Policing update:

The following is a local policing update for the Rural Flegg Villages neighbourhood

Weekly crime summary 6 December 2016  

Great Yarmouth Operational Partnership Team issue first closure order

Officers from the Great Yarmouth Operational Partnership Team (OPT) have issued their first closure order on a property after receiving numerous complaints of Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB).

At 1.30pm yesterday officers carried out the closure order, which was granted by Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court, at 63 Granville Road.

Sergeant Julie Johnson, from the OPT, said: “This property posed a potential risk to the local community. What was particularly worrying in this case was the close proximity to a school. We had received complaints of hypodermic needles being found in the area and had concerns for the children and residents.

I hope this robust police action shows that ASB will not be tolerated and shows, by working with our partners, we have the powers to tackle persistent offenders. Should the occupants return whilst this order is in place they will be arrested.”

The order will last for three months from the date of issue and the OPT will be continuing work to stop these issues from happening again.


Woman charged after dog dies

Police have charged a woman in connection with an incident where a dog was dangerously out of control in Great Yarmouth.

It happened on Sunday 4 December 2016 at 3pm on Marine Parade where a Staffordshire Bull Terrier attacked and killed another dog. A woman was arrested at the scene in connection with the incident and the dog was seized.

52-year-old Janette Wise of Victoria Road has been charged in relation to the incident and is currently on police bail returning to Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court on Monday 19 December 2016.

Witness appeal following road traffic collision in Great Yarmouth

Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision which happened last week on North Denes Road in Great Yarmouth.

The incident happened at approximately 8pm on Thursday 1 December 2016 when three vehicles have been involved in a collision. A Grey BMW 320D, a black motorcycle and a white and blue motorcycle have collided at the junction with Kitchener Road.

Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the collision or the manner of driving of any vehicle prior to the incident.

Anyone with information should contact PC Matt Buckoke at Acle Roads Policing on 101.

Further news, appeals and information can also be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at www.norfolk.police.uk

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