Neighbourhood watch


You can download the latest  Parish Council Policing Report May 16

 The guest speaker at the next meeting of the Tisbury Community Safety Partnership (to be held on Tuesday 14th June 2016 in the Elizabeth Hall, Tisbury at 6pm) is to be Sheila Lupton of Wiltshire Council’s Independent Visitor Scheme.



Local Crime Series

No report was available at the time of going to press.

Local Report

Fallen trees have been a significant part of our incidents over the past month (February) with two storms causing many issues on our roads. Local people have really pulled together at these times and have assisted in clearing the obstructions as soon as possible, alleviating the workload of the council who had multiple locations to try to clear as soon as possible. Thank you to everyone who helped and to motorists for being patient and understanding.

A couple of reports of lost dogs have also come to notice. Luckily all dogs have now been found and returned to their owners and this was, in part, due to the number of people aware that they were missing through social media like Facebook (Tisbury police) and Community Messaging.

You can sign up to Community Messaging to get targeted messages by email, text or telephone on www.wiltsmessaging.co.uk

Hare coursing is still occurring in our area. This is not only illegal but can cause a lot of damage to farmer’s crops, please call in any incidents on 101.

Finally, and recently, there have been many reports throughout the whole county regarding cold callers. These are usually teams of people who target a particular area and call on all houses before moving onto another town. The most recent gangs have been people claiming to be deaf and trying to sell artwork door to door. Items are usually of a poor quality and the sellers rarely have a pedlar’s certificate or licence, which is a legal requirement for selling door to door. Please do not buy from these people and look out for your neighbours who may be vulnerable; again, please call the police on 101 if you have any concerns.

Tisbury Community Safety Partnership

The next meeting, which will include the AGM, will be on Tuesday 14th June 2016 in the Elizabeth Hall, Tisbury at 6pm; members of the public, and of Community Groups, are always very welcome. Please note that all future meetings will also start at 6pm; in 2016, they comprise Tuesday 13th September and Tuesday 13th December.



Sector Head: Inspector 2517 James Brain: james.brain@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Deputy Sector Head: Ps 1801 Louis McCoy: louis.mccoy@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Community Coordinator: Pc 2446 Charly Chilton: charlotte.chilton@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Community Policing Team Mailbox*: cpttrowbridgewarminster@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Details of local crime: www.police.uk and enter post code of interest

In an emergency, of course, always dial 999


*Please note: personalised email addresses such as victoria.huntley@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk carry the caveat that if officers are sick or on leave, their mail will not be read until their return – whereas the whole team is intended to have access to the CPT mail box.


PCSO 6126 Vicky Huntley

Team 1

Community Policing Team Warminster Sector


Tisbury Neighbourhood Policing Team

PC Greg Fergusson 1208 Tel: Wiltshire Police 101 ext 746819

Mob Tel: 07969500669 (not 24 hour)

PC Greg Ferguson

Other means of contact include:

  • Landline or mobile: dial 101
  • Email: tisburynpt@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk
  • Log into Facebook and search for “Tisbury Police’
  • For complete anonymity, ring Crimestopperson 0800 555 111.
  • In an emergency, of course, always dial999.



Karen Kebby runs the neighbourhood watch for Tollard Royal

If you see anything suspicious in the area or are worried about anything please contact Karen or Greg Ferguson


Outcomes of specific crimes

If you are interested in the outcome of a local crime, you may find it by visiting http://www.police.uk and entering your postcode


All neighbourhood watch members can get a discount on their home insurance and if anyone is currently not a member they are welcome to join by contacting Karen Kebby

We operate a neighbours holiday scheme, where neighbours will keep an eye on property of those who are on holiday in return for the same consideration when they go away.

You inform your local neighbours of your holiday dates, which lights you are leaving on, who is key holder in case of emergency and your contact details if you wish to be contacted.facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feather

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