The Cambridgeshire County Council proposes to make an Order under Sections 84 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (“the Act”) and of all other enabling powers, having given public notice in accordance with subsection (2) of that section and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with paragraph 9 of Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act the effect of which will be to impose a 20mph speed limit in the village of Hail Weston.
The draft Order, together with a map showing the road and length of road concerned and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be examined at Reception, Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge, CB3 0AP or at the office of the undersigned during normal office hours or go to http://bit.ly/cambridgeshiretro
Objections to the proposal, together with the grounds on which they are made or any additional comments, must be sent in writing to the undersigned or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2nd August 2019 quoting reference PR0555. If you require further information regarding this proposal please telephone Karen Lunn in the Local Projects Team (0345 045 5212).
Steve Cox, Executive Director, Place & Economy, c/o Policy and Regulation, Vantage House, Washingley Road, Huntingdon PE29 6SR
Official copy of Public Notice
Richard Braddick, PCSO 7101
Richard Braddick recently attended Hail Weston Parish Council Assembly he enquired if residents were signed up to E-cops
Register here https://member-registration.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/108/Join
His contact details are: St Neots Safer Neighbourhood Team
St. Neots Police Station, Dovehouse Close, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 1DS
Mobile: 07921-094801, Richard.email@example.com
He encouraged all to report any suspicious activity/crime – citing issues on Ford Road, including deposits of small silver cans to suspicious vehicles.
101 for urgent calls, 999 for urgent response alternatively Reporting non-emergencies online. To view the online reporting section of the constabulary’s website visit www.cambs.police.uk/report/. The live webchat function is available by clicking on the green icon on the bottom right of the page.
In October last year (2018) Cambridgeshire Constabulary re-launched their website with added functionality to report non-emergencies via specially designed forms or a live webchat.
The live webchat option enables people to communicate directly with a member of staff in the control room, just as would be the case when calling 101. Online forms are processed in the same way as a call and the person reporting can expect a response within 24 hours.
Due to the high level of demand there are often queues when calling 101. Reporting online is quick, easy and free of charge.
Superintendent James Sutherland said: “In the digital age people are doing more and more online. I’m pleased that our website now has increased capability to allow people to contact us in this way.
The system went through a thorough testing process and has been used successfully thousands of times since being introduced.
“Feedback from a recent survey suggested that some people wanted to communicate directly with a person rather than submitting an online form. The webchat function allows people to do exactly that.
Report submitted online are treated in the same way as when people call 101 and will receive the same outcome.”
The Neighbourhood Watch scheme in Hail Weston as you may know requires volunteers. The task is not too onerous. As a start a new member on the Parish Council, Peter Mailer, has offered to try and help, so there is at least a point of contact.
Peter is hoping to contact the appropriate local community police officer to meet some of us at the neighbourhood café in the Village Hall hopefully in January. This hopefully will enable Hail Weston to perhaps understand what we should be doing to protect what is ours and improve understanding of running an effective Neighbourhood Watch scheme.
Peter has recently joined the E cops website, Cambridgeshire police and Huntingdonshire police. By registering with eCops, you’ll receive news and appeals, local crime information and crime prevention advice – direct to you as an e-mail. Any interested residents, can if haven’t already join here: – https://member-registration.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/108/Join
In the meantime if you see anything suspicious or interested in helping please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as well as using the normal routes to contact the police!
Suspicious activity on 101
St Neots Safer Neighbourhood Team – PCSO 7101 Richard Braddick, Richard.email@example.com
Mobile 07921 094801
With the winter weather we have noticed that some of the footpaths in the Parish have started to become rather difficult to pass. The people to report this to are CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, using their “Report a Problem” Service.
What to do:
It’s simple, easy, free and is the quickest way to report an issue to the right people.
A family had a lucky escape when a local resident rescued a mother and her two children after their car became stranded in rising flood water.
Read more here.