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Making Great Places

We have joined forces with Staffordshire Police to combat crime and antisocial behaviour across the city.

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Our vision is to create a healthier, wealthier, safer, greener, cleaner and fairer city for all and a big part of this is about making people feel safe where they live and making great places.

Making Great Places- Fenton

In February we started a coordinated partnership approach in the Fenton area of Stoke-on-Trent. Over 500 engagements with the community to capture intelligence took place in the first phase of enforcement action. Over 40 arrests were made by Staffordshire Police, nine search warrants were executed and seven vehicles were seized with 26 tickets issued for various roads policing offences. The council has cleared fly tipping specifically in alleyways where sofas and other household items had been dumped illegally. Trading Standards seized illegal vapes, cigarettes and tobacco, private rented properties were inspected and checks on known rough sleepers are ongoing.

After a successful phase one, community development work is now taking place across Fenton to rebuild trust and community confidence in council and police services.

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Have your say on how the council deals with Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB). The consultation will run from Monday 20 May 2024 to Sunday 30 June 2024 (11:59pm).

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