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Neighbourhood Policing Team

When a business or individual has been the victim of a crime, or suspect they have been a victim of crime, it is essential that this is reported to the police. 

First and foremost it can lead to the identification of an offender and prevent them from doing it again.

It is also important for police to understand what crime is impacting an area, by reporting crime they can identify patterns and hotspot areas which can enable them to alert communities of the threat so they can take preventative action both in terms of physical crime as well as cybercrime and fraud.


Your Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) plays a vital role in tackling many of the local issues that matter to you. They are out in your area every day, and always available to offer crime prevention advice or for you to raise concerns with.

Each NPT consists of a dedicated Sergeant, Police Constables (PCs) and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs), all under the command of an Inspector. While they may be the ones you see the most, the NPTs do not work alone. 

Their approach is shaped by four key themes: they protect vulnerable people and keep people safe; they are out in our communities, visible, listening and working with us to deliver the services we need; they successfully tackle crime and ASB.

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PC Stewart Pearson and PCSO Paul Fearon

Current Crime Map

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Top Reported Crimes

Useful Links

Contact: In an emergency dial 999
Contact: For a non-emergency dial 101
Find your nearest Police Station
Concerned about drugs
Victim Support

Help with drug & alcohol addiction 

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