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

Police Officers

Our Police Community Support Officers are:

  • PCSO 7149 Sharon Jones
  • PC 5338 Martin Randle

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

Follow @BunburyWrenpol on Twitter or Bunbury and Wrenbury Police on Facebook

Local Police Surgeries

Your local Officers will be holding public surgeries on the below dates and locations

  • TBA

Please come and see us if you have anything you want to discuss, or even just to say Hello.

Police Cluster Meetings

Regular meetings are held with the local Police and local Parish Councils and they are reported in the Minutes of the Parish Council meetings.

Why not sign up for Cheshire Police Alert?

Cheshire Police Alert is the community messaging system brought to you by Cheshire Constabulary and servicing the whole of Cheshire. By registering with Cheshire Police Alert, you receive news and appeals, local crime information and crime prevention advice – direct to you as an e-mail, mobile text or voice message.

Registering with this site is completely free, and not only allows you to receive messages about your local area, but also allows you to feed back information to your local policing teams to help them better police your neighbourhood.

When you are registered with Cheshire Police Alert, not only are you linked in to the most powerful local messaging service in the Cheshire Constabulary area, but you also have full access to log in to this website and access your account settings. Logging in allows you to control all of your personal details and adjust the types of messages you want to receive, where you want to receive them and when you would like to get them. All of this is done through our secure servers.


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…



Try and make it harder for thieves to commit enter your home or your neighbour’s home.

Make sure all your doors and windows are locked, even when you are at home.

If you have a gate on your driveway, keep it closed as much as you can to prevent easy access for people.
Consider investing in CCTV.

Look out for your neighbours and their properties and report anything suspicious on 101.