For those that don’t know me, I am PCSO Bujar Mani the point of contact officer for numerous villages in South Cambridgeshire. I am responsible for dealing with general enquiries generated by the communities within these villages, being able to create and maintain a level of communication network between the general public and the police.
During my tour of duty I deal with any pre-planned community arrangements and any calls for service within the criteria of my job role as Police Community Support Officer. Please see below a number of events and jobs that I have been dealing with in recent time.
On the 16th of October 2018 I attended the launch of Arlington Manor, a new care home in Girton. This gave me the perfect opportunity to link with partner agencies and engage with local residents.
I recently worked agile from Gretton school (special needs school), this offered students the opportunity to speak to me face to face either individually or in groups and raise any issues or concerns they might have.
On the 18th of October 2018 I dealt with an incident person being bitten by a dog. The dog owner and the person bitten by the dog knew each other, and both agreed to deal with this matter without taking steps of formal prosecution.
On the 19th of October 2018 PCSO Baugh and I spent the day in Bar Hill Tesco Car Park raising awareness relating to Hate Crime. We had a high number of people from different backgrounds speaking to us, requesting literature and general info on how to report incidents falling under the category of Hate Crime.
On the 31st October I worked agile from the Library where I met with approximately 25 residents gathered for a coffee morning. This was a good opportunity for community engagements, as a result a number of local issues were raised and steps will be taken to resolve these matters.
Over the past months, I have been dealing with a number of crime reports relating to graffiti sprayed on all the bus stops round Bar Hill ring road.
I have been working closely with our partner agencies trying to resolve a long term on-going neighbourhood dispute.
In the past two weeks I have spent a significant amount of time searching for a missing person. We are concerned for the welfare of Mr William Cruse a Bar Hill resident. If you have recently seen Mr Cruse or have any knowledge of whereabouts he might be please call 101 or simply reply to this email.
On the 25th October 2018 I attended a community event in Dry Drayton where I was able to engage with approximately 20 residents, crime prevention advice was provided upon request. I am happy to say there was no concerns raised by any of the village residents.
Due to a high level of crime and disorder reported in Willingham in the past few months, I have spent a substantial amount of my time patrolling the village and completing crime enquires. As a result of time spent in this area, I have been able to identify a number of responsible suspects which now have been dealt with accordingly.
Oakington and Westwick
On the 29th of October 2018 I attended and dealt with an incident relating to an on-going neighbourhood dispute in Oakington and Westwick. The local team is currently reviewing all incidents logged relating to this matter and will be looking into how to best resolve it.
On the 5th of November 2018 I attended a meeting with Histon & Impington Parish Council and provided an input from the police perspective on the future of the village developments.
On Saturday the 3rd of November 2018 I was deployed over to Huntingdon to assist with a scene preservation following a serious incident.
Thank you for your continued help and support.
PCSO 7009 Bujar Mani
South Cambs Prevention and Partnership Team