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Police

Local police
Rural Community Action Team
Neighbourhood Watch
Countryside Watch
Crime Stoppers
Community Payback
Victim support

Cambridgeshire police websites

Blog – South Cambs police
Cambourne policing team (our local team)
Cambridgeshire Constabulary

Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner
ECops website – home page

Requiring police attention

Emergency phone  999

Non-emergency situation phone  101
(Use 101
if you want to report an incident or crime, including anti-social behaviour – see the 'Contact us' section of Cambridgeshire police website.)

101 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   From landlines and mobile networks, calls will cost 15p per call, no matter what time of day or the duration of the call.

E-mail  You can e-mail South Cambs police sector
do not use it to report a crime or for urgent matters.

Local police

South Cambridgeshire Area commander
Chief Inspector James Sutherland

Safer Neighbourhood Manager
Inspector Richard Isley.

Neighbourhood Police Sergeant
Sergeant Jon Capes.

Neighbourhood Police Officer, Gamlingay
PC Alex Rendell.

Police Community Support Officer – Gamlingay area
PCSO John Coppard.

Special Constable for Gamlingay
Tim Everett

All are based at Cambourne police station.

To contact them:
Phone101 (see above).
E-mail ecops.gamlingay@cambs.pnn.police.uk
or cambourne.npt@cambs.pnn.police.uk
South Cambs policediary page
Cambourne general website page
Cambourne 'Contact us' website page
Blog

Their 'primary villages' are:
Gamlingay, Hatley St George and East Hatley plus Arrington, Barrington, Croydon, Great Eversden and Little Eversden, Harlton, Harston, Haslingfield, Hauxton, Little Gransden, Longstowe, Orwell and Wimpole.

Local police surgeries – there are regular surgeries in the Gamlingay area, as detailed in the diary section of Cambridgeshire Constabulary's website.

Rural Community Action Team

The Rural Community Action Team is made up of a Sergeant, three PCs and two PCSOs, much like a neighbourhood policing team.  Together they work with the community to deal with issues that affect the rural community.  Their contact details are below.

The Team is committed to dealing with issues that affect rural communities – anything from the theft of £100,000 tractors to dealing with illegal raves, from stolen diesel or misappropriated metal to wildlife issues such as hare coursing.

They work throughout Cambridgeshire with other agencies such as the RSPCA, RSPB and the National Wildlife crime unit.  They can be contacted through the force switchboard on 101 or e-mail RCAT@cambs.pnn.police.uk.

More details about the team are on the police website.

Neighbourhood Watch

E-mail  Contact your local coordinator for Hatley St George or East Hatley.

E-Cops service  After registering, you will receive e-mails with news relevant to our area and be able to respond.   Do not use this to report a crime or for urgent matters.

Hatley is now included in the Cambourne Policing Team based at CambournePolice Station.

Countryside Watch

Ellen Muirhead is the regional officer for South Cambs: 07952 735 158 / ellen.muirheadccw@gmail.com.
Website  www.cambscountrysidewatch.org.uk

CrimeStoppers

If you would like to report any information anonymously, phone CrimeStoppers, an independent UK-wide charity working to stop crime.

Tel  0800 555 111
Website   www.crimestoppers-uk.org.   

Community Payback

To suggest projects offenders can work on to pay back for their crimes, visit the Community Payback website.

Victim support

To find out your rights as a victim and how to contact your local victim support service, visit the victim support helpline.   

 

 

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