CAPP Panel Agenda Tuesday 31st January 2017 & Update

DATE Tuesday 31st January 2017
VENUE Dunbar Police Station
TIME 19:30 HOURS

1. Welcome

2. Attendance Sheet

3. Update on last month’s priorities

4. Discuss current policing issues

5. Agree priorities for month

6. Date, Time and Venue of next meeting

ACTIONS UPDATE AND PROGRESS REPORT

ACTIONS UPDATE AND PROGRESS REPORT.

Priority

Actions to be Undertaken

Person responsible.

Security of property in East Linton

Report from Dunpender CC representative that numerous East Linton residents are complacent with security – open garages, unlocked bikes on front gardens etc. Posters to be displayed on community notice boards and shops encouraging people to lock up their property.

Dunbar Community Policing Team.

Festive holidays Anti Social Behaviour

Conduct evening patrols dealing with youth behaviour, preventing alcohol consumption, related ASB and associated dangers and later conducting dispersal patrols at licensed premises.

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Link in with ELC regarding various road safety issues associated with the growth of the town.

Various roads, particularly to the south of Belhaven and West Barns, have greatly increased traffic volumes. Issues raised regarding traffic volumes, speeds, road widths, road condition, lighting and signage. To be discussed with elected members and ELC.

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Update on priorities:

Security of property in East Linton

Selection of posters left with Barry Craighead for distribution

Festive holidays Anti Social Behaviour

Numerous patrols conducted in Dunbar and Haddington as numerous Dunbar youths have been socialising in Haddington in recent weeks, issue now subject to a Problem Solving Policing plan. Large quantities of alcohol confiscated.

Link in with ELC regarding various road safety issues associated with the growth of the town.

Email sent to Alan Stubbs who acknowledged my email and forwarded it on to Keith Scott who looks after signage for ELC and Glen Kane, street lighting officer.

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