Street-level crime in Shipston-on-stour - Cotswold Journal

Crime for Shipston-on-stour

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Warwickshire Direct: Shipston Library & One Stop Shop
Warwickshire Direct: Shipston Library & One Stop Shop
Warwickshire Direct Shipston, 12 Church Street, Shipston-on-Stour, CV36 4AP
CV36 4AP

  • Telephone: 101 (In an emergency always call 999)
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Shipston neighbourhood policing team

Inspector Allison Wiggin

Inspector Wiggin is responsible for the Stratford District, North Warwickshire and the Rural Crime Team. In the past, Insp Wiggin has worked in the Leamington Safer Neighbourhood Team and a reactive policing role. Insp Wiggin has vast amount of experience working in neighbourhood policing and is committed to making the district's a safe place to live, work and visit.

Police Community Support Officer Emma Turner

Emma is currently working at Shipston SNT, and has been working in Shipston since October 2013. She enjoys the challenges and initiatives that working on a rural area has to offer. Since at Shipston, she has worked with Trading Standards to prevent and inform residents of scams. She has also enjoyed organising workshops at Shipston Youth Club talking about current issues such as cyber crime and alcohol that many young people encounter. Emma has five years of town PCSO experience working in Warwick and previous careers have included Secondary Technology Teacher. She hopes to make a difference with community involvement and getting to know the community in order to prevent anti-social behaviour and crime.

Police Community Support Officer Fin MOORE

I joined Warwickshire Police in October 2018. I initially covered the Alcester South area before joining Shipston-On-Stour Safer Neighbourhood Team. Previously, I worked in the fitness industry as a personal trainer for four years; however I wanted a new challenging career and joined Warwickshire Police as a Community Support Officer. I'm looking forward to meeting and engaging with members of the community and helping to create a safer neighbourhood. I have aspirations of becoming a Police Constable.

Police Constable Sid Hammond

Sid joined Warwickshire Police in 2001 and began his service at Stratford as a Response Officer, from here Sid moved to the Stratford SNT team then onto Leamington as a Response Officer. Sid has now joined the Wellesbourne SNT and is looking forward to working closely with the community.


Sergeant Angus Eagles
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Warwickshire Police to request that they add this information.

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