Added: Marshal Hatcher - Date: 24.10.2021 17:19 - Views: 30167 - Clicks: 5832
Measures such as upgrading and increasing CCTV in the area, repairing and improving alley gates and introducing 70 new street lights will prevent crime, making it safer for residents.
The funding will also be used to carry out regular partnership days to support residents by providing crime prevention advice and tackle issues such as fly-tipping and graffiti. The funding will be used to install 30 new alley gates, improve the existing CCTV system and install 10 new cameras, as well as upgrade the street lighting with the aim of better protecting resident.
My thanks go to everyone who worked on these bids and I look forward to seeing the difference this major investment will make for people living in these areas.
The people who live in that area have long felt the effects of an area in decline and in particular the impact of drug dealing and antisocial behaviour on their day to day lives which we continue to tackle. There will also be investment in improved CCTV. We have worked closely with our colleagues at Wirral council and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to identify how best this money would be spent for the people living in Birkenhead.
The last round of funding allowed us to deliver tangible benefits for the people of North Birkenhead with new CCTV cameras and alley gates installed, upgraded streetlights and home security packs provided to residents. Investing in preventative approaches like alley gates and streetlights, while they may seem small, can make a big difference in helping people feel more secure and happy.
The next round of the Safer Streets Fund will focus on helping women and girls who are disproportionately affected by crimes like harassment in public places. The six-month long project saw the introduction of a range of community safety measures, including 43 new alley gates, additional and upgraded streetlights and home security packs for residents.
Bids were evaluated against a set criteria and Police Commissioners were asked to outline a plan to reduce crime within a local crime hotspot, demonstrating value for money, evidence of community engagement and long-term sustainability.Sex partner Birkenhead
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