|BURGLARY (Of homes)||2||2||2||1||3||0|
|BURGLARY OTHER (Shed, Garage, Business)||0||1||0||3||4||0|
|THEFT FROM A VEHICLE||3||0||5||4||1||5|
|THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE||4||3||0||1||0||2|
No burglaries to report for this month
No Burglary other than dwellings to report this month
Vehicle crime (Theft from A Vehicle)
Dobcross New Road –windscreen wipers removed from a vehicle.
Stoneswood Rd, Delph – sat nav stolen
Stoneswood Road, Delph – spare wheel stolen from a vehicle
Denshaw Road, Delph – chrome front grill, headlights and wing mirrors stolen from a vehicle
Barracks, Denshaw – compact disc stolen from a car’s glove compartment
Grains Road, Delph – Vauxhall Insignia stolen
Vehicle crime (Theft of a Motor Vehicle / vehicle interference)
Stoneswood Road, Delph – lock damaged on vehicle
Denshaw Road , Delph – damage to a motor vehicle
Spurn Lane, Diggle – Damage to front ground floor window
Delph New Road – domestic damage
No robberies to report this month
Greater Manchester Police has introduced bigger and more flexible Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs) across nine* of its 11 Divisions.
Neighbourhood and investigative officers will now work side by side in teams, allowing them to share their knowledge, expertise and experience. The change means more decisions will be taken at a neighbourhood level and officers can provide a response that better suits local needs.
Local officers will now have the capability to deal with serious offenders as well as community issues by integrating detectives into neighbourhood teams, helping to maintain the recent reductions in crime.
Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan said: “This restructuring process is vital to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible service to the public in the current challenging policing environment. The new teams will still be keeping communities safe, and with other agencies can provide a more joined up service to local people.
“Alongside this, GMP has also introduced a new police support staff role to assist the NPTs. Operational support officers will help with customer service, administration and IT duties, thus ensuring that police officers spend as much time as possible out in the community dealing with issues that matter.”
To raise public awareness of these changes, posters and cards have been produced to promote the Inspectors and contact details for each of the new NPTs. The communities covered by each team will also be listed, and cards are available from all police stations and a wide range of community venues.
People can continue to contact NPTs via telephone, email, Twitter and Facebook, and they can still speak to officers in person at surgeries and community meetings, or their nearest police station.
The GMP App which provides details of local teams, wanted people and appeals is now available for downloaded by going to www.gmp.police.uk and clicking on the App Store icon in the top-right corner or through this link: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/gmpolice/id592406619?mt=8. It will also be available for the Android operating system later this spring.
For non-emergency calls or to report a crime call police on 101, or for more information visit gmp.police.uk. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Use 999 only in emergencies where there is a threat to life or property or a crime in progress.