Archive by category Community Protection

Rogue traders? Notts in my neighbourhood

Rogue traders? Notts in my neighbourhood

Nottingham City Trading Standards and Nottinghamshire police have teamed up to launch the Stop Rogue Trader campaign to prevent residents from becoming victims of doorstep crime. It is designed to gather intelligence and to take enforcement action against those who specifically target vulnerable consumers. Officers from trading standards and the police will be conducting regular […]

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Smokers reminded to stub it out and bin it!

Smokers reminded to stub it out and bin it!

Three new cigarette bins have been installed close to the site of Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre to encourage smokers to dispose of their cigarette ends responsibly. There have been ongoing litter issues in the subway at the hospital site and, despite daily cleaning by Nottingham City Council’s Cleaning Teams in the area, local residents have […]

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Tackling issues that matter in Radford!

Tackling issues that matter in Radford!

Radford is getting set for a Week of Action which will focus on issues raised by local residents in the area. From Monday 23 March until Friday 27 March, there will be a multi-agency approach tackling important issues that local residents have said need addressing in the area. Throughout the week agencies will be working […]

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Survey reveals people feel safer than ever in Nottingham

Survey reveals people feel safer than ever in Nottingham

Nottingham’s 2014 Respect survey has found that people in Nottingham feel safer than ever, with perceptions of anti-social behaviour (ASB) at a record low. The survey, commissioned by the Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership and carried out by Information by Design, is undertaken annually to find out the views and opinions of local people about […]

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A Day of Action against Dog Fouling!

A Day of Action against Dog Fouling!

Nottingham City Council and Community Protection are working to tackle dog fouling in New Basford and Forest Fields next week. Dog fouling has been raised as an issue in the area so teams will be working together to help reduce the problem through education and enforcement. Dedicated deep cleans and education with local residents and […]

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Survey reveals people feel safer than ever in Nottingham

Survey reveals people feel safer than ever in Nottingham

Nottingham’s 2014 Respect survey has found that people in Nottingham feel safer than ever[1], with perceptions of anti-social behaviour (ASB) at a record low.[2] The survey, commissioned by the Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership and carried out by Information by Design, is undertaken annually to find out the views and opinions of local people about […]

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