Wrightington Parish

Wrightington Parish Council

Police and Communities Together

As part of Operation Pathway pay particular attention to parking and speeding issues in the area, as well as other driving offences.

PLEASE NOTE: “The Wrightington /Appley Bridge PACT meetings will no longer be held in their usual format. Despite extensive effort by the Neighbourhood Policing Team over the past few years to engage with local communities, it has been extremely difficult to secure regular attendance at the meetings. It has therefore been decided that your local Neighbourhood Policing Team will endeavour to attend the Wrightington Coffee mornings where operational commitments allow to engage with local residents. The coffee mornings are arranged by the Parish Council Clerk for Wrightington, the first one will be on the 1st April 2011.

Link to Lancashire Constabulary

Your local police need you

What do you want to happen in your area?

Your local team is all about finding local solutions to local issues and works closely with organisations to make this happen. It runs monthly meetings called Police and Communities Together (PACT) where you can talk about things that are happening in your area that you think need sorting out.

Rural Community Beat Manager

PC Mark Smithson

Use 999 for emergencies or 0845 125 35 45 for non-emergencies.

You can pop in and see the team or write to them at:
Skelmersdale Police Station
Southway, Skelmersdale

To enquire about a crime that I am already dealing with contact the Citizen Focus Bureau on 01772 415566 (8am-8pm)

PCSO 7572 Andy Holderness

07811 417515
[email protected]

Link to Greater Manchester Police

Police Contact Numbers

To contact the Shevington Neighbourhood Policing Team call 0161 856 7124 or email [email protected]

For updates on what the team has been doing in your area, or to find out about local officers, priorities and surgeries, please visit lancashire.police.uk/your-area/south-division.aspx

For non-emergency calls or to report crime call police on 0161 872 5050 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Use 999 only in emergencies where there is a threat to life or crime in progress.