TARLETON /HESKETH BANK NEWSLETTER Issue 2 YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD TEAM The term PACT stands for Police and Communities Together. It is an initiative from Lancashire Constabulary aimed at giving you a chance to say how you would like your local PC 980 Phil Corrigan neighborhood to be policed. These meetings are an opportunity for you to express any concerns/ views you have within your area and to meet your local Police Officer. Any concerns you have will then be discussed among PACT panel members. The PACT meetings are held at Tarleton High School on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm to 6:30pm. PCSO 7124 Andy Curry Alternatively you can contact your local Community Beat Manager to discuss any concerns you may have. PACT Priorities For This Month Juvenile nuisance all villages: Tarleton, Hesketh Bank and Mere Brow. Traffic offences all villages: Use of mobile phones, speeding, parking, motor scooters, all of which is causing anti ECSO 7003 Lee Wallbank social behaviour. Anti social behaviour: Moss Lane near to IF WE CAN BE OF ANY ASSISTANCE OR Bargain Booze. HELP PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT US. Community Beat Manager - PC 980 Phil Corrigan Mobile: 07903760979 Tel: 0845 1 25 35 45 Police Community Support Officer - PCSO 7124 Andy Curry Tel: 0845 1 25 35 45 Emergency Community Support Officer - ECSO 7003 Lee Wallbank Tel: 0845 1 25 35 45 What is Summer Nights? This summer organisations across Lancashire are, for the fourth year running, joining forces for Summer Nights. Summer Nights is a multi Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest agency campaign aimed at tackling alcohol and most successful crime prevention related anti-social behaviour. The campaign initiatives ever. doesn’t want to stop anyone enjoying alcohol – Behind it lies a simple idea, and a central we just ask that people drink sensibly, in a way value shared by millions of people around that won’t cause anyone any problems or lead to the country. vandalism, anti-social behaviour, road deaths, Getting together with your neighbours to fires, drowning, accidents, domestic violence, take action can cut local crime. assault and other things that no-one really wants We are always keen to encourage new to happen after a good night out. members to join the scheme. If you are When does Summer Nights run from? interested please contact PCSO 7124 Andy It runs across the county from Tuesday 1 July Curry. until Sunday 31 August. Vehicle Crime Prevention Advice HQ Open Day Never leave the keys in the ignition, even if you are just The official launch of Operation Summer stopping quickly. Treat them as Nights will take place at a special launch cash or credit cards. Open Day to be held at Headquarters on Always lock and secure your Sunday 29 June. vehicle, check the sunroof and windows. The event will be open from 11am to 4pm - Make sure you don't leave your come along there’ll be plenty to see and do belongings on show. Store them including: in the boot or take them with you. Have your fingerprints or mugshot taken Everything is a potential target for Sit in a police car or fire engine a thief. Meet a police horse and see a police dog When driving, keep doors locked demonstration and windows up. Watch how 999 calls are taken Keep bags/mobile phones out of See the force helicopoter view. Park in busy or well-lit and Organisers have made 6000 tickets available on attended car parks near CCTV a first come, first served basis and these will be cameras or in police-approved car available from 8am on Tuesday 6 May 2007. If parks if possible. you want to reserve tickets you can register online at www.lancashire.police.uk or by If you have a garage, use it. telephoning 01772 412008. The ticket registration will close at midday on Friday June 6 2008. Tickets are limited so register now. People who have been successful registering will receive their tickets and other information including car parking directions, health and safety and security advice, the week prior to the Open Day. .
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