Neighbourhood Police update
Amble Neighbourhood Policing Team are passionate about the community and endeavour to address issues raised by residents. PC 3835 Richardson and PCSO 4089 Fawcett work from the Police office at Fourways 2, within Amble town centre.
Officers work closely with partner agencies to tackle crime and disorder in the area. They work with the Town Council, Northumberland County Council and local schools to deter and reduce crime and antisocial behaviour. (ASB)
We feel it is important to provide feedback to the community and highlight the positive results officers have achieved to reduce crime and disorder in the Amble and Hauxley area.
Officers from the Amble Neighbourhood Policing Team issued ASB letters and visited youths involved in ASB with their parents present. Officers are working closely with youth services such as YOLO and the Amble Youth Project to make referrals to support agencies to deter re-offending.
Officers conducted a number of visits in conjunction with the council to issue warnings about ASB and motor cycle disorder. Where relevant, occupants were issued warnings about their tenancy agreements and warned repeat offending could lead to enforcement proceedings.
Officers have continued to issue section 59 notices with regard to off road vehicles and the manner of driving within the town. Should the police catch those offenders on a second occasion they will have their vehicle uplifted by the police.
Officers have also been working with Amble Youth Project to secure funding for the renovation of the youth club to encourage youths to use the facility and divert them from being involved in ASB on the street.
The Officers will continue to patrol and prevent crime and ASB in the future and there will be further updates in due course.
If you wish to report an incident to the police, call 101 or online via web submission/online chat, however in an emergency always dial 999.
Sgt 792 Les Robson