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Policing priority now closed for the Kirk Hallam and Hallam Fields neighbourhood

Posted on 17th June 2014

Residents in the Kirk Hallam and Hallam Fieldsneighbourhood are happy to close the policing priority for their area.

The local community had set the priority profile at their local panel meeting for officers to tackle anti-social behaviour in the Thurman Street, Nottingham Road and The Triangle area of the neighbourhood.

PC Louise Stevenson from the policing team said:” I have worked closely with the local residents to address their concerns.  

“At the last panel meeting on Monday, June 16, the above priority profile was closed as a result of numerous patrols and dispersal of groups gathering in the area.

“The local community were happy with our efforts to resolve the problems and did not set any new priorities.

”The only low level concern that has been highlighted is an issue with nuisance mopeds being ridden particularly around the Kirk Hallam and Keswick Close area.

"We will increase patrols in this area and positive action will be taken with the bikers if they are seen to be causing a nuisance and affecting the quality of life for local people in that area.”

Members of the public are invited to attend the local panel meetings to raise any issues or concerns they have and to help set the priorities the team will tackle.

Meetings are held to set priorities for police and other organisations, such as local councils, to target over the next three months.

PC Stevenson continued:” The next Neighbourhood Panel Meeting will take place in September, keep a look out for our posters or the Kirk Hallam and Hallam Fields web page on the force website for the time and venue.

If you have an issue you would like to raise but cannot make the meeting please contact the team by calling the police non-emergency number 101. 

You can also email the team on ilkeston.neighbourhoods@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk||. |

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