Lliswerry and Alway pedestrian subway, locally known as the cattle bridge.
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We are calling for an overview of the area, ensuring the area is constantly cut back from overgrowth on both sides, anti-vandal lighting located throughout the subway that is always on 24/7, CCTV fitted both sides of the pedestrian subway and the slime on the walls jet washed regularly.
Newport City Council and our elected Ward Councillors need to set this as a priority, we had the warnings, let's not wait until it's too late.
The cattle bridge had 31 reported crimes in 2016. Already in the first quarter of 2017 it has logged 9 separate incidents, this is up from 5 cases raised for the same period for 2016.
Crimes reported from Mar 2012 to Mar 2017
Anti-social behaviour - 121 (Includes personal, environmental and nuisance anti-social behaviour)
Criminal damaged and Arson - 22 (Includes damage to buildings and vehicles and deliberate damage by fire)
Violence and Sexual offences - 18 (includes offences against the person such as common assaults, Grievous Bodily Harm and sexual offences)
Vehicle crime - 11 (Includes theft from or of a vehicle or interference with a vehicle)
Burglary - 9 (Includes offences where a person enters a house or other building with the intention of stealing)
Other Theft - 6 (Includes theft by an employee, blackmail and making off without payment)
Public Order - 4 (Includes offences which cause fear, alarm or distress)
Robbery - 3 (Includes offences where a person uses force or threat of force to steal)
Drugs - 3 (Includes offences related to possession, supply and production)
Other Crime - 1 (Includes damage to buildings and vehicles and deliberate damage by fire)
Bicycle Theft - 1 (Includes the taking without consent or theft of a pedal cycle)
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