Watchout Jemima’s about & Dunbar CAPP Panel agreed priorities

Youth issues at Ashfield park

PSP continues.  Three meetings have been held since its formation.  Police and wardens have been attending the Ashfield Park area every weekend since the formation of the PSP.  Over 100 letters have been sent to youths whose details have been noted, there is now a marked decrease in the amount of youths in the area and the volume of related calls to the council or police from members of the public and very little litter being collected.

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Problem Solving Partnership: Dunbar CAPP Panel agreed priorities

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:  Wednesday 9th January 2018.

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Youth issues at Ashfield park Regular anti-social behaviour at this location, predominantly on Friday and Saturday nights and every night during school holidays.  Multi agency approach to attempt to ensure there is a police or community warden presence every Friday and Saturday night. Dunbar Community Officers

Community Wardens

Pop-up Jim’s Jim (and Jemima) should be arriving in the near future.  To be utilised as much as possible throughout the ward.  Feedback from communities to be sought at next CAPP meeting Dunbar Community Officers

More details of the PSP in the East Lothian Courier

Save the date and this month’s priorities

DATE         Monday 22nd October  2018

VENUE      Dunbar Police Station

TIME         19:30 HOURS

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:  Thursday 22nd November.

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Speeding in 20mph trial zones 3 x speed checks to be conducted at Queens Road, Dunbar and Drylaw Terrace, East Linton.  Remaining as a priority due to evidence that speeding issue remains. Dunbar Community Officers
Youth issues at Ashfield park Regular anti-social behaviour at this location, predominantly on Friday and Saturday nights and every night during school holidays.  Multi agency approach to attempt to ensure there is a police or community warden presence every Friday and Saturday night. Dunbar Community Officers

Community Wardens

Pop-up Jim’s Following unanimous support for the suggestion of obtaining two Pop-up Jim’s contact the supplier, obtain costings then approach all CC’s regarding funding. Dunbar Community Officers

 

 

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 Thursday 19th October 2017

DATE OF NEXT MEETING: Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Priority

Actions to be Undertaken

Person responsible.

Youth disorder at High Street or Kellie road areas

Following recent increase in reports of youth ASB on Friday and Saturday evening endeavour to trace and deal with youths prior to drunken ASB occurs.

Dunbar Community Policing Team.

Dunbar Community warden.

Speeding in East Linton

Following introduction of 20mph limit throughout East Linton conduct enforcement.

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Increase quantity of intelligence regarding possible drug dealing and associated ASB

Leaflet drop all properties in areas affected

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Dunbar Community warden.

Update on priorities:

Lamer Island:

Patrols conducted. Small amounts of potentially youth ASB related litter (alcohol bottles) but no damage. Youths known to be congregating in the vicinity in recent weekends and moved on.

Speeding in East Linton

No further speed checks conducted since last meeting but will conduct further checks in near future.

Parking at Countess Crescent

Foot patrols conducted and various drivers educated/warned. Tickets to be issued in future following period of education.

Other ongoing policing issues:

Increase in recent weeks in calls regarding youths at Kellie Road and Harbour area.
Dedicated patrols over next fortnight relating to Halloween and bonfires/fireworks.

DUNBAR CAPP – PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES – Tuesday 29th August 2017

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:     Thursday 19th October 2017

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Lamer island. Following reports of youths congregating in the open air theatre area conduct evening patrols to check all are behaving responsibly and no damage being caused. Dunbar Community Policing Team.

Dunbar Community warden.

Speeding in East Linton Following introduction of 20mph limit throughout East Linton conduct enforcement. Dunbar Community Policing Team
Parking at Countess Crescent Patrol area to prevent non blue badge holders from using disabled only car park. Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

 

DUNBAR CAPP – PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES – Thursday 27th July 2017

DATE OF NEXT MEETING: Tuesday 29th August 2017

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Speeding in Innerwick and Stenton. Following a number of complaints conduct speed checks at Innerwick and Stenton Dunbar Community Policing Team.
Speeding in East Linton Following introduction of 20mph limit throughout East Linton conduct enforcement. Dunbar Community Policing Team
Hedging blocking paths at West Barns and Stenton Contact ELC to report overgrown hedges forcing pedestrians on to the roadway. ELC

Dunbar Community Warden.

 

 

DUNBAR CAPP – PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES – Monday 5th June 2017

DATE             Monday 5th June 2017

VENUE      Dunbar Police Station

TIME         19:30 HOURS

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:     Thursday 27th July 2017

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Speeding in Innerwick and Stenton. Following a number of complaints conduct speed checks at Innerwick and Stenton Dunbar Community Policing Team.
Monitoring youth behaviour on Friday and Saturday evenings. Locate youths gathering at Lochend woods, Bullet Hill or High Street to limit ASB make sure they are keeping themselves safe. Dunbar Community Policing Team
Big Issue sellers not authorised by The Big Issue. Following a complaint from an East Linton resident link in with ELC trading standards to ascertain if big issues require a street traders licence and if any issued for East Linton. Dunbar Community Policing Team

Dunbar Community Warden.

Other issues discussed and being looked in to:

  • youth ASB/vandalism between Parsonspool and Letham – vandalism to fences etc late at night.  Area to be patrolled late on Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Dunbar CBO posters to be updated.
  • Monksmuir, further complaints regarding road safety on the A199, contact ELC regarding lineage which is incomplete and ascertain when last speed survey conducted.