Useful Local Information

Thomas Cranmer Centre

Your local centre for meetings, weddings and any other occasions. Check the centres website for the most up to date information.



Examples of ​Use: Threat to life, crime in progress, suspicious person


For anything non urgent, ie not happening now

CRIME STOPPERS 0800 555 111

For reporting crime anonymously

Other useful telephone numbers, not a police matter:

TRADING STANDARDS 03454 040506 - report dodgy traders, scams, find approved trader

RUSHCLIFFE BOROUGH COUNCIL 0115 981 9911 (0115 981 1143 outside office hours and weekend) - report fly tipping, stray dogs, fouling

NOTTS COUNTY COUNCIL 0300 500 8080 - report footpath problems, street lighting

Neighbourhood Watch – “999” or “101”? (a reminder)

The following guidelines will help to ensure we contact the police in the most efficient way

Emergency Calls – 999

Should only be used where police attendance is required immediately such as when a crime is in progress or someone is at risk of attack

Local Police – 101

This number should be used for all other enquires including reporting crimes which have already happened (e.g. stolen car / property damage), where there is no sign of an offender. Also, for general police information and advice

Meeting a police officer

If you wish to meet with a police officer you can call “101” and make an appointment at your local police station. Appointments are prioritised depending on the nature of the request.  An appointment is necessary because stations are not always manned. Our local station is in the Rushcliffe Community Contact Centre at West Bridgford (Rectory Road, NG2 6BN)

Home visits are available if you're vulnerable and can't get to a police station.

The Scheduled Appointments Service frees up police officers' time, enabling them to resolve more incidents more quickly than they could if they travelled to see everyone who is a victim of crime.

Crimestoppers – 0800 555 111

If you wish to report a crime anonymously use this number

It’s very important to report crimes as otherwise rural communities may not be given the required level of resourcing they deserve.