Mole Valley Leatherhead Common Panel Meeting JANUARY 2009

A report for the panel meeting from The Leatherhead North Safer Neighbourhoods Policing team

Statistics for 19/10/08-19/11/08


Burglary Dwelling



Burglary Non Dwelling



Theft From Motor Vehicle (TFMV)



Theft of Motor Vehicle (TOMV)






Violent crime



Criminal Damage






Crime statistics have remained low for North Leatherhead.

Burglaries generally increase over this period but Im pleased to say that we only had four over the festive period which is low compared with other areas of Surrey.

Last months priority was anti social behaviour on the Cleeve road estate particularly Randalls Cresent.

We have tried to spend as much time as we can on the estate and hope people have seen us. I am unaware of anti social behaviour in Randalls Cresent over this period.

On New Years Eve there was an altercation on Cleeve Road. This is believed to have spilled out from a party on Randalls Cresent. A 19 year old male suffered quite severe facial injuries.

One local male has been arrested and released on Police bail while enquiries continue. If anyone has any information about this please speak to me afterwards.

I mentioned last month about the assault on Kingston Road where a male was hit with a bottle. One male has been arrested with a second to follow shortly.

With regards to the hatchings at the crossing close to Clements Mead, I have moved a number of cars off from this area and will continue to do so.

With regards to vehicles speeding down Clements Mead, I have spoken with our Casualty Reduction team and they are currently dealing with speeding issues in other areas of Mole Valley but will have a look at Clements Mead as soon as they can.

I was told about the coach that parks outside Onestop last month. I have spoken to the head office of the coach company and the coach has not been seen since.

I have spoken with the manager at Ashtead Plant hire and he has agreed to speak with all his drivers and try to stagger their deliveries. Has this made any difference?

We have received a number of complaints from residents close to Esso petrol station about “boy racers” causing problems in the early hours of the morning on the forecourt. These same vehicles have been seen doing “doughnuts” in Tescos car park.

We have created this as a neighbourhood issue and issued banning orders from Esso to the offending vehicles.

I propose to target this for the following month.

PC Fran DAVEY 3239
Leatherhead Town & South SNT
Address: Leatherhead Police Station, 44 Kingston Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 7BN
Tel: 01483 6 (31356)
Mobile: 07967 98 (8956)

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