Selly Oak Police Event

Selly Oak Neighbourhood

We would like to invite you to a World Café Event! 

Discuss what matters in your community, meet your local policing team, find out what you can do to make a difference and learn how you can apply for funding to help YOUR neighbourhood!

Christian Life Centre

Frederick Road, Selly Oak

Saturday 30th September 2017

10.00- 13:00hrs

Spaces are limited to 40 so please contact us to register if you wish to attend:

sellyoak@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Those who attend will be entered into a prize draw.

Refreshments Provided

www.theworldcafe.com

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Selly Oak World Cafe Event

Selly Oak Neighbourhood

We would like to invite you to a World Café Event!

Discuss what matters in your community, meet your local policing team, find out what you can do to make a difference and learn how you can apply for funding to help YOUR neighbourhood!

Christian Life Centre

Frederick Road, Selly Oak

Saturday 30th September 2017

10.00- 13:00hrs

Spaces are limited to 40 so please contact us to register if you wish to attend:

sellyoak@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Those who attend will be entered into a prize draw

Refreshments Provided

www.theworldcafe.com

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Our communities play a crucial part in helping us prevent and detect crime and anti-social behaviour. We are constantly working to improve the flow of information between West Midlands Police and the people living and working across the West Midlands in order to make a greater impact in the prevention and detection of crime and anti-social behaviour.

If you live, work or have an interest in the West Midlands, please register now to become a recipient of messages of information, crime alerts and witness appeals local to you. Just click on the JOIN button on the front page to sign up.

As a registered recipient you will not only benefit from two way messaging but will also hear about positive police action in your community, help identify suspected or wanted criminals or learn about community groups, events and meetings in your area.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS SERVICE IS NOT FOR REPORTING CRIMES OR INCIDENTS – TO REPORT THESE PLEASE CONTACT WEST MIDLANDS POLICE ON 101 OR 999 IF AN EMERGENCY.

Community neighbourhood meeting

Do you have an issue that you would like resolved in your neighbourhood?

 Classroom 2 Tally Ho

Pershore Road 

Tuesday 26th September at 7:00pm

Everyone Welcome!

Front entrance will be closed to the puplic, so see attached picture for directions to entrance at rear. A PC or PCSO will meet you and take you to the room.

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Selly Oak Neighbourhood Team

Sergeant Galvin

Tel: 101 Ext. 822 3014

Email: sellyoak@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

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Selly Oak Police World Cafe Event

Selly Oak Neighbourhood

We would like to invite you to a World Café Event!

Discuss what matters in your community, meet your local policing team, find out what you can do to make a difference and learn how you can apply for funding to help YOUR neighbourhood!

Christian Life Centre

Frederick Road, Selly Oak

Saturday 30th September 2017

10.00- 13:00hrs

Spaces are limited to 40 so please contact us to register if you wish to attend:

sellyoak@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Refreshments Provided

www.theworldcafe.com

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Our communities play a crucial part in helping us prevent and detect crime and anti-social behaviour. We are constantly working to improve the flow of information between WMP and the people living and working across the West Midlands in order to make a greater impact in the prevention and detection of crime and anti-social behaviour.

If you live, work or have an interest in the West Midlands, please register now to become a recipient of messages of information, crime alerts and witness appeals local to you. Just click on the JOIN button on the front page to sign up.

As a registered recipient you will not only benefit from two way messaging but will also hear about positive police action in your community, help identify suspected or wanted criminals or learn about community groups, events and meetings in your area.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS SERVICE IS NOT FOR REPORTING CRIMES OR INCIDENTS – TO REPORT THESE PLEASE CONTACT WEST MIDLANDS POLICE ON 101 OR 999 IF AN EMERGENCY.

Sexual Assaults

A 53-year-old man will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court today charged with rape and sexual assault, following a series of attacks in the South Birmingham area.

Elvis Sidaway, of Fountain Road, Edgbaston is charged with one count of rape and seven counts of sexual assault in connection with offences committed in Selly Oak, Quinton and Edgbaston between November 2016 and January this year.

Personal Safety

Personal Safety

  • Let someone know where you are going.
  • Plan ahead and know how you are going to get home at the end of a night out.
  • Take a mobile phone with you.
  • Ensure you have the numbers of some local taxi firms.
  • Always leave a restaurant/club/pub with a friend or group of friends. Do not walk home alone or let others do so.
  • Carry a personal alarm with you.
  • Avoid dark and narrow alleyways and quieter areas, if possible.
  • Take diversions into more populated areas if there is a suitable route, even if this takes a little while longer.
  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times – do not use headphones whilst walking.
  • Call the police on 999 or raise the alarm locally  by screaming/shouting/running.

look at http://www.saferstudents.west-midlands.police.uk for further safety advice.

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Our communities play a crucial part in helping us prevent and detect crime and anti-social behaviour. We are constantly working to improve the flow of information between WMP and the people living and working across the West Midlands in order to make a greater impact in the prevention and detection of crime and anti-social behaviour.

If you live, work or have an interest in the West Midlands, please register now to become a recipient of messages of information, crime alerts and witness appeals local to you. Just click on the JOIN button on the front page to sign up.

As a registered recipient you will not only benefit from two way messaging but will also hear about positive police action in your community, help identify suspected or wanted criminals or learn about community groups, events and meetings in your area.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS SERVICE IS NOT FOR REPORTING CRIMES OR INCIDENTS – TO REPORT THESE PLEASE CONTACT WEST MIDLANDS POLICE ON 101 OR 999 IF AN EMERGENCY.

Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour; Acting in a manner that is causing or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as the perpetrator.

Anti-Social Behaviour can include the following;

– Residents being noisy when going out and returning after nights out.

– People shouting and singing loudly at various times of the evening and night.

– Residents having noisy house parties, with excessive noise spilling out in the street.

– Drinking open vessels of Alcohol in the street.

Please follow these simple steps to minimize any disruption:

– If you do wish to have a house party tell your neighbours or even invite them. Give them      a contact number for someone at the party.

– Leave your property in smaller groups, Get taxi’s to your destination and wait inside your    property for the taxi.

– Please be considerate when having people round your house before and after a night out,    don’t invite large numbers of people back to your property. Keep your windows and doors    closed at all times to keep the noise inside, and keep the volume of music to a minimum.

– Do not drink Alcohol in the street, walk in small groups, and do not shout or sing to each     other.

Those found responsible, will be dealt with using a joint Police and Student Wardens response.

To report any ASB please contact,

Police: 101

Community Wardens: 0121 2512300