We have recently been increasing our patrols in the area when it comes to road safety, this has included monitoring the parking outside of schools and in the villages and also targeting roads which are highlighted as a speeding issue. The weather we have experienced over the last few weeks has meant that the road conditions have been extremely poor – this means it’s even more important to check you are driving to the conditions and complete your car checks before leaving the house. 

Your local community support officer has also been working with Crewe Exploitation team to visit local haulage companies where they were given advice and information on Clandestine entry and to reduce acquisitive crime. This was a national campaign working alongside the Home Office where we looked to educate, warn and develop our relationship with these companies in the local area.

PCSO Liz Chesters speaking to the Mothers’ Union
Photo: Dorothy Wood

During last month PCSO Chesters also had the chance to be guest speaker for Holmes Chapel Mothers Union (See page 12). This was a great opportunity to meet with a local group and explain what we do as community support officers and the type of crime we are seeing in the area. Thank you to the all of the lovely ladies for a warm welcome. Do you have a group that you would like us to be involved with or be a guest speaker? Please get in touch via the contact details below!

Once a week, every week we also hold a local community meeting in Holmes Chapel for an hour where I will be available. This is an opportunity for the public to come and have a chat to us and the dates can be found online at – 


Alternatively the dates are also posted outside Holmes Chapel Community Centre, Station Road.

If you are interested in more of our activity, please follow us on social media where we are able to speak directly to you as our community about incidents and crimes we are finding in the area. You can also contact us via e-mail at: Crewe.LPU@Cheshire.pnn.police.uk

Please like our Facebook page ‘Dane Valley Police’ or follow or Twitter account ‘@DaneValleyPol’. 

Liz Chesters