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Chief Constable Nick Dean slaps ‘closure order’ on Peterborough house

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Not just any constable but the chief constable himself Nick Dean helped to put paid to a homeowners who had put neighbours through “months of hell”.

Mr Dean was out in Peterborough for a grass roots day working alongside neighbourhood policing teams.

Birchwood closure order, Orton Goldhay, Peterborough

Birchwood closure order, Orton Goldhay, Peterborough

And with a closure order on 74 Birchwood, Orton Goldhay, previously authorised, it was Mr Dean who promptly slapped the closure order on the property.

Chief Constable Dean was involved as part of national Neighbourhood Policing Week.

He said: “It was great to join the team today and see first-hand the brilliant work they are doing within Peterborough.

“This is a great example of problem solving and taking extra steps to enhance the quality of life and make people feel safer in their communities.”

He said: “I spoke with one woman who told me how they had been going through hell these last few months.

“For people to come out of their homes to thank us for the action taken shows just how impactive the work of our neighbourhood teams is within our communities.

“I want to thank our communities for their ongoing support.

“Through working with us and providing us with information or raising concerns, our teams are able to act on that and are better equipped to tackle the issues in the hearts of our communities and make Cambridgeshire a safer place.”

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The closure order means has tough implications for those living at 74 Birchwood, Orton Goldhay.

It states the premises is subject to a closure order as its use has resulted in “disorderly, offensive or criminal behaviour, causing serious nuisance to members of the public”.

The property, including any outbuilding and gardens, is closed to any person until 24 April.

Chief Constable Nick Dean out with police officers in Peterborough, personally slapped closure order on house which had caused multiple problems to neighbours.

Chief Constable Nick Dean out with police officers in Peterborough, personally slapped closure order on house which had caused multiple problems to neighbours.

Failure to comply is a criminal offence which could result in imprisonment for up to three months, a fine, or both.

PC Brady Slack, from the south Peterborough NPT, said: “There has been a longstanding case of disarray at the property with many complaints being made by local residents over the last few months, including violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and anti-social behaviour.

“Drug use, dealing and associated exploitation and violence in the Ortons has been set as a priority for our team to tackle, following consultation with the public.

“This latest action is just one example of the work we are doing to make our communities a better place.”

Anyone with information about the closure order being breach should report to police online or use the web chat service. Or call 101.

Chief Constable Nick Dean out with police officers in Peterborough, personally slapped closure order on house which had caused multiple problems to neighbours.

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