Eaton Neighbourhood Policing

For many years our local PCSO attended EVRA Committee meetings and provided an update on policing issues. The PCSO role changed and numbers were reduced meaning that we no longer had a full time officer for the area. Norfolk Police recently established new neighbourhood policing roles and appointed a neighbourhood officer covering the Eaton Area.

Our contact is PC Adam Binns who would like to hear your views on local policing – here are his contact details:

Norwich Police Engagement Officer

Monthly newsletters for the Norwich South Eaton area are now being published by the police and these  can be read here:

Norwich South Policing Newsletter for Eaton September 2017

Norwich South Policing Newsletter for Eaton August 2017

Norwich South Policing Newsletter for Eaton May 2017

Norwich South Policing Newsletter for Eaton – April 2017

Norwich South Policing Newsletter March 2017

Norwich South Policing Newsletter Feb 2017

Norwich South Policing Newsletter Jan 2017

Speeding in Eaton Village

The EVRA Committee are regularly contacted by residents concerned about traffic speeds, particularly on Greenways and Church Lane. The police are willing to help set up a speedwatch group to monitor traffic. They will provide equipment and training. Those exceeding 35mph will receive warning letters from the police who will also visit repeat offenders. Details about the Scheme can be found in the Community Speedwatch Booklet below.

Here is a report from the EDP about Community Speedwatch:

http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/crime/getting_tough_on_speeders_huge_increase_in_warning_letters_sent_to_norfolk_drivers_who_flout_the_speed_limit_1_4948754

If you are willing to help and able to give up an hour at least once a month please get in touch with Vic at email vicechair.evra@gmail.com.

Community Speedwatch Booklet