Chorltonville experiences no more crime than any other area in South Manchester and a lot less than many. Needless to say when it happens it is very upsetting for those concerned. The best way to protect yourself and your property is to belong to a Home Watch scheme and take and act upon the advice given by the police and the Home Watch coordinator.
There are already nine schemes in Chorltonville but there are still a large number of houses not covered. The present schemes cover: two parts of Claude Road, The Meade, Brookburn Road, South Meade, Southgate, Meadow Bank and two sections of South Drive. If you don’t belong to a scheme and would like to start one or join one you can get information from Shirley Quinn, chair of the Home Watch Network, at firstname.lastname@example.org, the local PCSO Emily Kenyon at email@example.com and Helen Hughes at Elizabeth Slinger Road Police Station at firstname.lastname@example.org. One of Helen's jobs is keeping in touch with the Home Watch coordinators.
If you need to contact the police:
- 999 for a crime that is actually happening now;
- 101 to report a crime that is no longer an emergency.
If you have suspicions or information either ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or contact our local neighbourhood PC Jonathon Wilkinson at email@example.com