In an emergency call 999, call 101 when it is less urgent than 999.
Never make a false call - you risk the lives of others and it is against the law. You can be traced immediately to the phone where the call came from.
This page provides information about Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) operated by Wrexham County Borough Council.
Frequently Asked Questions about Wrexham's CCTV.
Your local crime and policing website for England and Wales. This website provides you with helpful information about crime and policing in your area. Enter your postcode, town, village or street into the search box, and get instant access to street-level crime maps and data, as well as details of your local policing team and beat meetings.
Home Office Statistical Bulletin 06/11 presents crime statistics from the British Crime Survey and police recorded crime.
This website provides you with information on crime and antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood, wherever you live in England or Wales.
Wrexham Crimelink is a business crime reduction partnership. Over 120 local shops, pubs and other businesses work with North Wales Police, CCTV and Wrexham Council to exchange information about the presence and activities of suspected thieves, persons committing criminal or anti-social acts, and other relevant information. Primarily, this information is passed via a highly effective radio link. We welcome enquiries from new and established businesses in the area who are interested in the benefits of scheme membership
Wrexham Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a statutory organisation that brings together representatives of key agencies to work together to tackle and reduce local levels of crime and disorder.
Wrexham Neighbourhood Watch
Wrexham Neighbourhood Watch is the main point of contact for anyone wishing to register with Neighbourhood Watch from anywhere in Wrexham County Borough. Contact: Divisional Police Headquarters, Bodhyfryd, Wrexham. LL12 7BW Tel: 01978 348565 Fax: 01978 348566 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A list of useful contacts for those affected by crime.
Victim Support Wales helps Wales residents cope with the effects of crime. We do this by providing confidential support and information to victims of crime and to witnesses attending local courts.
Tel: 0845 612 900
Victim Support is the independent charity which helps people cope with the effects of crime. We provide free and confidential support and information to help you deal with your experience.
Tel: 0845 30 30 900
If you are receiving persistent nuisance calls, please contact our specialist advisors at the Malicious Calls Bureau on 0800 661 441 (24hrs, 7 days a week). However, if you are receiving abusive, threatening or obscene calls, malicious or otherwise distressing to you, then you should report them to the police.
The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free information and advice from over 3,200 locations, and by influencing policymakers.
Wrexham Citizens Advice Bureau
Tel: 01978 364639
Get free and confidential legal advice in England and Wales if you're eligible for legal aid.
We look after legal aid in England and Wales. We're also responsible for ensuring that people get the information, advice and legal help they need to deal with a wide range of everyday problems.
Tel: 020 7759 0000
Street Pastors is an inter-denominational church response to urban problems, engaging with people on the streets to care, listen and dialogue. Wrexham Street Pastors is the first initiative of its kind in Wales and has the support and backing of Mission Wrexham, Wrexham Cytun, Wrexham Police and Wrexham Council.
The Suzy Lamplugh Trust, a registered charity, is the leading authority on personal safety. Its role is to minimise the damage caused to individuals and to society by aggression in all its forms - physical, verbal and psychological.
Tel: 020 8876 0305
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