Cambridgeshire Constabulary - Soham and South Neighbourhood
Cambridgeshire Constabulary Information
As the fastest growing county in England, Cambridgeshire is home to a rich diversity of history, culture and landscape. A predominantly rural county, Cambridgeshire includes the university city of Cambridge, the market towns of St Ives, Huntingdon and St Neots, the historic Fenland towns of Ramsey, Chatteris, Wisbech, Whittlesey, March, the historic cathedral city of Ely and the thriving city of Peterborough, a regional centre for commerce, industry, transport and leisure.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary is responsible for effective policing across the whole of Cambridgeshire, covering approximately 1,316 square miles of the East of England region. For policing purposes the county is divided into six districts, Peterborough, Huntingdonshire, Fenland, East Cambridgeshire, Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire, each headed by a district commander with their own dedicated policing teams who know the local area inside out. Specialist officers and staff provide services such as major investigations, roads policing and public protection.
Soham and South Neighbourhood
Looking after east Cambridgeshire, we are committed to making it a safer place to live, work and visit. For crime updates in your local area, sign up to eCops https://www.ecops.org.uk/.
Police Force Map - Cambridgeshire Constabulary
Neighbourhood Map - Soham and South
There's a wide range of information available on the Cambridgeshire Constabulary website, including crime maps showing levels of crime and anti-social behaviour in your area. You can also email us directly with general queries, to thank our staff and officers or to make a complaint.
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