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Cold callers active in Retford
We have had reports of males in the Retford area, going door to door canvassing for work.
Trading Standards never recommend employing a trader based on a cold call.
If you are considering having work carried out on your property or garden make sure that you get three quotes from reputable traders.
To find local traders who have been audited and approved by
Nottinghamshire County Council Trading Standards please visit www.checkatrade.com
Nottinghamshire Police are seeking to recruit more Special Constables. Interested? Then go to our Volunteering page to learn more.
If you want to influence policing in your area visit http://www.neighbourhoodprioritysurvey.co.uk/ and for regular updates follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/nottspolice or Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/nottspolice
Advice on using National Phone number 101 when contacting police with non-urgent enquiries (5 July 2012). Alternatively, visit http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/
Your Safer Neighbourhood Team Manager is PC Jason Fellows and Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) is Dave Airey. Contact details are given below:
PC Jason Fellows: 07525 226 893 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PCSO Dave Airey: 07525 226 838 or email@example.com
Do remember that if a crime is being committed or life is in danger, ALWAYS dial 999.
To contact your local Police regarding a non-emergency issue, phone 101.
Note that you may then be asked to choose the force you want to talk to by entering 1 or 2
to select Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire.
If you want to report criminal or suspicious behaviour, but remain anonymous, contact Crimestoppers.