Hello, PCSO Jen Atkinson with your weekly update.
I hope you are keeping safe during these uncertain times. Please keep following government guidance, and only leave home for essential reasons. The neighbourhood team will continue to take action against households and individuals who breach regulations.
Parents, it is your responsibility to know where your children are.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your continued assistance with the issues in relation to off-road bikes. On Monday evening a bike was seized, and the rider will appear in court soon for driving offences. We work hard to tackle the problem and fully appreciate how frustrating the noise, mess and disruption these riders cause. We would ask that residents continue to report riders, and send us images and CCTV, of course this can all be done anonymously.
We are working with partner agencies, to secure funding and are always looking at new and innovative ways to tackle the problem.
Have you heard of our online messaging service, ‘Keep in the Know’? By signing up to this service for free you can find out what’s really happening in your local area – receive regular crime updates, information on road closures and learn about what your local neighbourhood policing team is doing. You can decide what agencies you wish to receive messages off when you sign up to the service. Head over to www.keepintheknow.co.uk and click ‘Sign up’. It won’t take long, and you can be kept up to date with many different things.
Aycliffe is a fantastic place to live and work, the community spirit is second to none. If there is something you feel needs addressing please don’t hesitate to get in touch on: