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Weekly Update Darlington Neighbourhoods

As part of the Safer Streets initiative PCSO Gregson and PC Muir assisted with the Safer Streets Personal Safety Session held at the Dolphin Centre. To book your place please go to the Darlington Police Facebook page or click the link

Safer Streets Personal Safety Sessions for Women, hosted by PC Neil Walton Tickets, Sun 22 May 2022 at 10:00 | Eventbrite

PCSO Ripley & PCSO Cusick were out on patrol responding to calls about off road bikes and quads, whilst also engaging with the rural community.

To report off road bikes causing a nuisance in Darlington, then please let us know either by contacting us on Live Chat at https://www.durham.police.uk/Report-It/101-Live-Chat/101-Live-Chat.aspx or you can email opendurance@durham.police.uk

PCSO Allison whilst on her way to a community Antisocial Behaviour (ASB) Meeting at West Park Academy was diverted to a vulnerable female, officers worked together and talked the female down from jumping from a bridge. Great work PCSO Allison, who then proceeded to her meeting at West Park Academy.

PCSO Gregson and PCSO Ripley, working in partnership with West Park Hospital visited a vulnerable Male to provide help and support. 

PCSO Flinn and PC Crowe assisted partners with the eviction of a male from an address on Wiltshire Place who had been causing issues at the address.

3 youths arrested by PS Plumb for burglary at Northgate House, St Augustine’s Way. The building has been secured and anti-vandal paint applied and there are cameras inside the building. Investigations are ongoing. Good Work Sergeant Plumb!

PCSO Murray attended Northwood Primary to give a talk to the Year 5 and 6 year groups in relation to ASB.

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