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Hungerford Police Station


  • 31 Park Street
  • Hungerford
  • Berkshire
  • RG17 0EA


About us

If you are reporting a non-emergency crime, or would like to give information to Thames Valley Police, please call: 101 this is the new number to call

IMPORTANT: In an emergency, always dial 999 or 112 from a mobile phone.If you have information that might be useful to the police but don’t want to contact the police or leave your name please call the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111

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Inspector Warren McKeown Sgt. Paul Morgan PC Rich Hughes PC James Parfitt PC Paul Cole PCSO Joanna King (Kintbury) PCSO Zoe Gibson (Lambourn) PCSO Kelsey Johnstone (Hungerford)

Hungerford Police Station facilities

Loop system Parking Wheelchair access Disabled parking Communication Boards

Tier 2 – Neighbourhood stations

These police stations are covered by station duty officers (SDOs). As well as all Tier 1 services, the SDOs offer the following:

  • Road traffic collision reporting.
  • Crime recording (either in person or via telephone to the Police Enquiry Centre).
  • Processing of documents after a vehicle seizure.
  • Change of details for immigration and nationality purposes.
  • Receipt of property connected with a crime.
  • Bail signing.
  • Stranded people.
  • Complaints.
  • Guidance on subject access request procedures.



Updates for April 2016

Written on 12/05/2016, 12:36 by hungerford

The Hungerford and Lambourn District Neighbourhood Team covers the areas of Hungerford, Lambourn and Kintbury.

Over the last month the team have been carrying out speed enforcements across the area. We have been in Kintbury, Hamstead Marshall, Shefford and East Garston.

Over the next month most of our villages have their annual parish meetings. We are hoping to have someone from the team attending each meeting for any questions and to provide an update.

Rural Crime

Since the last update there has been a significant drop in rural crime offences in the area. There are three incidents of note:

Overnight on the 2nd March -An outbuilding at a farm in Inkpen was broken into and tools taken.

Overnight on the 17th March a large amount of Diesel was siphoned from Lorries in Lambourn. Enquiries are still on-going and anyone with information should contact us.

Overnight on the 24th March a garage was broken into belonging to a property on the Baydon Road Wickham. The alarm was activated and the offenders have made off in a vehicle.

Other Crime

During the weekend of the 14th March there were several vehicles targeted in Kintbury that were parked near the station/Dundas Arms. In all instances the vehicles were entered and the ignition barrel tampered with in what was believed to be an attempt to steal the vehicles. Over the same weekend a vehicle which had been left on the A4 overnight near to the Hamstead Marshall crossroads was stolen. This vehicle was later found near to Brimpton.

Overnight the 17th-18th March four vans were entered in the Hungerford area and power tools were taken. The vans were parked in Park Way, Atherton Road and Priory Avenue. If anyone has any information regarding these incidents please contact 101 and ask to speak with someone from the Hungerford team.

Local CID at Newbury are currently investigating an attempted burglary dwelling to a property in Newbury Street Lambourn. The burglary has occurred between 27/03/16 and 28/03/16 - 22.00-08.00. A sash window to the rear of the address has been damaged. No entry is believed to have been gained and nothing believed to be stolen. Any Information please contacts DC 6705 Parsons at Newbury CID.

Contact us

If you want any advice or would like to contact the neighbourhood team you can call us on the police non emergency number 101 but if your call is an emergency then dial 999. You can also contact us via email: This e-mail address should not be used to contact Thames Valley Police to report crimes or for any urgent matters. If you have information about crime or Anti Social Behaviour in your area but you do not want to speak to the police, please call the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555111. To view information on your neighbourhood team you can visit the force website at:

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Neighbourhood updates

Fraudsters target elderly and...

Written on 12/05/2016, 12:38 by hungerford

29 April 2016, 11:17 am


Thames Valley Police is calling on friends and family of elderly residents in the West Berkshire area to help protect them from courier fraud following a recent series of incidents where victims were tricked into handing over thousands of pounds to fraudsters.

On 26 April, a 93-year-old woman received a call on her landline from a man stating he was a Metropolitan police officer called Detective Inspector Hart investigating a fraud. He convinced her to attend her local bank and withdraw £8,000. When she returned home with the money a man visited her address and took receipt of the money.
On 27 April a call was made to a Newbury resident from a man claiming to be from the ‘Newbury Fraud Squad’ enquiring about two Rolex watches and an associated fraud. The person who received the call became suspicious and despite being reconnected to a female who stated she was in charge of the ‘Fraud Squad’ the recipient of the call did not pass any or personal or bank details.
On 28 April an 89-year-old woman received a call on her landline from a man calling himself DC Tim Parish from the ‘Visa fraud department’ informing the victim that there had been fraudulent activity on her account. The caller said not to tell family members as it was a secret police operation. The caller told the victim to call 999 without putting the phone down and the victim spoke to a woman who confirmed that DC Parish was a Fraud Squad officer. The victim was then persuaded to transfer £15,000 from her account.
Prompt cards have been created, which can be pinned next to the front door and put next to the phone, to explain to vulnerable and elderly people how to recognise courier fraud, and to stop them from becoming a victim.

Families are also being urged to take ten minutes to talk about courier fraud with loved ones.

Det Insp Mark Carolan, of Newbury local CID, said: “Fraudsters take advantage of their victim’s trust to gain access to their life savings.

“We have created these prompt cards to help vulnerable and elderly people recognise courier fraud and to help stop them from becoming a victim.

“We’re asking family and friends to print out these prompt cards, take them around to elderly friends, family and neighbours, and to take ten minutes to talk through these top tips.

“I want to reiterate that no senior police officer nor anyone from a bank would ever send a courier to anybody’s home address to collect money.”

The advice is as follows:

Never deal with cold callers on the phone or in person, no matter how polite or friendly they are. Saying ‘No thank you’ and shutting the door or hanging up the phone is not rude.
Your bank, the police or anyone legitimate will never send a courier to your home to collect your money, your bank cards, and they will never ask for your pin number. Close the door, lock it, and call 101 to speak to the police.
Keep a mobile phone next to the landline, and if you want to make a phone call immediately after hanging up the landline, always use the other phone.
If you do hand over your bank details or cards, don’t panic. Call your bank immediately using another phone, such as a mobile phone, explain what’s happened and cancel your cards.
Legitimate callers will never try to rush you, scare you, or force you into anything. If you feel scared or pressured at any point, hang up or shut the door and tell someone what’s happened.
There are many variations of the courier scam, but it usually follows this method:

A fraudster will cold call the victim on a landline. Fraudsters may claim to be from the victim’s bank, the police, a fraud investigator, and even television personality and including claims to be Money Saving Expert founder Martin Lewis OBE.
The fraudster states their systems have spotted a fraudulent payment in the victim’s account, or that they need the victim’s help in investigating fraudulent activity at their bank.
In order to reassure the victim that they are genuine, they suggest that the victim hangs up and rings the bank/police back straight away. However, they don’t disconnect the call from the landline so that when the real phone number is dialled, they are actually still speaking to the fraudster.
Finally, the fraudsters will send a courier to collect cash from the victim’s home address, or to take the victim to their bank to withdraw the money. The fraudster will have then obtained the victim’s name, address, full bank details, card and PIN.
The prompt cards to tackle courier fraud are available in the Crime Prevention section of the Thames Valley Police website.

If you receive this type of call, report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040. In an emergency dial 999.

Anyone with information can contact Det Insp Mark Carolan via the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101.

If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.



Have your say meeting

Have Your Say Meeting - Monday, 10...

Written on 29/07/2015, 09:15 by hungerford
Have Your Say Meeting on Monday, 10 August 2015 from 18:00 to 19:00 at Tesco, Hungerford. Please contact your local neighbourhood team on 101 for more details.
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Local Police stations

April 2016

Written on 12/05/2016, 12:41 by hungerford
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Newbury Police Station
Opening times for Newbury Police Station are as follows:

Monday: 0800 - 2200
Tuesday: 0800 - 2200
Wednesday: 0800 - 2200
Thursday: 0800 - 2200
Friday: 0800 - 2200
Saturday: 0800 - 2200
Sunday: 0800 - 2200

Amendments to Opening Times:
Christmas Day - CLOSED
Friday 6 May - 1900-2200 - CLOSED

Newbury Police Station
Opening times for Newbury Police Station are as follows:

Monday: 0800 - 2200
Tuesday: 0800 - 2200
Wednesday: 0800 - 2200
Thursday: 0800 - 2200
Friday: 0800 - 2200
Saturday: 0800 - 2200
Sunday: 0800 - 2200

Amendments to Opening Times:
Christmas Day - CLOSED
Friday 6 May - 1900-2200 - CLOSED

Opening times for are as follows:

Monday: 1000 - 1400
Tuesday: 1000 - 1400
Wednesday: 1000 - 1400
Thursday: 1000 - 1400
Friday: 1000 - 1400
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Amendments to Opening Times:
Tuesday 26th January - 1100-1400


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