Policing

This page shows information on local policing matters. Our police are part of the Cheshire Constabulary, visit their website.

Police Officers

Please note that our local Officer is:

  • 4085 Nicky Berry.

Our Police Community Support Officers are:

  • 7149 Sharon Jones
  • 9810 Steve Metcalfe

Phone 101 and ask the call taker to pass a message on to them.

Scams!

The Cheshire Constabulary website has a lot of useful information for example it explains how to handle potential scams from callers to the door, phone calls, Emails, social media and phone texts. Check out more here…

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Police Cluster Meetings

Regular meetings are held with the local Police, below are items of interest to the general community:

Items from the August 2017 meeting.

Police Officer Berry gave a summary of theft/burglary, overall the advice given was to ensure that doors and windows are closed and locked securely, especially during episodes of warm weather and that when leaving properties to ensure that doors have been secured.

As always Police Officer Berry stated that if any resident sees an unusual vehicle in an area that would not normally be seen, or persons behaving in an unusual manner and if they are concerned then to contact the Police for advice.
 
  • Bunbury: College Lane. Theft of fencing panels from the front of the property, making their escape unknown.
  • Bunbury: Bunbury Lane. The victim was approached outside the convenience store, and whilst loading shopping into the car, the victims handbag was removed from the trolley and the offender made off in an unknown direction.
  • Haughton: Long Lane. A rural dwelling was approached during darkness and entry was made into the farm house were clothing, and cash tins were removed. The office area was also searched by the offender. Offender made off in unknown direction.
  • Haughton: Long Lane. At an uninhabited farm, offenders removed a large metal fireplace. Offenders made off in unknown direction.
  • Spurstow: The Yew Tree, Long Lane. Out buildings were entered, various items were stolen. Offenders made off in unknown direction.
  • Spurstow: The Yew Tree, Long Lane. Offenders using force to gain entry to out building, removed items. Offenders made off in unknown direction.
  • Spurstow: Babcocks Lane. Offenders cut the padlock from the gate to gain entrance  to the out building. a tractor was stolen, and a CLAAF baler. Offenders made off in unknown direction.

 Items from the February 2017 meeting:

Static camera figures: Due to power issues or vandalism the Alpraham / Spurstow static camera continues to not be in use.

  • A49 Bunbury: 1235 offences processed. Period from 26/10/16 to 31/01/17.

There was only one Public Order offence recorded from 1 October 2016 to 31 January 2017 in Bunbury on Queens Street.

There have been several opportunistic incidents occurring in Spurstow, these have been thefts from garages and sheds. The message from PC Berry was to ensure that sheds, garages and houses are securely locked at all times.

Worleston Parish Council have purchased their own flashing 30 mph signs in view of the degree of traffic using the Worleston road from Nantwich through to Winsford.