Latest updates from Nortamptonshire Police Community Connect:
The Northants Police and Crime Commissioner has launched a pubic consultation relating to changes to the governance of the Fire and Rescue Service. The consultation closes Tuesday 1st August.
We have a new Police Inspector for Daventry and South Northants - Kev Byrne.
From June, Inspector Kev Byrne will have a monthly open door surgery on the below dates and locations.
You are welcome to come along to discuss anything you wish, no appointment required.
22 June 2017, 1-3pm, Towcester Library, The Forum
25 July 2017, 10.30am-12.30pm, Daventry Police Station
23 August 2017, 10-12noon, Towcester Library, The Forum
27 September 2017, 10.30-12.30pm, Daventry Police Station
This new, quarterly feature has been put together by The Fire and Rescue Service, Northants Police and Highways to keep the public informed about changes in the law and legislations, promote various safety campaign and to provide advice on safety related matters.
Click here for a printable version of the Memory Jogger
Reminder – dogs on leads
Residents are requested to keep their dogs on a lead when walking them in the village. This request is prompted by a recent incident of a dog off the lead attacking another.
I appreciate this isn’t a legal requirement, but there is a need for people to be in full control of their dogs at all times to avoid incidents or people or other dogs being attacked or injured by dogs loose off the lead.
PC 911 Mel Carter
Local Response Team 5, Towcester.
Telephone 101 Ext 343501 Mobile 07557 778579 (778579)
Address: Towcester Police Station | LRO Team 5 | Watling Street | Towcester | NN12 6DE
CRIMESTOPPERS: 0800 555 111
Please continue reporting anything suspicious on 01604 888964.
You can also phone 101 to report incidents to the police including crimes, parking issues and suspicious circumstances. When calling 101 select option 2 to report an incident or crime.
The Police control room works on a grading and queuing system on calls.
Non urgent incidents and crimes can also be reported using an online form which can be found at www.northants.police.uk.
Someone is dedicated to reading the incidents online so will be picked up.
Pattishall Parish no longer has a PCSO assigned to them. NHW Coordinators have been advised that PCSO's no longer have specific beats.
The new strategy is that Police staff working is much more fluid and gives them the freedom that anyone can answer an incident within a 5-shift working pattern.
If you would like any information on NHW please contact the Coordinator.
Neighbourhood Watch updates are also posted on Facebook.
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