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Wolverhampton Police (West Midlands Police)

Wolverhampton Police is made up of 23 Neighbourhood Zone’s which are covered by 9 Neighbourhood Policing Teams.

Neighbourhood Policing Teams are made up of one Sergeant and a number of Police Officers and PCSO’s.

Sergeant Gavin Plumridge

  • Bushbury North
  • Bushbury South & Low Hill
  • Fallings Park
  • Oxley

Sergeant Martin Danher

  • Wednesfield North
  • Wednesfield South

Sergeant Mitch Harvey

  • East Park
  • Heath Town

Sergeant Glen Moseley

  • Bilston North 
  • Bilston East

Sergeant Jon Yeomans

  • Blakenhall
  • Ettingshall
  • Springvale

Sergeant Simon Bott

  • Park
  • St.Peter's
  • Graiseley

Sergeant Ron Price

  • Tettenhall Wightwick
  • Tettenhall Regis
  • Penn
  • Merry Hill

Sergeants Gary Passmore, Andrew Bradley, Paul Frear & Cath Loosemore

  • Wolverhampton City Centre 

You can find out who your Neighbourhood Team are by going on our website http://www.west-midlands.police.uk/your-local-police/wolverhampton/index.aspx

Here you will find how you can contact the team via phone or email and also see the latest news!

Every department within Wolverhampton Police has a Twitter account. Add them to find out what they are doing on a daily basis!

  • @BilstonEastWMP
  • @wvcitypolice
  • @WednesfieldWMP
  • @WVSouthPolice
  • @HTown_EParkWMP
  • @StaveleyPolice
  • @bushburyoxley
  • @Penntettenhall
  • @WolvesOM
  • @30159_Smith
  • @WolvesUniCop
  • @DIRushtonWMP
  • @PTStaveley
  • @SgtSidJames
  • @fraser9529WMP
  • @wvpartnerships
  • @WolvesCID
  • @wv_capt
  • @WVspecials
  • @wolvesresponse

When to call us!

Call us on 101 in a non-emergency:

A non-emergency call could be to report theft of a vehicle, damage to property, suspected drug use or dealing, minor traffic accidents, to give us information about crime or speak to us about a general enquiry.

Use 999 in an emergency:

When a crime is in progress, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, there is danger to life or violence is being used or threatened.

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
West Midlands Police
Telephone
In a non-emergency dial: 101
999 for Emergencies
E-mail
contactus@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
Website
West Midlands Police

Where to go

Name
Wolverhampton Central Police Station
Address
Bilston Street
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
Postcode
WV1 3AA
Notes

The front office is open from 8.00am - 10.00pm

Please call Police on 101 in a non emergency or 999 in an emergency!

Time / Date Details

When is it on
24/7 service
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
All
Referral required
No

Record Last Updated on: 28/03/2018

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