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Ulverston, Coniston, Low Furness and High Furness

A local policing neighbourhood in Cumbria Constabulary

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Contact Details
Neighbourhood Priorities

Groups of youths causing ASB gathering in Town Centre

Issue Date Tuesday 14th February 2023

We are working hard to deal with those responsible for the issues concerned - anyone with any information regarding crimes in this area is asked to contact police on 101 or to email [email protected]
If there is a crime in progress or in an emergency call 999
Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111
There have been several arrests for ASB in these areas
This is an area that we continue to monitor.

Action Date Tuesday 14th February 2023


Neighbourhood Events

Police Desk
Tuesday 16th July 2024
from 10:00AM to 11:00AM
?Broughton In Furness

Pop-In Police Desk.
An opportunity for residents to call in and speak to Police about any issues they have, or just a friendly chat. There will be leaflets and useful contacts to take away, and everyone is encouraged to attend and meet local Police Community Support Officers.

Police Desk
Friday 19th July 2024
from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
Askam Library Lord Street Askam-In-Furness

Pop-In Police Desk.
An opportunity for residents to call in and speak to Police about any issues they have, or just a friendly chat. There will be leaflets and useful contacts to take away, and everyone is encouraged to attend and meet local Police Community Support Officers.

Police Desk
Wednesday 24th July 2024
from 10:00AM to 11:00AM
The Reading Rooms Park Road Swarthmoor

Pop-In Police Desk.
An opportunity for residents to call in and speak to Police about any issues they have, or just a friendly chat. There will be leaflets and useful contacts to take away, and everyone is encouraged to attend and meet local Police Community Support Officers.

Neighbourhood Map

Markers show crime recording locations. Click/tap on a marker to see crimes allocated to that location.