill Street and at the skate park area in Clowne

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 14/04/2014
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Increased patrols in the area.
  • Advised youngsters about the consequences of their behaviour and further action taken where necessary.
  • Seized alcohol from underage drinkers.
  • Issued warning letters to parents and Acceptable Behaviour Contracts set up where appropriate.
Priority

Littering and damage in the area surrounding the Community Centre, on Recreation Close

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 04/03/2013
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Increased patrols in the area alongside CAN Rangers to deter the behaviour.
  • Appropriate action taken against anyone found causing damage to the area.
  • Worked with local agencies, including the district and parish councils, to clear litter from the area and to consider longer term solutions.
Priority

Nuisance motorbikes in Clowne

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 07/07/2014
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Regular patrols were carried out in areas where reports were received of nuisance off road bikes being used.
  • Residents were encouraged to contact police to report any incidents or information to them.
  • Motorbike riders in the area were advised about how their actions were affecting the local community.
  • The team worked closely with partnership agencies to find longer term solutions to issues of anti-social behaviour.
Priority

Anti-social behaviour around Clowne Town Centre, Recreation Close and the Community Centre

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 05/11/2014
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Officers carried out high-visibility patrols in hot spot areas to identify groups taking part in anti-social behaviour (ASB).
  • The Clowne Safer Neighbourhood Team interacted with youngsters to deter them from ASB and encouraged them to take part in diversionary activities.
  • Anyone who was caught taking part in nuisance behaviour were advised about how their actions affect others and how it could lead to further involvement from police and partners.
  • Police also spoke to residents about the work that they are doing to offer reassurance in the community.
Priority

Nuisance motorbikes in Linear Park and around Clowne

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 06/07/2015
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Officers carried out regular patrols in the Linear Park area to speak to nuisance riders and deter the issue.
  • Motorbike riders advised about the effect their behaviour had on the local community.
  • Further positive action taken where necessary.
  • Worked closely with partnership agencies to find longer term solutions to issues of anti-social behaviour.
  • Local residents encouraged to report any incidents of nuisance behaviour to police on 101 or 999 in an emergency.
Priority

Anti-social behaviour in and around the area of Westlea including nuisance vehicles and uninsured drivers

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 21/12/2015
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Regular police patrols were carried out.
  • Officers engaged with and advised any young people, drivers or other individuals of their behaviour and the impact on the local community.
  • Issued Section 59 Warnings where appropriate.
  • Further appropriate positive action taken where necessary.
  • Worked alongside other local partnership agencies to help ensure residents stay and feel safe within the community.

Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeants

Photo: Sergeant 2998 Wendy McBride
  • Sergeant 2998 Wendy McBride
Sergeant 2998 Wendy McBride is responsible for this Safer Neighbourhood Team.

Safer Neighbourhood Events

Find out where and when your Safer Neighbourhood team are holding public events.

Weekly Meetings

Clowne Police Surgery

When: Third Saturday of every month (10.30am - 11.30am)

Where: Clowne Methodist Church Hall, North Road, Clowne

Contact: Clowne Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team - call 101

Every effort will be made by officers to attend, but there may be occasions when unforeseen circumstances may mean officers might not be there. In those cases, please accept our sincere apologies.

You can contact us on the number below, by email to bolsover.neighbourhoods@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk or follow us on Twitter: @ClowneSNT

 

Crime Information

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