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POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER

Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon is Angus Macpherson. He has an important role in representing people in the area to ensure the policing needs of communities are met.

As Commissioner he is the voice of local people in the fight against crime and anti-social behaviour. He is also someone you can hold to account to deliver on election promises.

It is his responsibility to ensure that there is an effective and efficient police force. Click here for his website.

WILTSHIRE SOUTH (SALISBURY) COMMUNITY POLICING TEAM

The Community Policing Team (CPT) model was rolled-out across Wiltshire Police in 2016.  The new model brings neighbourhood policing, response teams and local crime investigators into a single team for a more effective approach to community policing. It means there is a bigger team of officers and police staff  available to attend incidents and improves communication between teams and departments.  Each Community Policing Team is overseen by a Superintendent with an Inspector and a deputy. The team is made up of a mix of police officers, community co-ordinators, PCSOs, civilian local crime investigators and Specials.  Click here for the webpage of the Wiltshire South  (Salisbury) Community Policing Team which serves our area.. 

Click here to see the archive of recent Wiltshire Police alert messages including those from Wiltshire South (Salisbury) Community Policing Team and the tabs below for their recent monthly crime reports. 

Wiltshire Police has a non-emergency number, 101. The roll out of this non-emergency number was part of a national programme to make it easier for you to contact your local police.  101 should be used for non-emergencies such as:

  • contacting local officers
  • getting crime prevention advice
  • making the police aware of policing issues in your local area
  • making an appointment with a police officer
  • for any other non-emergency
  • reporting a crime (unless crime in progress, when you should dial 999)  

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