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Police:

FOR ALL EMERGENCIES:

if you are witnessing a crime or in an emergency DIAL 999

If you wish to report a crime anywhere in Warwickshire call Warwickshire Police on 01926 415000

If you have information about a crime or criminal activity in your neighbourhood call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111

Mobile Police Station
A mobile Police station will be at Wolvey Baptist Chapel, School Lane, Wolvey between 1.15pm - 2.45pm on the following Dates;

Note Change of Venue:
From March 2016 the Mobile Police Station will no longer be parked in the Square but based at Wolvey Baptist Chapel.

  
2016      
Wednesday... 30th March  
Sunday... 1st May  
Wednesday... 18th May  
Wednesday... 8th June  
Sunday... 10th July  

Rugby Police Station

Rugby Police Station:
Newbold Road,
Rugby,

CV21 2DH 

Click here for contact information

To report crime happening in your area contact Warwickshire Police on 01926 415000.
In an emergency dial 999.


Emergency Contact Disc (Tax Disc Replacement)
Press release
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Click here to view or download Contact Disc

101 non-emergency number to be launched in Warwickshire

by Rugby Rural North Team ? last modified 09 November 2011 09:37 AM
101 non-emergency number to be launched in Warwickshire

Warwickshire Police have launched a new, non-emergency telephone, making it easier for members of the public to report crime and disorder and make general enquiries.

101, which is already live in several force areas across the country, is an easy to remember number which goes directly to the local control room no matter where you are dialling from.

It takes away the need to search for the local force number and should reduce the volume of unnecessary 999 calls.

The new number can be used to report if a car has been stolen or property has been damaged or vandalised, to report a minor traffic collision, to provide information about crime or to contact a local policing team.

  1. is being rolled out across England and Wales by the end of 2011, meaning it can be used across the whole area.

Superintendent Adrian McGee said: "When calling 101 the system will determine your location and connect you to the local police force. You will receive a message telling you which police force you are being connected to. If you are on a boundary between two or more forces you can choose which force you would like to be connected to.

"This new number will provide a simple and quick way to contact Warwickshire Police, helping to protect our communities from harm. 101 increases the number of ways that people can contact the police ? not just to contact us but it can be used throughout the country to contact the local police force whenever it is needed."

  1. does not replace 999, which should still be used in an emergency, when a crime is in progress, there is a danger to life or when violence is being used or threatened.

The new number will cost 15 pence from landlines and mobile phones for the entire call, no matter how long the call or what time of day it is.

There is also or the independent charity:
Crimestoppers Anonymously
Tel:
0800 555 111.

Rugby SNT teams help crack down on serious organised crime in Rugby.

by Rugby Rural North Team ? last modified 12 November 2011 05:11 PM

Officers from Rugby's Safer Neighbourhoods teams played an instrumental part in raids to stamp out serious and organised crime in Rugby.

Officers from Rugby's Safer Neighbourhoods teams played an instrumental part in raids to stamp out serious and organised crime in Rugby.

As part of Operation Laser, the biggest operation ever undertaken by Warwickshire Police to tackle serious and organised crime, raids took place early this morning, Tuesday 8 November. Warrants were executed at 22 addresses, the majority of them in Rugby, with additional warrants being executed in Coventry and Birmingham. A total of 19 people have been arrested. The early morning raids give a clear message to those involved in organised crime and the supply of drugs in Rugby, that Warwickshire Police is making the borough a hostile place for criminals to operate in.





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