Pitsmoor Road Neighbour hood Watch

Neigbourhood watch
Neigbourhood watch

Story:Frances Ireson,Group Co-ordinator

Pitsmoor Road Neighbourhood Watch group met on Monday 9th February.

At this meeting our local PCSO Helen Nicholls gave us an update and PCSO Andy Brierley was able give us a wider picture across North Sheffield.

They encouraged us to report incidents on 101 and also online to ‘Fix My Street’ where posts from other neighbours can be seen. This is especially useful to help the council deal with litter and fly tipping.

We hope to work with Pye Bank School in future to organise litter picks in the area.

It is important that crimes and all incidents that cause a nuisance are reported to 101. The details are then forwarded to the appropriate police team and also to the relevant council department or agencies. Your information will then be used to build an overall picture and take action.

The group will meet next at 7-9pm on Monday 20th April in the Welcome Centre.

For more information please ring 0114 272 5240 or email Frances Ireson at office@christchurchpitsmoor.com

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