CAPP AGREED PRIORITIES

DATE             Wednesday 12th September 2018

VENUE      Dunbar Police Station

TIME          19:30 HOURS

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:  Monday 22nd October  2018.

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Youths and adults cycling on pavements Liaise with schools to reinforce that youths and adults should not be cycling on pavement Dunbar Community Officers / School link officer
Speeding in 20mph trial zones 3 x speed checks to be conducted at Queens Road, Dunbar and Drylaw Terrace, East Linton Dunbar Community Officers
Parking complaints in East Linton Link in with Parking Enforcement Officers regarding complaints received about illegal parking in the vicinity of East Linton town square Dunbar Community Officers

Tonight: Dunbar Community and Police Partnership

Come along tonight to find out or feedback on how 20mph is working near you.

7.30pm, Wednesday 12th September at Dunbar Police Station.

Regards

Gavin Ross

PC4821-J
Dunbar and East Linton Community Officer
Lothian and Scottish Borders
Police Scotland / Poileas Alba.

ACTIONS UPDATE AND PROGRESS REPORT

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Belhaven area Following complaint to MSP and attendance of numerous residents at CAPP continue to monitor speed and ASB in Belhaven area and after attending on three occasion’s complete report of findings regarding road safety and ASB. Dunbar Community Officers
Queens Road Further complaints of speeding on A1087 between Dunbar and Broxburn, previously 60mph limit, now 30 past Avant and Robertson homes and 40 through Broxburn Dunbar Community Officers
A1 junction by Eweford Contact ELC regarding potholes at junction requiring repair. Dunbar Community Officers

 

Belhaven area

Area given passing attention and speed gun deployed on a second occasion after the introduction of the 20mph limits; again no issues detected.

 

Queens Road

Competing priorities have meant we have been unable to complete this.

 

A1 junction by Eweford

ELC reminded of the issue

DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES 19th July 2018

Last month Roundup

Youth issues over the summer school break:

Noticeable decrease in volume of youth related calls.  When possible youth patrols being conducted.

Educational Access Fund

Linked in with DGS staff, request made regarding specific youth given invitation to activities throughout summer holidays.  This was already in place and they were checking that the youths I had specified were on the list they had compiled.

Obstruction of roadway by East Linton Bridge

Linked in with Peter Forsyth at ELC, he will initially approach the owners of the Linton Hotel in order to alleviate the issues sooner rather than later, should the problem continue Peter will pursue the lineage option.

Current Policing Issues:

Complaints received about speeding and ASB at Shore Road area.  Attention given to youths in cars at car park and speed check conducted, now that travellers in car park area getting further attention.

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:      Wednesday 12th September 2018.

Priorities

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Belhaven area Following complaint to MSP and attendance of numerous residents at CAPP continue to monitor speed and ASB in Belhaven area and after attending on three occasion’s complete report of findings regarding road safety and ASB. Dunbar Community Officers
Queens Road Further complaints of speeding on A1087 between Dunbar and Broxburn, previously 60mph limit, now 30 past Avant and Robertson homes and 40 through Broxburn Dunbar Community Officers
A1 junction by Eweford Contact ELC regarding potholes at junction requiring repair. Dunbar Community Officers

Speeding up Sailor’s Bank
cc-by-sa/2.0 – © Peter Whatley – geograph.org.uk/p/904407

 

DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES Tuesday 19th June 2018

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.

Tyninghame speeding:

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.

Priorities

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

DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES Tuesday 8th May 2018

Last month Roundup

No priorities created at last meeting due to low attendance.

In relation to previous priorities a speed check was carried out for an hour yesterday at the A1087 by the Robertson homes, one ticket issued and numerous drivers warned for travelling just over the limit.

Countess Road crossing: following on from a number of complaints police, council and representative of DPS parents council are conducting a site visit tomorrow morning.

Youth issues:  marked improvement in number of complaints

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:      Tuesday 19th June

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Beveridge Row, Belhaven Complaints about speed and volume of vehicles.

Speed checks.

Link in with council, Cala and Brodie Road developers as many vehicles tradesmen from sites.

Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

Tyninghame speeding Speed checks in village after introduction of 30mph limit Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

Dog fouling in East Linton Reported increase in fouling on park. Dunbar Community Warden

 

 

 

DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES 14th February 2018

DATE OF NEXT MEETING: Wednesday 28th March 2018

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Speeding on A1087 between Queens Road and Broxburn Following recent changes in the speed limits attend and conduct speed checks Dunbar Community Policing Team
Houses of multiple occupancy at Harbour Court Link in with various council dept’s regarding, multiple occupancy issues, litter, fire safety, ASBMake other officers aware of possible regular drink driving activity. Dunbar Community Policing Team
Lack of visibility of road kerbs and islands due to mud Contact ELC roads dept Dunbar Community Policing Team

Update on priorities:

Travellers at East Fortune:

Left site of own volition and lane now blocked.

Speeding on A1087 between Queens Road and Broxburn

Speed gun away for calibration, checks will be conducted in near future.

Litter on A1 between Dunbar and Haddington

Community Warden Jimmy Wilson done a lot of work on this priority. Followed a number of vehicles out of Viridor heading west on A1 with items of litter blowing out.

Working with Viridor to combat issue.

Full report at meeting.

Other ongoing policing issues:

– slight resurgence of youth issue

DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES Wednesday 8th January 2018

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:     Wednesday 14th February 2018

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Travellers at East Fortune Hospital Multi agency approach to have travellers leave and prevent future access. Dunbar Community Policing Team.

East Lothian Council

Landowner John Gray from Berwick upon Tweed

Speeding on A1087 between Queens Road and Broxburn Following recent changes in the speed limits attend and conduct speed checks Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

Litter on A1 between Dunbar and Haddington Complaints received about large items of rubbish on the verge, possible cause being waste blowing out of lorries en-route to Viridor landfill.

Viridor and SEPA to be contacted

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Dunbar Community Warden

 

 

DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES Wednesday 22nd November 2017

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:     Monday 8th January 2018

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Bike safety of DGS pupils Attend Dunbar Grammar School and educate regarding road safety of cyclist.  Contact bikeability for literature etc Dunbar Community Policing Team.

Dunbar Grammar School senior management team.

Road safety on Brodie Road Following complaints conduct speed checks and monitor parking issues such as parking on the pavement. Dunbar Community Policing Team