The police station in Biddulph is not manned, the nearest manned stations are at Market Street, Congleton, Brunswick Street, Macclesfield and Sutherland Road, Longton.
You’ve been asking for access to Police in Biddulph, and therefore we’ve partnered with Staffordshire Police to deliver ‘drop-in’ sessions at Biddulph Town Hall.
Staffordshire Police will be in the Foyer at Biddulph Town Hall, 2pm to 3.30pm on:
- Tuesday 14 June
- Tuesday 12 July
- Tuesday 9 August
- Tuesday 13 September
- Tuesday 11 October
- Tuesday 8 November
- Tuesday 13 December
The sessions are open to all to drop-in for a chat about crime prevention or any local concerns or worries you have.
If you’re unable to attend and wish to report a crime or incident such as a stolen item, property damage or antisocial behaviour phone 101, send a private message on Facebook or via Twitter or fill in and submit a form online via www.staffordshire.police.uk.
In the event of an emergency phone 999. Your call should be answered within 10 seconds. A trained member of staff will ask you what happened and where you are. They may ask if you need any other emergency services, such as an ambulance.
If you’ve been the victim of a fraud or suspect one is being attempted, report it to Action Fraud by phone 0300 123 2040 or online – www.actionfraud.police.uk. Action Fraud is the UK’s national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre. If you want to report a crime, but don’t want to identify yourself, you can contact Crimestoppers by phone 0800 555 111 (free from a landline) or via their website www.crimestoppers-uk.org. Crimestoppers are an independent charity – they’re NOT the Police.