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August 2016 - Disabled Parking Awareness initiative in Ascot High Street 

April 2014 - Link to Speedwatch exercise in South Ascot ,Traffic calming in Sunninghill and Fixed Penalty Notices issued from
April 2013 to March 2014

25th March 2013 - Link to - Royal Borough's Community radio digital network extends to include Ascot

25 May 2012 - Link to - Pupils from Charters School team up with Ascot NAG to create a Road Safety Film

 Calling the Police is now easier.

If you wish to contact the police and your call is less urgent

you should dial 101

this is the police non-emergency number.

If your call is urgent you should dial 999

 

101 will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and will be easier to remember than the old 08458 505050 number for non-emergency calls. 

The police suggest the benefits of 101 will be;

101 will:

  • help communities to keep their neighbourhoods safe by giving them one easy way to contact their local police and to report non-emergency crime and disorder

  • make the police more accessible to their communities, while reducing pressure on the 999 system and helping the police to allocate their resources where they are needed most

  • assist the police to cut crime by making it easier for the public to pass on information about crimes in their neighbourhoods - allowing the police to take swift action

  • enable local partners to join up with the police to provide communities with even easier access to a wider range of local services