Henknowle, South Church and Cockton Hill

Priorities

 

You said your current priorities are:

Active Priorities

  • 02 January 2019 - Henknowle area - suspected drug use

    ​There have been reports of drug use in the Henknowle area.

  • 02 January 2019 - St Andrews Churchyard - ASB

    Residents report that youths are congregating in the churchyard, they are drinking and smashing bottles​

  • 02 January 2019 - Escomb Road - Speeding vehicles and parking issues

    ​Vehicles are speeding along Escomb Road.  From the meeting held on 2nd January 2019 residents have reported that individuals are parking inconsiderately causing access difficulties.

This is what we have done

  • 13 February 2019 - Henknowle area - suspected drug use

    ​Patrols of the area have been carried out and every attempt is being made to identify drug use in the area.  There have been a number of reports about drug use, individuals have been visited and warnings issued.  If anybody suspects any drug use in their area please telephone 101 with any information they may have.  Patrols of the area will continue.

  • 13 February 2019 - St Andrews Churchyard - ASB

    There have been reports of smashed alcohol bottles along the black path between St Oswalds Close & St Andrews Church.  Patrols will be extended to include this area ​

    Extensive patrols have been carried out and the area has quietened down possibly due to the dark nights and poor lighting in the area.  The council has been contacted about the lighting in the area and will get ti repaired.  Patrols of the area will continue. 

     

  • 13 February 2019 - Escomb Road - Speeding vehicles and parking issues

    ​Speedwatch has been carried out and further speedwatch sessions are planned.  Warning letters will be issued to those found exceeding the speed limit.  The Camera Van has conducted a patrol along Etherley Lane as an extension to the Escombe Road speedwatch and an update is expected shortly.  More patrols by the Camera Van are Planned.  Durham County Council are going to commit some of their budget for calming measures along Escomb Road.  Patrols have been made concentrating on parking problems and visits have been made to various properties. 

These are the policing priorities that local people have agreed with your policing team. You can have some influence on future policing priorities by attending your next PACT meeting.

Local Events & PACT Meetings

Henknowle, South Church and Cockton Hill PACT Meeting 13th March 2019

Event Date: 13/03/2019 18:00:00

The meeting will be attended by a representative from your Neighbourhood Policing Team. They will be specific to your area and individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome.

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Henknowle, South Church and Cockton Hill PACT Meeting 10th April 2019

Event Date: 10/04/2019 18:00:00

The meetings will be attended by a representative from your neighbourhood policing team and will be specific to your area and individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome.

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Henknowle, South Church and Cockton Hill PACT Meeting 8th May 2019

Event Date: 08/05/2019 18:00:00

The meetings will be attended by a representative from your Neighbourhood Policing Team. They will be specific to your area and individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome.

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Crime Mapper

NHP Team

Insp 2149 Andy Reeves

Insp. Andy Reeves

My name is Andy Reeves the Neighbourhood Inspector for Bishop Auckland. My aim is to make the Bishop Auckland area a safer place to live and work. I am committed to neighbourhood policing in my area, forging links with my local community and addressing the issues which matter to them. I lead a dedicated team of officers who aim to have a positive impact on the quality of life in the communities they serve. I would encourage people to attend our regular PACT meetings so that we can work together to agree local priorities. The Bishop Auckland team all work from one location at the main station located at Woodhouse Lane. This ensures all staff work closely as a team dealing with community issues across Bishop Auckland and its surrounding area.

PC 2670 Daniel Beardmore

Sgt Daniel Beardmore

Neighbourhood Officer

PC 2517 Andy Cockfield

PC Andy Cockfield

PCSO Andrew Quinn

PCSO Carl Morgan

PCSO 6326 Ian Feldon

PCSO Ian Feldon

How To Contact

Bishop Auckland Police Station,
Woodhouse Lane ,
Bishop Auckland,
County Durham DL14 6LB

Telephone: 101
Email: BishopAuckland@durham.pnn.police.uk

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