Kington Town is policed by the Kington and Weobley  Safer Neighbourhoods Team

 In an emergency, always call 999. If you see any suspicious activity, call the following numbers.

Kington Police - call 101 and ask for Kington Police Station.
Crime Stoppers - call Crime Stoppers anonymously on: 0800 555 111

Kington Town Council is pleased to work closely with the local policing presence.
Police Community Support Officers attend or provide a report to each full meeting of the Town Council. Kington is currently a low crime area. There is currently no Neighbourhood Watch Scheme operating in the town but it is an issue that the Town Council is considering.

The Town Council is very grateful to the Police for holding regular PACT surgeries in the town.

Extra news and views from the Blues 

Special Constables 
Have you got what it takes to be a Police Special? 
See HERE for further information 

Police Support Volunteers 
Are your skills receding through lack of use?
Would you like to make a difference to your local community?   There are lots of opportunities for volunteering for the Police, from assisting with events to updating websites..
See HERE for further information 

Police Cadets
Ever thought of becoming a Police Cadet? Cadets receive training in Leadership and Conflict Resolution as well as developing into positive role models.. 
See HERE for more information 

 

Police newsletters 2016 

Click on the titles below to open the documents. These newsletters now cover the districts of Kington and Weobley and are sent from the Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT). 


September 2016
August 2016
May 2016

February 2016

December  2015 
November 2015