DUNBAR CAPP PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES

DATE            Monday 25th January 2016

VENUE       Dunbar Police Station

TIME          19:30 HOURS

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:        Wednesday 24th February 2016

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Illegal parking at Dunbar Primary School, John Muir Campus. High viz patrols and enforcement of illegal parking in disabled car park, on double yellow lines and driving in restricted zone.

 

 

Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

 

Dunbar High Street ASB Leaflet drop encouraging persons to report Anti Social Behaviour etc.

(still not completed)

 

Patrols relating to congregating youths and post pub dispersal noise nuisance.

 

 

Dunbar Community Council

 

Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

 

 

 

Speeding in 20mph zone south of railway line, Dunbar Speeding enforcement Dunbar Community Policing Team

 

Roads policing officers.

 

 

CAPP Meeting Tonight – Monday 25th January 2015

DATE          Monday 25th January 2016

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

Update on last month’s priorities:

Dog Fouling: ELC community warden Jimmy Wilson to update.

Dunbar High Street ASB: Occasional problems still being observed and reported. Further patrolling required.

Parking issues: Tickets issued on Dunbar High Street for vehicles over time limit, drivers moved on in East Linton. Stenton observed on a number of occasions, no illegal parking or obstructions observed.

DUNBAR CAPP – PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES – November 2015

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Dog fouling Enforcement, signage and publicity throughout ward area East Lothian Community Wardens
Dunbar High Street ASB Leaflet drop encouraging persons to report Anti Social Behaviour etc.

Patrols relating to youth related ASB in vennels and post pub dispersal noise nuisance.

Dunbar Community Council

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Parking issues Enforcement of time limit parking in Dunbar and East Linton (esp on Saturday mornings) and assessment of obstructive parking in Stenton following complaints. Dunbar Community Policing Team

Other matters discussed:

  • street lights out on Dunbar High Street.
  • complaints about lack of bins at country car parks
  • visibility of cyclists – PC Ross to attend Dunbar Grammar School assemblies to give input on this and other issues.
  • speeding, request for more speed gun enforcement.
  • concerns regarding a perceived increase in youth drug use

PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES: Wednesday 26th August 2015

Date of next meeting: Wednesday 14th October 2015

Priority

Actions to be Undertaken

Person responsible.

Parking

Issue parking tickets for parking offences in Dunbar and East Linton town centres.

Dunbar Community Policing Team.

Dunbar High Street and Harbour Anti Social Behaviour

Deal with issues of anti social behaviour. Complaints received regarding evening youth disorder and noise and damage when pubs disperse. At harbour encourage harbour users to contact police to report incidents of anti social or dangerous behaviour.

Dunbar Community Policing Team

Speeding

Conduct speed checks throughout ward area on main arterial routes in to towns and in vicinity of schools.

Dunbar Community Policing Team

PANEL AGREED PRIORITIES Tuesday 7th July 2015

DATE OF NEXT MEETING: Wednesday 26th August 2015

Priority Actions to be Undertaken Person responsible.
Parking Issue parking tickets for parking offences in Dunbar and East Linton town centres. Dunbar Community Policing Team.
High Street Anti Social Behaviour Deal with issues of anti social behaviour.   Complaints received regarding evening youth disorder and noise and damage when pubs disperse. Dunbar Community Policing Team

Actions to date

Patrolling

We will continue to be visible within the community, maximising the number of patrols carried out, and undertaking specific operations and diversionary initiatives.

Partners

We will take part in all aspects of the community, through involvement in Community Councils, CAPP meetings, Neighbourhood Watches, schools, youth groups, interest groups and farming forums to ensure a coordinated approach to addressing those issues within the community.

Campaign Against Violence

We will use additional officers on selected Friday nights to target violent offenders and assist regular officers with pub dispersals.

Local Violent Offender Multi Agency Tasking and Co-ordinating (MATAC)

We will discuss prominent offenders with partners and will take action to prevent future offending and enforce court restrictions.

Crime Prevention

We will continue to give crime prevention advice, on request from occupiers of residential properties or owners of business premises.

Listening

We will listen to our community at our surgeries and respond with advice and action.

Schools

We will continue to work closely with local schools in an effort to talk to young people about antisocial behaviour, domestic violence and road safety issues through initiatives like 2morow’s driver (Road Safety awareness for young drivers).

Searches

We will target violent individuals, by using stop-search powers to identify those carrying alcohol, weapons and drugs.

ASBOs

We will support the use of ASBOs and share information to help with the early eviction of problem tenants.

Investigation

We will use specialised officers to combat and investigate thefts by housebreaking, domestic violence and sexual offences and target these crimes with specific initiatives.

Litter

We will respond to complaints of litter and will carry out joint patrols with community wardens to deter offenders and if necessary issue Fixed Penalty Tickets.

source: http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/142349/lothiansborders/216181/dunbar_and_east_linton_mmwp_apr_2014.pdf?view=Standard