Maidenhead West neighbourhood
The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:
PRIORITIES LAUNCHED IN FEBRUARY 2015
- Burglary or theft from a property Burglary and theft from a property has become the top priority in Maidenhead West across the area, including Whurley Way, Cranbrook Dr, Havelock cres, Shifford Cres, The Street, Twyford Rd, Cookham Reach Sailing Club. Pinkneys Green Cricket Club and Green Scouts Club.
- Speeding/Dangerous Driving . Speeding and dangerous driving has become a top priority for the West area especially in the following areas: Briar Dene, Cranbrook Drive, Terrys Ln, The Pound, Poundfield Lane, Gardener Rd, Shifford Cres, Smewins Rd, Milley, Waltham Rd, Allenby Rd, Highfield Rd, Brook Lane Fm, Halifax Rd, Downfield Rd, Shurlock Row, Twyford Rd, Highway Ave, Highway Rd, Bisham Rd, Grubwood Lane, Henley Rd, Mossy Vale, Hurly High St.
- Noisy Cars, Motorcycles and Mopeds Noisy cars and motorcycles has been identified in the following areas Milley Road, Broom Hill, Winterhill Car park.
- Parking Issues are the 4th priority and problems have been identified in the following areas:Allenby Rd, Shifford Crescent, Waltham Rd, White Waltham Village, Oaken Grove, Alwyn Rd, Highfield Rd, Courthouse Rd, Havlock Rd, Queensway, A4 Knowl Hill, Oaken Grove, Lincoln Rd, Halifax Cls, Pinkneys Rd, Budgens Highway Ave, Whyteladies Lane,, Camden Rd, Switchback shop service yard on Sunderland Rd, Farm Road Shops.
These are being dealt with by your neighbourhood policing team in partnership with residents and other agencies. Progress will be reported in the Neighbourhood updates.
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Inspector Mike Darrah
Sergeant Adrian Blades
PC Dave Higgs
PC Denise Jenkins
PC Sharon Palfrey
PC Simon Eziashi
PCSO Steph Lewis
PCSO Lorraine Holmes
PCSO Simon Howland
PCSO James Hope