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All river events in Walton. Crime Meeting – 10th May.
Great to have a successful result of all our hard work on ASB and making Walton a better place to live and work! Here’s a report from Walton Society about the results of the survey: As many people as possible need to complete this very short survey. Please pass this on to others. Residents and businesses have an opportunity to respond to a consultation regarding a Public Spaces Protection Order in Walton Town Centre.
From the beginning ofSurrey Police has received numerous reports regarding anti-social behaviour in Walton-on-Thames Town Centre. It has been reported that there is evidence of substance misuse, underage drinking, and sexual activity where bkrough groups have been gathering, which has led to assaults, criminal damage and racially motivated crime and robbery for example.
Part of the process for implementing a PSPO requires public consultation on the proposed restrictions and requirements. The responses from this consultation, along with other evidence, will be considered by Cabinet and Council in the New Year.
For those who live, work and visit Walton-on-Thames, you can respond using the online survey. Please note, the consultation applicattion subject to a period of extension should it be felt that further evidence is required.
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We will be consulting with residents, local businesses and landowners as part of the boroubh process. We would encourage people to consult on applicatoon PSPO which is designed to stop individuals or groups committing anti-social behaviour in a public place by restricting certain types of behaviour. If and when the survey goes live, as many people as possible need to fill it in!
We’ll keep you posted Check out this great report by the Hersham Hub on recently published crime figures for Elmbridge: Wellington Pub looking like it will be developed soon, which might improve the situation. Council to organise a deep clean of the area and to keep a closer eye on it.
Ashley Park Everyone agreed there should be more litter bins in the park. This Easter activity appears to be reaching the worst levels ever seen. Many appear to be under age and drinking alcohol illegally.
The police are planning to target the places suggested as selling this alcohol. Once reported via the WoTTA website, Vision On will then log these reports on the required council sites, if not already done. They want to build a picture of the town to help get action taken. Walton Cricket Club are very frustrated with the situation and want a clear indication of what will be done to improve it.
Youth Centre At present the Youth Centre is not open at the weekends. Drewitt’s Court In the year since our last ASB tour nothing has been done in this car park and unacceptable behaviour continues, with items being thrown off the car park, people sitting on the dangerously low ledge etc.
The council suggested closing the car park at night. This would require a revenue cost to be met by the council to have it open and shut. And we’d all like to make sure it stays that way. The situation at both Druitts Car Park and the Cricket Club has become unacceptable and action needs to be taken immediately. After a three hour discussion and walk about the town, it was concluded that it is necessary to get a body of evidence together to ensure action will be taken at the council and police level.
At present an incident needs to be reported to the police and the council separately. A solution was suggested in the form of Facewatch – an online initiative approved by the Home Office which the whole town can use to report issues, both via the Facewatch website and app. We are actively looking into this. A complimentary option is to also get the police to create a Niche Report – a multi-agency working document logging all incident reports.
However, it is apparent there is an on-going problem with ASB in Walton, which seemingly has got worse since the local police station closed. We talked about trying to change the attitude being exhibited at present by: If you’d like to join our ASB committee, whether a trader or concerned resident, please contact us. And please feel free to send us your comments on ASB in Walton.