Category Archives: Policing

Policing in our area and Smart Water offer.

Policing in our area and Smart Water offer.

All residents in the West Mercia and Warwickshire policing areas can take advantage of the benefits offered by security marking their property with SmartWater at the reduced promotional one off price of £25 inclusive of VAT and delivery (usually sold on an annual membership basis at £59.99 per year). To take advantage of this offer go to or call 0870 242 8899. Make sure you quote discount code WDBCRIME25.

Below are the contact details of our local Police Constables and Police Community Support Officers (the policing team):

PC 842 Simon Downes
PC 2114 Rebecca Dunn
PCSO 40075 Scott Ellis
PCSO 6845 Carl Hartshorne
PCSO 6316 Sarah Houlston
PCSO 40236 Phil Jayne O’Harrow

If you want to contact any one of them, you can dial
101 ext. 5048 or email:
Twitter: @GreatDawleyCops

A great deal of information can be found on the local police internet page including crime statistics. The link to the local policing internet page is:…/2164/Dawley-and-Malinslee

Mobile Police Station 4th March

The Parish Council has received the following note from PCSO Sarah Houlston:

Hope you are well?
We will be having the mobile police station on the car park of Little Dawley Shop (Premier) on Wednesday 4th March 1730-1900. We have some goodies in relation to burglaries and securing your homes.
In light of recent events there maybe many residents of Little Dawley and surrounding areas that maybe feeling quite vunerable, if you could notify them of the above and if they would like to come and speak to us that would be great.
Thank you
Sarah Houlston
PCSO 6316
Dawley and Malinslee SNT
Malinsgate Police Staion
Phone: 101
Twitter: @GreatDawleyCops


Dangerous dogs: tough new law to help prevent attacks

From 20th October 2014, Police and principal local authorities (which for us means the Borough Council) in England and Wales have new powers under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 to tackle irresponsible dog ownership. The owners of dogs that aggressively chase cats, run loose in the park or “alarm” postmen face criminal prosecution, fines of up to £20,000 or the prospect of theirs pets being seized.