Crime and disorder
Although the area of Huntingdonshire is generally a safe place to live, work and spend your leisure time, Huntingdonshire District Council is committed to working in partnership to reduce the levels of crime and disorder, and the fear of crime in the local area.
The Community Safety Team at Huntingdonshire District Council works in partnership with a wide range of other organisations including: Cambridgeshire Constabulary, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, Registered Providers (RPs), Cambridgeshire County Council and other agencies.
The terms ‘crime prevention’, ‘crime reduction’ and ‘community safety’ all have similar meanings and to avoid any confusion the term ‘community safety’ is used by this authority (the Community Safety Team does not handle any issues surrounding safety in the home or road safety; if you would like advice or information about road safety you can contact the Road Safety Team at Cambridgeshire County Council on 01223 717385).
You can contact the Community Safety Team on 01480 388388:
- Claudia Deeth - Community Safety Team Leader
- Mandi George - Anti-Social Behaviour Caseworker
- Yasmin Arshad - Community Administrative Officer
What to do if a crime happens or there is an incident of anti-social behaviour occurring
You should ring 999 if lives are in danger or if violence is occurring or a serious injury has occurred; or when a serious crime is taking place; or when a criminal is at the scene of a crime or nearby. Please remember that 999 is for EMERGENCY use ONLY.
To report all other crimes and incidents of anti-social behaviour and to give information to the police you should ring the non-emergency number 101 or you can go into a local police station.
If you want to give information about a crime anonymously you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
You can look at crime statistics for your local area on the website Police.uk by clicking on External Links on the right of this page