3rd- Whilst searching for a missing person in Buckskin, I located a male smoking cannabis. I issued the male with a cannabis street caution.
Today whilst patrolling Popley I located a fallen tree, on the footpath, off of the park in Trinidad Close. I reported this to the council.
Trinidad Close tree down
4th- I assisted with several statements in the Buckskin area, after many cars were broken into overnight/early morning.
Festival place security directed me to a male smoking cannabis on Churchill Way. The male had recently received a cannabis caution. I reported the male for the offence. The male will attend court, soon, to explain his actions.
9th- Tonight I chaired the PSNP meeting.
Minutes of the first PSNP meeting of 2014:
PSNP members in attendance:
PC Dan Carter Chairing meeting
PC Dan Carter gave an overview of the previous issues in Popley.
There has been a sharp drop in reported issues in the Sark Way area of Popley. PCSO Steven Burgess has worked with several youths causing issues in Abbey Road. A number of ‘Acceptable Behaviour Agreements’ have been implemented and issues in Abbey Road have lessened.
The PSNP voted on the 3 new priorities for Popley for the first quarter of 2014:
These will be:
1) ASB in Abbey Road
2) Drugs issues in Abbey Road
3) Thefts and ASB from Tesco Express Carpenters Down.
All three have been previous Popley issues.
Other issues: Parking complaints were discussed in relation to Falkland Road and Marnel Park.
ASB has been less noticeable lately in most areas of Popley. I’m sure the weather plays a part in that, as well as agency work/patrols.
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In other news: Unfortunately, PCSO, Steven Burgess has left the Popley team. Steve was a great asset to Popley, and he will be missed. This means that we go back down to half a police team. PCSO Addison Maker and I will cover both parts of Popley. Of course, CSPO’s Dan White, and Paula James-Bailey, will also be patrolling Popley when possible.
10th- Tonight was very busy with lots of jobs coming across the airwaves. Whilst looking for a suspected burglar, I located a male in Black Dam Way with cannabis. The male received a community resolution.
In other news: I arrested a male on Melrose Walk for breach of bail.
14th- I attended Winchester Crown Court in relation to a cannabis factory. I had originally arrested a male in June for the offence. The male pleaded guilty at court.
16th- I arrested a female in the Job Centre, on Winchester Road, on suspicion of assault.
20th- £90 Fixed penalty issued to a male for wasting police time.
25th- whilst patrolling near Hatchwarren community centre, I issued a male with a cannabis caution.
26th- whilst patrolling Abbey Road, I arrested a male on suspicion of theft. The male was later released without charge.
30th- Whilst patrolling Shakespeare Road, I located a male and arrested him on suspicion of 2 x shopliftings. On searching the male, I located a locking knife. This is also an offence. The male was further arrested for possession of a bladed or sharply pointed article.
The male was later charged with 3 shoplifting offences and possession of a bladed article.
31st- whilst patrolling Ascension Close, I located a male suspected of shoplifting. I arrested the male. My colleague PC Paul Moss, arrested the co-accused.
1) Cannabis cautions x 2
2) Community resolution for possession of cannabis
3) Male reported for possession of cannabis
3) PND for wasting police time
4) 7 arrests for various offences