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Wisbech Town Council

Serving the people of Wisbech

Wisbech Town Council Chamber, 1 North Brink

Town Clerk: Terry Jordan
1 North Brink, Wisbech
Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR



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Latest News

Community Survey Highlight any issues that affect you or the local area.

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:21 by Susanah Farmer

The Community Safety Partnership (CSP) has designed a survey that allows the community to highlight any issues that affect them or their local area. Information from these will be used to inform the priorities and the work of the CSP. The overall objective of the CSP is to work in partnership to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and the fear of crime and anti-social behaviour.


Council Tax 2018-2019

Council Tax 2018-2019

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 14:46 by Susanah Farmer

More details on FDC website


Neighbourhood Policing message from Inspector Lombardo

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 15:55 by Susanah Farmer

I would like to introduce myself as the new inspector in charge of the Neighbourhood policing of Fenland.

Over the coming weeks I will be sending out invites for council members to attend March Police station. This will not only be so that I can meet them in person but so that I can explain the changes in context and how it will benefit the residents of Fenland.

I have been made aware of rumours circulating in the press about the complete removal of neighbourhood policing from
Fenland. This is categorically not true and I will give a basic overview below. More »

Fenland will not be losing their local policing team. However, there will be some changes to the way Neighbourhood Policing is managed across the force.

The Constabulary has recently undertaken a review of how local policing is delivered across Cambridgeshire. This includes moving from six command areas to two:

  1. Peterborough City and Fenland
  2. Souths Cambs, East Cambs, Hunts, Cambridge City

The result is a leaner management structure, a reduction in the number of senior officer posts and an increase of warranted officers in increase front line strength. With the agreed increase in precept as approved by Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite, there will be a further increase in police officer numbers, with a combined total increase of in excess of 80 additional officers. A significant number of these will be committed to delivering neighbourhood policing, including in Fenland.

March police station and Wisbech police station will remain as operating bases and still operate as enquiry offices.

Each area will have a Neighbourhood Policing Team to provide local policing. In addition to the neighbourhood policing teams there will also be Community Action Teams. These teams will be deployed to areas of greatest need to address particular issues.

Roads and Policing will continue to operate across the region, including Fenland.

Inspector 1797 Lombardo, Fenland Inspector, Post Incident Manager, Cambridgeshire Constabulary » Less