Recent Crime & Community Safety

Recent Crime Activity in Wolverton 

If you have been affected by the recent criminal activity in the Wolverton area, we suggest that you immediately call the Police on 999. For more advice contact Safer MK through this link: Community Safety. or call the main switchboard at MK Council and they will connect you to the team, their number: 01908 691691. You may also want to consider setting up a Neighbourhood Watch committee. You can find their website here. The Town Council are here if you have any further questions or would like to discuss any other issues.

Please also see further guidance on installing security measures for businesses who are in the conservation area of Wolverton:

Security shutters should be:

1 Link or lattice type and contained inside the shop so that the shop front and contents are still visible after the shop is closed.

2 The colour of the shutters should not detract from the character of the building or the area.

3 Security glazing is an alternative which can be unobtrusive and effective.

Important Numbers 

101 is the number to call for the police for non 999 calls.

0800 056 8090 for Electricity outage

999 for the Police

999 for the Ambulance

999 for the Fire Brigade

(Central Networks)

0800 111 999 for Gas Emergency

0800 771 881 for Water

Sign up to the Thames Valley Police Neighbourhood Alert  

You can get all the latest alerts by signing up here: https://www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk/ 

Commercial Burglary Advice from TVP 

Take a look at this helpful advice sheet from TVP on how to protect your business  

PCSO Support

Wolverton and Greenleys Town Council are pleased to continue to contribute 50% of the salary of one of our local PCSO's

Milton Keynes Urgent Care Number

There is a NEW phone number to call for non-life threatening situations. The number is 01908 201022.

The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and makes it easier for the public to access healthcare services when they need medical help fast, but it's not a life-threatening situation. The number is also one of the ways in which you can access the GP Out of Hours service in Milton Keynes between 6.30pm and 8am Mondays to Fridays, and at weekends, though the number can also be accessed via the message on your local GP practice.

Cuckooing - What it is? How to Spot it? What Action to Take?

Downloadable Guide to Identify Victims of Cuckooing 

 

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