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Cotham is a mostly residential area bordered by Whiteladies Road, Redland Road and Cheltenham Road. It is a mix of privately owned houses and privately rented accommodation with a slightly higher than average proportion of students. It covers the streets of Chandos Road and Whiteladies Road which have a number of quality independent shops. Whiteladies Road also has a number of pubs and bars. Cotham school, a large comprehensive school, is located on the beat.The nearest police stations are shown below. The station providing policing for this beat is Redland Police Station, Lower Redland Road, Bristol.
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Overnight anti-social behaviour (Cotham)
The beat team have had reports recently of late night anti-social behaviour in the Cotham area as a result of alcohol consumption.
ADDED: 17/05/2013 17:22
Don't be a target of car crime
There has been an increase in thefts from cars and other vehicles parked in the Cotham area recently.
ADDED: 17/05/2013 17:16
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Agreed 14th February 2013
1. Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) around Cotham overnightThe local neighbourhood beat team are working with residents, the Council and local universities to provide long term solutions to reports of ASB which results from late night alcohol consumption. We are also monitoring existing licensed premises and new applications. Please report any Anti-Social Behaviour in the area to us by calling 101 at the time of the offence.2. GraffitiThe beat team are also targetting graffiti in the area in collaboration with residents and the council. A further point of interest is the upcoming opening of the new Police Station on Whiteladies Road which will provide a base for your local beat officers.
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Beat Surgeries (Cotham and Clifton East)
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Avoid becoming a victim of Rogue Traders (Cotham)
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Useful contact telephone numbers for Bristol City Council :-
Inspector Keith Rundle
Neighbourhood Team Inspector
Sergeant Mark Alderton
Neighbourhood Police Team Sergeant
Constable James Ray
Neighbourhood Beat Manager
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