Padstow & St Merryn
Policed by: Devon & Cornwall Police
The following table and graphs show you crime and ASB breakdowns and trends for Padstow & St Merryn.
|ASB||Burglary||Robbery||Vehicle||Violent||Shoplifting||CD&A||Other Theft||Drugs||Bike Theft||Theft From the Person||Weapons||Public Order||Other||Total|
Crime Plus ASB Breakdown for Padstow & St Merryn
Crime Type and ASB Charts for Padstow & St Merryn
In September 2011, Other Crime was divided into 6 categories - Drugs, Public Disorder & Weapons (which was later split further and so is not displayed here), Criminal Damage & Arson (CD&A), Theft - Shoplifting, Theft-Other and Other.
From May 2013, the following changes were made to the crime categories:
I) The violent crime category was renamed "violence and sexual offences"
2) A new category for "bicycle theft" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
3) A new category for "theft from the person" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
4) Public disorder and weapons were then split into two new categories; "public order" and "possession of weapons"
5) Both "other firearms offences" and "other knives offences" which were in "other crime" were moved into "possession of weapons".
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On the 2nd Monday of each month the neighbourhood officers for the Port Isaac area - PC Malcolm Taylor and PCSO Claire Drennan attend the monthly parish council meeting held in the sports hall of Port Isaac school. The officers give a detailed crime reprot of crimes that have occurred in the previous month, projects the neighbourhood team are involved in, details of anti social behaviour, and any other matter within the community that the councillors should know about. If you would like to meet the officers or have any questions or issues you wish to raise please come along and they will make every effort to answer the question and resolve issues raised.
Port Isaac Primary School Sports Hall 10 Mayfield Road Port Isaac Cornwall PL29 3RT
28th September 2020 7:00 pm
On the 1st Monday of each month the parish council for St. Minver Lowlands meets in the council chambers at Rock Institute. As part of their meeting agenda PC Malcolm Taylor and PCSO Claire Drennan attend a give a police report in which they give detials of crime figures for the previous month, offenders brought to justice, incidents of Anti Social Behaviour, details of meeting with partner agents/groups such as pubwatch and any other matters within the community that the officers have been involved in. If you would like to meet the officers then please come along and fee free to discuss any matters or highlight any issues to them.
Council Chambers Rock Insitute Rock Road Rock Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 6LQ
28th September 2020 7:00 pm
On the last Tuesday of each month Padstow Town Council hold their monthly meeting in the council chambers at the town council offices at Trecerus Industrial Estate, Padstow. Police are sometimes in attendance to give a police report for the Padstow area for the previous month.
Padstow Town Council Unit 5B Trecerus Industrial Estate Padstow Cornwall PL28 8RW
29th September 2020 7:00 pm
On the 2nd tuesday of each month PC Malcolm TAYLOR and PCSO Claire DRENNAN attend the parish council meeting for St. Minver Highlands. The officers attend together or seperately. As part of the agenda the officers give a crime report, within this report are details of crimes occurred within the past month, detials of anti social behaviour, projects the neighbourhood officers are involved in and detials of matters arising at partner meetings such as pubwatch.
St. Minver Highlands Parish Council Perceval Institute Menefreda Way St. Minver Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 6QJ
29th September 2020 7:00 pm
PCSO 30280 Clive WHERRY will be at the John Betjeman Centre each month to answer your questions and give advice.
Clive will be in 'The Snug' from 1pm on those days.
John Betjeman Centre Southern Way Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 7BX
30th September 2020 1:00 pm
On the 3rd Wednesday of each month the chamber meets and as part of their agenda, a police report is given concerning details of crimes and other matters in the immediate area. The chamber are updated on neighbourhood projects involving the youngsters in the town, inter agency meetings and partnership matters, which include's pubwatch.
Chamber of Commerce Conservative Club 54 Molesworth Street Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 7DR
30th September 2020 5:45 pm
Every 2nd Wednesday of each month the Town Council meets and as part of the public session, PC Helen Lentern and PCSO Phil Chanter attend to give a crime report for the previous month. also within the report are details of on going projects, details of inter agency and partnership meetings such as pubwatch and also matters of anti social behaviour. Please come along and speak with Phil and Helen to ask questions or discuss issues affecting you in your area.
Wadebridge Town Council Town Hall The Platt Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 7AQ
30th September 2020 7:00 pm
- Identify, agree and drive forward local priorities for their community network area
- Have their say on local service delivery and on strategies that affect their communities
- Work together to promote the wellbeing of their local areas and bring communities together
- Build relationships between the people and organisations working in their communities
This work is lead by the community network panels. There’s one for each community network area. The panels include the Cornwall councillors and representatives from town and parish councils within the community network area. The panels can also invite local organisations and service providers, like the police and health services, to join them at their meetings.
Each community network is supported by a community link officer. Their role includes working closely with Cornwall councillors, town and parish councils and other organisations in the community network area.
Wadebridge Cricket Pavillion Egloshayle Road Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 6AE
1st October 2020 7:00 pm
The monthly meeting of St Breock Parish Council.
Meeting at The Paddock Room, Hawksfield, A39, Wadebridge
For more details please see:- http://www.stbreockparishcouncil.co.uk
St. Breock Parish Council The Paddock Room Hawksfield St. Breock Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 7LR
7th October 2020 7:30 pm
On the 2nd Tuesday of each month, the neighbourhood officer for St.Kew- PCSO Claire Drennan attends the parish council meeting and gives a Police report to the council and any other attendee's. The report contains detials of crimes in the area for the previous month, projects etc being undertaken by the neighbourhood officers and team such as Speed Watch and any incidents of Anti Social Behaviour etc.
St Kew Parish Council St Kew Parish Hall St. Kew Bodmin Cornwall PL30 3HB
12th October 2020 7:00 pm
Full Council meeting of the St Merryn Parish Council. Held in the parish Hall, there is a section at the start of the meeting for Public Participation. We attend occasionally but for operational reasons, we cannot attend every meeting.
St Merryn Parish Council St Merryn Church Hall B3276 St. Merryn Padstow Cornwall PL28 8ND
15th October 2020 7:00 pm
Padstow and the outlying villages make up one third of the policing area of Wadebridge covered by the Wadebridge Neighbourhood Team.
In 2001 the population of Padstow was given as just over 3,000 however this figure has increased over the last 10 years.
Padstow has one primary school in the area, however within the Neighbourhood policing area there are further primary schools at St.Merryn, St.Issey, and St.Eval.
Padstow and the areas around continue to grow mainly with the growth of residential properties.
Tourism is the main source of income for these areas with a large number of caravan and campsites. Steins remains one of the "high" profile employer's with a number of business's in the Padstow area.
The area, like Wadebridge, continues to be one of the safest places in Cornwall to live and work.Incidents of recorded crime continue to fall and there are few incidents of anti-social behaviour. However the perception and fear of crime remains unusually high.
Like Wadebridge, the Neighbourhood officers work closely with partners and partner agents and have an excellant working relationship with them especially Padstow Town Council.
The neighbourhood officers continue to engage with the public on community issues by way of the PACT process and together with partners ensure these areas continue to be as safe as they possibly can be.
Padstow Neighbourhood Officers working with the community and Town Council to erect a community notice board on the Town Council offices in Padstow.