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  • GORTON - JULY 2015

    HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

    PCSOs Marcus and Wayne attended an event at Debdale Allotments with Gorton horticultural society to celebrate on achieving The Queen's award for Voluntary Service.

    This is an MBE for volunteer groups (The highest a community can receive) and has been awarded to the community for all the handwork that has been committed around the area.

    This includes Gorton horticultural society, Gorton Reservoir Allotment site, Community projects and community events.

    PICKPOCKET IDENTIFIED

    PCSO Ian McLeod identified a prolific offender from CCTV images. Helen Kiely committed several Offences in Tameside, Stockport and Macclesfield before stealing a womans purse outside Aldi in Gorton.

    Kiely of Sarnsfield Close, Gorton has been jailed for up to 30 months for Theft and Fraud.

    STRANGER DANGER On 16

    th July, PCSOs Marcus and Wayne attended

    Abbey Hey Primary School to deliver a Stranger Talk to the children. They attended 5 different classes and spoke about how to be safe for the summer and around strangers which the children really enjoyed. For info on staying safe this summer, take a look at the below website: http://www.manchesterfire.gov.uk/safe4summer/

    http://www.manchesterfire.gov.uk/safe4summer/

  • FUNDAY

    On Friday 17th

    July 2015 PCSOs Wayne McKay, Marcus Quinn & Nabil Fiaz attended Abbey Hey Primary Schools fun Day. The fun day events at the school, this involved a number of events on the field; long jump, 3 leg race, hurdle race, wellington throwing, 100 meter racesand a parents race!! Everyone had a fantastic day.

    DRUGS WARRANT

    Following intelligence from the local community a warrant was executed at an address in the Belle Vue area. A male was arrested for possession of a quantity of class A & B drugs. He has since appeared in court and admitted the offence. He received 12 months detention, suspended for 18 months, 80 hours community service and a 3 months tag with a curfew.

    GMP Vs. St James

    Staff & Dads of St James' School beat GMP Officers during a football game on 16th July 2015! St James' won 6-4. Well done everyone!

    OP CAMENCA

    Following complaints from local residents, on 29

    th July, Op Camenca (the

    off road bike Team) were in Abbey Hey. Two off road bikes and a vehicle were seized. The vehicle was seized as the driver was three times over the legal drink drive limit and had no insurance.

    The off road bike team will be assisting throughout the rest of the summer to

    deal with nuisance vehicles in the area

    GORTON SOUTH POLICE SURGERIES

    20th August 2015 1800-1900 ASDA Supermarket,

    Matthews Lane, Longsight

    23rd September 2015 1200-1300 Inspire, 747 Stockport Road, Levenshulme

    Hemmons Road Clean up On 16

    th August there will be a clean-up

    event taking place on Hemmons road with partners and local residents from 11am 4pm. Why not come along & join in!

  • COPPERS VS. PARENTS

    The Coppers Vs. Parents fun run took place at Abbey Hey Primary School. Officers were given a trophy as congratulations for beating the parents in the relay race. Both the parents & the police enjoyed the race and the children also really enjoyed themselves on the day.

    ALL SAINTS

    SUPER

    LEARNING DAY PCSOs Simeon Smith and Ollie Thompson and PC Dale Chadwick recently attended the Super Learning Day at All Saints Primary School in Belle Vue. They spent the day talking to each of the classes in the school, letting the children climb in the van and play with some equipment. The real stars of the show however were Ruby and Max, the beautiful spaniels who came with PC Dave Shipman. PC Shipman was able to explain what the dogs were used for and also do a quick demonstration of how they work. The pupils were thrilled and delighted to be able to meet the dogs and they all had a fantastic day.

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