Local Policing

August 13th 2021

The Chair and Clerk recently met with Paul Morley, our new Local Neighbourhood Beat Manager, to discuss graffiti, vandalism, speeding, and noisy bikes being a number of the recent issues that have been raised in the parish.  It was a very positive meeting and he is keen to ensure that any incidents, no matter how small, are reported using 101 as this will then enable his team to carry out increased visits if necessary.  The easiest way to report a crime is to use the Devon & Cornwall Police online form which can be found using the link here.  Details can also be found under our Services page.  Alternatively, you can use the 101 online form or email or call 101, although the latter can result in being on hold for a while at busy times.

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