Kenilworth’s Policing Priorities – October 2019 > February 2020

KENILWORTH’S POLICING PRIORITIES have been confirmed following Kenilworth Community Forum that took place on 7 October 2019. Residents were invited by Kenilworth’s Safer Neighbourhood Team (Warwickshire Police) to vote online for their policing priorities and over 500 residents responded and did so.

The four priorities, together with the percentage of the votes cast, that Kenilworth Police will be concentrating upon are:

BURGLARY PATROLS (66%)

ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR PATROLS – CASTLE FARM (12%)

CRIME REDUCTION PATROLS – TOWN CENTRE (9%)

BURGLARY PATROLS – BURTON GREEN (9%)

PC Anna Brown, Kenilworth SNT’s Beat Manager said:

“We are pleased that over 550 people took part in the online vote to set Kenilworth’s policing priorities for the winter months. The Team will now be concentrating on  making sure that we do all we can to deliver the policing priorities and engage with as many residents as possible to encourage them to secure their property and belongings by follow our crime prevention advice”

“Kenilworth is very fortunate to have timely Neighbourhood Watch notifications which means residents can receive daily reports of any issues, events and incidents. We’d encourage as many local people to keep themselves informed and engage with their police through its Safer Neighbourhood Team for Kenilworth”

Kenilworth Watch News recently provided Crime Prevention advice for Burglary and Car Key Burglary issues. See below for link.

https://kenilworthnwatch.com/2019/09/30/kenilworth-crime-burglary-prevention-advice/

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