We are writing to you with our most recent results following the implementation of our new neighbourhood operation, Operation Disturb, which is aimed at improving community engagement and tackling anti-social behaviour in Fishermead.
Here is what our PCs, PSCOs and Police Dogs have achieved since the operation began on February 1st:
Police visibility and committed patrols of anti-social behaviour hotspots
Multiple disruptions of groups congregating in the communal areas of flat blocks
1x drugs warrant where a large amount of cannabis and a small amount of class A drugs were seized
2x arrests for possession, and possession with intent to supply, class A and B drugs
1x arrest for possession of cannabis and driving while under the influence of drugs
2x cannabis warning issued
1x bag of cannabis worth ~£100 seized from a suspect vehicle on Fishermead
Have Your Say at Jubilee Wood Primary School – we spoke to a number of local parents encouraging them to voice their concerns about the community
Arrangement of upcoming events including Have Your Say Meetings
Follow us on Twitter at @tvp_mk for fast-time updates of the operation (#OpDisturb) and other local policing activities. We will share more results summaries as we move forward with the operation.
To voice any other concerns you may have about your community within Campbell Park South parish, attend our Community Forum, 23rd February, 7PM at Oldbrook Community Centre.
Your Local Neighbourhood Policing Team,
Campbell Park South and Woughton Areas