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Crime for WA1 3PU
Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.
To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Howley and Fairfield
Howley and Fairfield
Opening times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8am - 8pm
Thursday, 8am - 10pm
Friday, Saturday, 8am - 8pm
Sunday, 8am - 6pm
- Telephone: 0845 458 6379
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Howley and Fairfield neighbourhood policing team
- Sergeant Helen Percival
- I have been in the police 9 years. Spending the first two years on section. I have then spent the next 4 years on proactive and reactive CID. I have been a Sergeant on the NPT for the last 3 years
- PC Mark Hall
- I joined Cheshire Police 27 years ago and have been part of the neighbourhood police team for the last 8 years, working Bewsey and Whitecross, then Longford, and since January 2012, I have taken over as Beat Manager for the Howley and Fairfield areas.
- PCSO Rob Gallagher
- I joined Cheshire Constabulary in 2007. I cover the beat area of Howley and Fairfield. I enjoy the diverse nature of working within the local community. I engage with the local schools, youth and outreach groups, residents/council associations and local businesses.
- PCSO Janet Price
- I have been employed by Cheshire Constabulary for 4 years where I work and patrol the Howley/Fairfield area, prior to this I worked in retail.
- PCSO Annette Lowe
- I have been a PCSO since 2006 and before that I was in retail for 30 years. I enjoy being a PCSO as you get to meet different people and everyday is different. In my spare time I enjoy walking, reading and gardening.
About this neighbourhood
This neighbourhood encompasses the area just to the East of Warrington Town centre and contains the distinctive St Elphins Church as well as the large Sainsbury's nearby. The area is a good mix of both residential properties and retail areas and also contains Warrington's largest cemetery, as well as the Territorial Army Barracks.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Cheshire Constabulary.