Hulland and Brailsford

Hulland and BrailsfordSafer Neighbourhood Team

Contact Us

Address:
Ashbourne Enquiry Office, Compton Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1BX
Non-emergency number:
101
This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Hulland Ward, Brailsford and Ednaston. It belongs to the Derbyshire Dales Local Policing Unit.

Team Members

Simon Wolverson
Member

PC 2267 Simon Wolverson

Rachel Baggaley
Member

PC 2204 Rachel Baggaley

Jo Dales
Member

PCSO 4495 Jo Dales

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Brailsford, Longford and Hulland Ward youngsters learn cycle safety from their local police

Brailsford, Longford and Hulland Ward youngsters learn cycle safety from their local police

Date:
15th August 2017
Operation Illuminate tours rural Ashbourne villages

Operation Illuminate tours rural Ashbourne villages

Date:
26th July 2017
Police and Crime Commissioner to join crime prevention tour in rural Ashbourne villages

Police and Crime Commissioner to join crime prevention tour in rural Ashbourne villages

Date:
18th July 2017
Officers take to the road for Operation Illuminate following thefts

Officers take to the road for Operation Illuminate following thefts

Date:
6th April 2017

These priorities were set by your team following community feedback. Contact your team in person, by phone or online to let them know your priorities.

Your current priorities for this neighbourhood

Priority

Anti-social behaviour at derelict buildings in Ashbourne

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 16/06/2016
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Officers will be carrying out high-visibility patrols in hot spot areas to identify groups taking part in anti-social behaviour (ASB) and engage with them about the effects of their behaviour on people living nearby.
  • The Ashbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team will be interacting with youngsters to deter them from ASB and to encourage them to take part in diversionary activities to prevent further nuisance behaviour.
  • Anyone who is caught taking part in nuisance behaviour will be advised about how their actions affect others and how it could lead to further involvement from police and partners.
  • Officers will be taking positive action against ASB in unoccupied buildings using new legislation involving civil law working with partner agents to work together to ensure buildings are secure.
  • Police will also be speaking to residents about the work that they are doing to offer reassurance in the community.
Priority

Speeding motorists in Ashbourne and surrounding villages

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 16/06/2016
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Officers will carry out ad-hoc speed enforcement in town centre and out-lying villages, working alongside the Casualty Reduction and Enforcement Support Team (CREST) to reduce speeding.
  • Warning or fines will be issued to any driver who is found to be breaking the speed limit.
  • The Safer Neighbourhood team will also be heading out on patrol and speaking to motorists about the importance of sticking to the law on the roads and safe and considerate driving.

Actions and outcomes from previous priorities

Priority

Preventing shed, garage and other outbuilding burglaries

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 04/10/2013
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Hulland and Brailsford Safer Neighbourhood Team focused on the prevention of non-dwelling burglaries, where offenders target sheds, garages and other outbuildings and steal items such as lawn mowers, tools and bicycles.
  • The team made homeowners aware of the steps they could take to prevent non-dwelling burglaries by increasing security, along with promoting the Operation Illuminate campaign over winter months.

Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeants

Photo: Sergeant 2425 Suzanne Cope
  • Sergeant 2425 Suzanne Cope
I am Sergeant 2425 Suzanne Cope and I am responsible for this Safer Neighbourhood policing team.

Safer Neighbourhood Events

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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.