Update on police public consultations held in calne and local villages

Alert message sent 15/07/2021 12:12:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police

Recently, Calne Neighourhood Officers conducted several public consultation sessions. One this occasion these sessions were held in Phelps Parade and in the villages of Derry Hill and Cherhill.

Over the past year we have not been able to engage with our community as much as we’d like due to the lockdown restrictions in place. These events were a great opportunity to get back into our community speaking to lots of members of the public due the reduction of COVID restrictions.

Lots of people attend, and many topics were raised to us - domestic violence, home security, youth related Anti-social Behaviour, neighbour issues, noise related problems, drugs activity and other matters.

The underlining issue which was continually highlighted to us, that we have already been taking action on was that of speeding vehicles within Calne and our surrounding rural villages.

Due to this, over the next few weeks and months we will be taking steps to increase our policing of speeding and vehicle being using in an anti-social manner in the locations which have been brought to our attention.

We will be looking to conduct more consultation sessions in the future. We will also be keeping you updated on any actions taken in regards to speeding vehicles, and any other policing related activities in Calne.
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Mark Cook (Police, PCSO, CPT Chippenham)
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