Newton Aycliffe


This area covers Newton Aycliffe, Aycliffe Village, Middridge, Shildon, Eldon, Sedgefield, Bradbury, Mordon, Fishburn and the Trimdons, a total population of 50,000 people.

We work from our new Community Station at Central Avenue in the heart of Newton Aycliffe Town Centre. 

The area is covered by a local CID team, five response teams and neighbourhood teams.

The neighbourhood teams work from each of the three local stations.  Each has a Sergeant, PC's and PCSO's, each with a geographical responsibility.

They are supported by a crime reduction officer and a community liaison officer.  Special Constables have also worked with us to provide extra patrols and visibility.


We are improving the way we engage with you via PACT (police and communities together). It may mean some poorly attended PACT meetings are cancelled, but alternative ways to engage will be introduced instead. It could see your neighbourhood PC or PSCO visiting places like the local library, baby groups, post office, sports classes or even the pub to hear your views.  Visit your neighbourhood policing team website page or Facebook and Twitter feeds for the latest details.

Local Events & PACT Meetings

Burnhope Street PACT Saturday 19th August 2017

Event Date: 19/08/2017 10:00:00

Local neighbourhood officers will be hosting a Street PACT at the below time and date. Please come along if you have any issues or concerns.

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Aycliffe Village PACT Meeting 9th September 2017

Event Date: 09/09/2017 10:00:00

Come along to the Village Hall to speak to your local officer and raise any concerns you may have.

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Event Date: 19/09/2017 10:30:00

The WOODHAM POP IN PACT meeting will take place on 19th September 2017 at 10:30am at Woodham Community Centre, St. Elizabeths Close, Woodham.

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Crime Mapper

Sarah Honeyman

My name is Sarah Honeyman, Neighbourhood Inspector for Newton Aycliffe. My aim is to make Newton Aycliffe a safer place to live, work and visit. To achieve this, I believe it is important to work as a team, not only within our own organisation but with partners and the community, themselves. We will look to provide reassurance, by listening to the public and address problems together.


Your Local Station

Please note that although this station is operational on a 24hr basis; front counter opening times are as below:

Main Station
Newton Aycliffe Fire and Police Community Station,
Central Avenue,
Newton Aycliffe,

Area Contact
Telephone: 101

Opening Times
10am until 5pm Monday to Friday

Outside these hours an intercom system and CCTV facility is available to link callers to the Communications Centre.