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Now’s your chance to speak out about crime in the countryside
People who live and work in a rural area are being urged by Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping to fill in a national survey about crime and policing in the countryside.
The survey was launched on Wednesday, 20 May by the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN) on its website and is the largest ever into crime and anti-social behaviour in rural areas. Commissioner Tipping pointed out: “The aim is to make sure our rural communities are getting the service they need, and this is the rural public’s chance to have their say.”
Focused on crime and policing in rural areas generally as well as farm-related crime, the survey will be open until Wednesday, 24 June. 

All parts of the Parish of Sutton Bonington come under the Rushcliffe South Area and are covered by the East Leake beat team.
Their office is now located at: 
Parkside Works (behind Heat Restaurant next to Strafford Interiors)
Gotham Road, East Leake, LE12 6JG
Telephone is 101 and then extension 8006570
Opening hours 10am-12pm on Saturday.
(Officers will be in at other times so just knock on the door)
The beat team is:
PC1530 Kelly Warwick - Mobile 07725925330
email Kelly.warwick@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk
PCSO 9834 Dave Wesson - Mobile 07595 074052
email David.wesson@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk
PCSO 8309 Kathy Lucock - Mobile 07595 074225  
email Kathryn.lucock@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

For non-emergency police you should telephone 101
For emergency contact with Police, Fire and Medical assistance you should telephone 999
Because the Parish lies around the flight paths of East Midlands Airport, the East Midlands Airport Police Aviation Team (PAT) ask for residents to remain vigilant to threat of terrorism, and say this: 

"Have you seen any suspicious activity around your neighbourhood related to possible terrorist activity?
Are there new faces who are not part of our community watching aircraft landing and take off areas?
Is there someone that you would consider unusual watching movements of people or vehicles?
ANTI-TERRORIST HOTLINE - 0800 789321 or alert a police officer.

For more local advice call East Midlands Airport Police Aviation Team (PAT) Community Engagement Office. 
Tel: 0116 222 2222 ext 5875 Mobile: 07796 336919 
or use email: PAT@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk