PC Michelle Fuge

PCSO Eira Jones

PCSO Sophie Maunder

Local Policing Priorities

Date agreed: 13 October 2014

Updates

15 January 2015

15/01/2015 - There have been no reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in the Hengoed area for the month of December. Hengoed NPT are continually showing a high visible police presence in the areas known locally to experience ASB type issues and this is evident in the fact that the area continues to experience very low ASB.

14 December 2014

14/12/2014 - There have been two reported incidents of Anti-social behaviour in the month of November for the Hengoed area. The first incident was regarding the removal of persons unauthorised to stay at a certain location. The second incident was regarding youths who had been causing general anti-social behaviour which was resolved quickly and with no issues. Hengoed NPT will continue to patrol the area showing a high police presence and target hotspot areas to keep ASB to a minimum over the Christmas period.

05 December 2014

13/10/2014There has only been one call of Anti-social behaviour in the Hengoedward of Llanelli during the month of September. Regarding this call, bothparties were given words of advice and it is highly unlikely to be a repeatedissue. Hengoed NPT are continually showing a high visible police presence inthe areas known locally to experience ASB type issues and this is evident inthe fact that the area continues to experience very low ASB. Although notreported to Police, Residents in the Maengwynne area have expressed concernswith issues in the street Between Friday and Sundays is when the ASB is at itsgreatest which includes driving uninsured vehicles dangerously, drinking andalcohol related ASB, drugs and intimidating behaviour. Regular patrols areneeded to monitor this to discourage further ASB in the area. We are alsolinking in with Council, Housing and ASB officer to tackle this.

05 December 2014

14/11/2014There have been seven reports of Anti-social behaviour in the Hengoed ward of Llanelli during the month of October with the type of calls ranging from noise complaints to neighbour disputes and ASB at two separate locations involving youths being loud and having alcohol. There had been an organised party at one location which had more people at the venue than usual therefore the noise being greater. There had been a report of youths being noise / drunk around the Sandy area with one female being drunk in particular. This person has been found and not in possession of any alcohol and there were no offences disclosed. Further patrols will be made around known hot spot areas and where calls are being reported. During the winter months Hengoed usually sees a decrease in ASB issues involving youths and drinking.

Date agreed: 13 October 2014

Updates

15 January 2015

15/01/2015 - There has been one incident in the Hengoed ward regarding drugs for the month of December. A small amount of cannabis was found and properly disposed of, the owner of the drug remains unknown however useful intelligence has been attained and will be acted upon. Throughout the month, Hengoed NPT has targeted youths and their use of legal highs, a number of youths have been spoken to and legal highs confiscated from them. Hengoed NPT will continue to target this matter, showing a police presence to discourage the youths from using legal highs.

05 December 2014

13/10/2014High visibilitypatrols have been made in areas linked to anti-social behaviour and underagedrinking, such as Sandy Water Park and other known hotspots within the ward.NPT have made sure to show a high police presence with the pupils of Stradeyand students of Coleg Sir Gar. Youths have been spoken to and advice has beengiven in relation to underage drinking but there have been no occasions wherealcohol has actually been confiscated during patrols of the ward. With thesummer holidays over now and previous experience of working within the wardthere is a large decrease is underage drinking entering the winter months.

05 December 2014

14/11/2014 - High visibility patrols have been made in areas linked to anti-social behaviour and underage drinking in known hotspots within the ward such as Sandy Water Park. There had been a report of youths being noise / drunk around the Sandy area with one female being drunk in particular. This person has been found and not in possession of any alcohol and there were no offences disclosed. Further patrols will be made around known hot spot areas and where calls are being reported.

Local area: Hengoed

Date agreed: 31 December 2016

Action

Shoplifting:

 Following the opening of the new CO-OP at Parc Y Strade, Iscoed Road, there were noted to be four alcohol related shoplifting incidents during the month of November. A Youth Restorative Disposal was issued, and suspects identified and charged.  One shoplifter has also been banned from the store and added to the Steal and Be Banned List.  Regular high visibility passing patrols will be undertaken to provide reassurance.A visit was also conducted with our Communities & Partnership Department providing additional security advice to staff at the store. High visibility patrols will be conducted in the area to provide reassurance.

 

Antisocial behaviour calls:

This month saw only four antisocial behaviour calls, compared to a total of thirteen last year.   The calls ranged from suspicious activity, neighbourhood dispute, parking dispute and one egg throwing incident. Patrols will continue on the ward to deter behaviour.   Op Bang presentations in conjunction with the Fire Service were delivered to schools leading up to Bonfire Night.

  

Drugs:

Several intelligence reports were submitted in relation to drug use/dealing in Coleg Sir Gar. Weekly beat surgeries will hopefully encourage students to come forward with any information to the Neighbourhood Policing Team.  Measures can then be put in place to tackle this problem. 

 

 

 

Updates

01 April 2016

There were four antisocial behaviour calls received on Hengoed during the month of April. Two noise complaints, one neighbour dispute and one of antisocial behaviour.  

Regular patrols will be carried out on the ward to assist in reducing such incidents especially in Sandy Water Park where groups tend to congregate during the summer months.

01 March 2016

During the month of February four antisocial behaviour calls were received. These involved two incidents of noise disturbances, one neighbourhood dispute and one egg throwing incident.

Patrols will continue be carried out in the neighbourhood to assist in reducing antisocial behaviour

01 February 2016

Nine antisocial behaviour calls occurred during the month of January. These calls consisted of two noise complaints due to ongoing roadworks, an incident of car revving, two incidents of loud music being played, a neighbourhood dispute, fireworks being let off and bullying. The majority of these incidents were dealt with successfully and are unlikely to be reoccurring incidents. Unfortunately incidents involving ongoing roadworks are out of police control however the local neighbourhood police team are available if you want to voice any concerns.

31 December 2015

During the month of December, Hengoed received three antisocial behaviour complaints.  One complaint due to noise disturbance in the Furnace area due to festive revellers, a neighbour dispute incident and a social media incident.

30 November 2015

Hengoed received five calls this month regarding antisocial behaviour.  These ranged from neighbour disputes, car parking issues, an egg throwing incident, fireworks due to bonfire night and a minor antisocial behaviour complaint.

11 November 2015

31/10/15

During the month of October there have been four reported calls of antisocial behaviour within the ward.  The calls related to noise pollution, littering, a Facebook complaint and antisocial complaint on Halloween night.

30 September 2015

During the month of September there have only been four reported calls of ASB within the ward which is very quiet as this did include some of the remaining summer holidays where we usually see an increase in this area with underage drinking usually being a factor.  This month has not been the case the four calls relate to issues such as a motoring offence, a neighbour dispute & two youth issues at school.

31 August 2015

 

August 15-A total of three calls were received regarding antisocial behaviour issues this month during what normally would have been the busiest month due to the Summer holidays. Drinking in public areas in the Hengoed area was down to a minimum compared to previous years with no reports suggesting otherwise.  Local officers have been conducting regular patrols in these areas which may have an influence on this behaviour.

16 August 2015

Squat located in Sandy Water Park, park rangers have been informed and will take action.  Seven calls relating to antisocial behaviour have been reported during the month of July.  Out of the seven two of them are in relation to an ASBIS which we are currently monitoring and linking with other agencies.  The remaining calls relate to issues with neighbour nuisance, noise pollution, and parking and off road motorbikes all of which are isolated incidents. 

04 March 2015

There has only been one reported incident of Anti-social behavior in the month of February for the Hengoed area. This issue was only a singular incident relating to social media and has been dealt with. Hengoed NPT will continue to patrol the area showing a high police presence and target any hotspot areas to keep ASB to a minimum over the coming months.  As Anti-Social Behavior has been low, this will be removed as a priority and will return if there is evidence to support it being an issue in the ward.

01 February 2015

There have been four reported incidents of Anti-social behaviour for the month of January for the Hengoed area. First incident relates to noise and possible drugs taking place at an address logged anonymously for Police awareness. Secondly ASB of fireworks being let off in Sandy Water Park, officers have spoken to the caller and the people have moved off from the area prior to Police attendance. The other call relates to noise on a property which had finished prior to Police attendance not causing any further issues. Hengoed NPT will continue to patrol the area showing a high police presence and target any hotspot areas to keep ASB to a minimum over the coming months.

Local area: Hengoed

Date agreed: 19 May 2016

Action

 

 

Updates

19 May 2016

One negative drug warrant executed this month and a total of five intelligence logs submitted. Further intelligence will be collated on the patch by closely communicating with members of the public regarding the areas concerned.

16 August 2015

During the month of July, five intelligence logs have been submitted with regard to drug activity in Hengoed.  Patrols will be continued in the area.  Intelligence was gathered by liaising with members of the community during foot patrol on the patch. Warrants are due to be executed within the ward based within the ward following intelligence gathered. 
We have only received one report regarding drugs for the month of July whereby we have submitted intelligence.

28 July 2015

During the month of June, eight intelligence logs have been submitted with regard to drug activity in Hengoed.  Once again the intelligence was gathered by linking up with key individuals/residents in the community and business/shop owners whilst out on foot patrol on the patch.  This emphasises the value of maintaining regular contact with the public.  Will continue to do patrols in the area.
No warrants have been conducted to date, however we are looking at gathering more intelligence.  Two other drug offences within the ward were an incident whereby a male was acting suspiciously, found to be in possession of drugs and taken to custody. Secondly following a search at an alleged offender's home address where 5 Valium tablets were located.

21 June 2015

During the month of May, eleven intelligence logs have been submitted with regard to drug activity in Hengoed. One call was received from the public in relation to drugs. Three intelligence logs have been submitted in relation to that call with a view to executing a warrant.  The intelligence was gathered by linking up with key individuals/residents in the community and business/shop owners whilst out on foot patrol on the patch.  This emphasises the value of maintaining regular contact with the public.  Will continue to do patrols in the area.  One warrant has been conducted in the Pwll area which was negative.

01 June 2015

There have been no reported calls for Drug offences in the Hengoed ward reported in the month of April, Twelve drugs logs have been submitted this month warrants to be executed shortly. Regular patrols and linking in with key individuals on the patch, gathering intelligence will be the priority for the next month to continue our aim of tackling drug offences within the ward.

11 April 2015

There have been no reported calls for Drug offences in the Hengoed ward reported in the month of March although there has been one positive drug arrest in the Furnace area believed to be heroin pending tests.  Four Drug logs have been submitted this month with a view of obtaining warrants to be executed for the coming month. From making patrols in the ward and linking in with key individuals / house to house and help of local persons in the community we have been able to gather this intelligence which will then be actioned.

04 March 2015

There have been no reported calls for Drugs in the Hengoed ward or crimes reported in the month of February.  From making patrols in the area and linking in with key individuals four intelligence logs have been submitted for the month of February in relation to drugs in the Hengoed ward with the view of obtaining a warrant on them and gathering further intelligence on.

01 February 2015

There has been one reported call for Drugs in the Hengoed ward which was in the Pwll area.  Officers have been called to an address and an arrest has been made.  Currently awaiting test results of the substance. Two intelligence logs have been submitted for the month of January in relation to drugs in the Hengoed ward.

Date agreed: 15 August 2015

Action

Squat located in Sandy Water Park, park rangers have been informed and will take action. Seven calls relating to antisocial behaviour have been reported during the month of July. Out of the seven two of them are in relation to an ASBIS which we are currently monitoring and linking with other agencies. The remaining calls relate to issues with neighbour nuisance, noise pollution, and parking and off road motorbikes all of which are isolated incidents.

Updates

28 July 2015

A regular patrol of the area has not revealed any parking issues.  We have not been approached further by parents or staff regarding this matter.  If the problem recurs we will re-evaluate and contact partner agencies to try and solve this problem.  At this time this priority will be drawn to a close.

21 June 2015

Local PCSOs Dan and Eira have patrolled the school during the beginning of school and collection times, no issues have been reported to us by parents.  Have visited the school and no parking issues have been raised.  We will continue to monitor this as it has been an issue in the past.
We have been in contact with the Highways Department in the Council who have are looking at arranging a site meeting in the coming weeks to discuss this matter further.

01 June 2015

There have been no reported calls regarding parking issues during the month of April, although cars have been moved on by officers and we are attending when possible.  The school have assisted in recent times sending letters to parents informing them not to park on this section.  The school have not raised any further issues to parking and we will be looking at closing this priority soon if calls and concerns are no longer received.  The local School liaison officer has also been assisting in speaking with persons parking at the school and moving them on.

11 April 2015

Since the opening of the new school in Furnace there have been complaints regarding parking, between the two parking areas on the cycle/footpath causing safety issues when children are crossing back and forth. There have been no reported calls regarding parking issues during the month of March, although cars have been moved on by officers and we are attending when possible. The school have assisted in recent times sending letters to parents informing them not to park on this section. The school is currently closed for half term; we will then link in with the school after this time to address the matter again and establishing if it is still an issue.

Local area: Hengoed

Date agreed: 15 August 2015

Action

 

Hengoed

 

ASB Hengoed Ward

 

Drugs

 

Speeding Hengoed Ward

Local area: Hengoed

Date agreed: 01 October 2016

Action

A total of three people have shown an interest in volunteering and have been briefed about this role.  We have reported speeding issues on the ward to Roads Policing Unit in order to highlight the issue.

Updates

01 March 2016

Pentrepoeth Road: A further email has been forwarded to the Council regarding placing counters on the road. In the meantime patrols have been carried out. Speed checks will be carried out in due course on Hengoed Ward.

01 February 2016

Local residents continue to voice their concerns with regards to the counters that are due to be placed on Pentrepoeth Road. The local Neighbourhood Policing Team continues to liaise with the Highways Department and will update local residents with any information that comes to light. In the meantime patrols will continue to be carried out in the area. Speed checks will also be carried out with an RPU officer throughout the month of February on the Hengoed Ward.

31 December 2015

Pentrepoeth Road: Awaiting the Highways Department to place counters on the road to monitor speeding issue. In the meantime the area will be regularly patrolled. 
Due to other work commitments this month, speed checks have yet to be to be carried out on Iscoed, Penywern and Sandpiper Road.

30 November 2015

Pentrepoeth Road: Speeding monitoring equipment will be placed alongside the road to monitor this.  The Highways Department are arranging for the council to place counters on the road to measure this and will update us once the results are available.  Roads Policing will then decide whether to issue fixed penalty notices.
Due to work commitments, the speed checks are outstanding for Iscoed, Penywern and Sandpiper Road. We will endeavour to address this issue in December.

30 November 2015

Pentrepoeth Road: Speeding monitoring equipment will be placed alongside the road to monitor this.  The Highways Department are arranging for the council to place counters on the road to measure this and will update us once the results are available.  Roads Policing will then decide whether to issue fixed penalty notices.
Due to work commitments, the speed checks are outstanding for Iscoed, Penywern and Sandpiper Road. We will endeavour to address this issue in December.

11 November 2015

31/10/15

Pentrepoeth Road:  Residents are complaining of vehicles speeding on this stretch of road.  Highways Department have been contacted and we are arranging for speed counters to be placed on the road in due course.   The outcome will then be passed onto the Roads Policing Unit to decide whether to issue fixed penalty notices. In the meantime, regular patrols will be undertaken.
Additional speed checks outstanding for Iscoed, Penywern and Sandpiper Road.
 

30 September 2015

Elgin Road - Speed checks were conducted on Elgin Road, out of the 20 vehicles monitored; only one exceeded the speed limit.

B4309 - Speed checks were carried out on the B4309 where the speed limit is 50 MPH and the results were 100 vehicles doing less than 50 MPH, 6 vehicles doing between 51 MPH and 60 MPH. These checks were carried out over a 45 minute period and will be feedback to the roads policing team.
Additional speed checks will be carried out in Iscoed, Penywern and Sandpiper Road.
Regular foot patrols have been conducted on Stradey Hill with Tweets on Twitter reminding people that this is access for residents only and not be used as short cut.  Residents have been happy with our actions taken to minimise traffic.  We have not received any other complaints from the Action Group.

Local area: Llanelli

Date agreed: 30 November 2015

Action

 


This is a new priority. Update to follow at the end of the month.

Local area: Hengoed

Date agreed: 31 March 2017

Action

Antisocial behaviour: Seven antisocial behaviour calls received during the month of March, two of which involved loud music, 1 council related matter, three general antisocial behaviour and 1 incident involving motorcycles. 

There has been a recent spate of antisocial behaviour in Sandy Water Park with a ranging from underage drinking, encampments and fires being set off in a derelict building. In order to resolve the latter, NPT met with Carmarthenshire Council and Arson Reduction Team and steps are being taken to secure the building.  Signage has also been placed warning people of the dangers of entering such buildings.  NPT will also be working closely with the Park Rangers and residents in the area in a bid to improve matters.

 

Intelligence Gathering for Drugs:

Two positive seizures of cannabis were obtained on the patch this month and the Housing Department notified of such activities where tenants are in breach of their tenancy. Foot patrols will be continued throughout the patch to gather further information to tackle drug activity by engaging with members of the public.

The Wales Drug and Alcohol Helpline – 0808 808 2234.

 

Good Work:

06/03/2017 - Crime Prevention Input – Mother’s Union, Pwll,

08/03/2017 – Hate Crime Surgery at Graig College, with Victim Support.

27/03/2017 - Community Impact Meeting, Pwll.

18/30/2017 - Positive engagement with young people throughout the day in Ramps as well as Furnace Youth Club.

 

Local area: Hengoed

Date agreed: 01 August 2017

Action

Antisocial behaviour:

There were a total of thirteen antisocial behaviour calls during the month of July, which was anticipated due to the spate of hot weather and school holidays. These ranged from neighbour disputes, noise complaints, boy racers, parking issues and general antisocial behaviour.

HOTSPOT

Sandy Water Park is a current hotspot where bonfires are being lit within the woods causing concern amongst the public of this spreading out of control in hot weather. In order to educate members of the public NPT contacted the Arson Reduction Team who kindly placed notices around the park to reinforce the dangers of fire.

Underage drinkers have been congregating in Sandy woods. Alcohol has been confiscated on several occasions and parents notified of this.

There has also been criminal damage caused in the woods with trees being damaged and bike runs being built without the council’s permission. In order to deter this, NPT will patrol the area and obtain personal details of those involved.

It is also suspected that drugs are being used in the woods and any individuals found in possession will be dealt with accordingly.

Sandy Water Park is a no fishing zone. Anyone seen fishing will be asked to show their fishing licence, and the details of which will be forwarded to National Resources Wales on 0300 65 3000. 

Neighbourhood Policing Team will continue to patrol this hotspot over the Summer months, especially during the evening time to prevent antisocial behaviour. Joint patrols will also be carried out with the Park Rangers.

 

 

Events:

  • Carms Water Safety Initiative 10th August, Sandy Water Park

  • Summer Event, Maengwynne 18th August

Local Events

Neighbourhood Meetings

Venue: Llanelli Town Hall

Date / time: 12 Dec 2018 - 18:30

Description:

HELP meeting (Hengoed, Elli and Lliedi Wards) - On the 2nd Wednesday every two months, 1830-1930

Venue: Llanelli Town Hall

Date / time: 13 Feb 2019 - 18:30

Description:

HELP meeting (Hengoed, Elli and Lliedi Wards) - On the 2nd Wednesday every two months, 1830-1930

Surgeries

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 13 Dec 2018 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 20 Dec 2018 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 27 Dec 2018 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 03 Jan 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 10 Jan 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 17 Jan 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 24 Jan 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 31 Jan 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 07 Feb 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 14 Feb 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 21 Feb 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 28 Feb 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Venue: Furnace Rugby Club

Date / time: 07 Mar 2019 - 18:30

Description:

Llanelli NPT are holding a beat surgery between 6:30pm-7:30pm every Thursday in Furnace Rugby Club.

Local Notices

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