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All news releases are issued by the Community Safety team. For general media enquiries and to have a news article placed in please telephone 01942 828111, e-mail [email protected] or fax 01942 828013.
  • Targetting vehicle crime in Wigan & Leigh (25/11/2008)

    Police in Wigan and partnership agencies are joining together for a force-wide day of action to bring down vehicle crime.

  • New police team makes reporting crime easier (25/11/2008)

    Police in Wigan have introduced a new system to make it more efficient to report non-emergency crimes and allow officers to provide a speedier response to more serious incidents.

  • Community Pride in Platt Bridge (30/10/2008)

    The Groundwork Trust is leading a clean up of the Woodcock estate in Platt Bridge on the 3rd October ahead of bonfire night.

  • A little extra thought helps save lives (30/10/2008)

    Shoppers at Tesco in Wigan will learn that a little extra thought can help save lives on the borough’s roads.

  • Turn the clocks back on time (30/10/2008)

    With the clocks going back last weekend, police in Wigan are urging residents to help beat burglars by taking simple steps to keep their homes secure.

  • Training exercise first for Wigan town centre (30/10/2008)

    Student police officers will be taking part in a training exercise in Wigan town centre on Monday 3 November to provide them with greater understanding of local community needs.

  • Warning - bogus callers about (22/10/2008)

    Residents in Bolton and Ashton have been warned to look out for a bogus United Utilities official claiming to be an engineer in order to gain entry to properties.

  • Additional officers to tackle community crime in Wigan (13/10/2008)

    Neighbourhood Policing in Wigan is being boosted by eight officers working to tackle local priorities.

  • Police appeal for people to claim stolen property (13/10/2008)

    Police in Leigh have recovered what is believed to be stolen property, and are hoping the rightful owners will come forward to claim it.

  • Chief Constable's Awards 2008 (08/09/2008)

    The Mayor of Salford, Councillor Margaret Morris, and the newly sworn in Chief Constable presented commendations for bravery along with long service and good conduct awards to police officers and staff from across Greater Manchester.

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