From 3rd September 2018 the opening hours of police enquiry offices in Bath and Radstock will be changing, following a review of the service across Avon and Somerset. Alongside improvements in the police estate and the need to make significant savings, the changes are said to reflect the low footfall in some areas at certain times of the day.
Bath area commander, Chief Inspector Steve Kendall said: “Keeping our neighbourhood police officers in the heart of the community they serve is our priority and these plans will not make any changes to these officers. We know the role of the enquiry office is important in our communities and our main enquiry offices in Bath and Keynsham will continue to be open at the times when we receive the most visitors, supported by the enquiry office in Radstock.”
|Station||Current opening hours||Opening hours from
3 September 2018
|Bath||Monday to Sunday||Monday to Friday|
|Monday to Friday||Monday to Friday|
|Radstock||Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat||Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri|
You can find your nearest enquiry office by visiting the website http://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk or you can call the non emergency number 101.
Police can be contacted 24/7 online at http://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/contact or by phone – 999 if it is an emergency or a crime is happening now, 101 if a crime has happened in the past or if you have an enquiry. There is also a yellow phone positioned on police stations, where you can call the communications centre on 101 for free.