Please only use the numbers above for non-emergency calls. If a crime is in progress or life is in danger, please dial 999.
What to do if you see a burst pipe or water mainIf you find a leak or burst pipe in your home, you should telephone a plumber immediately. Details of local plumbers may be found in any good phone book such as the Yellow Pages.However, if you see a water leak or burst pipe in the road, on a pavement or any other place, you can call South West Water free of charge 24 hours a day. Phone: 0800 169 1144 Website: www.southwestwater.co.ukHelp and contact numbers for power cuts and general electrical adviceSouthern Electric provide emergency contact telephone numbers for most electricity providers on their website. They also provide good practical advice and tips on how to best help you and your family during a power cut situation and other adverse conditions. Phone: 0800 072 7282 Website: www.southern-electric.co.ukGas servicesIf you suspect a gas leak or unsafe gas equipment, call the National Gas Emergency Number on 0800 111 999.
Dorset & Somerset Air AmbulanceLandacre House, Castle Road, Chelston Business Park, WELLINGTON, TA21 9JQTel: 01823 669604Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.dsairambulance.org.uk/We are proud to be able to provide an outstanding air ambulance emergency service. Our team of highly trained paramedics and pilots use their knowledge and skill to save lives every day, however we cannot do this without your help!The Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance receives no direct Government or National Lottery funding. We rely on the generosity of the public to help us raise the £1.4 million a year it costs to keep flying.On average, we attend 3-4 incidents a day, however this number significantly increases during the summer months. We can be anywhere within the two counties in under 19 minutes of an emergency call.In 2011 alone we attended 665 incidents of which 108 involved minors (under 16). This clearly demonstrates the need for an Air Ambulance that serves Dorset and Somerset.South Western Ambulance Service – Eastern DivisionAccident and Emergency Control (Dorset only)East Divisional Headquarters, Acorn Building, Ringwood Road, St Leonards, Dorset, BH24 2RREmail: email@example.comWebsite: www.swast.nhs.ukLead Contact: Steve Smith, A&E Clinical Hub Manager (East)Dorset Fire & Rescue ServiceService Headquarters, Peverell Avenue West, Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 3SUTel: 01305 252600
The PCC is an elected official responsible for the governance and oversight of Dorset Police as well as working more widely with local partners, organisations and communities to improve community safety and criminal justice outcomes across the whole of Dorset. The PCC also acts as the 'public voice in policing' - representing the views of the public in determining the strategic priorities for policing locally during his term of office.With that in mind we want to make it as easy as possible for people to find out information relating to the work of the PCC and to make contact if/when required. One important element of this is our website:www.dorset.pcc.police.ukWorking Together to Keep Dorset Safe