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Mercia

MerciaSafer Neighbourhood Team

Contact Us

Address:
Swadlincote Enquiry Office, Derby South Section, Civic Way, Swadlincote, Derby, DE11 0AE
Non-emergency number:
101
This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Findern, Willington, Ticknall, Repton, Bretby and Stenson.This Safer Neighbourhood is a predominantly rural area, stretching from the boundary of the A511 at Bretby, Swadlincote, to the Staffordshire border at Newton Solney and up to the most northerly point of the area at Stenson fields which borders onto Derby City, a distance of around 11 miles.

Team Members

Paul Trussell
Member

PC 2319 Paul Trussell

Mark Holmes
Member

PC 14072 Mark Holmes

Emma Guest
Member

PCSO 4627 Emma Guest

Kerry Wallington-Waite (PCSO Supervisor)
Member

PCSO 4469 Kerry Wallington-Waite (PCSO Supervisor)

Andrea Thompson
Member

PCSO 3858 Andrea Thompson

Claire Robbins
Member

PCSO 12781 Claire Robbins

These priorities were set by your team following community feedback. Contact your team in person, by phone or online to let them know your priorities.

Your current priorities for this neighbourhood

Priority

We are pleased to report that no priority profiles have currently been raised for the Mercia Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 18/12/2017
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • We will continue to carry out patrols throughout the area and work to keep your neighbourhood safe.
  • If you have any concerns or feel there is something we could target in your area please contact us by calling 101, Alternatively, send us a message online by visiting the Contact Us section of our website www.derbyshire.police.uk/Contact-Us.

Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeants

Safer Neighbourhood Events

Find out where and when your Safer Neighbourhood team are holding public events.

Crime Information

crime-info-map 

Crime mapping allows us to show you where crime is happening at a local level, so we can better engage with our communities and help them determine how best to police the area they live in.