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The Shropshire policing area is split into five districts – Oswestry, North, South, Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury – and serves a population of 292,800. There are 43 Safer Neighbourhood Teams supported by response and specialist police officers, police staff and Special Constables. The area command is in Shrewsbury and is headed by Superintendent James Tozer.
In Shropshire we remain committed to promoting community safety, improving public confidence and satisfaction in policing services and protecting the public. We place great importance upon listening to the needs and concerns of our communities and seeking a clear understanding of what is important to them.
Over the next year and beyond, our aim is to work smarter, operate using streamlined processes and focus all of our efforts on serving and protecting the public of Shropshire in the best and most effective way that we can.
- Read Superintendent James Tozer's biography
- Read the Joint Policing Plan, which includes the local priorities for Shropshire
- Find crime statistics for Shropshire on CrimeMapper
- Read our service standards
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18/05/2013 - Policing Operation Under Way For EDL Protest In Shrewsbury 17/05/2013 - Man Cautioned Over Shrewsbury Muslim Prayer Centre Comments 17/05/2013 - Violent Crime Continues To Fall Across West Mercia 16/05/2013 - Social Media Users Urged To ‘Think Before You Post’ After Man Arrested Over Shrewsbury Prayer Centre Comments 15/05/2013 - Councillor Interviewed By Police 15/05/2013 - West Mercia Police Chief Officer Clarifies Force Position 14/05/2013 - Criminals In West Mercia Made To Pay Back More Than £1.75m 13/05/2013 - Two Arrested After Shrewsbury Town Centre Incident 10/05/2013 - Allotment Sheds Targeted By Burglars In Shrewsbury 10/05/2013 - Bikes And Parts Worth Over £18,000 Stolen In Wem Burglary