Gresley, Woodville and Swadlincote

Gresley, Woodville and SwadlincoteSafer Neighbourhood Team

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Swadlincote Enquiry Office, Derby South Section, Civic Way, Swadlincote, Derby, DE11 0AE
Non-emergency number:
This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Woodville, Gresley and Swadlincote. It belongs to the Derby South policing section.Woodville's boundary starts at Frank Bodicote Way and finishes at Hartshorne. Swadlincote is situated on the outskirts of South Derbyshire. The neighbourhood consists of Swadlincote town centre, a variety of houses and different organisations.

Team Members

William Crerar

PC 2953 William Crerar

Stuart Kelly

PC Stuart Kelly

Dean Badham-Spalding

PCSO 4443 Dean Badham-Spalding

Lee Walker

PCSO 12743 Lee Walker

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


Inconsiderate parking of cars in Church Gresley particularly around schools

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 24/11/2015
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Our team will carry out high-visibility patrols and work with partners in South Derbyshire District Council to alleviate the issues.

Contravention of weight restriction signs on Coppice Side and Westfield Road, Swadlincote

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 24/11/2015
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Officers will take positive action against the drivers of vehicles contravening the legislation.

Anti-Social behaviour in the town centre of Swadlicote particularly in the areas of Macdonalds, Library and Nikita's Dance Studio

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 24/11/2015
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • The team will be carrying out extra high-visibility and plain clothes patrols to identify problem areas and individuals involved in anti-social behaviour (ASB) Stop searches and warrants will be carried out where appropriate and the team will take action against anyone involved in ASB They will also work with partner agencies to identify long-term solutions and to tell people about the support available to them They will be speaking to people found to be committing ASB about the effects that their behaviour may have on the local community Officers will visit members of the public to offer reassurance and keep them informed about their work They are actively encouraging members of the public to report activity by calling Derbyshire police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111

Actions and outcomes from previous priorities


Road safety - speeding vehicles throughout the neighbourhood

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 07/01/2014
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Officers to conduct speed checks in hotspot areas as identified by residents
  • Work with CREST enforcement to provide enforcement and education in relation to road safety
  • Promote community speedwatch to local residents and assist them in setting up schemes where volunteers are available from within the community

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 735 Graham Summers
  • Sergeant 735 Graham Summers

My name is Sergeant Graham Summers and I am responsible for this Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team.

I have served as a police officer for 21 years with Derbyshire Constabulary where I have worked as a Reactive Officer throughout D Division, as well as on the Armed Response Unit and with Roads Policing. I was also seconded to the Royal Cayman Islands in the British West Indies.

Although most of my experience has been responding to emergency calls for service, I am looking forward to tackling matters which affect the life style and living standards of the people of South Derbyshire in partnership with our connected agencies.

I have lead from the front in a reactive role and I intend to use that experience with my new team and I will be ‘out there’ and visible with them.

Skills I have learned during my service as a front line police officer are transferable to my new role. I believe in a positive and robust approach when necessary and I will be listening to those in the community with issues and information to offer.  


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 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.