Biggleswade Town Council's Community Safety page

We are dedicated to fostering a secure and thriving environment for all residents of our community.

Biggleswade Town Council believe that creating a safe and secure community is a shared responsibility that requires the active participation of both residents and local authorities.

Community safety contains various aspects, including crime prevention, emergency preparedness, public health, and overall well-being. It involves promoting a sense of security and harmony within our town, ensuring that everyone feels safe and protected in their daily lives.

At Biggleswade Town Council, we recognize the importance of providing our community with valuable resources and information to help you stay safe. On this page, you will find links and resources that address different aspects of community safety and local emergency services. 

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Contact Details

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0300 1234 999 – Dead Animal Reporting And Animal Welfare

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Facebook page

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Community Safety 

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101 – Non-Emergency Crime Reporting Phone Number

0800 789 321 – Anti-Terrorism Hotline

0300 123 2040 – Fraud Reporting Agency

ASB Reporting Tool

Street Nuisance Reporting Tool

Report Abandoned Vehicle

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

Crime Reporting

Reporting Terrorism

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Domestic Nuisance Reporting Tool

0808 2000 247 – Domestic Abuse Helpline

0800 999 5428 – LGBTQ+ Domestic Abuse Helpline

030 0300 8585 Or 030 0300 8123 (Out Of Hours) – Children’s Abuse Helpline

0808 500 2222 – Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Line

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Biggleswade Town Council Emergency Plan

999 – Emergency Phone Number Relating To Police, Fire And Ambulance Services

0800 111 999 – Emergency Gas Response

0800 316 3105 – Reporting Power Cut

0345 988 1188 – Flood Reporting

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Bedfordshire Police website

Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that person’s:

  • disability
  • race or ethnicity
  • religion or belief
  • sexual orientation
  • transgender identity


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0808 800 4444 – Shelter, Emergency Helpline For The Homeless

020 7426 5685 – Housing And Education Support For Homeless

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111 – Non-Emergency Medical Support

116123 – Suicide Prevention Helpline (Samaritans)

0800 1111 – Children And Teenagers Mental Health Support (Childline)

0300 123 6600 – Drugs Support Helpline (Frank)

0300 123 1110 – Alcohol Support Helpline (Alcoholics Anonymous)

0345 330 3030 – LGBTQ+ Support

To find out more about the Biggleswade Common, click on the Factsheet

Biggleswade Common – Fen Reeves Contact details:

Hannah Skingley
Land Agent, Divisional Partner

For and on behalf of Brown & Co   Property & Business Consultants LLP

T 01480 598865  |   M 07788 797372

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Crime Statistics

Our commitment is to promote transparency and ensure that residents are well-informed about the safety of our town.

Crime statistics play a crucial role in understanding the dynamics of criminal activities, enabling us to make informed decisions and implement effective strategies to maintain a secure and thriving environment. By analysing and reporting these statistics, we aim to create a sense of awareness, encourage collaboration, and empower residents to actively participate in ensuring the safety of our community.

We will provide detailed reports on various types of crimes occurring in Biggleswade. These statistics encompass a wide range of offences, such as theft, vandalism, assault, and more. The data is collected from official sources, including law enforcement agencies, and is regularly updated to
provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date information. 

We believe in fostering a strong partnership between the Town Council, law enforcement, and the community. By sharing crime statistics we are transparent and build trust with our residents. These statistics will serve as a valuable resource for residents, businesses, and organisations to understand the crime landscape and take appropriate precautions. Together, we can create a secure and vibrant community.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the crime statistics or any related matter please contact us at 01767 313134 or at email  as we value your input and are here to assist you in any way we can.

Crime Statistic Reports (To follow)

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Reporting Crime in Biggleswade

Is it an emergency?

Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support right away? If so, please call 999 now.

If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use Bedfordshire Police’s textphone service 18000 or text on 999 if you’ve pre-registered with the emergencySMS service.

Non-emergency crime reporting

All non-emergency crime reporting can be made by calling 101 or done online via the Bedfordshire Police Website.

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