We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our websites. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to recieve all cookies from Peterborough City Council and all participating council sites. You can change your cookie settings at any time.

    

Community Safety Forum

A newly formed SaferPeterborough partnership arson investigation unit will be the focus at the first quarterly community safety forum at Peterborough United Football Club on Friday 17 September 2010 at 2.30pm.

The partnership is hosting the forum and welcomes members of the public with an interest in how the new service is tackling city arsonists and how partner organisations established it.

Arson investigation teamIncidents of arson have dropped since the launch of the unit at the start of the summer. The team is made up of a detective from Cambridgeshire Constabulary, a fire investigator from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service and an analyst. Pictured are fire detective Ruth Sheehan and fire investigator Martin Boome.

The event runs from 2.30pm until 4.30pm and it is also open to representatives from local organisations. Entry is free of charge but places should be booked in advance by telephoning Christine Graham on (01733) 864120 or emailing saferpeterborough@peterborough.gov.uk.

The community safety forums provide people with an opportunity to hear about the different aspects of the SaferPeterborough partnership and share their views about how services are delivered. Please ask for information about future forums.

UPDATE: 14 November 2013 The Police are noticing a sharp rise in the number of catalytic converter thefts across the City and Eastern Sector (PE1 postcodes) are affected. 
Here are the details of the number of thefts and locations since 1 November 2013 in our area: Peveril Road (Millfield), Delamere Close (Eastfield), Osric Court (Eastfield), Danes Close (Eastfield), Martinsbridge (Parnwell), Eastern Avenue (Dogsthorpe).
Those with street parking, rather than private driveways appear to be most vulnerable, but please do stay alert for suspicious activity in your area.

Please note: Translations are handled by an external website and are not endorsed by Peterborough City Council.