Join us at the Sawston Local Policing Panel Meeting

The next Sawston Panel Meeting takes place at 7:30pm on Tuesday the 16th of June and provides everyone with an opportunity to discuss local issues. Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next four months. If you can’t attend you are welcome to tweet us your views @southcambscops or email us via the local pages of our main website www.cambs.police.uk

Sawston Team

Covering the villages of; Babraham; Great and Little Abington; Pampisford; Duxford; Ickleton; Sawston; Little and Great Shelford; Stapleford; Newton; Thriplow; Whittlesford; Balsham; Carlton; Castle Camps; Shudy Camps; Horseheath; West Wickham; Weston Colville; West Wratting; Fulbourn; Linton; Bartlow; Hildersham; Teversham; Fen Ditton; Great and Little Wibraham; Horningsea and Stow cum Quy.

Chief Inspector James Sutherland and Sgt Sandra Davidson will present updates from the previous four months at  Linton Heights Junior School, Wheatsheaf Way, Linton.

Download panel document here: Sawston Panel June 2015 (3)

Hope to see you at the meeting!

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Join us at the Cambourne Local Policing Panel Meeting

The Cambourne Panel Meeting takes place at 7:30pm on Tuesday 14th October and provides everyone with an opportunity to discuss local issues. Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next four months. If you can’t attend you are welcome to tweet us your views @southcambscops or email us via the local pages of our main website www.cambs.police.uk

Cambourne

Covering the villages of; Abington Pigotts, Arrington, Barrington, Barton, Bassingbourn Cum- Kneesworth, Bourn, Cambourne, Caldecote, Caxton, Childerley, Comberton, Coton, Croxton, Croydon, Eltisley, Fowlmere, Foxton, Gamlingay, Grantchester, Gt Chishill, Gt Eversden, Guilden Morden, Hardwick, Harlton, Harston, Haslingfield, Hatley, Hauxton, Heydon, Kingston, Litlington, Longstowe, Lt Chishill, Lt Eversden, Lt Gransden, Madingley, Melbourn, Meldreth, Orwell, Shepreth, Shingay Cum Wendy, Steeple Morden, Tadlow, Toft, Whaddon and Wimpole.

Insp Jon Hiron and Sgt Jon Capes will present updates from the previous four months at Cambourne Village College,  Sheepfold Lane, CB23 6EF.

Download panel document here:Cambourne Panel October 2014

Hope to see you at the meeting!

Register your local speeding concern.

Speeding is regularly raised as a concern at our local panel meetings and we have encouraged local residents to speak to their Parish Council if they feel there is a particular problem in their village, and to consider setting up a speedwatch made up of volunteers who are trained to carry out speed checks. A number of these schemes are now in existence and they are doing a great job reminding drivers of the need to keep to the speed limit. To support these schemes and address community concerns about speeding we have set up a system whereby anyone can ask for a police speed check by using the link below:

http://tinyurl.com/SCSpeedTeam

You will be asked to give the location, any particular times when vehicles are regularly speeding and what the speed limit of the road is. We cannot carry out checks on roads where the limit is over 50 miles an hour for officer safety reasons. Once the speed check is carried out we will feed back the results to the relevant Parish Council and if appropriate speedwatch to help identify whether further road safety options should be considered.

Join us at the Sawston panel meeting on the 12th of June in Linton

The Sawston Panel Meeting takes place this Thursday the 12th of June and provides everyone with an opportunity to discuss local issues. Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next four months. If you can’t attend you are welcome to tweet us your views @southcambscops or email us via the local pages of our main website www.cambs.police.uk

Cambourne

The meeting starts at 7:30 pm and is taking place at Linton Heights Junior School, Wheatsheaf Way, Linton. The villages covered by this meeting are Babraham; Balsham; Bartlow; Carlton; Castle Camps; Duxford; Fen Ditton; Fulbourn; Great Abington; Great Shelford; Great Wiblraham; Hildersham; Hinxton; Horningsea and Horseheath.

 

Download panel document here:Sawston Panel June 2014

Hope to see you at the meeting!

Join us at the Histon Panel Meeting on the 11th of June at Swavesey Village College

The Histon Panel Meeting takes place this Wednesday the 11th of June and provides everyone with an opportunity to discuss local issues. Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next four months. If you can’t attend you are welcome to tweet us your views @southcambscops or email us via the local pages of our main website www.cambs.police.uk

Cambourne

The meeting starts at 7:30 pm and is taking place in the Global Environment Centre at Swavesey Village College. The villages covered by this meeting are Bar Hill; Boxworth; Chittering; Conington; Cottenham; Dry Drayton; Elseworth; Fen Drayton; Girton; Graveley; Histon and Impington; Knapwell; Landbeach; Lolworth; Longstanton; Milton; Oakington and Westwick; Orchard Park; Over; Papworth Everard; Papworth St Agnes; Rampton; Swavesey; Waterbeach; Willingham

Download panel document here:histon-area-update-2014

Hope to see you at the meeting!

Join us at the Cambourne Local Policing Panel Meeting

The Cambourne Panel Meeting takes place at 7:30pm on Tuesday 10th June at Gamlingay Village College and provides everyone with an opportunity to discuss local issues. Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next four months. If you can’t attend you are welcome to tweet us your views @southcambscops or email us via the local pages of our main website www.cambs.police.uk

Cambourne

Covering the villages of; Abington Pigotts, Arrington, Barrington, Barton, Bassingbourn Cum- Kneesworth, Bourn, Cambourne, Caldecote, Caxton, Childerley, Comberton, Coton, Croxton, Croydon, Eltisley, Fowlmere, Foxton, Gamlingay, Grantchester, Gt Chishill, Gt Eversden, Guilden Morden, Hardwick, Harlton, Harston, Haslingfield, Hatley, Hauxton, Heydon, Kingston, Litlington, Longstowe, Lt Chishill, Lt Eversden, Lt Gransden, Madingley, Melbourn, Meldreth, Orwell, Shepreth, Shingay Cum Wendy, Steeple Morden, Tadlow, Toft, Whaddon and Wimpole.

C/Insp James Sutherland and Sgt Jon Capes will present updates from the previous four months at Gamlingay Village College, Station Road, Gamlingay, SG19 3HD.

Download panel document here:Cambourne Panel June 2014

Hope to see you at the meeting!

Join us at the Comberton Panel Meeting tomorrow

The Comberton Panel Meeting takes place tomorrow evening and provides everyone an opportunity to discuss local issues. Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next three months. If you can’t attend you are welcome to tweet us your views @southcambscops or email us via the local pages of our main website www.cambs.police.uk

Cambourne

Covering the villages of Cambourne, Bourn, Caxton, Croxton, Eltisley, Caldecote, Childerley, Kingston, Toft, Barton, Coton, Grantchester, Madingley, Comberton and Hardwick .  Sgt Jon Capes will present updates from the last quarter at the Comberton Village College, West Street, CB237DU commencing 7:30 pm on Wednesday 20th November.

Last quarter you asked us to prioritise:

  • Tackling speed and parking concerns as identified at the Panel Meeting
  • Tackling ASB issues related to ‘green or public spaces’ as identified by the communities

Download panel document here:Comberton%20Profile%20Nov%2020131 (2)

Hope to see you at the meeting!

Gamlingay Area Survey – have your say!

The Gamlingay Panel Meeting will be held at 7:30 pm on Thursday 17th October. Residents are invited to join their local policing team at Gamlingay Village College where an update on local crime and disorder will be provided along with updates on work carried out in the last quarter.

Have your say about what the local Police team prioritise over the next three months. Please complete our survey! 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9VYXCMW

At the last meeting residents asked us to:

— Address speeding and parking concerns across the Gamlingay and Haslingfield panel area

A profile document with the full update will be posted online at the end of this week.

Bassingbourn & Melbourn Area Survey – have your say!

The Bassingbourn & Melbourn Panel Meeting will be held at 7:30 pm on Tuesday 15th October. Residents are invited to join their local policing team at Melbourn Village College where an update on local crime and disorder will be provided along with updates on work carried out in the last quarter.

Have your say about what the local Police team prioritise over the next three months. Please complete our survey! 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9LKBCBB

At the last meeting residents asked us to:

Tackle road safety issues including excess speed and obstructive parking, thereby providing support to active Speedwatch schemes
– Address concerns from across the Neighbourhood relating to misuse of ‘green spaces’ including drug use

A profile document with the full update will be posted online at the end of this week.

PCSOs survey- (Now closed)

(This survey is now closed 31/8/13)

Cambridgeshire Constabulary want to know your views on the role that Police Community Support Officers (PCSO) play in your community.

Tell us what you think by completing the survey via the following link: PCSO survey.

The survey is part of Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s wide-ranging review of the role of the PCSO.

The purpose of the review is to understand how PCSOs can best serve the needs of the public and the organisation in the future.

The review is not a cost cutting exercise. However, the force is facing unprecedented financial pressures and so we have to be sure that we have the right resources, in the right places, doing the right jobs.

This survey is therefore your opportunity to help us understand the impact of PCSOs in your area and to influence the shape of neighbourhood policing in the future.