Neighbourhood Policing Team
Members of the local Police team attend the monthly Parish Council meetings as and when available, to give residents an opportunity to submit questions or comments about local policing. The team are also available within the Police Point in the Community Centre on various days throughout each month - these days are advertised on the Police notice-board inside the Community Centre entrance. Alternatively, you may view the attachments below or call the Parish Council and we will advise you of these dates.
PSCO Charlie Symes
PCSO Charlie Symes is designated the named PCSO for Bourton on the Water. Residents can contact PCSO Symes and other members of the local team through this web-site link using the 'Contact us' tab, or by calling 101 or 01452 907200.
In an emergency, regardless of the time of day, you must dial 999 and ask for the emergency service you require: Police, Fire or Ambulance.
For all other non-emergency calls to the Police and general enquiries, please dial 101 (calls will be charged at local rate from a landline). Further help and advice can be found from our web site: www.gloucestershire.police.uk
By clicking here you can sign up for Your Community Alerts scheme which aims to help prevent and detect crime and antisocial behaviour in communities by sending relevant information directly to you.
Reporting a crime
If you've witnessed or been the victim of crime, please report it online using this link:
It doesn’t matter what heading is used online reporting as our control room will decide what it is i.e. ASB, Traffic Offences, Crime, etc.
Police are here to protect everyone and they rely on the public to be their eyes and ears. They are not always at their desks so this is the way everyone must contact police.
Residents are asked to be aware that Police may be called away to attend priority events and incidents, and if this is the case residents are asked for their understanding. However, you may leave your contact details with Council officers who will forward these to the team so they may contact you subsequently. It's hoped that residents will make use of the regular availability of officers to come in and discuss issues relating to local policing. You know what they say - use it or lose it!