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Alcester South SNT Update

Corona Virus

The situation regarding the Virus is changing on a daily basis and the Government is regularly releasing information and guidance –

.It will almost certainly have an impact on our area and Warwickshire Police will respond as required. Please continue to use our 101 and 999 telephone systems as usual – many interactions can now be made via our website, thus freeing up the telephone systems during peak times –   We will release any further instructions when needed.

We are aware that there are local community groups being set up in order to help support the vulnerable on our area. Information can be found on Social Media or via your local Resilience and Council groups. This is a good time for those that are able to check on your family, friends and neighbours, especially those that may need help with supplies. Remember = 1) Wash your hands frequently and catch coughs and sneezes in a tissue. 2) Be prepared to self-isolate. 3) Plan ahead based on your situation.

Crimestoppers – From their website

We’re an independent charity that gives you the power to speak up to stop crime, 100% anonymously. Whoever you are, wherever you live, from communities to companies.  By phone and online, 24/7, 365 days a year.  We also share advice on how to protect the people you care about from crime, so everyone can feel safe.  After receiving your call or a completed anonymous online form, we create a report that brings together all the information you gave us, making sure it doesn’t contain any information that could identify you. Your report is sent to the relevant authority with the legal responsibility to investigate crimes, make arrests and charge people in order to bring them to justice. This could be your local police force or an agency such as the UK Border Agency or HM Revenue & Customs””.

Crime prevention advice

Nobody thinks they’ll be a victim of crime until, of course, it happens. But if you’re clued in to the criminals’ tricks and tactics you can stay one step ahead. Browse our pages below for first-hand knowledge, industry best practices and practical crime prevention advice from officers and specialist teams all across the police.

Special Constabulary Recruitment

Could you be a local hero and become a Special Constable? – Our Special Constables are voluntary, part-time police officers who work in some of the most important areas of modern policing. Would you be willing to make a real difference to the communities in our area? As a fully-trained Special Constable, you will have full police powers, wear a police uniform and work alongside regular police officers and police staff, with opportunities for promotion and to develop your leadership and management skills. In return, you will be required to commit a minimum of 16 hours a month, although many people do significantly more as the hours can be flexible to fit around your work and home life commitments. For further information visit our website –

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