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    • nottspolice Home Secretary Theresa May MP gave a ringing endorsement of the force during a visit to St Ann's in Nottingham. She said she recognised the performance improvements the force has made and is confident this will continue. After meeting with DCC Chris Eyre, ACC Paul Broadbent and Supt Dave Walker, the Home Secretary spoke about the partne...rship work that is being done to tackle antisocial behaviour and local officers' enthusiasm for serving the public. She said: "I see from looking at the figures for Nottinghamshire and from talking to police officers and senior level officers here today, a force that has been improving and they are determined to carry on that improvement. "There is a real focus on ensuring they can deliver for local people - they are dealing with crime and cutting crime. "Be clear that we are getting rid of targets for police forces to be replaced with one objective and that is to cut crime. "That has been taken up here in Nottinghamshire and some of the things they are doing are working well, for example, how they work with the local councils and tackling antisocial behaviour. "There is a real enthusiasm for getting out there and dealing with the problems." Insp Keith Priest conducted a tour of St Ann's Police Station where the Home Secretary met response officers and the Drugs Offences Team before being taken on a tour of the area by the local beat team, led by Sgt Nigel Bradley. She attended a community meeting at Dane Court Community Centre before answering questions from the media. Visit www.nottinghamshire.police.uk Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/nottspolice Become a fan on Facebook www.facebook.com/nottspolice Watch our story on www.youtube.com/nottinghampolice
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    • nottspolice Chief Constable Julia Hodson switched her focus to the city this week as she continued her opinion-gathering tour of Nottinghamshire. Earlier this month, the Chief announced a series of trips to visit various groups in the county to ask them for their feedback about policing. This week she joined two Nottingham beat teams at meetings they regularly attend to talk about the issues affecting the communities they look after. Ms Hodson explained: "It's essential the police are visible, accessible and responsive to everyone in Nottinghamshire and that includes me. I want to learn how people feel about safety in their neighbourhood, from as many of the varied communities in the county as possible, and discuss how we can improve their quality of life. "Collecting feedback from public groups such as the ones I will visit in Nottingham over the next few weeks will be crucial in helping to shape some tough decisions against a backdrop of unprecedented financial restraints." The Chief joined the Forest Fields beat team for the lunch-time curry buffet at the Forest Fields Community Centre, in Sturton Street, Nottingham, today (October 28). Hear her and chair of the Pakistan Forum Michael Ilyas explain how the police and community are working together to beat antisocial behaviour and make the area a safe place to live, work and visit. Visit our website http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/nottspolice Become a fan on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/nottspolice
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    • pcmcreative This is an amazing interview. Shame you got cut off a 30 mins. More of this please. "Emma" you are an inspiration. Anyone reading this comment and who hasn't listen to this Boo, make the time you will not be disappointed. Excellent. Thank you Phil and "Emma".
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    • nottspolice Plain-clothed officers who arrested two burglars moments after they had broken into a family home have been commended by Judge Michael Stokes QC for their quick thinking and initiative. PC Jim Russell-Taylor and PC Mark Westlake were patrolling burglary hotspots in the early hours of March 25 this year, when they saw two youths acting suspiciously. PC Russell-Taylor said: “We were walking along Mapperley Road into Forest Road about 5am and spotted the lads. After following them for a couple of minutes, we became a little bit suspicious so we stopped them to have a closer look at what they were carrying.” When the officers checked the contents of their bag, the officers found a Mac laptop worth around £1600, two iPhones and other goods. The pair were arrested and when questioned insisted they owned the goods or they belonged to family members. However, they were caught out when it became apparent that they didn’t know any of the numbers in the phone or the registered owner named on the laptop. When PC Westlake called the ‘home’ number saved in one of the phones, the victim hadn’t realised that her house had been burgled.
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    • nottspolice A pensioner suffering mental health issues was rescued from a canal in Thrumpton, near Retford, after she was reported missing after failing to return from a walk. Using local knowledge and support from CCTV, PC Steve Carr located the 81-year-old woman underneath a metal grate in the canal in Goosemoor Lane yesterday (October 6). PC Carr held her up in the water, despite her protestations, until PC Mark Walker helped to get her out. She was taken by ambulance to Bassetlaw District General hospital where she was treated for shock and currently remains. http://www.twitter.com/nottspolice http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk