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Barton Neighbourhood Policing Team


Good afternoon residents of Barton 

 

- Your Neighbourhood Policing Team is made up of myself, PC Chris HOWSON, and PCSO Tracy DYAS.

 

Barton Neighbourhood Policing Team - What do we do?  We work closely with a variety of partner-agencies to help support the most vulnerable people in our community. This includes local schools, Youth Justice Partnership, Barton Town Council, Safer Neighbourhoods, Children's Services and ONGO, amongst many others.  We investigate a variety of crime including hate-related incidents, antisocial behaviour (ASB), harassment, public order and low-level assaults.  We also spend significant amounts of time in the community speaking with residents and businesses.  Part of this involves 'Humber Talking' surveys where we aim to select a different street every week, to try and understand local concerns and what's important to you.  

 

Weekly drop-in surgeries:  We hold weekly surgeries at a variety of locations in Barton, including Baysgarth Hub (Library), the Viking Centre (Fairfield Drive), Victoria House (Victoria Drive) and the Town Council office (Queen Street). These are opportunities to meet your Neighbourhood Team and ask us questions, discuss local concerns, or provide us with intelligence. Please keep an eye on the 'Humberside Police - Barton' website for dates and times, under the ‘Meetings and Events’ tab.  I have attached dates, times and locations of our December 2023 and January 2024 drop-in surgeries to this message.

 

Staffing at Barton Police Station:  Contrary to popular belief, Barton Police Station is staffed 24-7.  In addition to the Neighbourhood Team, Barton Police Station is also staffed by two Response Officers day-and-night, 365 days per year. Whilst their role is to attend emergencies and 999 calls within Barton and surrounding areas, they also provide support for ASB when the Neighbourhood Team aren’t on duty.  We currently have no cover on the front desk due to staff retiring and moving roles, however, if an Officer is in the station we will happily answer the door to assist with your enquiry.

 

Contacting the Neighbourhood Team:  You can email us on SPOCCommunitiesNorthLincolnshire@humberside.pnn.police.uk, or else in person when you see us walking about, or at any of the drop-in surgeries over the coming weeks.

 

Thank you, PC HOWSON & PCSO DYAS

Barton Neighbourhood Policing Team

 

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HOW TO CONTACT THE POLICE IN AN EMERGENCY:

 

Call 999 if:

  • a serious offence is in progress or has just been committed
  • someone is in immediate danger or harm
  • property is in danger of being damaged
  • a serious disruption to the public is likely
  • Hearing or speech impairments

    If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use our textphone service 18000 or text us on 999 if you’ve pre-registered with the emergencySMS service.

     

    Silent 999 calls

    If you're in danger but you can't talk on the phone, you should still call 999, then follow these instructions.

     

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    HOW TO CONTACT THE POLICE IN A NON-EMERGENCY:

     

    Call 101 for non-emergency enquiries.

    If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use our textphone service on 18001 101.

     

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    HOW TO REPORT ANONYMOUSLY TO CRIMESTOPPERS:

     

    Online: http://crimestoppers-uk.org/

    By phone: 0800 555 111


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