A Police Surgery now takes place in the Village Hall on the first Wednesday of each month prior to the Lunch Club.
Your Neighbourhood Policing Team is based at
Horncastle Police Station,
The Wong, Horncastle.
Lincolnshire. LN9 6EB
For all non-emergency calls, or if you need to report an incident, please ring :
01507 523 332
In Emergency dial:
Your Enquiry Office provides a policing service from the police station.
Mon - Thur 0900 - 1700
Friday 0900 - 1600
(Closed 1330 - 1400)
COMMUNITY BEAT MANAGERS
Your Community Beat Managers have ‘ownership’ of policing issues throughout their areas of responsibility.
When on duty, they will be the first line of response to any reported incident.
HOW TO CONTACT YOUR LOCAL POLICING TEAM
All members carry mobile phones when on duty. If an officer is not on duty, a voicemail message will ask you to call an alternative number, or call the nearest main Police Station.
POLICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICERS
Your Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s) work with Community Beat Managers to provide policing at a local level.
THE ROLE OF THE RESPONSE TEAMS
Your Community Beat Managers are supported by teams of response officers based at Horncastle and Boston. These teams work a shift pattern that enables policing of our area to be carried out 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Helping to make Lincolnshire the safest county in England
Your neighbourhood policing team in Wainfleet, Spilsby and Burgh le Marsh.
What is the role of your Neighbourhood Policing Team?
Who’s in Charge!
Now that Lincolnshire (and most other policing areas) have both a Chief Constable and a Police and Crimes Commissioner it’s a little confusing as to who is responsible for what. When the ‘Home Office’ is included it gets worse, so click on the pdf icon to view a poster which explains it.
Safer Together: Outline Police and Crime Plan.
The Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner is inviting you to have your say.
The plan is vital to setting out the direction for community safety, policing and criminal justice in Lincolnshire for the next four years.
You can have you say by visiting the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
This consultation will close on Sunday 9th October.