Monthly update from PCSO Makin
Myself, Rob Boulton and Sgt Collinson attended a Careers event for Children who don’t have the usual career options ahead of them due to various disadvantages in their lives at the Cheshire View, this was a really positive interaction with the children and I think some of them were genuinely inspired to look at Policing as a career afterwards.
Foot patrols around the Villages are being received well by residents and I’m looking forward to continuing to build a strong relationship with the communities.
The only thing worth noting is the amount of Fraud we are seeing with our elderly and vulnerable residents. Not just villages but all across the country. We are trying to tackle this but please be vigilant and pass it on to anyone else that if they are concerned about a suspicious email or telephone call, ring it in to 101.
No reports coming through of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Villages, I am continuing to patrol any areas that have had problems in the past and a resident in Waverton mentioned kids hang out in the bowling green of an evening so I will check here when I am on late shifts.
Community Speed Watch:
I have continued to focus on speeding motorists on our Village roads and will be out with the TruCam this weekend. If you have any roads that you think need attention please pass that on to me so I can head out with TruCam.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has said that he wants all PCSO’s to be active on the Police social media accounts. This hasn’t changed since last month so if you don’t already and would like to see what I’m up to day to day then follow Chester Villages Police on Facebook or Twitter.
Upcoming Police Surgeries for March are as follows:
3rd April – 6pm
11th April – 6pm
18th April – 6pm