Local Policing

EMERGENCY : DIAL 999 AND ASK FOR “POLICE”

Non-emergency enquiries & concerns: DIAL 101.Northamptonshire Police Logo

On line reporting via : Northants Police Website

Our PCSO’s  twitter posts here

About Policing In Woodford

Policing in Woodford Halse & the surrounding area is provided by Northamptonshire Police.Our area is known as “Daventry Rural”.

In addition, Woodford policing is supported by our PCSO, sponsored by the Parish Council and paid for as part of the Council Tax. Our PCSO works with the public, community groups, police officers, special constables and partners in other local authorities and voluntary groups, to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.

Local policing initiatives include:-

Ryefield Parkwatch Scheme

Local Crime

You can see details of local crimes on the map that is available here:- opens in a new windowDaventry Rural Crime Map

Woodford’s PCSO

Carl BartonOur PCSO is Carl Barton who was designated PCSO for Woodford Halse in March 2014. Carl has been a PCSO for 16 years. Prior to taking over here, he was based in Staverton and knows the Daventry area and Woodford too.

He provides a report each month and you can find them here.

Here is a summary of what our PCSO can do.

You can follow Daventry local policing on Twitter to keep up to date on local policing issues and read the Signpost’s selection of local police reports.

Carl’s contact details are:

PCSO 7005 Carl Barton
Daventry Rural Safer Community Team
Northamptonshire West Area
Northamptonshire Police

Telephone: 101 mobex 778004

Mobile: 07557778004

Address: Daventry Police Station New Street Daventry NN11 4BS

email: Carl.Barton@northants.pnn.police.uk

Useful Numbers

Emergency (crime in progress):999

Any other contact with Northamptonshire police: 101

Crime stoppers (remain anonymous): 0800 555 111

Cold Callers Doorstep Action Network (DAN): 0345 23 07 702

Environmental Warden (fly tipping & dog fouling etc.): 07917 271157

Police & Crime Commissioner

Northamptonshire has an elected Police & Crime Commissioner, Stephen Mold. His job is to lead policing and criminal justice in the county. You can find out more at the opens in a new windowNorthamptonshire PCC’s web site.