Priorities for Doncaster North Neighbourhood Policing Team are:
- To improve community safety by building stronger ties within those who live and work in the area
- Reducing crime, disorder, and harm
- Provide high visibility reassurance to our communities
- To reduce and prevent rural crime through effective engagement with the local community and adopting a problem-solving approach.
- We will also aim to tackle armed criminality which is often linked to drugs. We will act on information provided by the public and partners to tackle drug production and use in the North area
Adwick & Carcroft Ward;
Youth antisocial behaviour in Woodlands -
We have been working closely with DMBC Stronger Communities team and Enforcement as well as St Leger and local schools to identify the youths involved and problem solve in a multi agency response.
As a result of this work we have issued a number of Antisocial behavior letters to the youths and have been into the local schools to give talks around crime and consequences.
We will continue to conduct joint evening high visibility patrols with DMBC officers and take action following any reports of crime.
Antisocial behaviour in Bentley -
Following reports of youth congregating around Bentley My Place and Lidl we have conducted high visibility patrols in the area at peak times and obtained CCTV of the youths. These have been circulated and the youths responsible have been identified and visited by SYP and DMBC and issued ASB warning letters.
We have been working in conjunction with partners to provide educational inputs at local schools.
Roman Ridge Ward;
Off road bikes - TPT and Roman Ridge
We aim to tackle this with with partners and with the use of the dedicated off road bike and intervention team (ORBIT).
The ORBIT team have seen significant results in recent months in the North area and we will continue to restrict access, problem solve locations and taken enforcement action where appropriate.
Speeding and off road bikes
Speed gun operations have been conducted and further dates are planned as well as a request for traffic officers in the outer villages
Askern & Norton Ward;
Anti social behaviour involving off road bikes/quads and burglaries
Work with Partners to look at enforcement, The off road bike team have been requested and are attending on a number of dates. The Road Policing Group ( traffic) and drone officers will also be providing additional support.
Patrol plan in place for high visibility patrols in Askern/Campsall and we have a close link with CID to identify patterns and offenders.