Tennent Street

This Local Policing Team covers the Innisfayle, Fortwilliam, Duncairn, Chichester Park, Cavehill, Bellevue, Water Works, New Lodge, Ligoniel, Cliftonville, Ballysillan, Ardoyne, Woodvale, Shankill, Forth River and Ballygomartin areas.

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Policing Priorities in Your Area

  • Alcohol Strategy
  • Engagement With Young People
  • Driver Training Scheme

Alcohol Strategy

Neighbourhood officers continue proactive patrolling across North Belfast, aiming to reduce antisocial behaviour and on street drinking offences. Officers have been engaging with young people, providing information and trying to help them understand the difficulties which arise as a result of onstreet drinking and antisocial behaviour. During the period April - December 2014 officers in North Belfast seized 632 alcoholic items, resulting in 8 young people being referred to the Belfast City Youth Diversion Officers.

Engagement With Young People

Neighbourhood officers across North Belfast continue with a variety of engagement activities involving young people. These include events such as Go Karting, fishing, youth camping and youth club workshops,sports events such as cross community football and community fun days. These activities enable officers to meet young people in an informal and relaxed atmosphere discussing matters which affect them, challenging perceptions and building relations.

Driver Training Scheme

Officers with responsibility in the Tennent Street area continue to deliver driving theory classes. These programmes provide an excellent opportunity for positive community engagement. Local neighbourhood officers are helping people to acquire the skills and knowledge to help them pass their driving theory tests, teaching valuable road safety information helping to keep people safer on the roads.

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