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Tarvin Webteam: Tuesday 22nd May
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Calling All Keen Tarvin Walkers and Ramblers -
Andy Heaton: Monday 21st May
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Tarvin Community Woodland Trust
John Daines: Monday 21st May
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Claire Garner: Sunday 20th May
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Alexandra Williams: Saturday 19th May
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Cathriona Bourke, Learning and Participation Manager: Saturday 19th May
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Alexandra Rachel Williams: Friday 18th May
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Theft from Unattended Motor Vehicle
Ryan Reid, PCSO: Friday 18th May
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May Parish Council Meeting
Tarvin Webteam: Thursday 17th May
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Tarvin Skate Park Campaign
Jo Williams: Thursday 17th May
John Dwyer

Working in partnership with agencies across Cheshire for the benefit of our communities is a cornerstone of my approach as your Police & Crime Commissioner. Part of this work includes working alongside the Constabulary, local authorities, Fire & Rescue Service, probation and health within Community Safety Partnerships. We have four in Cheshire, one in each local authority area.

These partnerships serve as a valuable tool in identifying the risks and needs that affect our local communities and how we can reduce reoffending and tackle matters such as anti-social behaviour through a multi-agency approach.

Under legislation, I am able to award grants to organisations or groups that will support the achievement of community safety priorities in Cheshire. In each of the last two years, I have provided funding to each of the Community Safety Partnerships in Cheshire and in doing so I have set clear outcomes to be achieved from this funding. Examples are to:

  • Reduce crime
  • Reduce anti-social behaviour
  • Reduce alcohol related assaults
  • Provide schemes to divert young people away from problem behaviour

Arrangements have been developed with partners to monitor and ensure that the outcomes I have set are achieved and that victims are placed at the heart of the service provision.

Whilst I have representation on each of the local Community Safety Partnerships, it is also essential that I am able to address matters that are priorities for the whole of our county, especially as the police operate as one agency across Cheshire. To do this to I am formally able to call together a meeting of the Community Safety Partnership Chairs. I held the latest of these meetings just this week.

As well as the meetings giving me the ability to hold a single meeting to discuss Cheshire's community safety priorities it also allows me to monitor and review the progress of the partnerships. In addition, it provides me with an avenue to pursue activity across a Cheshire wide geography. One example is the development of a joint strategic needs assessment for community safety in Cheshire to make sure all agencies have up to date and current understanding of community safety needs of our communities.

Community safety is paramount if the numbers of victims in our communities are to be reduced. I am clear that we must work together across Cheshire to achieve this.

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On the evening/night of 16th May, an unattended motor vehicle was broken into in Kelsall and property was stolen.Please do not leave valuable property in vehicles overnight, and, if you have any information with regard to this crime, or, any other crime, please do not hesitate to contact the police on...

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Following on from Aprils Parish Council meeting together with Sophie Marks I have endeavoured to find a way (with the Parish councils help) to get this Section 106 money spent on what it was intended (Skate park)Despite our best efforts it is clear that the biggest obstacle is suitable land on which to site such a facilityWe have explored many possibilities, and continue to do...

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An article published at the end of April said that a meeting would be taking place between the Parish Council and Tarporley High School. That meeting took place and the following report was presented to the Parish Council meeting on Monday evening:1. "Introduction1.1 Tarvin traditionally sends most of its secondary aged children to Tarporley High School (THS). However, when THS becomes...