Monday, 04 May 2015 19:55
The following is the latest report from our local policing team, PC 12823 Sharon Kerridge-Smith and Paul Tucker, and includes the crime figures for our area.
During April 2015 there were 8 reported crimes in Exminster and 14 in the rural area, Exminster is shown here and the rest are below the article.
2 x harassment
2 x theft
1 x rape
1 x assault
1 x arson
1 x possess cannabis
Report from Sharon Kerridge-Smith:
Monday, 04 May 2015 19:44
Thank you to all who came along to the ‘ Prevention is Better than Cure’ evening and supported us, we hope you all enjoyed the event and took away something useful after speaking to the experts. Many thanks also to our Speakers, the organisations participating, those businesses that donated the prizes and South West Sound and Light for the PA system. It is heartening to know that we have this level of support from the locality.
During the month our members have attended a meeting with the Exeter Practice PPGs where the guest was Anthony Farnsworth, Director of Commissioning Operations for NHS England SW. He discussed the 5 Year Forward View , published by NHS England, and it’s implications for Devon. You can access this document from the website www.england.nhs.uk to find out the plans being made for the NHS of the future. These will include more co-operation and integration of Primary care (GP practices, dental practices, community pharmacies and high street optometrists), Secondary care ( hospitals, ambulance service, mental health etc.) and social care. The proposed transformation of services will inevitably mean changes to current familiar ways of delivering these services and each region will be deciding which model best suits them to streamline the system and improve access and care for patients. We will be keeping up to date on how these plans progress in the Exeter and Devon area over the coming year.
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