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Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team Police Local Neighbourhood

The Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team neighbourhood is situated within the town of Lyme Regis and is policed by the Dorset Police.

The Bridport section covers the towns of Bridport, Lyme Regis & Beaminster, the large farming communities of West Dorset, and the world famous Jurassic Coastline.

The section is split into three Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) who work directly to combat the issues raised by members of their local communities. To find out more about the teams and the work they are involved in, please access the SNT web pages via the link below.

The Bridport policing section consists of police officers, police community support officers, police staff, the Special Constabulary and police volunteers, all of whom are committed to providing the highest quality of service to the people who live, work and visit West Dorset. To support this work we have developed strong working relationships with our partners and other key agencies, which is helping to ensure that many issues affecting the people of West Dorset are being addressed and successful outcomes are being achieved through multi-agency working.

We are committed to reducing crime, bringing offenders to justice, and working to improve the quality of life for local people. Therefore we are always interested to hear from you, so please contact your SNT officers or contact Bridport Police Stations.

Inspector Michael Darby

Bridport Neighbourhood Inspector

Visit Police Neighbourhood Page 101

Map of the Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team Policing Area

Yellow markers represent Police Forces and the red markers represent neighbourhoods within Dorset Police.

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Towns and Villages within the Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team Neighbourhood

Settlements located within Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team
Name Type County
Lyme Regis Town Dorset

Worst Locations for Crime within the Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Monmouth Street2
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Haye Close1
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Coombe Street1
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Silver Street1
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Broad Street1

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Monmouth Street2
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Colway Lane2
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Langmoor Close1
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Old Vicarage Garden1

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Supermarket5
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Broad Street2
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Marine Parade1
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Langmoor Close1
Lyme RegistownDorsetOn or near Haye Close1

Neighbourhood Events for Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team

TitleDescriptionDates
Meet your local officers

meeting

Please visit our Force website at http://www.dorset.police.uk/default.aspx?page=885 for full information on forthcoming events we will be attending

Start: 31/01/2014 00:00

End: 01/01/2020 00:00

Police Officer Information for Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team

NameRankBio
John Burton PCSO

I am a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) and work as part of my local Safer Neighbourhood Team. It is extremely important that I am out and about in the community, talking to people about local issues.

PCSOs work to increase public confidence by reducing not only crime but also the fear of crime. We aim to deter anti-social behaviour and improve the physical appearance of towns and villages as well as to provide reassurance to the community. We are also a main point of contact between members of the public and the police.

Luke White PCSO

I am a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) and work as part of my local Safer Neighbourhood Team. It is extremely important that I am out and about in the community, talking to people about local issues.

PCSOs work to increase public confidence by reducing not only crime but also the fear of crime. We aim to deter anti-social behaviour and improve the physical appearance of towns and villages as well as to provide reassurance to the community. We are also a main point of contact between members of the public and the police.

Kirsti Ball PC

I work as a Police Constable for my local Safer Neighbourhood Team. My role is varied and typical duties relate to keeping the peace, law enforcement, protection of persons and property, and the investigation of crimes.

As an officer I am expected to respond to a variety of situations that may arise while they are on duty.

Geraint Butler PS

My role is Safer Neighbourhood Sergeant. I manage a team of PCs, PCSOs, special constables and volunteers in tackling issues that have an impact on the community as a whole. A typical day for me involves the looking after, directing and guiding those individuals I have in my charge.

It is important that I am aware of any incidents that occur on my patch, so that I can brief my team on what might be expected of them.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team

IssueActionDates

Dorset is one of the safest counties in the UK in which to live. Dorset Police is one of the highest performing Police Services in the United Kingdom. We are totally committed to working to make our county an even safer and better place in which to live, but we can't do it on our own. Throughout history policing has been most effective when the community and the police work together, helping each other to reduce crime and the fear of crime.

We have set our operational priorities which have been based on today's risks and from our communities have told us are areas of concern. Each year these priorities are reviewed and throughout the year leaders work to ensure the force is focussed on them.

This year's operational priorities are to:

•Reduce serious violent crime.

•Reduce the crimes most affecting local communities.

•Protect vulnerable people and communities.

•Tackle serious and organised criminals.

•Counter terrorism and domestic extremism.

•Reduce road casualties.

•Bring offenders to justice.

•Secure the trust and confidence of people in Dorset in their Police Force and the wider criminal justice system.

•Be prepared for major incidents and events

Each Safer Neighbourhood Team will have their own local priority which are set by the community and regularly updated. Your local priorities can be found by visiting our web site at www.dorset.police.uk and entering your postcode into the "My Area" section.

Issue dated: 16/09/2009

Action dated: 16/09/2009

Street Crime Within Lyme Regis Safer Neighbourhood Team

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Broad Street Drugs Offender given a drugs possession warning
Cobb Road Other theft Under investigation
Coombe Street Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Haye Close Anti-social behaviour
Monmouth Street Anti-social behaviour
Monmouth Street Anti-social behaviour
Poole'S Court Vehicle crime Under investigation
Portland Court Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Silver Street Criminal damage and arson Offender given conditional discharge