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Belmont & Newton Farm SNT Newsletter August 2014


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From Dippy. Also, do other areas get these news letters?? And if so, are they due out at the same time??

 

For the last 10 years have lived 4 miles to the NW of Hereford - never had a newsletter from the SNT - in fact never seen a patrolling Police Officer or PCSO from WMP - the MOD Police do patrol the lanes at irregular intervals , suppose we are lucky in that respect . It's good that at least one SNT do a newsletter.

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The West Mercia local area boundaries are bonkers - it splits Hereford City Northside and Southside - but south side covers some of the north and vice-versa and St James is covered by both! How is Joe Public supposed to know who to call - if there's an affray in Nelson St, for instance, it could be north or south, depending on which side of the road! And what if they cross over before the Police arrive? 

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The West Mercia local area boundaries are bonkers - it splits Hereford City Northside and Southside - but south side covers some of the north and vice-versa and St James is covered by both! How is Joe Public supposed to know who to call - if there's an affray in Nelson St, for instance, it could be north or south, depending on which side of the road! And what if they cross over before the Police arrive? 

 

Well, if they cross over the line, i guess that set of police turn around and go home?.................................or maybe they will deal with the problem. 

 

Im pretty sure that a 999 call for a serious incident will get the response you need. 

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Local polic and CSOs often in front of ASDA, but not on a regular advertised way. The CSO based at The Hereford Academy is there for the students primarily. She hears the problems and worries of young people and their families and is doing a great job.

Nothing new in this, happens in many secondary schools and colleges.

 

The community police and CSOs are around all of the time in South Wye, sometimes on their bikes, sometimes in a car. They work closely with community groups and Councillors. In and out of the schools, community centres and arrears where people feel vulnerable, play areas and local shops.

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