Nottinghamshire’s community messaging service has now been relaunched as ‘Notts Alerts’.
We are dedicated to protecting the community we serve and engaging with our communities, and Notts Alerts connects us with residents so we can talk about the things that matter to you.
If it matters to you, it matters to us
By subscribing to Notts Alerts you can receive free updates about what’s happening in your local area, and you will also have the opportunity to tell us about issues that matter to you.
This means we can tailor our policing to suit the needs of our communities, and provide you with updates to keep you informed of our progress. Examples of this may include information about scams operating in your area or action we’ve taken to tackle anti-social behaviour.
More than 40,000 people subscribe to Notts Alerts and we are looking to strengthen these relationships and build new ones with residents across Nottinghamshire.
The information you will receive will only be about topics that you've suggested you are interested in, and you will be doing your bit to protect your friends, family, and local community.
You may see Notts Alerts advertised across our county including on trams and buses, so feel free to stop one of our officers to ask them about this service.
Superintendent Claire Rukas, our force lead for Notts Alerts, has this message about the service.
“We are keen to take every opportunity that we can to engage with our residents, about issues that are important to them, and in a way that is convenient.
“Notts Alerts is fantastic as we can keep in touch with all of our communities through email and mobile messages.
“You can fully customize the information that you want to receive, and this is a way to protect others and improve the quality of life for those around you.
“Please sign up and tell us about anything that matters to you – if it matters to you, regardless of how small the issue may seem, it will matter to us.
“Notts Alerts is also available in a range of languages, bringing us closer than ever to the people we serve.
“We are proud to police Nottinghamshire – please speak with us and make the county an even better place to live or visit.”