Hadfield and Tintwistle

Hadfield and TintwistleSafer Neighbourhood Team

Contact Us

Address:
Glossop Enquiry Office, Ellison Street, Glossop, SK13 8BX
Non-emergency number:
101
This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Hadfield and Tintwistle, and the rural area north of Glossop. It belongs to the B North policing section.Hadfield is a mainly residential neighbourhood located within the High Peak Borough Council area, approximately three miles from Glossop Town Centre and 15 miles from Manchester City Centre. Station Road is considered the centre of Hadfield. Only about a mile away from Station Road is the village of Tintwistle which is much smaller than Hadfield.Our Safer Neighbourhood office at 1-3 Mersey Bank Road, Hadfield, is open for residents to drop in when any members of the team are on duty.

Team Members

StephenBennett
Member

PC 14188 StephenBennett

Brian Buller
Member

PCSO 4415 Brian Buller

Tracey Collins
Member

PCSO 3843 Tracey Collins

Amy Mckeever
Member

PCSO 12763 Amy Mckeever

These priorities were agreed with your team at your last Safer Neighbourhoods meeting. These meetings are open to everybody and allow you to affect what you feel needs addressing in your area.

Your current priorities for this neighbourhood

Priority

We are pleased to report that no priority profiles have currently been raised for the Hadfield and Tintwistle Safer Neighbourhood Team

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 18/12/2015
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Issue was set on 05/07/2013We 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, email ashbourne.neighbourhoods@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk or come along to our next meeting.

Neighbourhood Newsletter

After every Safer Neighbourhoods Panel Meeting, we produce a newsletter highlighting the work our Safer Neighbourhoods team has done in your area.

This work is as a result of what you said you would like your team to look at during the meeting.

How you can take action

  • Go to a Safer Neighbourhoods meeting
  • Report a crime
  • Join our Key Individual Network (KIN)
  • Join your local Neighbourhood Watch scheme or start your own.
  • Get more information about your area with our Community Messaging Service.
  • Contact your local council to find out more about community safety schemes in your area.
  • Read Derbyshire County Council's Community Profile for your area.
  • Spend a day on the beat with an officer with our Community Involvement Scheme
  • Become a Special Constable
  • Give us feedback on how we're performing in your area.

Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeants

Photo: Sergeant 1967 PhilBooth
  • Sergeant 1967 PhilBooth

I am Sergeant 1967 Phil Booth and I have responsibility for this Safer Neighbourhood team.

I have been a police officer in Derbyshire since 1995 and have covered a wide range of roles in that time, including response Sergeant in Buxton and six and a half years as a traffic Sergeant.

My priority for the area is to address the specific concerns of the local community and to build on the already positive relationship we have with our partners. I also want to foster new relationships with community groups in the area, to see how we can work together to better serve the people who live here.

Safer Neighbourhood Meetings

Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

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.