Wimborne & Colehill Neighbourhood Policing Team (formerly the ‘Safer Neighbourhood Team’) comprises PC Simon Fricker and PCSO Jess Allen. The role of the Team is to be a recognisable and accessible police presence in your area.
March 2015 – PCSO Natalie Shaw and PCSO Matt Brennan have left and started their PC training. PCSO Matt Johnson is now working in the Control Centre. We wish them well in their new careers.
May 2015 – Our new Community Support Officers are PCSO Jess Allen and PCSO Huw Evans. PCSO Phil King has moved on to Ferndown.
July 2015 – PCSO Roz Fricker joined the team.
July 2016 – PCSO Roz Fricker has left to train as a PC.
Jan 2017 – PCSO Scott Kishere has joined the team, PC Ian Curtis has moved to a training role.
Mar 2017 – PCSO Huw Evans has left to train as a PC.
May 2017 – PCSO Grace Butler has joined the team.
June 2017 – PC Matt Littlefair has joined the team.
March 2018 – PCSOs Grace Butler and Scott Kishere have moved to other roles in the Force.
June 2018 – PC Simon Fricker has joined the team and PCSO Julia Saunders is on loan from Boscombe.
You can contact the team by calling the police non-emergency enquiry number – 101 , or by email (new email address from Feb 2016) WimborneColehill-NPT@Dorset.PNN.Police.uk
Team pictures and more details on the Dorset Police website Wimborne & Colehill NPT page –
Wimborne & Colehill Neighbourhood Policing Team
Tel: 101 for non-emergency police contact. Only dial 999 if a life is in danger or a crime is in progress.
You can also email email@example.com instead for 101-type enquiries.
Contact your local NPT direct: WimborneColehill-NPT@Dorset.PNN.Police.uk
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View the Wimborne & Colehill NPT on the Dorset Police website.