Warrington Town Centre

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Warrington Town Centre
Police Station,
Arpley Street,
Warrington,
WA1 1LQ

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T: 0845 458 6379

E: warrington.town.centre.npu@cheshire.pnn.police.uk

Inspector Richie Watts

I am Richie Watts, the Inspector for Warrington Town Centre, based at Arpley Street Police Station, Warrington.

I have over 20 years service as a Police officer with Cheshire Constabulary in a number of varying roles both as a uniformed front line operational officer, as a Custody Officer, CID Duties and also working with Prolific and Persistent offenders.

In my current role, I am managing both Town Centre Neighbourhood and Incident Response duties with the emphasis being the provision of a high quality policing service to all residents of and visitors to the town centre. The chief objective of myself and my staff is to ensure that as a visitor or resident, you are safe and feel safe whilst in the Town Centre of Warrington during both Daytime and Night time hours.

The Town Centre has a dedicated, highly motivated and thoroughly committed team of Police Officers and PCSOs’ who are striving to ensure that you are safe in the town centre as a resident, worker or visitor.

With my team, we are seeking to further develop the strong links that have been forged with residents, licensed premises, retail outlets, businesses, cultural groups, voluntary groups and partner agencies within the Town Centre area and we will continue to work closely with them all.

The Town Centre NPU was initially formed in 2008 some excellent successes have been achieved since the formation. Since that time, the town centre area has developed and will continue to develop further with the Town Centre Regeneration scheme and the burgeoning Cultural Quarter.

It is anticipated that more and more visitors will come to the Town Centre and for this reason I will ensure that my Constables and PCSOs’ will continue to be visible and available to you, providing reassurance, making you feel safe, preventing, deterring and detecting crime and disorder.

My priorities are to provide a high quality policing service to you and to ensure that the quality of your life is our key consideration. My staff will respond in an effective, timely and professional manner and will provide a high standard of investigation for all incidents.

My staff and I are wholly committed to reducing violent crime, retail crime and anti social behaviour in the town centre in order that it is a safer place to live, work and visit.

You are an integral part in the success of policing at a local level and I would encourage you to tell the Police Officers and PCSOs about any issues concerning you.

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Local Priorities

  • From 01/11/2014 To 30/11/2014-Warrington Town Centre - Golden Square, Town Centre Shopping Streets & Cockhedge Shopping Centre

    Priority Type: Retail Crime - Daytime Economy

    Description: Town Centre patrols will continue to be target offences of theft, thefts from the person and the persons responsible for these offences. There will be increased high visibility patrols through the day in order to offer reassurance to shoppers. There will be close liaison between stores, town centre CCTV and the Police. If you have any information regarding persons committing theft offences, please contact using 101.

  • From 01/11/2014 To 30/11/2014-Warrington Town Centre & Cultural Quarter

    Priority Type: Community Issues - Anti Social Behaviour, Street Drinking

    Description: My staff and are I are working with partnership agencies, local businesses, Youth Services and Homeless services to positively and robustly address Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) at all times of day and night. We will be continuing with interventions and robsut policing to improve the quality of life for persons living, working and socialising within the Town Centre and Cultural Quarter. Pro-active action is to be taken to target street drinkers, persons begging around Central Station / Town Centre and to deal with spontaneous incidents of Anti Social Behaviour. All residents, employees amd persons socialising within the Town Centre are encouraged to Contact Cheshire Constabulary to report ASB incidents using the 101 phone number.

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