Contacting the police
In a genuine emergency, always call 999.
Visit the Nottinghamshire Police website to read the definition of an ’emergency 999 call’.
For situations that are less urgent, you can call 101 at any time of the day or night. Find out more at the force’s 101 web page.
The Ruddington Beat Team
You can contact our Beat Team by calling 101 ext. 310 0775 or ringing their mobile numbers. Please don’t use these numbers to report crimes or emergencies – use 101 or 999 as outlined above.
- PCSO 7424 Anthony Davies. Mobile: 07702 141 572.
- PC 1930 Cai Kemish. Tel: 101 ext. 310 1930
Our Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant is Sgt 974 Chris Jury. You can contact him on 101 ext. 310 0775.
The Inspector for Rushcliffe is Inspector Robert Lawton (pictured).
Our Beat Team are based at:
West Bridgford Police Station
If you wish to visit the station, please call 0115 967 0999 to check the latest opening hours.
Other ways to contact the police
Visit the Nottinghamshire Police website for details of other ways to contact the police, including:
- Reporting a crime anonymously
- Contact options if you have a disability
- Providing feedback
- Information for victims
The national number for reporting crimes anonymously via Crimestoppers is 0800 555 111.
Help and advice
You can visit the Advice section of the Nottinghamshire Police website to find information about different types of crimes and how to report them. You’ll also find information on a range of other topics, from services provided by the police to an overview of the criminal justice process.
Neighbourhood alert system
This is a free service which acts as a web-based crime alert system. It gives you up-to-date information about crime and lets you report information confidentially to the police and Neighbourhood Watch.
The advanced technology provides safe and secure two-way communication and can help communities and organisations to work together to solve problems like anti-social behaviour. For more information, you can visit www.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk.
Careers and volunteering
If you’re interested in working or volunteering with our local police force, you’ll find all the information you need in the Careers section of the Nottinghamshire Police website.