Priorities for Wiltshire South East CPT

Updated on: 22/08/2019
Priority 1

Date set - August 2019

Location - South-East CPT Hub

Summary - The South-East Hub understands the importance of speeding in our area and the benefit of our Community Speed watch Team... We are currently reviewing how we can assist our CSW volunteers and together, work to make our roads safer.
14 August 2019

I have met with CSW volunteers from Collingbourne Kingston where we discussed some of their concerns.

I have also met with residents in Shrewton, again to discuss their concerns.

Priority 2

Date set - August 2019

Location - Tidworth and Ludgershall

Summary - There are currently concerns with some youths who are believed to be involved in County Lines in this area. This issue is being managed by a multi-agency approach with us all working together to protect the vulnerable people involved, whilst ensuring that people committing criminal offences are dealt with appropriately through the Judicial process. I would encourage members of the public in this area to report any concerning behaviour they may witness through their local PCSO or by dialling 101.

14 August 2019
Following some proactive work, I am pleased to report that we do not have a County Line running in Tidworth and Ludgershall. However this does not mean we stop our activity and are continuing to carry out patrols and proactive policing to manage the ASB in the area.

Priority 3

Date set - August 2019

Location - Amesbury & Tidworth

Summary- Strengthen relationships between local police and Military colleagues.

As all local residents will be aware, the 2020 Military rebasing is underway. This will bring an increase of personnel into the local community. Historically we have a good relationship with military however over the coming months we hope to build on this and work even closer with the Royal Military Police, Ministry of Defence police and the Garrison commander.
We aim to increase joint patrols with the RMP focusing on Amesbury Town centre and the Garrison commander has increased his community mornings from one morning a month in Tidworth to also include one morning a month in Amesbury, this is an opportunity for the local communities including local licenced premises to attend and discuss and concerns or queries they may have about the rebasing.

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