Community Policing Inspector Stewart McColm

Inspector Stewart McColm is the Community Inspector for Galloway Area Command. He is responsible for the community teams in Wigtownshire and the Stewartry. 

After talking to local residents, you've told us what your main concerns are and these have been outlined under the Local Policing Plan.

Castle Douglas and Crocketford

This ward covers Castle Douglas, Crossmichael, Parton, New Galloway, Carsphairn, Dalry, Balmaclellan, Corsock, Kirkpatrick Durham, Springholm, Crocketford, Lochrutton, Haugh of Urr, Shawhead and Lochfoot delivering services of community and response policing.

Terregles which is also in this ward, is covered by the Community Policing Team based in Dumfries.

Your Priorities

We are acting on priorities to influence policing activity in your area.  The Dumfries and Galloway Local Policing Priorities 2017-2020 are;

1. Tackling Anti-social Behaviour

2. Protecting vulnerable people at risk of harm

3. Homes being broken into.

4. Drug dealing and substance misuse

5. Violent Crime

For more information see the Dumfries and Galloway Local Policing Plan

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Policing Team

How to Contact Us

Our 'Contact Us' emails are not monitored 24/7.

Our Twitter and Facebook sites are not for reporting crime and they are not monitored 24/7.

In an emergency always dial 999.

For non-urgent crime, you can contact your local police office by telephoning 101.

Please note that our Community Team email address is not for reporting crime or ongoing incidents. These should be reported by calling 101 (non-emergency) or 999 (emergency).

Email accounts are also not monitored 24/7.

Please note that this is a general email address for contacting your Community Policing Team, and is monitored by Operational Police Officers amongst their other main duties. It is not monitored constantly, and it may be some time before your email is actually read by an officer, particularly outwith normal office hours. If you wish to report a crime, ring 101 or in an emergency 999. Never use this email address for reporting crime.

Your Police Station

No Community Police Stations