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Hello to you all

On Monday 23 January 2023, a national week of action starts to reinforce the importance of Neighbourhood Police fostering close relationships with our communities.

Neighbourhood policing officers strive to make life better and safer for everyone in the communities they serve.

This week we will be highlighting the vital work that our local policing teams and volunteers do to protect the public and keep people safe. 


​The key areas of focus for this week are:

•             Early Intervention to reduce Crime and ASB


•             Problem Solving to prevent Crime and ASB


•             Improving Trust and Confidence in Policing

Local activity in support of this week of action has been planned around early intervention and prevention of crime and ASB. It is so important to us that you continue to report crime, incidents of anti-social behaviour (ASB) and tell us what matters most to you so we can continue to serve you in the best way possible.  Crime data shows us that Plymouth has bucked the national trend with a reduction in crime over the last 12mths which is fantastic news. 

There are various opportunities to meet and speak to your local teams during the week with some listed below. 


Monday 23rd January - 10:00am - Devonport Community Café. Coffee with the Neighbourhood Team

Monday 23rd January - 12:00pm -   Police surgery - Meadow Café

Wednesday 25th January - 10:30am - The Barne – Community Engagement with Pioneers Project and local residents.

Wednesday 25th January – 10:00am - Stoke Village Hub - coffee with Cops

Thursday 26th January – Meet the team and learn more about D & C Alert at Plymouth Life Centre

Friday 27th – 10:00am - St Budeaux - meet the team -  The Square Cafe


Stay safe


Police Inspector Paul Laity

Devonport & West Local Policing Area


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