Corona Virus information


Below is some information on the help service provided by the kind people of St Leonards


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The SLNA help service and shopping delivery.

For the period of national lockdown from March 2020 to the end of July the SLNA provided a help-service for people who were isolating. 75 volunteers from the community came forward and some of them were called upon to help about 45 people who needed things like shopping, prescrition collection and phone calls.
The service has now wound down, but is ready to start again should the need arise. We are incredibly grateful to all those who volunteered and made other people's lives easier to bear.
If you need help you could try ringing
Wellbeing Exeter on 01392 265000




Covid-19 Update - January 2021


With the current restrictions in place, Devon & Cornwall Police are seeing an increased demand with reports and concerns around Covid 19 breaches, this is in addition to existing contacts from members of the public who need help.
We would like to remind our communities there are many ways to contact us in a non-emergency and any concerns around Covid 19 breaches can be reported through the online national reporting form.
To make sure communities receive the best service from us, anyone who needs to contact us should follow these simple steps:

1. Are you wanting to report a breach of Covid 19 restrictions?
If you are reporting a breach of restrictions then you can do this using the national reporting form on the police.uk website - www.police.uk
 
2. AskNED – the non-emergency directory
Need to ask a question but not sure who to ask for help, then AskNED - dc.police.uk/AskNED  

3. Go online – dc.police.uk
On our website you can find the answers too many of the questions people ask when calling the police plus lots of helpful information and advice.

4. Report Crime Online 
If you need to report a crime or tell us something, then why not report online using WebChat or the Crime Reporting Form. Alternatively, you can email 101@dc.police.uk

5. Call - 101 Non-emergency number

Remember in an emergency, always call 999.

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