Southam Safer Neighbourhood Team
Please look at the Safer Neighbourhood Team Poster available to download, which shows details of the police officers involved and how to contact them.
Contact details for Southam Police
Safer Neighbourhoods Team
Southam Police Station, High Street, Southam. CV47 0HB.
FOR EMERGENCY CALLS 999. For non-emergency calls please dial Telephone 01926 415000. SNT voice mail ex 4984.
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SNT Officers mobile phone numbers PC 283 Rod Joy - 07919304733 PC James Butler - 07795052815 PCSO's Mobile- 07919887674
A national Horsewatch scheme has been set up by Hampshire Police. If you would like to receive Horsewatch bulletins, go onto www.nfed.co.uk/horsewatch and sign up as members.
We are working together as Warwickshire Against Domestic Abuse with over 30 other public services and voluntary organisations to tackle the harm caused by domestic abuse. If you or someone you know is affected by emotional, financial, physical or other forms of abuse in Warwickshire Freephone 0800 408 1552 or visit www.talk2someone.org.uk. In an emergency call 999.
Please note: Calls from most landlines to the Warwickshire Domestic Abuse Freephone number 0800 408 1552 are free and not itemised on bills. If in doubt, or you are calling from a mobile, please check with your telephone provider.
The problem of nuisance youths has been identified by residents involved with the PACT process and has been adopted by Southam Police as one of their three priorities and is currently the main focus. The Police working very closely with Southam Town Council and all the local Parish Councils have created an Operational Order to combat this problem positively, robustly and collectively.
The intention of the police is to:
- Target and tackle issues which matter most ot the community in Southam
- Increase visibility and familiarity to reassure members of the public that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and therefore improve confidence and feelings of safety within the community.
To date the Operation has given many positive results. This in turn has sent out a very loud and clear message across our communities confirming that such behaviour will not be tolerated. Numerous stop searches have been completed, arrests have been carried out, alcohol has been confiscated, youths taken home and street cautions administered for various offences. The majority of local youths are law abiding, well behaved and respectful individuals. However, the minority who are coming to the police attention are being dealt with positively. All parents must be mindful and aware of where their children are, who they associate with and what they actually do with their spare time. We must remember that crime and anti-social behaviour cannot flourish in a community that cares.