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  • Sharma chairs sixth public meeting with Thames Valley Police in Calcot
    April to March 2011 12 to 44 April to March 2012 13 and vehicle crime down from 141 2011 12 to 100 2012 13 Rachel Craggs spoke about her role within the Safer Communities Partnership to help co ordinate responses to crime and anti social behaviour with Thames Valley Police and Sovereign Housing as well working with offenders to help stop repeat crimes The Safer Communities Partnership brings together West Berkshire Council Thames Valley Police Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service and Thames Valley Probation who work collaboratively to ensure that West Berkshire continues to be a safe place to live work and visit The panel were later questioned on a number of policing and local issues including the need for security lights on garages anti social driving issues what the public can do to help the police the priorities of the Police enforcement of bus lanes speeding and incidents of anti social behaviour Alok Sharma said This meeting was another excellent opportunity to hear residents concerns about local policing issues and to enhance the dialogue between the police and the wider community and I will be following up on a number of the issues raised with local residents Alok continued I was very pleased to hear about the reduction in vehicle crime and the number of home break ins in Calcot and Holybrook which is a great credit to the combined hard work of the Police and West Berkshire Council working in partnership with local people Police Area Commander for West Berkshire Superintendent Robin Rickard said This valuable meeting compliments the wide range of public consultation activities that the police in West Berkshire are committed to The benefits of meeting local residents with Alok Sharma MP cannot be underestimated as residents concerns often concern more than one agency The

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  • Sharma holds fifth public meeting for residents in Birch Copse and Westwood wards
    Superintendent Robin Rickard then explained that the crime was down for the fourth year in West Berkshire with reductions in overall crime of 18 per cent shop theft down by 30 per cent violent crime down by seven per cent and burglary which has been a priority area for the force down by 28 per cent Susan Powell outlined how the Safer Communities Partnership identifies and seeks to address local community safety priorities The Safer Communities Partnership brings together West Berkshire Council Thames Valley Police Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service and Thames Valley Probation who work collaboratively to ensure that West Berkshire continues to be a safe place to live work and visit Alok Sharma chaired the subsequent discussions which included questions on flytipping drug related crime the logistics of 999 calls police response times dangerous cycling engagement with young people burglary from sheds and garages speeding and the definition of reasonable force for defending properties Alok Sharma said This meeting was another excellent opportunity for the most senior police officer in West Berkshire to hear residents concerns about local policing issues and to enhance the dialogue between the police and the wider community and I will be following up on a number of the issues raised with local residents Police Area Commander for West Berkshire Superintendent Robin Rickard said This valuable meeting compliments the wide range of public consultation activities that the police in West Berkshire are committed to The benefits of meeting local residents with Alok Sharma MP cannot be underestimated as residents concerns often concern more than one agency The concerns and issues that we discussed at the meeting last week help agencies to ensure that resources are in the right place working with communities to solve problems Susan Powell said This was a very valuable

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  • Sharma holds fourth police public meeting for residents in Whitley Ward
    Greenfield was able to open the meeting with good news that there had been a 17 decrease in crime in Whitley whilst Inspector Lindsay James spoke about the importance of an active and engaged community encouraging attendees to get involved with the Neighbourhood Action Groups in either North or South Whitley Some of the issues raised at the meeting included dog fouling Police engagement with young people the visibility of Police officers in the community noise complaints and speeding on Buckland Road Alok Sharma said These meetings always offer a good insight into the concerns of local residents and a great opportunity for people to be able to talk and hear feedback from senior Police officers The feedback I have received from all of the Police public meetings that have been held has been very good and I am looking forward to holding further meetings across the Reading West constituency Supt Stuart Greenfield Local Police Area Commander for Reading said I am grateful to everyone who attended the meeting as it provided me and my Neighbourhood Inspector Lindsay James a further insight into the current issues affecting people s quality of life We are focused on cutting crime in Reading and these types of meetings help us focus our priorities around the concerns of local residents Stuart continued Crime in Reading is at its lowest level in over 15 years but we will continue to work hard to make sure there are fewer victims of crime whilst targeting those that offend Stuart concluded We will to continue to engage with our communities who can follow us on Twitter at TVP Reading and we will also be sending out message via Thames Valley Alert to residents with crime reduction advice so I would urge people to sign up by visiting www

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  • Sharma holds third public meeting for residents to meet the police in Southcote and Norcot wards
    as well as the sheer volume of traffic that uses Southcote Lane Concerns were raised about the safety of the road given the number of children of school age who cross the road on a daily basis and residents called for a crossing on the road as well as more effective speed enforcement The police agreed to look at deploying some resources for speed enforcement but explained that the issue of a crossing would have to be raised with the local Council A number of attendees also voiced their concerns about illegal parking on verges and pavements which damages verges creating an eyesore and potentially causes obstructions Superintendent Greenfield explained that parking enforcement has been decriminalised and comes under the local Council although the police can intervene if they discover vehicles parked in such a way that they posing a risk The police also explained that a consultation is starting in April in relation to the verge and pavement parking ban on certain roads The issue of burglaries in Norcot ward was raised with residents asking about the strategies the police will use to sustain decreases in burglaries in the future Superintendent Greenfield explained that the police are employing much more intelligence led targeted methodologies that allow them to focus on the 20 of prolific offenders that are generally responsible for 80 of the crime in the area Alok said The meeting highlighted some clear issues of concern in the local area like the persistent anti social behaviour in the Brunel Road area and I know Neighbourhood Police Team Leader Inspector PJ Binns will be holding further follow up meetings with some local residents Alok added We are rolling out the police meetings across the R West constituency and I hope by the time we hold the next Southcote meeting

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  • Sharma holds second public meeting for residents to meet the Police in Battle ward.
    a good turnout at this meeting and my thanks to all local residents who attended and participated in the discussions as well as to the police team lead by Supt Stuart Greenfield and Inspector Keith Stacey Thanks also to Natasha and Teresa for all the community engagement work they do in the local area and their perspective was particularly useful to hear As promised we will be holding further meetings in the coming months across the rest of the Reading West constituency Natasha O Brien Chair of the West Village Residents Association said The meeting was a great opportunity to meet with local Battle ward residents and hear about their concerns It is important for the Police to engage with the public and so it was great to see them at this meeting But as I explained at the meeting fighting crime is a two way process and so I would encourage anyone concerned about any potential criminal or anti social activity to report it to the Police 999 in an emergency or 101 for non emergency situations All reports are used in planning of Police time and go towards evidence and convictions so reporting concerns and information to the Police is hugely important Supt Stuart Greenfield said I am grateful to the Oxford Road community that attended the meeting last night which was very informative for me and the local Inspector Keith Stacey As the Local Police Area Commander for Reading it is vital I get to hear directly from local residents about their concerns so we can set our priorities accordingly Stuart continued We have seen 359 fewer home burglaries in Reading between 1 April 2012 to 17 January 2013 compared to the same period last year and the team here continues to work tirelessly so we see

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  • MP holds first public meeting for Tilehurst residents to meet the police
    traffic management and road speeding knife crime anti social behaviour harassment Police visibility litter and fly tipping Police morale cycling on pavements and the Police complaints procedure Alok Sharma said I am very pleased we were able to have this meeting which was very well attended It was a great opportunity for people to be able to talk and hear feedback from senior Police officers as well as the Police and Crime Commissioner and we will be following up each of the points raised at the meeting Alok continued We are planning for further meetings during next year and I look forwarding to holding these sessions across the Reading West constituency My thanks to everyone who participated in the Tilehurst meeting Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld said The meeting was a great opportunity for me to meet with local residents in Reading and hear about their concerns Engaging with the public is an important part of my role and I will be visiting areas across the Thames Valley to speak to local communities Supt Stuart Greenfield said These meeting are a fantastic opportunity for local residents to share their feedback and I am very grateful to all those who attended We are focused on cracking down on serial burglars and most significantly on the organised crime and drug dealing in Reading Working with our partners and with help for local residents we have reduced overall crime in Reading by almost 18 per cent over the past year and I am particularly pleased with the really significant drops we have seen in burglary robbery and car crime We wish to continue to engage with our communities who can follow us on Twitter at TVP Reading and we will also be sending out message via Thames Valley Alert to residents with

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  • Dee Road collisions
    old boy from English Martyrs School have been knocked down by cars on Dee Road Together with representatives from English Martyrs Catholic Primary School and St Michael s Primary School Alok attended a meeting on the 28th January 2015 with Jo Lovelock the Leader of Reading Borough Council and two transport officers from the Council at which the Council agreed to take responsibility for fixing the flashing warning lights which have never been turned on Alok has written to Reading Borough Council s Managing Director and the Leader of the Council to ask for an urgent meeting with the school headteachers to explain the delays in fixing the flashing warning lights Alok Sharma said It is horrifying that two young children have now been involved in accidents on Dee Road and it is very fortunate that there has not already been a tragedy The Council has had months to get the flashing warning lights outside the two primary schools on Dee Road working and yet still nothing has been done and there has been a total lack of communication from the Council with the schools which is frankly unacceptable Campaign Safe road crossing on Dee Road Wednesday June 17 2015

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  • Victory in Dee Road Crossing campaign
    meeting for the schools to discuss road safety with Reading Borough Council Alok also helped launch a petition which was signed by more than 1 000 local residents and parents Reading Borough Council launched a review of road safety measures on Dee Road in March 2015 which has now concluded that there should be two zebra crossings installed Alok Sharma said I am delighted that after campaigning on this issue with local parents for many months that we have secured such a great result A big thank you and congratulations to local parent Emma Simpson Holland who did a superb job leading this campaign Alok continued There do however continue to be similar concerns at a number of other schools across the town and I will continue to work will local parents to help make their journeys to school safer I am also concerned that the yellow school warning lights on Dee Road are still not working and will continue to press the Council for action Local councillor and Governor of English Martyrs Primary School Sandra Vickers said This decision is great news and now the parents and children will have peace of mind and be able to cross the road safely to school which should be the norm outside any school in Reading Local parent and road safety campaigner Emma Simpson Holland said It is concerning that the warning lights outside the school are still not being turned on but of course I am very pleased to hear that they are to install two zebra crossings and I would like to thank Reading Borough Council for this commitment and taking the safety of our children seriously Thank you also to Alok for all his support which has been vital to getting the agreement of the Council and I am

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