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Using 101 for situations that do not require an immediate police response helps keep 999 available for when there is an emergency.
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There is no public counter at the Girvan office at the Community Hospital but members of the public can still attend this station but should call 101 first to ensure officers are available to see them. A telephone link is available at the hospital entrance and assistance may be available through the NHS reception facility.
Inspector John Hamilton
After talking to local residents, you’ve told us that your greatest concerns are people using or dealing drugs in the area; speeding motorists; drunk and disorderly behaviour involving youth disorder and vandalism; and housebreaking and thefts. In our plans below you can see how we are tackling these issues.
Girvan & South Carrick
Our team covers the town of Girvan and the villages of Barr, Barrhill, Dailly, Old Dailly, Colmonell, Ballantrae, Pinwherry, Glenapp and Pinmore.
We are acting on priorities to influence policing activity in your area. For more information see the Multi Member Ward Plan.
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Sergeants: Anne Marshall
Constables: David Hastings, Graham Barclay, Sam Briggs, Lorna Smith, Gordon Thomson, Amy Cuthill, Liz Hunter, Mark McGurk, and Craig McLachlan
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