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I would hope that the three Services mentioned above will provide all the information for this section.  I would also hope that it will include advice and help on security and safety.  And maybe the Red Cross and/or St. John Ambulance will also contribute with good advice and what they too can offer.  Neighbourhood Watch Schemes are also to be covered in these pages.

If you are a local member of one of the above services, maybe you can help gather the information. 
If so contact the Webmaster:  web at penkridge.org.uk

Non-Emergency Police Telephone No:  08453 30 20 10

Penkridge Police

The Penkridge Community Police Post is in Room 32 at the Haling Dene Centre, Cannock Road, Penkridge.         You will occasionally find it open.
 A clear sign is put out when the Post is open.

If you need to get in touch with the Police urgently, phone
08453 302010 which will connect you with Staffordshire Police at any hour of the day or night.

And, of course, in real emergencies, you should dial 999.


Join your local Neighbourhood Watch Scheme - Telephone Vicki Singleton on 235988.  

Don't forget to "Report Crime", "Mark Property", "Switch on car/house alarms", " Lock all Windows and Doors", "Lock that Shed", and "Lock valuables in your Car Boot".
 


Staffordshire Police Web Site
- Click here
for the latest news and to find out about local policing, crime appeals, crimestoppers "most wanted", reducing crime, publications, special constables, careers, the Police Authority, and many other matters.
 

British Transport Police
 
They are the National Police Force for the railways and respond to and investigate incidents of Trespass, Vandalism and Anti-Social Behaviour on both railway lines, trains and stations.   They are committed to making the railways a safe place for people to use. 

If anybody wishes to report any incidents that are happening at that time, or pass any information about any offences on the railway, then they can call their

Freephone number:  0800 40 50 40.   

The Officer In Charge of the British Transport Police covering this area is Sgt. Ray Calladine and he is based at the Railway Station, Railway Drive, Wolverhampton WV1 1LE.

There is a comprehensive Web Site at:  http://www.btp.police.uk/ 
 

STAFFORDSHIRE FIRE and RESCUE SERVICE -

for full details click here and it will take you to the Fire & Rescue Service Web Site which includes all the information you want about this most important Emergency Service which we all hope we will never need


Welcome to Penkridge Fire Station


STATUS

Retained
ADDRESS

Boscomoor Lane,
Penkridge
ST19 5LT

Population Opened - 1972
Area Command: South Staffs
10,000

In emergency
999
Telephone Administration Only
01785 712267
In emergency
999

Appliances

Interested in Retained Firefighting for this station
please click here

Approved Establisment
Sub O 1
Lff 2
Ff 8
Retained Establisment
Training Night - Monday 19:00-21:00

Training Day - Monday 09:00-11:00

 

 

Staffordshire Ambulance N.H.S. Trust maintains two distinct services, the 999 Accident and Emergency Service and the Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services.

The Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services are only accessed through your Health Centre, GP or the receiving Hospital Clinic.

The Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services will not be operating during holiday periods and advice on the availability of that service should be sought from either the receiving Hospital or your Health Centre.

The Emergency Ambulance Service (999) will always be available 24hrs a day, every day, including all holiday periods.

Dial 999 and the telecom operator will automatically pass on your telephone number to the Ambulance Emergency Control Centre. Below are the first questions that will be asked as soon as you are connected to the Staffordshire Ambulance Service Emergency Control Centre.  Click here for the Ambulance Web Site

Staffordshire Ambulance Service

1. What address do you want the ambulance to come to?
2. Can I confirm the telephone number you are calling from?
3. What exactly has happened?
4. Is the patient conscious?
5. Is the patient breathing?
6. How old is the patient?

If you have to phone the Ambulance Service, please answer these questions as clearly as possible. It will help the Ambulance Service no end.

 

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Penkridge
St. John Ambulance Service

Divisional Officer:

Mrs Jean James

01902 782562


Our Local Team relaxing

 

Red Cross, Penkridge - details and contacts shortly