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Coronavirus (COVID-19): the policing response and what you need to know

Bridgwater Town West

COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, beat surgeries and other community events have been postponed. Your neighbourhood policing team are still patrolling so you can raise any concerns directly with them. You can also contact the team using the form below, on Twitter or on Facebook.

Our policing approach to COVID-19 is to engage, explain and encourage our communities to do the right thing. If you are outdoors, we may ask you why. This is to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

For updates on policing services and keeping yourself safe, visit our dedicated COVID-19 page. Thank you to everyone who is working with us to protect our communities.

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Team members

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Ashley Catlow

Neighbourhood Sergeant

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Amy Burton

Beat Manager

Portrait of Mark  Smith

Mark Smith

Beat Manager

Portrait of Patrick Smith

Patrick Smith

Beat Manager

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James Brunt

PCSO Supervisor

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Helen Riddell

PCSO Supervisor

Portrait of Andrew  Hart

Andrew Hart

PCSO

Schools officer for:
St Johns, St Francis Church School

Portrait of Becky Smith

Becky Smith

PCSO

Beat Crime Statistics

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Do not use this contact form to report a crime. You can report a crime online or call 101 (for non-emergencies) or 999 (for emergencies).

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