Community Ranger

The Town Ranger role was implemented in April 2018 to work in line with the CCTV control room and the sponsored Town PCSO in order to make Daventry town a safer place to live, work and visit.

The Role of the Community Ranger

Working directly for Daventry Town Council, the Ranger will also liaise with DTC's CCTV Control Room and the local PCSO (Mia Ball) to ensure continued safety and wellbeing of Daventry residents, traders and visitors.

Although the Ranger will be vital in assisting the Police teams, it is important to stress that they are not a Police Officer and therefore do not share the same powers.

The Ranger's main duties will involve attending community meetings; reporting and preventing dog fouling; fly tipping; littering and fly posting; as well as acting as a welcoming host for both residents and visitors to the town.

They are also responsible for youth engagement and acting as a deterrent for anti-social behaviour.

Contacting the Community Ranger

The Town Ranger can be contacted via email: or via Twitter: @DTCranger.

From left to right: Cllr Lynne Taylor, Daventry Town PCSO Mia Ball and Community Ranger Sean Croke.