Cornsay Colliery



You said your current priorities are:

Active Priorities

  • 26 November 2018 - Rural Crime
     ***SNOW ANGELS ***
    It is expected that there will be an increase in snow fall and ice this winter, resulting in adverse weather conditions, which may close public roads and make access to minor roads and footpaths inaccessible to residents in Consett and surrounding villages, from Mid December 2018 until March 2019.
    The SNOW ANGELS operation will see Police and partner agencies carrying out mobile and foot patrols in the town centre and surrounding villages. Providing cover to all areas from the 1st of December 2018 for 12 weeks to March 2019 during the day and evening and taking telephone and E-Mail requests from residents who are requesting SNOW ANGELS help and assistance.
    We welcome volunteers to support us with this valuable scheme, this may involve clearing footpaths of snow, delivering food parcels and checking on vulnerable neighbours. If you would like to help please email
    If you have concerns about a neighbour or relative that may struggle during adverse weather conditions and may need assistance from SNOW ANGELS please contact police via 101 or the email address above.
    Rural crime is our current priority for the area. Across our areas we have had a number of quad bikes targetted and stolen. Please make sure these are kept secure and if possible fitted with trackers.
    We are also offering Dot Peen security etching free of charge. If you would like to book this contact PCSO 7574 Mark Rodgers by ringing 101 or emailing him at
    Speeding has also been highlighted as an issue in Cornsay Colliery and Satley.
    These areas are being targetted by traffic officers and our community speed watch team. We are also recruiting volunteers for speed watch.
    As residents you can assist with our speed visor scheme which enables you to be an active part in educating and encouraging drivers to change their behaviour and conform to the speed limit. You will be equipped with a speed indication display unit where traffic will be monitored from the roadside and details of vehicles going too fast will be recorded. Although the offending drivers cannot be prosecuted through speedwatch they will receive warning letters. Data is also assessed by traffic management who can decide if further action or enforcement is required. If you are interested in becoming involved please contact PCSO 7574 Mark Rodgers.

This is what we have done

  • 26 November 2018 - Rural Crime
    If you would like to join our Farmwatch Scheme please feel free to visit and complete the registration form.  Once you've joined you will receive regular emails from our Farmwatch Co-ordinator with crime prevention advice and current crime trends in the area.
    UPCOMING EVENTS - PACT COFFEE MORNINGS AT HAMSTEELS COMMUNITY CENTRE. Every Fortnight 10.00-12.00hrs. There is also Bingo, raffle, bacon sandwiches available from the hall.

    Wed 28th Nov 10.00-12.00hrs
    Wed 12th Dec 10.00-12.00hrs
    If you have any problems or concerns please contact your local officers, PC 1714 Scott Crowhurst, PCSO 7574 Mark Rodgers or PCSO 6357 Cath Egan by telephoning 101.

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

Cornsay PACT Drop In - 12th Dec

Event Date: 12/12/2018 10:00:00

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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Crime Mapper

NHP Team

PC 2684 Paul Mawson

Sgt Paul Mawson

Sgt 2632 Jason Mole

Sgt Jason Mole

PCSO Mark Rodgers

How To Contact

Consett Police Station,
Parliament Street,
County Durham DH8 5DL

Telephone: 101

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