More police on Gedling's streets

At the 2019 General Election, the Conservative Government was elected on a promise of recruiting 20,000 new police officers nationally.

I am working with Nottinghamshire Police and Ministers to secure Gedling's fair share of these extra police officers so that our streets across Carlton, Netherfield, Burton Joyce, Gedling village, Colwick, Netherfield, Stoke Bardolph and Mapperley are safer. 

My quarterly meetings with Gedling's Policing Inspector ensure that our police are addressing the issues you raise with me.

By backing our police with the funding, powers and the resources they need, this Government is keeping the public and our communities safe, so that Gedling residents can live their lives free from the fear of crime. ‘Operation Reacher’ teams are already smashing down drug dealers' doors in Gedling.

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Our Beating Crime Plan

Our Conservative Government’s has today launched a Beating Crime Plan which builds on our achievements of the past two years – more police on the streets of Gedling, more resources, tougher sentences and better support for victims. 

RANDALL’S ROUND-UP

This week, my work in Parliament and across Gedling has included:

Introducing Gedling's Kids Against Plastic to Nottinghamshire's Chairman of Children & Young People, Cllr Tracey Taylor, as part of their campaign to reduce single use plastics in our schools

QUEEN'S SPEECH - SAFE STREETS FOR ALL

Last week, the Queen's Speech contained a number of legislative measures that will help to make the streets across Gedling safer.

I welcomed these during a debate on this part of the Queen's Speech yesterday and paid tribute to the great work Gedling Police are doing.

TOUGH ON CRIME

Yesterday, this Conservative Government introduced new legislation to Parliament which will deliver on our manifesto commitment and give the police and courts greater powers to do their jobs, whilst ensuring the most violent criminals spend longer behind bars.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE POLICE BOLSTERED BY 132 EXTRA POLICE OFFICERS

Getting more police officers onto our streets was one of the priorities I was elected on, and so I am delighted that in just over one year, this Conservative Government has already delivered an extra 132 officers across Nottinghamshire.