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Clerk RFO: Stephanie Lloyd

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Live Session on Thursday To Talk To Officers about Domestic Abuse

Live Session on Thursday To Talk To Officers about Domestic Abuse

We're hosting a live question and answer session on domestic abuse later this week.

Specialist officers from our domestic abuse unit and our partners from the Elm Foundation will be online on Thursday 28 January to talk to anyone with concerns about the issue.

You can find out what is considered to be Domestic Abuse, and what support is available or ways to report, whatever your question, our officers will do their best to answer. More »

Questions can be asked anonymously or privately.

The session will take place between 4pm and 6pm and to join in go to and enter the event code #YouAreNotAlone.

In the meantime, if you have any concerns about Domestic Abuse, you can contact us in the following ways:

• Facebook – send us a private message to /DerbyshireConstabulary
• Twitter – direct message our contact centre on @DerPolContact
• Website – complete the online contact form
• Phone – call us on 101.

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Posted: Mon, 25 Jan 2021 08:42 by Stephanie Lloyd

Sign Up For Flood Alerts As Heavy Rain Forecast For Derbyshire

Sign Up For Flood Alerts As Heavy Rain Forecast For Derbyshire

Heavy rain is forecast across the county in the coming days - with an amber weather warning in place due to the potential for flooding across the whole of Derbyshire.

We would urge anyone in potentially high-risk areas to sign up for free flood alerts which will see you contacted either by phone, email or text message if your home or business is at risk of flooding. More »

To find out more and sign up visit: Sign up for flood warnings - GOV.UK (

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Posted: Tue, 19 Jan 2021 12:16 by Stephanie Lloyd

How to contact the force

How To Contact the Force

Did you know you can use social media to report non-emergencies to us?

Instead of having to use the 101 line and speak to someone on the phone, you can send us a message on social media, use our website, or speak to a call handler on Live Chat.

This will then free up our call handlers to answer the phones to those that are only able to, or would just prefer to, physically speak to someone. More »

Our team of call handlers are here for the people of Derbyshire 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To get in touch digitally, you can use:
• Facebook: Send a message to us on
• Twitter: Send a direct message to our contact centre via
• Website: Use our online forms or Live Chat by visiting

Our website houses a number of online forms, where you can report a crime, road traffic incident, anti-social behaviour, apply for licenses and firearms certificates, as well as use 'Your Area', where residents can find out more about, and contact, their local Safer Neighbourhood Teams.

If you can, please consider contacting us digitally, so our call handlers are free to speak to those that don't have any access to the internet to do so.

Please note, in the case of an emergency, you should always phone 999.

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Posted: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 09:49 by Stephanie Lloyd