Posted on 16th August 2017
Two new Police Community Support Officers are set to take to the streets of Dronfield, Unstone and the surrounding rural villages.
Jack Worrall and Stefan Broadhead are the latest additions to the Safer Neighbourhood policing teams covering those areas, having recently completed their initial training at Derbyshire Constabulary’s Headquarters in Ripley.
They are currently working alongside officers in the Eckington and Killamarsh area while they gain more frontline experience, and will be fully in their roles in September.
Jack, who has been studying at university for a degree in criminal justice, volunteered as a Special Constable in the Rotherham area before joining Derbyshire as a PCSO.
Stefan also studied at university for a degree in law, and while he was a student worked part time for Asda.
Although Jack and Stefan are both from the Clowne area, they did not know each other before joining Derbyshire police. They also both have an interest in fitness, with Stefan regularly visiting the gym and Jack enjoying Kayaking.
Inspector Sally-Anne Nicholson, who is in charge of the North East Derbyshire Local Policing Unit, said: “I hope our local residents will join us in welcoming Stefan and Jack to our Safer Neighbourhood policing teams as the new PCSOs for the Dronfield and Unstone and Rural areas.
“They both have an interest in policing and experience of working with the community, and I understand they’re really keen to get out and about in the local area.”
For more information on the role of a PCSO visit the careers pages of our website by clicking here.
You can also find out more about your local Safer Neighbourhood policing team on the My Local Police pages by clicking here.