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The Southam Safer Neighbourhood Team covers Long Itchington Ward, Southam Ward, Stockton & Napton Ward, Fenny Compton Ward and Harbury Ward.

Southam Safer Neighbourhood Team

Main telephone number: 01926 684984

Team email address: click here to email the team

Main team location: Southam Police Station

Team leaders

Sergeant 1501 Richard Thomas

I joined West Midlands Police in 1997, and worked on the neighbourhood Policing team and the response teams within the Solihull areas. I also spent some time on a plain clothes vehicle team and trained in the use of covert surveillance. I transferred to Warwickshire Police in 2001 and worked on a uniformed response team based at Stratford. In 2003 I joined the SNT team at Stratford. In 2005 I was promoted and worked at Leamington spa in the role of custody Sergeant in the Custody Suite. In 2009 I came back to Stratford and worked as a reactive Police Sergeant. I have now taken the SNT sergeant role covering, Stratford, Wellesbourne and Southam areas. My teams are each covered by a beat manager, PCSO’s and Special Constables who address community issues. In my spare time I enjoy mountain walking which I have done in Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons.

Sergeant 1501 Richard Thomas

Team members

Mr 7668 Sam Slemensek

Sam joined Warwickshire Police in October 2013 as a Police Support Volunteer. When not working with the Southam SNT he is a student studying Psychology, Sociology and Law. Sam is a willing and enthusiastic addition to the Southam SNT.

Mr 7668 Sam Slemensek

Police Community Support Officer 6099 Katrina Taylor

PCSO Taylor has been a PCSO for Warwickshire Police since 2006, She very much enjoys community relations and the pratical side of working with the public. She has done various charity work supporting Multiple Sclerosis, Leukemia Research and the Katherine House Hospice.

Police Community Support Officer 6099 Katrina Taylor

Special Constable 3448 Danny Carter-Walford

Special Constable Danny Carter-Walford joined Warwickshire Police in 2011. Danny's ambition is to join the force as a full time Police Officer. Currently Danny is a trainee deputy manager at a local convenience store. Danny is working to gain more experience as a special and looks forward to getting out into the local community.


Police Constable 1638 Jamie Cramp

Jamie joined Warwickshire police in 2004 and has spent 10 years policing the communities as a reactive officer in and around Rugby. He is also trained as a public order officer, who's skills are utilised during events where public disorder is anticipated. He is a local to the area and is looking forward to getting to know and work with the people within Southam and the surrounding villages. In his spare time Jamie coaches an under 10's football team and tries to put on a brave face when his favourite football team (Manchester United) put in another poor performance!

Police Constable 1638 Jamie Cramp

Police Community Support Officer 6046 Amanda Preston

PCSO Amanda Preston has been a PCSO since 2004. Amanda is the newest member to the Southam Team after previously working in SNT's in Rugby and Leamington. She brings a wide wealth of knowledge to the team.

Police Community Support Officer 6046 Amanda Preston

Special Constable 3533 Rosie Lee

Police Special Rosie Lee joined Southam Safer Neighbourhood Team in May 2011, she previosuly worked in Kenilworth Safer Neighbourhood Team and has worked for Warwickshire Police for seven years. Rosie has a real passion working in the community and being involved. In addition to being a Special Rosie works in I.T for a hair and beauty company.

Special Constable 3533 Rosie Lee

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map of Southam Safer Neighbourhood team area Long Itchington Ward highlighted Harbury Ward highlighted Southam Town Ward highlighted Stockton and Napton Ward highlighted Fenny Compton Ward highlighted
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