Welcome to Wigan

Click on your neighbourhood below or the search facility on the right to find out more about policing where you live.



Useful information

Contact your local Partnership Team with regards to any hate crime you may have been subjected to. If you feel you cannot contact us at GMP, below is a list of alternative Partnership Teams in your area.

  • Leigh Asylum Seekers & Refugees Support (LSARS)
    Kingsleigh Methodist Youth Centre, Kings Street
    Leigh
    WN7 4LR

    Tuesday 12pm til 3pm
  • Leigh Citizens Advice Bureau
    6 The Avenue
    Leigh
    WN7 1ES
  • Support for Wigan Arrivals Project (SWAP)
    74-80 Hallgate
    Wigan
    WN1 1HP
    01942 614486 / 235025
  • True Colours CIC
    The Surgery, Bengal Street, Leigh
    Wigan
    WN7 1YA
  • Wigan Citizens Advice Bureau
    Wigan Life Centre, The Wiend
    Wigan
    WN1 1NH
  • Wigan Youth Zone
    Parsons Walk
    Wigan
    WN1 1RU

  • Wigan & Leigh College
    Parson's Walk
    Wigan
    WN1 1RS

Your local Commander

Chief Superintendent Stuart Ellison

Division Commander

Chief Superintendent Stuart Ellison originally joined GMP as a new recruit in Stockport in 1994. He then worked in Wythenshawe before moving to Merseyside Police for 16 years, serving in uniform, in the CID, and on the Force Neighbourhood Policing project. Stuart also served in Merseyside's Tactical Aid Unit equivalent and in specialist public order roles across the force area. Stuart was delighted when the opportunity to 'come home' to GMP arose in 2010 and he became Superintendent in Wiga...(more)


Helpful Websites

Age Concern

Get involved - Special Constables

Get Involved - Volunteers

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

Greater Manchester Victims' Services

Home Watch

Manchester Council crime advice

North West Ambulance Service

Office of Police & Crime Commissioner


Local Websites


Updates

Cara passes fitness test 12 weeks after giving birth

Student officer, Cara Delamore has become one of the 85 new recruits to be attested into the role of police officer.

It takes two – new cop proves that twins really do, do

A 21-year old has joined his twin brother as an officer in GMP this week. He was sworn into the force at a formal attestation ceremony on Monday.

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