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SandiacreSafer Neighbourhood Team

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Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Teams, Midland St, Long Eaton, NG10 1NA
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This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Sandiacre. It belongs to the Long Eaton policing section.The Sandiacre Safer Neighbourhood area is situated approximately four miles south of Ilkeston town centre and nine miles east from the city of Derby.

Team Members

Claire March

PC 14275 Claire March

Laura Buchanan

PCSO 4602 Laura Buchanan

Matthew Boyer

PCSO 4585 Matthew Boyer

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


Anti-Social Behaviour on Doncaster Recreation Ground

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 26/07/2018
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • Increased high visibility patrols
  • Section 34 dispersal to be used where appropriate
  • Council wardens patrolling with police
  • Liaison with neighbouring SNT’s to identify offenders from out of the area.
  • ASB suspects to be monitored by police and council

Criminal Damage to Motor Vehicles

Issue Date:
Issue was set on 26/07/2018
Actions to be taken are as follows:
  • High-visibility patrols in the hotpots areas
  • Utilising powers to issue dispersal notices to those causing ASB and to send letters to parents informing them of their child’s behaviour
  • Utilising CPNW/CPN to target persistent offenders.
  • Utilising powers under Section 59 Police Reform Act 2002 to issue warnings and seize vehicles involved in incidents of ASB
  • Working in partnership with specialist Police units such as Traffic and Dog section (Operations Division)

Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeants

Photo: Sergeant 3273 Anne Marie Gregory (A/Sgt)
  • Sergeant 3273 Anne Marie Gregory (A/Sgt)

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Crime Information


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