A lengthy covert police investigation into an alleged drugs operation has resulted in four people being charged, 14kg of class A drugs recovered with an estimated street value of around one million pounds and £250,000 in cash seized
At Rotherham Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 20 March 2014 Thenveer Hussain, 31, of Sheffield Road, Tinsley,was charged with nine offences of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, namely heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine, and conspiracy to commit money laundering..
Raja Khan, 28, of St Lawrence Road, Tinsley, has been charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering.
The first thing you generally know about anything happening in Tinsley now is when the police helicopter circles over to head the way for the patrol cars. On the 3rd June around 7pm the helicopter circled Tinsley Green with a car heading into Tinsley along Norborough Road. An ambulance was called to an address on Dundas Road where the casualty received treatment.
From 1130 on 2nd April Bawtry Road was cordened off to road users as a crime scene investigation took place after two men were severely beaten with baseball bats outside the Newburn Drive shop.
|News 2006||Deplorable Bus Service Reaches Parliament - A meeting was held on the 20th of December to highlight Tinsleys public transport problems, higlighted recently at a Tinsley Forum meeting where a Representative from First Buses was told it was a disgusting state of affairs.|
|Channel 4's Big Art Project has come to the attention of many Sheffield residents who have voted the Cooling Towers for the Big Art Project. Tinsley Forum are fully behind the project. All six winners will be completed for the programme by Autumn 2007. Have your say in the Tinsley Cooling Towers debate.
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|16 Nov 2006||
Tinsley Forum Meeting
|Roger White, the Sheffield City Council representative on our local Safer Neighbourhood Team came to introduce himself. He gave the usual talk about Tinsley being a very low crime area going on the statistics about the number of calls to the police in the area. Most people in the audience gave a sigh as they new that most people dont call the police anymore due to past experience of many where reporting a crime led to no further action being taken.|
Richard Simmons of First Buses came to talk to residents about the change in service from the 69 to the 130 along the top of St. Lawrence Road. This follows a similar meeting at the same time last year when the routes we again changed without notice leaving pensioners stranded at bus stops that were no longer serviced at the times specified. Anger and disgust was shown towards the representative where quotes from the Company website were read to Mr Simmons stating that profits for share holders were the main aim for the company. Mr Simmons replied about the change in services that, "A supermarket would not have to let you know if it changed the products in an isle, so why should we tell you if we change a service".
|Elaine McShane, the Service District Manager for the Sheffield 0-19 Partnership introduced herself and said she was looking forward to working in the area from the Head Office on City Road.|
|An update on the Post Box closure on St. Lawrence Road revealed that Royal Mail will not be opening the post box due to their staff being stopped from carrying out their duties. This was after an incident where youths stole the post persons vehicle.|
|The Building Design Partnership||Are a group of consultants working with Sheffield City Council and Tinsley Forum to come up with a development plan for the area. A consultation trailer has been procurred for your views between 22-26 November. Times and places can be found on the November events calendar.|
|Housing Renewal Plans||Early November 2005 saw several meetings being held at the Methodist Church highlighting plans for the future of Tinsley. The main points were a road to take away HGV's from Bawtry Road, a new shopping centre and combining the infants and junior school in a new location. Have your say.|
|South Yorkshire Liftshare Car Share Scheme||The Tinsley Roundabout, Junction 34 of the M1 motorway, is very hectic around working hours. If you travel frequently it might pay to look at sharing your journey with someone similar to you. Register FREE with SYTravelwise today. Save money and make new friends at the same time. You can also view the Pedestrian Association.|
|24 Apr 2005||Tinsley Neighbourhood Watch AGM||The Tinsley Commitee met for its AGM along with memebers of the Tinsley community. Members of the Tinsley Forum were present and helped give their support to the scheme and advised on gaining finiancial support and help in distributing the quartlerly newsletter. No recent major problems have occured and matters discussed showed another improvement for the general safety of residents.|
|14 Apr 2005||South Yorkshire Police Authority Meeting||Twelve members of the Tinsley community were invited to Attercliffe police station to discuss the results of the recent survey conducted by the Authority. The group all had a positive influence on a way forward and left Inspector tony Dobson with a clearer picture of how the residents of Tinsley feel about crime and the Police.|
|01 Mar 2005||Work Starts on the new Family Centre||Work commenced on the new Family & community centre. There are still a few problems but we all pray that the process will run smoothly.|
|05 May 2005||Voting Results||Voting Results of the 2005 elections|
|27 Jan 2005||Tinsley Area Panel Meeting||Thursday 27 January at 6pm, Richard Edge gave a splendid presentation on the future Family & Community Centre. Work commences on February 14th until December 2005. Presentation highlights to follow. The council Street Force rep outlined the proposals for this years street cleaning which included a part time cleaner available for 4 hrs per day during the week.|
|George raises £750 for UNICEF||George of Newmarch Street raised nearly £750 by shedding his hair at the Fox & Duck on the 21st January. The money goes to the Tsunami appeal officially collected by UNICEF. Well done !|
|Quality of Life Study||East End Quality of Life study|