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Where you can catch up with a cop in Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire next week

Posted on 6th October 2018

Would you like to catch up with a cop or have any concerns or issues you would like to share with your local police?

Our Safer Neighbourhood policing teams in parts of Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire are holding a number of street meets and surgeries for residents next week.

Why not call in, say hello and speak to us? Officers will be on hand available for you to drop in on:

Tuesday, October 9:

  • Chesterfield Town Street Meet: 10am-3.30pm. Officers will be in the Mobile Police Station on New Square.

Thursday, October, 11:

  • Wingerworth and Tupton Drop-in Surgery: 9am-11am. Local residents are invited to call into Clay Cross police office, on Pilsley Road.
  • Coffee with a Cop in Brampton: 2.30pm-4pm. Meet your local police at Morrisons Café in Brampton.
  • Chesterfield Pre-match Street Meet: 6pm-7.45pm. Officers will be in the Mobile Police Station outside the Proact Stadium on Sheffield Road, for you to speak about any concerns.

Saturday, October 13:

  • Staveley Street Meet: 10am-2pm. Officers will be in the Mobile Police Station on the Market Place.

Sunday, October: 14:

  • Tapton Lock Street Meet: 1pm-4pm. Officers will be at the Bike Revival on the Chesterfield Canal, and you can catch them at Katey’s Café, Locoford Lane.

There is no need to make any appointments, just drop in on the day.

We’re also inviting people to take part in our online initiative to show our officers engaging in our diverse local communities by collecting photographs of our officers and the people they meet.

If you want to take part please ask the officer for a picture or selfie and tag us on Twitter (@DerbysPolice) and Instagram (@derbyshireconstabulary) with the hashtag #CopASelfie.

Not able to make the dates? You can still contact your local Safer Neighbourhood policing team by calling 101, or sending them a message online through the My Local Police pages of the website, www.derbyshire.police.uk.

Do you need a quick answer to a general question? Then we recommend you visit the national Ask The Police web site.