Dinnington Clubs and Organisations
Services from Rotherham Borough Council
While Dinnington St John’s Town Council supplies a number of local services and amenities most of the larger scale services we use are provided by Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.
Click the links below and on the right to find services on the Rotherham MBC website.
- Adult Social Care
- Bins, rubbish and recycling
- Births, deaths, marriage & nationality
- Business and investment
- Housing (incl repairs)
- Housing Benefits
- Potholes in roads and public footpaths
- Crime, anti-social behaviour & nuisance
- Environmental problems
- Get involved in local issues
- Health & well-being
- Roads, parking & transport
- PAY FOR IT
- People and communities
- REPORT IT
- Schools and education
Police – reporting crime
101 / Online reporting
Did you know that if you telephone 101 and don’t want to be kept on hold you can request a call back without losing your place in the queue?
If the caller phones between 8am and 10pm when Switchboard is open – unless the lines are extremely busy, the caller will speak to a switchboard operator first. The switchboard operator will pro-actively tell callers about call back assist and then put the caller through to the 101 call handler. Once they put the caller through to a 101 call handler, then they will be automatically offered to either wait or use call back assist. (All done through their phone keypad)
If someone calls before 8am or after 10pm, then they will get an automated message asking them if they want to use call back assist or not (this is after they hear the Chief Constable’s message).
The force also encourages online reporting via their online portal as an alternative to 101 to report non-emergency incidents.
In order to report on line you will need to register and create an account. This is to ensure that contact details are available should you need to be contacted for further information during the investigation. Once registered you can simply log in to report.
Within the portal you will also be able to track the status of your report, read a number of knowledge items relating to your incident, and live chat with members of the force.
To register for online reporting please visit: https://smartcontact.southyorkshire.police.uk/
SYP Alerts is a messaging system brought to you by South Yorkshire Police to keep you updated on policing in your areas, or other areas you may be interested in.
By registering with SYP Alerts, you can choose to receive news and appeals, local crime information and/or prevention advice – direct to you by email, text or voice message.
Registering for alerts is completely free and once you have signed-up, you can chose how you want to receive the messages and what you want to receive messages about.
Details on SYP Alerts are available here: https://www.southyorks.police.uk/sign-up/syp-alerts/ including how to sign up.
Crimes can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or online via www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Police & Crime Plan
The latest Police and Crime plan has been published and is available online here: https://southyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/what-we-do/police-crime-plan/