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Ashton Hurst Policing Team
PC 16417 Scott Ridgway
Neighbourhood Beat Officer
Hurst Ward (A3/A4)
Community Police Team
SGT 16467 Robert Froggatt
Ashton Hurst Ward (A3/A4)
Community Police Team
PCSO Helen Brockett
Greater Manchester Police
Tel: 0161 856 9497
UK Police Launch #WeStandTogether Campaign to Bring Communities Together;
Community leaders are joining together to launch a national initiative promoting community cohesion and unity.
‘We Stand Together’ encourages people to come together as one and celebrate their differences in order to build a safer and stronger United Kingdom.
The initiative has been launched following recent global events which have caused concern within communities across Greater Manchester.
Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy said: “Greater Manchester has a long and proud tradition of celebrating differences and sets a positive example to the rest of the world, which we should be immensely proud of.
“Recent attacks in Paris and Denmark have inevitably caused tension and fear within our communities and it is more important than ever that we come together as one and send a strong unified message that any attempt to create disharmony or fear is futile.
“We all have a responsibility to encourage community cohesion and I am calling on people to stand together against hatred and intolerance and show their support for each other during this difficult time”.
Councillor Bernard Priest, Manchester City Council's deputy leader, said: "Mancunians are rightly proud to live in a diverse and thriving city where people respect and tolerate each other, but there is no escaping the fact that incidents in other parts of the world can have an impact on community tensions here.
"Now, it is more important than ever for our communities to show the world that we are continuing to stand together, despite the troubling times we are living through, and demonstrate that hatred and intolerance have no place in our city."
Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd said: “Here in Greater Manchester, as across the land, we have strong, cohesive communities where we celebrate our diversity. But we should never take for granted the fact we live in a safe, tolerant part of the world as there are always those who would seek to drive us apart. By standing together we send out a clear and strong message that we celebrate and cherish our inclusive society, as well as recognising that we have a shared responsibility to work to safeguard it.”
Community leaders will be urging members of the public to use social media to spread the message of standing together using the hashtag #WeStandTogether
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Be secure on darker nights!
· It’s important to have tighter security in the darker months. Burglars will avoid homes that look occupied, so we recommend using a light-timer to switch your lights on when you’re out. #AlarmLocksLights
·Make it as hard as possible for burglars and turn your security alarm on at night-time and when you go out. #AlarmLocksLights
·Don’t let your home become a target for burglars. Make sure your doors and windows are locked when you go out and the keys aren’t in sight
·Make stolen items easier to get back by registering them for free www.immobilise.co.uk #AlarmLocksLights
·It’s easy to make it hard for burglars. Take a look at these steps and decrease your chances of becoming a target. #AlarmsLocksLights
·Darker nights mean tighter security is needed. Burglars will avoid homes that look occupied, so why not use a light timer to switch your lights on when you’re not home?
Welcome to the Tameside North Neighbourhood Policing Team. The team has been working extremely hard to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour which is clearly the issues that matter the most to you. One of our core functions is to disrupt the criminal activities of known offenders, however we would like to make a plea for you to support us with this, therefore if you have any information that will assist us then please speak with your local community officers or contact us anonymously via c...click here to read more
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Hello from your local policing team and welcome to the first edition of the Hust Neibourhood Policing Team (NPT) Newsletter. The newsletter will be produced on a quarterly basis and provide you, the Hurst residents, with updates on crime, hotspot areas, good news stories, details of people who have been charged with offences which have occurred on the Hurst ward. Also included are details of up and coming events, where you will be able to speak face to face, with a member of the team.