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LATEST NEWSLETTER :

Last updated September 2017

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REMINDER

101 is the number to call when you want to contact your local police - when it's less urgent than 999, for example if your car or bicycle has been stolen or garden shed broken into. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Dialling 999 is a must if you are facing an incident or crime right now and you need Police help immediately. For example a road traffic collision where someone has been hurt and/or a danger is being caused to other road users. Always call 999 in an emergency.

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ONLINE NEWS :

All Warwickshire Police news and information is now released through an online service. All news and appeals for information generated by Press Office staff are loaded directly onto the online news site.

The site is designed to provide regular updates to local, regional and national media as well as the public about everything making the news in Warwickshire. Another crucial role is to ensure appeals for witnesses and information, which are often vital to police inquiries, are made available to the media and public at the earliest opportunity.

Click here to access Online News.

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CRIMESTOPPERS :

Join the Fight against Crime

Crime StoppersCrimestoppers operates across the UK to help identify, prevent, solve and reduce crime. This is primarily achieved through the freephone number 0800 555 111.

Members of the community can call this number anonymously with information about crime and criminal activity. No details are taken of the caller’s identity, the calls are not recorded or traced, the caller does not need to provide a statement or have to go to court. Crimestoppers are interested in what the caller knows, not who they are.

Rewards of up to £1,000 are available and are paid without compromising a caller’s anonymity. It’s a simple, secure service that allows the police to be put in the picture, without anyone knowing who provided the information.

The telephone number has provided a lifeline to people who have information that they want to share but feel at risk from retribution.

If there is anyone or anything in your area that doesn’t quite add up to the point that arouses your suspicion, don’t keep it to yourself – call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Please remember that Crimestoppers is not an emergency service and if you see a crime taking place you should ring 999 to report it immediately.

The Warwickshire Board is looking for new volunteer members. If you want to play your part in impacting on local crime and make your community safer, please contact me.

Steve Probert, Warwickshire Co-ordinator
Tel. 01926 415184

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Warwick Rural West Safer Neighbourhood Team contact details:

Emergency: 999
Non-urgent: 101
General contact (not for reporting crime): 01926 684397

Inspector Daffyd Goddard
Sgt Chris Kitson
PC Rob Davies
PCSO Paul Coleman
PCSO Matt Hall

For general enquiries, please pop into Shire Hall in Warwick, just off Market Place. Open Monday Friday 08:00 20:00 & 09:00 16:00 on Saturdays.

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