Inspector Mike Barrett
East Wallasey – April 2011
I am pleased to be able to report real progress over the last 12 months. We have been working closely with the council, our partners and local communities to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour. As a result, counting all crime from March 2010 and comparing it to March 2011, Wallasey has seen 45 fewer victims of crime.
Please continue to pass on community intelligence and information to our Police Officers and PCSO’s, without this, many of our operations and initiatives could not have taken place, after all if its your problem its our problem.
Making our neighbourhood safer is a priority for your neighbourhood team. My aim is to make sure you know how to contact us if you have any concerns and to update you regularly on our progress with the issues that you tell us we should be tackling as a priority.
If you have any information that would help then, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously. Thank you for your help.
Arrests, charges and convictions:
Bottles and cans
of alcohol seized
Following a Burglary in Penkett Road, New Brighton members of your neighbourhood team chased and arrested two males from the Wallasey area; both are now on Police bail whilst further evidence is gathered.
Lee Nichols 34 years of Trafalgar Road, Wallasey pleaded guilty to several shop lifting offences in Liscard. He received a 12-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months at Wirral Magistrates Court.
A 20 – year old man from the Wallasey area has been charged with being concerned in the supply of a Class A controlled drug namely cocaine. He has been bailed to Wirral Magistrates Court.
A 16-year-old youth from the Poulton area of Wallasey has been charged with four offences of supplying a controlled drug, namely crack cocaine and diazepam. He has been bailed to Liverpool crown Court.
- Never leave indications that you are not home. For example never leave your bins out after being emptied and never leave notes indicating no one is home. An unoccupied home is an easy target criminals will look for.
- Keep all outside sheds, storages, gates or entries to your property closed and pad locked with high quality locks.
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Remember – if you need to speak to a Police Officer in person, Birkenhead Police Station is open 24 hours a day.
Alternatively, Wallasey Police Station is open from 08.00am till midnight 7 days a week.
0151 709 6010 Non-emergency
Use this number if you need the Police for an incident that is not an emergency or to contact your neighbourhood team.
0800 555 111 Crimestoppers
If you have information about a crime, call Crimestoppers anonymously. Crimestoppers is a charity independent to the Police.