We work very closely with the Policing teams to prevent anti-social behaviour. There are beat teams to cover every area in the district.
Call your local police on 101 - in an emergency always call 999
Lincs Alert is a community messaging system run by Lincolnshire Police. The messaging system acts as a tool for the police to give information to registered members on crime reduction and community safety issues. Members are also able to provide information to the police.
Every household in our area is covered by a Neighbourhood Policing Team. The teams were created as part of the National Neighbourhood Policing Initiative. Neighbourhood Policing provides people who live or work in a neighbourhood with:
- Access - to local Policing services through a named point of contact
- Influence - over Policing priorities in their neighbourhood
- Interventions - joint action with partners and the public
- Answers - sustainable solutions and feedback on what is being done.
Each Neighbourhood Policing Team works with their local communities, responding to concerns raised through local neighbourhood panels of representatives and by engaging with their community. Each team works with other agencies and partners, including ourselves, to address local priorities and areas of concern. The teams then feed back to their communities, telling you what is being done and finding out if you are satisfied with the results.
Each team covers a specific area and is led by a Community Beat Manager. Beat Managers are experienced Police Officers with knowledge of community policing. Each team also includes at least one Police Community Support Officer.
Neighbourhood Policing Teams play a very important part helping Lincolnshire Police fulfil its Policing Pledge. Working with local communities means that the Beat Teams can help tackle issues that are important to you.
There are five Neighbourhood Policing Teams in Grantham Sector and four in Stamford Sector. Together, these teams cover every household in the district. For the Neighbourhood Policing Teams to fulfil their role, you need to know who your beat team is and how to get in touch with them;
Fulbeck, Caythorpe, Claypole, Long Bennington, Marston, Great Gonerby, Londonthorpe, Allington, Sedgebrook, Barrowby, Woolsthorpe by Belvoir, Denton, Ancaster, Barkston.
The beat team for Grantham town centre cover the whole of Grantham town centre, incorporating bits of several district council wards. Wards which are partially covered by the Grantham Town Centre Neighbourhood Policing Team are: Greyfriars, St. Wulfram's, St. Anne's and Grantham St. John's.
This includes: Harrowby Ward and parts of St. Anne's and St. Wulfram's Wards. In the Grantham East area are Grantham hospital, Alma Park Industrial Estate, New Beacon Road Youth Centre, Grantham College and Dysart Park.
This includes the district council wards of Green Hill, Earlesfield and part of Grantham St. John's ward. In the Grantham West area are the sports stadium and Meres Leisure Centre, the bowls centre, Grantham fire station, Springfield Park Industrial Estate and Spittlegate Level.
Great Ponton, Ingoldsby, Irnham, Skillington, Burton Coggles, Colsterworth, Corby Glen, North Witham, South Witham, Old Somerby, Ropsley, Little Ponton, Boothby Pagnell.
Horbling, Billingborough, Rippingale, Kirkby Underwood, Morton, Bourne, Dyke, Twenty.
The neighbourhood policing team for Stamford cover the whole of the town.
Swayfield, Castle Bytham, Little Bytham, Witham on the Hill, Thurlby, Manthorpe, Carlby, Greatford, Baston, Langtoft, West Deeping, Uffington, Tallington.
Market Deeping and Deeping St James.
You should contact your local policing team if you have any worries about criminal activities or community policing issues.
If you see a crime being carried out telephone 101, but in an emergency always dial 999.
You can also report a crime to Crime Stoppers on telephone number 0800 555111.
If you see someone breaching their Antisocial Behaviour Order (ASBO) please call the police on 101 or, you can ring us at the Community Safety Team on 0800 183 0279 or 01476 406080.
Local statistics can be viewed on the Police Crime Mapping Site site.
What you can do
If you are experiencing problems with anti-social behaviour, or have any concerns about it, or other community safety issues, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Feel free to use the diary sheet below to record your incident and then, please contact us. You may find the guidance leaflet useful or you could visit the Incident Diary page for more information.
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The documents in this section are in Adobe Acrobat format (pdf). You will need Acrobat Reader to view these files which can be downloaded from the Adobe website free of charge.