Date of next meeting: Wednesday 6th November 2019

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Cut out cops Locate in the vicinity of primary schools, especially Innerwick, Stenton and East Linton Dunbar Community Officers
West End of Brodie Road Encourage residents to report concerns to police or ELC ASB team.  Attend public tenants association meeting, conduct leaflet drop, conduct high visibility foot patrols. Dunbar Community Officers

Dunbar Community Warden

Innerwick vandalism Following reports of youths causing damage conduct weekend evening patrol of Innerwick area including Innerwick and Thurston cemeteries, play park and primary school Dunbar Community Officers

Dunbar Community Warden

Last month’s priorities:


Between 11.10 and 11.40 on 8th August at High Street, East Linton speed check conducted, 45 vehicles checked, 12 stopped and warned, highest speed 28, no tickets issued

Between 12.00 and 12.30 on 8th August a speed check was conducted on Belhaven Road.  About 80 vehicles had their speed checked, 25 were stopped and warned and 2 charged and to be reported to the Procurator fiscal due to excessive speeds of 35 and 38mph.

Between 16.30 and 17.00 on 12th August at High Street, East Linton speed check conducted.  Multiple vehicles checked, 1 ticket issued for doing 29mph and a male reported to procurator fiscal for doing 35mph.

Dangerous Parking

Since the schools have resumed I’ve attended the locus on three occasions and agree the lines of sight can be poor for residents to access Belhaven Road.  Email sent to East Lothian Council.

Anti Social Behaviour on Dunbar High Street

Patrols conducted on Friday and Saturday nights.  Problem tenant of 34 High Street moved on.  Hopefully a marked improvement in issues for local residents.

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