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Weekly drop-ins tackle anti-social behaviour

Weekly drop-ins tackle anti-social behaviour

Published by Emma Carton at 8:17am 23rd January 2020. (Updated at 8:41am 23rd January 2020)

Archive photo of police at scene of incident in Camborne

Weekly drop-in sessions have been launched to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in Camborne.

Residents and businesses are being invited to voice their concerns throughout January.

It is part of a one-month pilot project organised by the Safer Camborne partnership.

"Crime and anti-social behaviour has a direct impact on the quality of life of our community and we are committed to working with partners to deal with these very important issues. 

"I hope the new drop in sessions will provide an opportunity to the public to discuss their concerns with officers and help us to make sure we are focusing our efforts on the issues that matter most to the people we serve".

Billy McWhirter, Police Sector Inspector for Camborne, Pool and Redruth

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Weekly drop-in sessions are being organised to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in Camborne

The next sessions will be at the One Stop Shop on Dolcoath Avenue from 10am - 12pm on Thursday 23rd and Thursday 29th.

"This is a great idea and I really hope the pilot is a success. 

"These are difficult but important subjects, and people will respond well to being able to discuss their concerns and observations informally. 

"If this goes well as a model I can see it being beneficial elsewhere in Cornwall".

Rob Nolan, Cornwall Council

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The drop-in sessions are being held once a week throughout the rest of January, with residents and businesses urged to have their say

 

What is the advice for residents and businesses?

  • If people experience anti-social behaviour, email 101@dc.police.uk or call 101 for non-emergencies and in an emergency call 999.
  • If you find discarded needles or drug related litter, do not attempt to pick it up. Please report the location to Cornwall Council's Waste Management Team via the webpage www.cornwall.gov.uk/needles or telephone 0300 1234 141.
  • If you see someone sleeping rough you can contact Streetlink via www.streetlink.org.uk or 0300 500 0914 (or 999 if they need urgent medical assistance). Individuals sleeping rough can contact the Cornwall Housing Options Team on 0300 1234 161 or drop into an Information Service (formerly called One Stop Shop).
  • If you have information about a crime you can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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