Neighbourhood Policing                                                                  back to Residents' Information

Your local Police station is situated on the A329 London Road Ascot, opposite the Racecourse.

You can contact the police station by telephoning the non emergency  telephone number 101 and then ask to be put through to Ascot. You can also e-mail the Ascot team by using the link below.

 Meet the team                        


Inspector Emily Roberts has overall command for the Windsor and Ascot        police area.

Sergeant Martin Littlewood is responsible for the Neighbourhood team and the day to day running of the Ascot police area.  He took over this role on 1st July 2013 following the retirement on Sergeant Colin Pike

PC Martyn Withers
. Martyn has 22 years service.  He has worked all over the Windsor police area and this is his second tour at Ascot.

PC Peter Bullett. Peter has 11 years service.  He was previously a shift officer at Windsor before joining the team at Ascot. 

PCSO Melita Diprose. Melita joined Thames Valley Police in 2002.  Prior to becoming a PCSO she was the local Traffic Warden.

PCSO Andrew Sin

Community Warden Ben Page.  Although employed by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Ben works as part of our team.   He works very closely with Melita and spends much time with the younger people of our neighbourhood.  

Besides carrying out their normal police duties in prevention and detection of crime, the Neighbourhood Policing Team work very closely with the Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) and attend the local NAG meetings.  They work together to try and resolve the top three priorities identified by the local community each year and any other issues that the NAG feel they may be able to assist with.

An example of this was the identified issue of Anti-Social Behaviour caused to residents by the noise of mopeds being driven on the footpath and through the barrier at the junction with Sutherland Chase and Prince Andrew Way, Ascot.  The N
AG was able to secure funding through RBWM to have the barrier re designed and a new barrier built.  No reports have been received of Anti Social Behaviour in this area since the new barrier was erected.