• Criminality and ASB associated with the supply of controlled drugs including the impact of County Lines • Identifying vulnerability and those at risk of being cuckooed, working with our partner agencies to give them the ability to protect themselves and dealing with the offenders robustly. • Identifying begging hotspots, identifying the offenders and dealing with them robustly. • Acquisitive crimes such as Vehicle crime/ Burglaries and theft of pedal cycles. • Visible and accountable policing
Issued 09 January 2023
• There have been a number of drugs warrants executed and arrests made in relation to the supply of controlled drugs following on from a positive warrant the team were successful in obtaining a closure order at a property which had been causing ASB and a serious nuisance to local residents. Those involved in the drugs trade will continue to be targeted by SNT officers, supported by specialist Police units. We work with partners to protect those at risk of being criminally exploited. • We have close working relationships with the local authorities, local housing associations and other partner agencies, this allows us to identify those at risk and work together with our partners to ensure all aspects are being considered. • We visit our most vulnerable victims regularly, sometimes daily, offering reassurance and support. We have also taken robust action against the offenders, making arrests at the first opportunity and enforcing strict bail conditions, offering an extra layer of support to the victims. • Through listening to the public and through regular patrols of our patch we have identified areas which seem to attract beggars. Regular patrols and consistency when dealing with the individuals involved have worked well as a deterrent. We either move them on or deal with them by arresting and charging them or reporting them to the courts. • Through community intelligence and regular patrols, we have identified regular offenders. We take positive action where we can and disrupt their behaviours using bail conditions and unannounced visits. • Keeping our communities regularly updated with our patrols, actions and results using our social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Derbyshire Alert. • We also attend community forums and hold multi-agency events.