Warrington South

The Warrington South team cover the busy village centres of Stockton Heath and Lymm as well as the large rural areas of Appleton, Walton, Hatton and Stretton, meeting the border with Manchester.

Warrington South Team

Gareth Kerr

Sergeant

Michelle Adamson

Appleton, Hatton, Stretton and Walton

Christopher Davies

PC

Beat Manager - for Lymm

Wendy Whitehead

PC

Beat Manager - Stockton Heath, Thelwall & Grappenhall

Policing Priorities

From 1st April 2018 to 30th April 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be

We have had various reports of thefts from Poplars 2000, both from the Petrol filling station, and from vehicles and trucks in the rest area.  We will be focussing extra attention at this location over the forthcoming month in an effort to reduce offences, and reassure staff and public whilst at this location.

You said, we did

From 1st March 2018 to 31st March 2018
You said:

We have recently introduced training for all our PCSO's to operate the 'TruCam' speed camera, and during March, as the days get lighter, we will focus on Road safety and speeding on local roads, to address concerns raised by local residents.

We did:

Local officers have been out in Lymm, Grappenhall & Thelwall, Appleton, Stretton and Hatton during the month of March, using the Tru Cam and enforcing speed limits on local roads.

You said:

During March, we will continue to tackle groups of youths acting in an anti-social manner across the south Warrington area.

We did:

Our previous priority areas of Alexandra Park in Stockton Heath and The Cross in Lymm have been getting extra attention from our team of Beat Officers.  During March we have seen very few issues at these locations, with only one report of ASB being reported from each of these locations. 

We will continue to actively patrol these areas and deal robustly with any youths found to be committing offences.  We are also working with the local councils, Broomfields Youth Project and Livewire, to provide alternative diversionary activities for the local youths.

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.

Our area

You are using an older browser that does not support this feature. You can still find out information about local policing by clicking the links below: