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All reports of crime should be made by using the 999 or 101 system to report the incident to the force control room.

Non emergency number: 101
Local Policing Team: 101 Ext 800 6570

Crime Figures For Apri 2020

Date Crime Location Village Details
Keyworth South - 3 Crimes
07/04/20 19:00 to 20:00 Arson Selby Lane Keyworth Fire damage to pallets and water butt
11/04/20 19:09 Public order Elm Lane Keyworth Verbal argument between 2 people, threats made
23/04/20 19:35 Assault ABH Manor Road Keyworth Victim was cycling on the highway and had beer thrown at them
Keyworth North - 0 Crime
Tollerton - 1 Crime
04/04/20 20:00 to 05/04/20 10:00 Auto crime Melton Road Tollerton 2 secure vehicles entered: items stolen from one
Nevile - 1 Crime
11/04/20 14:20 to 13/04/20 11:40 Criminal damage Melton Road Hickling Pastures Damage to conservatory window
Wolds - 4 Crimes
04/04/20 17:45 to 04/04/20 19:00 Theft West Thorpe Willoughby on the Wolds Theft of fence posts
16/04/20 Overnight Arson Laming Gap Lane Cotgrave / Stanton Bio-mass load set on fire
28/04/20 21:30 to 29/04/20 07:30 Vehicle crime London Lane Willoughby on the Wolds Theft of vehicle registration plates
20/04/20 00:00 to 26/04/20 10:00 Theft Laming Gap Lane Clipston on the Wolds Static wildlife cameras and bird feeder stolen from field

Normanton-on-the-Wolds is part of the Leake and Keyworth policing neighbourhood. Contact details and information about local crimes can be found on the Police.uk web site: https://www.police.uk/nottinghamshire/31-24/.

The Keyworth neighbourhood covers the following four wards:

  • North Keyworth
  • South Keyworth
  • Tollerton
  • Nevile covers Hickling, Kinoulton, Owthorpe, Upper Broughton
  • Wolds covers Normanton on the Wolds, Stanton on the Wolds, Clipston on the Wolds, Widmerpool, Willoughby on the Wolds, Plumtree, Thorpe on the Glebe

Changes have been made to the neighbourhood policing teams (NPT) within Nottinghamshire; the Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) are now the designated point of contact for any local enquiries, rather than the beat manager.

The PCSOs are now the lead officers with primary responsibility for, amongst other things, intelligence gathering, neighbourhood disputes, anti-social behaviour problem-solving, vulnerable victims and community engagement.

The PCSOs will be available for general advice on issues within the community and liaising with local residents, parish councils and neighbourhood watch teams etc.

Historical Crime Reports

Previous Crime Reports are available as pdf logo PDF files. To view them, click on the appropriate link below.

Further Resources


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