Ruscote, Hardwick and Neithrop 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 have issued over 50 tickets during last 4 weeks, predominately to vehicles parked on Warwick Road & Beaumont Road, all for single and double yellow line offences.
You said: Speeding
The main issue areas are Ruscote Avenue and Longlandes Way
In conjunction with our traffic officers we are running some high visability mobile patrols in the area over the coming month. This will cover areas where reports have been received of regular speeding vehicles. The PCSO's along with volunteer members of the public will also be carrying out a number of speedwatch operations in the coming weeks. Speeding motorists beware.
You said: Anti-Social Behaviour
Our main issue areas are the Youth Club, Bretch Hill Estate and Princess Diana Park
ASB Update – We are currently running Op Jacana on the two Banbury neighbourhood teams which started 8/8/16 and ends 4/9/16. The aim of this operation is to combat the increase in ASB related calls to police over the summer holiday period. High Visability patrols have commenced in hotspots that have been identified by members of the public via our 101 number, emails, Twitter feed and officers knowledge.
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 John Batty
Acting Sergeant Andy Baylis
PC Alison Robinson
PC Ian Allen
PC Dan Hopkins
PCSO Rebecca Preedy
PCSO Charlotte Baylis
PCSO Paul Gale