Poole Town & Oakdale
The Poole Town area consists of a highly populated town centre area with numerous commercial properties at its core. The Dolphin Shopping Centre is Poole's main retail area, and the largest indoor shopping centre in Dorset, the centre itself provides 110 stores and two large multi-storey car parks . A pedestrianised high street containing shops, bars, public houses and restaurants connects the Dolphin Centre with the historic Old Town area and Poole Quay, a renowned visitor attraction with an active and diverse night time economy.
Tourism is key component to Poole's economy. Poole Quay, Poole Pottery and the beaches are some of the main attractions for visitors. Tourist accommodation consists of hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfast rooms located around the town that cater for the often transient population throughout the summer.
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Jane Moore PS 1451
Paul Cleal PC 2066
Scott Kishere PCSO 8152
Chris Lee PC 2817
Rob Trott PCSO 6100
Kerrie Burns PCSO 5439
Dave Mearing PC 2676
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Neighbourhood policing improves the quality of life within Dorset communities. Working together with partner agencies and problem-solving with local people and groups, we will target the policing issues that matter most in your area.
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