There is now a Policing Pledge. It’s a new set of promises from the police on the service they should provide and every force has committed to keeping those promises.

The police promise to listen to your concerns, act on these concerns, and then keep you informed of the progress they’ve made. Each neighbourhood will have locally agreed priorities, as agreed by the community.

You can see the full Policing Pledge by following the link below.

http://policingpledge.direct.gov.uk/index.html

For information about policing, as well as access to local crime statistics and crime maps, follow the link below to find your local neighbourhood policing team.

http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/Policing.do?ref=neighbourhood

What you should do in case of an emergency:

In an emergency, you should always call 999. An emergency is:

  • when a crime is happening
  • when someone suspected of a crime is nearby, or
  • someone is injured, being threatened, or in danger

If you need to report a crime that is not an emergency, you should call your local force’s non-emergency number.

Find your local police force’s non emergency number.

http://policingpledge.direct.gov.uk/contacts.html

Editorial courtsey from the Home Office Website

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