Police

Emergency – Call 999 or 112 and ask for Police, if:

  • there is danger to life
  • violence is used or threatened
  • a serious crime (violent crime or burglary) is in progress or likely
  • a suspect for a serious crime is nearby
  • there is a road traffic collision with injury or danger to other road users
  • a vulnerable person needs urgent help

(If you use a mobile phone, tell the operator you need Cheshire Police, not North Wales or Merseyside)

Cheshire police – Call 101 if:

  • a crime has been discovered but there is no offender present
  • you feel a need for police to prevent anti-social behaviour or a crime
  • you want to report suspicious person or vehicle etc

Neston Police –  Call 01606 632 530 (Answerphone) if:

  • you want the local Community Action Team to deal with  community problems which affects your neighbourhood.

This number will take a recorded message and a local officer will respond within two days. Please say:

  • your name and phone number
  • the area where you live
  • a brief outline of the problem

or you can email: Cheshire Police  email

To report a crime anonymously – Call Cheshire Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 or contact through www.crimestopper-uk.org

Update from Sergeant Dan Greenhalgh December 2016

Ellesmere Port and Neston Beat Team are here for the community.

Myself, Sergeant Greenhalgh, have some of my team managing the Neston and rural areas. (Pictures below).   We are passionate about ensuring the community of Neston and surrounding villages have confidence in our policing and we are committed to targeting those within your community who commit crime. As a beat team we are now working a 3 week shift pattern covering lates and days to ensure that we can be accessible to the community and have the biggest impact possible.  We are supported by a pro-active element of beat management, together with our 24/7 response colleagues and other LPU staff. I have been the Beat Sergeant for Neston areas for two years and know the community well. I will continue to ensure me and my team deliver the very best service to the community that we can and bring offenders in the community to justice.

DSCN03301-225x300PC Paul Barlow
PC Barlow has been working Neston for a number of years. He also takes the lead for rural and wildlife officer.  His role is to identify issues arising that are causing pain in the community and an increase in demand on police.  In the new year PC Barlow takes on a new area and will be replaced in Neston by PC Grant who has previously worked in Neston and will be excellent to take on the great work PC Barlow has done and develop further.
 
PCSO TudorPCSO Jackie Tudor
 
PCSO ConwayPCSO Linda Conway

Lastly, the two ladies who are the community face of policing. PCSO Conway and PCSO Tudor. Both make every effort to ensure the community feel safe. They take every opportunity to be out as much as possible in the community and at events. Both want to help in any way they possibly can and always welcome a chat!

Dan Greenhalgh (3)Sgt Dan Greenhalgh

Cheshire Constabulary website also lists local officers.

– see Police and Crime Commissioner