Wyke Regis

Find your neighbourhood

Hi and welcome to the Wyke Regis Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT). We conduct regular patrols on foot, cycles and in vehicles so we are accessible to the people that live, work and visit the area.

Through our engagements we are a victim focused team and work closely with partner agencies to help resolve the policing priorities of the local community.

We conduct a variety of different engagement methods, including face-to-face meetings, social media interaction (Facebook & Twitter), online live chats and individual contact when required. Please do contact us with any issues or concerns that you have in the area and we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.

We attend as many local events as we can to meet different people and provide updates on what the team have been focusing on and what issues are emerging, providing relevant crime prevention advice and reassurance. If you see us out on patrol, please stop and have a chat or ask any questions that you may have.

 

Local priorities

Current priorities (last reviewed April 2017):

  1. The general community in Weymouth are receiving a substantial amount of scam calls. The intention is to obtain bank details and pin numbers. The scams are varied but the main theme is to panic the person into believing their bank account has been compromised, the caller then assumes the role of “helper” in order to gain the bank details.
  2. Deter anti-social behaviour in and around the derelict Qinetic site at Newton's Cove

 

Resolved priorities and actions taken:       

  1. At local level, we are educating and informing residents where and when we have any engagements. We have visited various groups that meet on our areas to make as many people as possible aware. The message is getting out but we do ask for residents to check on their more vulnerable elderly friends and family.

 


Get involved

Speak with the team at one of the following local events.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Complaints about vehicle obstruction and parking should be referred to Dorset County Council

The Weymouth and Portland dog warden is responsible for handling and kennelling stray dogs, promoting responsible ownership and enforcing bye-laws.  Dog fouling and stray/lost dogs can be reported to Weymouth and Portland Borough Council

Advice on dealing with noisy neighbours and noise complaints are the responsibility of the local authority

Latest jobs

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Your inspector

Inspector Tony Burden
Inspector Tony Burden

Your local station

Weymouth Police Station Radipole Lane Chickerell Weymouth DT4 9WW

Telephone: 101 for non-emergency calls. In an emergency please call 999.

If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available or take a message.

Front counter opening hours
Monday to Friday 8am-5:30pm Saturday 9am-1pm & 2pm-4:30pm Sunday – Closed

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Wyke Regis

Neighbourhood Policing Team

PCSO Kelly Heath
PCSO Kelly Heath
PS Jane Moore
PS Jane Moore
PCSO Steph Kitton
PCSO Steph Kitton
What we do

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.

Get in touch with us today to raise any issues you have and to find out what priorities we are currently working on. This is your chance to influence the service that the police, and our partners, provide.

You can contact us via the Dorset Police website or social media, where we also promote upcoming meetings and events. We are based at: Weymouth Police Station Radipole Lane Chickerell Weymouth DT4 9WW.

In an emergency

The Neighbourhood Policing Team works with colleagues across Dorset Police, but does not respond to emergency calls. If a crime is in progress or life is in danger, always dial 999 immediately, so we can help you as quickly as possible.

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