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Isles of Scilly

A local policing neighbourhood in Devon & Cornwall Police

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Neighbourhood Priorities

Dangerous Drug Networks

Including County Lines, we will focus on associated violence and exploitation, working collaboratively with our partners and community to gather intelligence and act accordingly.  We will use the 'preparing for adulthood' scheme to ensure our young persons are aware, educated and safeguarded in relation to  the different types of exploitation they may encounter. 

Issue Date Tuesday 28th May 2024

Update: 14 June 2024 - Preparing for Adulthood

A great few days were had in May with Five Islands School Year 9's preparing them for adulthood.   Inputs were given to them on personal safety, risks of exploitation and the danger of County Lines including some useful operational practice. 

Regular updates available on Twitter (X) - @IOSPS1

Action Date Friday 14th June 2024


Anti-Social Behaviour Night Time Economy and Coastal

It is a local priority to tackle ASB caused on land by night time economy but also on the water. 

 

In addition to pro-active Police patrols we are robustly engaging with Designated Premises Supervisors, Police Licensing Departments and Environmental Health to promote, maintain and where applicable enforce the safe and sensible consumption of alcohol.

Utilising Pub Watch and other schemes we are identifying the repeat problem individuals. Those individuals are then subject to banning / restriction orders as appropriate. 

We are working with partners to educate, encourage, explain issues of ASB raised whilst on the water and where necessary enforce this working in conjunction with #Coastsafe. 

We are working with Safer Scilly to educate our community with signposting agencies that can assist. 

 

 

Issue Date Tuesday 28th May 2024

Update: 14 June 2024 - ASB on the Water

Last week we were joined by Border Force to carry out a joint operation with regards to Immigration and Maritime crime along with looking at any issues with regards to ASB on the water.   High visibility patrols were carried out in a RHIB and 2 x Jet Skis to allow for a large proportion of the Islands to be covered.  

A very successful operation. 

More information available on Twitter / (X) - @IOSPS1 

Update: 11 February 2023 - A new way to deal with ASB

The local IOS team have been given training in a new way to combat ASB and will be collaborating with the IOS Council to ensure the NEW Community Protection Orders  are understood and educated through the community prior to 2023 season. 

Action Date Friday 14th June 2024


Vulnerability Reduction

We will focus on identification and safeguarding of Adults and Children at risk of crime, abuse and exploitation.  Our local team are committed to working in partnership to prevent harm and reduce crime within our communities.  In order to prioritise our work, we rely on the community to report any concerns.  We can also help by signposting people to other agencies who may be able to offer assistance.   Please check the Devon and Cornwall Police Website for further information. 

Issue Date Tuesday 28th May 2024

Update: 14 June 2024 - Meetings

We continue to have regular meetings with our partners to discuss concerns within the community and how these can be resolved.  This has included multi agency training with regards to Sexual offences, Domestic and also looking at a holistic view of the multi agency approach to Major Incidents. 

Regular updates can be found on Twitter (X) - @IOSPS1 

Action Date Friday 14th June 2024


Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)

The IOS Policing Team are committed to reducing harm within our community with a focus on High Risk Domestic Abuse Sexual Violence, Abuse and Exploitation of Adults and Children.


We will collaborate with our multi-agency partners, stakeholders and our community to safeguard the vulnerable, educate the community and prevent and detect harm, bringing offenders to justice.


Our overarching aim is to be world-leading in preventing harm and protecting women and girls. We will use a trauma-informed approach, that maintains the position of Devon and Cornwall and especially the IOS as being one of the safest places in the country to live, enabling every woman and girl to live to their full potential.

Issue Date Tuesday 28th May 2024

Update: 14 June 2024 - IOS Welcome D and C Police Licensing Officer

A visit from Kelly our Licensing officer who has visited local licensed premises providing them with advice and information including posters with regards to spiking of drinks and the 'Ask for Angela' campaign.   Also providing kits so that premises can check drinks for possible spiking. 

Regular updates can be found on Twitter / (X) - @IOSPS1

Action Date Friday 14th June 2024


Neighbourhood Events

Come and Meet Us
Thursday 1st August 2024
from 12:00PM to 12:30PM

The Isles of Scilly is so unique, we are 'out and about' as much as possible and therefore don't tend to have many public meetings.  Everyone knows us and where we will be. 

During the Summer Season you will regularly see us on St Mary's Quay (March - November) welcoming the Scillonian III on her arrival usually about 12 pm.    If we are not there we will be walking around the main streets or off to one of the other islands.   Please come and say 'Hi'. 

We will also be at Five Islands Academy near to the entrance between 8.15am and 9am when commitments allow. 

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