Ruscote, Hardwick and Neithrop neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

Local priorities - 'You said, We did'

The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:

  • You said: Parking

    The main issue areas are Bath Road, Beaumont Road and around schools in the Town

    We did:
    Parking update for October – We continue to regularly ticket all vehicles parked illegally on Beaumont Road/Beaumont Close and around any of the Primary Schools. Bretch Hill Road in front of the Bradley Arcade shops is becoming a problem area, can we therefore remind people that there are two car parks for these shops in close proximity. Please park your vehicle correctly. Abide by the single/double yellow line restrictions. Don’t park too close to a road junction or by a dropped kerb where access is required. And do not park on the pavement s– they are for pedestrians.

  • You said: Speeding

    The main issue areas are Ruscote Avenue and Longlandes Way

    We did:
    Speeding update for October - We are liaising with our Roads Policing Department with a view to planning some operations in specific problem areas in the near future.

  • You said: Anti-Social Behaviour

    Our main issue areas are the Youth Club, Bretch Hill Estate and Princess Diana Park

    We did:
    ASB Update for October – Ongoing priority patrols have taken place in local parks after a recent increase in anti-social behaviour related incidents. Our Halloween patrols involved officers, PCSO's Cherwell District Council Safer Community Officers, out and about providing reassurance and interacting with the community. We encountered a criminal damage to a vehicle and an assault to a 17yr old during the evening. Officers did give advice to a group of youths seen wearing inappropriate face masks once they had been returned home and their parents/guardians were present.

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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Neighbourhood officers

  • Inspector John Batty

    Inspector John Batty

  • Acting Sergeant Andy Baylis

    Acting Sergeant Andy Baylis

  • PC Alison Robinson

    PC Alison Robinson

  • PC Ian Allen

    PC Ian Allen

  • PC Dan Hopkins

    PC Dan Hopkins

  • PCSO Rebecca Preedy

    PCSO Rebecca Preedy

  • PCSO Charlotte Baylis

    PCSO Charlotte Baylis

  • PCSO Jordan Conlan

    PCSO Jordan Conlan