Stanwick Parish Council

Northamptonshire

Clerk:  Ms Jenny Hodgson

29 Hill House Gardens

Stanwick

Northamptonshire

NN9 6QH

Tel:01933 625616

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Serving the community of Stanwick since 2000

Local democracy in action

Community Safety

Policing

 

Stanwick is covered by the police "East Northants Central Safer Community Team" based in Thrapston.  This team covers all the wards in Irthlingborough, Raunds, Stanwick, Thrapston and Woodford.

 

Safer Community Teams (SCTs) provide communities with a dedicated team of officers who are visible, accessible and known to local people. They work closely with partner agencies and the local community to tackle the crime and disorder concerns and issues identified within the neighbourhood.  A Safer Community Team is made up of Police Officers, Police Community Support Officers, Special Constables and other police support, and may also include partner agency staff.

 

For more information, follow this link to the Northamptonshire Police Website northants.police.uk

 

Problems with Dogs

 

The role of East Northamptonshire Council's Dog Warden Service is to promote responsible dog ownership and enforce dog control order legislation where possible.

 

East Northamptonshire Council not only deals with complaints but can provide advice on a range of issues including barking dogs, stray dogs, dangerous dogs, dog fouling and the enforcement of dog control orders

 

For more information, follow this link to the East Northamptonshire Council website

east-northamptonshire.gov.uk

 

Police and Crime Commissioner (elected May 2016)

 

Stephen Mold

Commissioner@northantspcc.pnn.police.uk

or via post at:

Police and Crime Commissioner

Force Headquarters

Wootton Hall

Northampton

NN4 0JQ

 

 

Contact Police

 

Contact Northamptonshire Police by visiting www.northants.police.uk or calling 101,

email your local Safer Community Team  SCT-EastNorthantsCentral@northants.police.uk

call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously with information about crime.  

 

Always dial 999 in an emergency.