Last month Roundup
Beveridge Row, Belhaven:
Area assessed, volume of traffic undoubtedly increased, road between railway bridge and Eweford in very poor condition. Inappropriate speed is possible however speeding of over 30mph realistically not possible due to road layout, parked vehicles and road condition. Have not spoken with developers, their staff are entitled to use the road and as speeding unlikely no reason to speak with them.
Attended with speed gun 1800-2030 on 13th June. Concentrated on A198 due to complaints of speeding motorcyclists on Wednesday evenings. Due to poor weather no motorcyclists seen, eight car drivers stopped and warned regarding their speed.
Dog fouling in East Linton:
Update from Jimmy Wilson.
Current Policing Issues:
Multiple thefts and attempt thefts in the area, attempt theft of a caravan, theft of a van, theft of caravan, fuel thefts from vehicles and multiple break ins to vans with tools stolen. CID following positive line of enquiry.
Youth issues much better in recent weeks after officers brought in to the town to deal specifically with youth issues in Dunbar and also at Bullet Hill.
DATE OF NEXT MEETING: Tuesday 19th July 2018.
|Priority||Actions to be Undertaken||Person responsible.|
|Youth issues over the summer school break||Patrols of the known hot spots throughout the summer holidays||Dunbar Community Policing Team
ELC Community Wardens
|Educational Access Fund||Link in with Dunbar Grammar School to ascertain if funds allocated to the Active Schools Coordinator by Local Area Partnership can be used for diversionary work.||Dunbar Community Policing Team|
|Obstruction of roadway by East Linton Bridge||Link in with East Lothian Council requesting consideration is given to yellow lines on north side of bridge in East Linton.||Dunbar Community Policing Team|