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Stonehouse Police Reception To Temporarily Close

Posted: 25/04/2008 15:47:52

Residents of Stonehouse and surrounding areas will be unable to access the reception of Stonehouse police station for periods in May and June, due to building improvements being carried out at the premises.

The construction work at the station, which is based in the High Street, Stonehouse, will extensively refurbish the interior of the building and provide additional functionality to officers based there.

Unfortunately, the scale of the project means that the reception area will be closed to the public between Monday May 12 and Monday June 9.

While work is being done, alternative arrangements have been made to provide local people with the services normally provided by Stonehouse reception. Consequently, the Nailsworth Police post reception will be staffed between 8am and 4pm, from Monday to Friday.

As at any police reception, members of the public will be able to go to the post to report crimes, make enquiries, produce documents and claim and report items of lost property.

In addition Stonehouse Town Council has kindly offered to assist during the building work, by displaying the Police Information Point in their office in the High Street, Stonehouse. This resource will be available to the public between 9am and 2pm, from Monday to Friday. A member of Stonehouse Police staff will visit the office daily to check if any messages have been left for police attention.

Inspector Owen Hughes, of Stonehouse Inspector Neighbourhood Area, said: “We understand the concerns people may have as a result of this interruption to our normal reception services, and for that I apologise.

“However, we have made alternative arrangements and we hope these will reduce any disruption to a minimum. We would ask the public to be patient and bear with us while these very necessary building improvements are made.

“I would like to reassure Stonehouse residents that even though the reception of their local station will be closed while work is carried out, police officers will continue to work from the station.

“There will definitely be no interruption to the regular and efficient policing of Stonehouse INA.”

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