Littleport Parish Council

Serving the people of Littleport

Locum Clerk: Mrs Libby White
The Barn, Main Street
Littleport, Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire Constabulary East Cambs

Our Neighbour Team at Ely consists of;

Sergeant Mark Rabel

Police Community Support Officers (PCSO's); Magdalena Harvey, Annie Austin, Jonathan Hall, Matt Chennell, Emma Graves & Maria Robinson

Crime Prevention Officer Sue Loaker

Station Enquiry Officers Jessica Ives and Donny Taylor

Sergeant Rabel also chairs the monthly East Cambs Problem Solving Group (PSG) Meeting whose membership consists of; Fire, Ambulance, Registered Social Landlords, East Cambs District Council (with departments from Housing, Environmental Health, Traveller Liaison & Licencing), Inclusion Services, the Early Help Team, Youth Offending Service, Social Services & Education with representation from the village colleges. Collectively the PSG identify individuals who are at risk of criminality or vulnerability and work together to provide a holistic multi-agency approach to safeguard the individual / community.

The Local PCSO team members each have a nominated village for which they are point of contact and their generic objectives are to maintain contact, have a visible presence, be engaged with and support the community. Their day to day direction comes from Operational needs, Policing priorities and those directed via the Community Safety Partnership. They are often the people deployed to conduct welfare visits where issues of concern are raised such as rogue trading, child sexual exploitation, modern day slavery, repeat victims of burglary etc. The nominated Littleport PCSO is Emma Graves – if in the event that Emma is away, please contact Sergeant Mark Rabel.

The overall Neighbourhood Policing Inspector Paul Rogerson manages various teams of warranted Police Constables who are deployable into the various districts depending on greatest need. This is certainly the case where execution of search warrants and arrest of suspects are required. This activity is often evidenced by information supplied by the Neighbourhood team and their initial community interaction.

The public can report concerns using the 101 telephone system (999 in emergency) or alternately via the Constabulary website Using the website, there is provision to report information anonymously. The local team will always be accessible to speak with you in confidence.

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The Littleport Prevention Plan has been prepared by Joint Councils, Community Safety Partnership and Cambridgeshire Constabulary in response to increased Crime, Disorder and Anti-Social Behaviour in Littleport.