Your Safer Neighbourhood team (SNT) is a group of local police officers, Police Community Support Officers and Specials dedicated to serving your community.
We are proud to work closely with local authorities, community leaders and residents to decide our policing priorities for the area. This helps us to find useful, long-term solutions to local problems, while maintaining our wider focus on preventing and reducing crime, protecting the vulnerable and providing reassurance across Derbyshire.
• Speeding. This issue has been raised at all of the latest round of Neighbourhood forums as being a concern for the public as well as a common answer/concern on Derbyshire talking surveys and at community events. • Prolific shoplifters Swadlincote town centre. SNT will regularly engage with shop keepers in person, via shop Watch schemes, our newly formed shop WhatsApp group. We will undertake highly visible patrols to provide visible deterrent and community reassurance as well as plain clothed patrols to identify offenders.
Issued 28 September 2023
Speeding We will:- 1. Conduct High Visibility patrols to reduce speeders 2. Engage with Community Speed Watch groups in action 3. Actively encourage new Community speed watch groups to be set up in areas highlighted by the community as having speeding issues or from Derbyshire talking results 4. Add social media/Derbyshire alert posts around speeding and reducing speed 5. Conduct Speed checks in highlighted areas 6. Engage with Partners/Parish councils to work on lasting solutions to help reduce speeding 7. Feedback our results and actions via Newsletters, Derbyshire alert and Social media Prolific shoplifters Swadlincote town centre. We will:- 1.Regularly engage with shop keepers in person, via shop Watch schemes, Via our newly formed shop WhatsApp group. 2.Regularly engage with South Derbyshire Enforcement officers who also patrol Swadlincote town centre 3.Undertake highly visible patrols to provide visible deterrent and community reassurance. 4.Undertake plain clothed patrols to identify offenders. 5.Feedback our results and actions via Newsletters, Derbyshire alert and Social media