Warrington North

The areas of Orford, Longford, Cinnamon Brow, Fearnhead and Winwick Quay area are all in the Warrington North beat which takes in places such as the Orford Jubilee Hub and the Chester University campus.

Warrington North Team

Jayne Drum


Covers Longford and Orford

Georgina Griffiths


Covers Orford

Sigourney Ridsdale


Covers Orford

Jordan Burke


Covers Poplars and Hulme

Policing Priorities

From 1st December 2017 to 31st December 2017 the policing priorities for this area will be

ASB - We have dedicated ASB patrols consisting of Police Officer's and PCSO's to tackle issues both pro-actively and re-actively. On-going relationships with partners are also key in making Warrington a safe and enjoyable experience for all and we continue to work together effectively to make a real difference. We have frequent interaction with Livewire management to robustly deal with those spoiling the leisure time of others.

  • Beamont Junior School, Quebec Road - We are working closely with the school and Highways regarding parking issues that may compromise the safety of school attendees and visitors; particularly around drop off and pick up times. We are hopeful that WBC will implement tangible solutions in the near future and we will work with council enforcement to tackle the issues. Additionally, we are monitoring those contravening the one way system around Floyd Drive by the college.



  • Hoax Calls - We have received an increase in hoax calls, particularly around the Poplars Avenue area. Such calls put unnecessary pressures on police resources and can prevent us being in the locations of most need. We are working closely with partner agencies to tackle this issue and ask those responsible to stop and ask parents / guardians of those involved to be aware of where and what their loved ones are up too. We will robustly deal with those responsible and in addition, educate accordingly. Please contact us on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with any relevant information; in an emergency: 999.

You said, we did

From 1st November 2017 to 30th November 2017
You said:

You said that there was drug dealing occurring at certain addresses on the Warrington North area.

We did:
  • Drug Dealing – We have continued to develop intelligence in relation this harmful criminality. We have executed warrants with positive results across the area and have used our stop search powers effectively and proportionately to combat this crime.
You said:

You said that local youths are causing Anti Social Behaviour around the Warrington North area; behaving in a nuisance manner and causing general disruption. Also reports of damage to motor vehicles by means of scratching the paintwork (Car-Keying).

We did:
  • ASB/Hate Crime - We continue to work closely our partners and tackle such behaviour appropriately; this has included work with 'Livewire' to promote sporting diversionary activities. We will continue our efforts in providing hi-visibility to the locations; supporting those affected and dealing with those responsible. We also actively engage closely with the schools in the area. Through a variety of policing tactics we have identified a person responsible for causing damage to a significant number of vehicles. We are working with victims and searching for other potential victims and the individual concerned will be prosecuted accordingly.


You said:

Parking complaints - Harpers Road and surrounding streets

We did:
  • Parking complaints - We have received local feedback regarding parking complaints around the Harpers Road area. Enforcement of this nature sits within the remit of Warrington Borough Council and we are actively working with them; we take suitable action if the offence of obstruction is apparent. We are also aware of some social media activity around this subject with reference of causing damage to vehicles. Such comments are unhelpful and we urge those responsible to refrain; we will take robust action if any damage is found and ask we all work together in a lawful and constructive manner.

What are your priorities?

We pick local priorities based on feedback from the public and our knowledge of policing issues in the area.

Tell us what you want us to focus on this month using the form below. If you don't want to use the form you can come to a local meeting, call us, or speak to a local officer.

Do not use this form to report a crime or an urgent matter. If you wish to report a crime please call our non-emergency number 101 or call 999 if it is an emergency.

Your message will be sent through to the local policing team for consideration as a Policing Priority for this area.

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