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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety

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In this short article, there is lots of information and useful advice on how to prevent crime taking place in your home, business or outbuilding.

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PACCS Minutes 16-06-2016

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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety – PACCS – meetings are held every quarter in the Pewsey Parish Office at 2.30pm.  Dates are advertised on this website.  The next meeting is on Thursday 22nd September 2016.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss issues and set priorities for the Pewsey Community Area with Parish Councils, the Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council officers and other interested parties.

All Parish Councils and other interested community organisations are welcome to attend.

It is chaired by Peter Deck.

Minutes:

Download the minutes for the PACCS meeting on 16th June 2016

 

 

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PACCS Minutes 17-02-2016

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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety – PACCS – meetings are held every quarter in the Pewsey Parish Office at 2.30pm.  Dates are advertised on this website.  The next meeting is on Thursday 16th June 2016.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss issues and set priorities for the Pewsey Community Area with Parish Councils, the Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council officers and other interested parties.

All Parish Councils and other interested community organisations are welcome to attend.

It is chaired by Peter Deck.

Inspector Nick Mawson from Wiltshire Police  presented the new Community Policing Model at the February meeting.

Minutes:

Download PACCS Minutes from 17th February 2016

 

This document is the presentation delivered by Inspector Nick Mawson to the Pewsey Area Crime and Community Safety meeting on 17th February and is now slightly out of date.  The sixth slide is titled Current Situation and states “Consultation yet to commence”. Internal consultation commenced on 10th March 2016 and depending on the result of this, public consultation will follow:

Download the Community Policing Model & Control Strategy Presentation

 

This document is the updated information from the Head of Corporate Communications at Wiltshire Police in relation to the Community Policing Model pilot and consideration of the wider roll out:

Download the Community Policing Briefing dated 17th May 2016

 

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PACCS Minutes 28-10-2015

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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety – PACCS – meetings are held every quarter in the Pewsey Parish Office, normally on a Wednesday at 2.30pm.  Dates are advertised on this website.  The next meeting is on Wednesday 17th February 2016.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss issues and set priorities for the Pewsey Community Area with Parish Councils, the Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council officers and other interested parties.

All Parish Councils and other interested community organisations are welcome to attend.

It is chaired by Peter Deck.


Download PACCS Minutes from 28th October 2015
Download Police Report

 

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Greenlaning Guidelines

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Useful guidance from the Rights of Way team at Wiltshire Council on greenlaning – what’s allowed and what isn’t.

 

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PACCS Minutes 17-06-2015

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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety – PACCS – meetings are held every quarter in the Pewsey Parish Office, normally on a Wednesday at 2.30pm.  Dates are advertised on this website.  The next meeting is on 21st October.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss issues and set priorities for the Pewsey Community Area with Parish Councils, the Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council officers and other interested parties.

All Parish Councils and other interested community organisations are welcome to attend.

It is chaired by Peter Deck.

These are the minutes from the meeting on 17th June 2015.

2015-06-17 PACCS Minutes Final v2

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Rural Crime Prevention

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Wiltshire Police has launched its rural crime prevention booklet.

94% of Wiltshire is classed as rural areas so there is some great information inside that could be relevant to you.

The booklet gives advice on the following topics:
•Farmhouse and outbuilding security
•Vehicles, machinery and boundaries
•Fuel tank and heating oil security
•Livestock and horse identification and protection
•Protection of wild animals, poaching and hare coursing

The majority of the photos from the booklet were supplied by members of the public through a photo competition Wiltshire Police held earlier in the year. Please have a read and remember if you see any suspicious activity to ring it in on 101.

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PACCS Minutes 04-03-2015

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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety – PACCS – meetings are held every quarter in the Pewsey Parish Office, normally on a Wednesday at 2.30pm.  Dates are advertised on this website.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss issues and set priorities for the Pewsey Community Area with Parish Councils, the Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council officers and other interested parties.

All Parish Councils and other interested community organisations are welcome to attend.

It is chaired by Peter Deck.

These are the minutes from the meeting on 4th March 2015.

2015-03-04 PACCS Minutes Final v2

The next meeting is on Wednesday 17th June 2015 at 2.30pm at Pewsey Parish Office.

 

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PACCS Minutes 12-11-2014

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Pewsey Area Crime & Community Safety – PACCS – meetings are held every quarter in the Pewsey Parish Office, normally on a Wednesday at 2.30pm.  Dates are advertised on this website.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss issues and set priorities for the Pewsey Community Area with Parish Councils, the Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council officers and other interested parties.

All Parish Councils and other interested community organisations are welcome to attend.

It is chaired by Peter Deck.

These are the minutes from the meeting on 12th November 2014.

2014-11-12 PACCS Minutes v2 Final

The next meeting is on Wednesday 4th March 2015 at 2.30pm at Pewsey Parish Office.

 

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No Cold Calling Zones

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A scheme from Wiltshire Council that can be implemented in parishes to make it clear that cold calling and doorstep trading is not allowed in certain areas.  Refusal by doorstep traders to go away may be a criminal offence.

This toolkit provides the information any group or Parish Council will need to set up a No Cold Calling Zone in their area:

NCCZ toolkit final version

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