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Clerk RFO: Stephanie Lloyd

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Police local 'pop up' events

Your local SNT will be in the areas attached for a 'Pop up Sign up event' we will be able to register people who come to see us onto Derbyshire alert and we will also be completing Derbyshire Talking surveys, through Derbyshire alert system, these are a simple 4 question survey about the area where you live, so you can tell us what issues you feel we should be tackling, the results of these surveys helps us shape our priorities in each neighbourhood. More »

Come along meet the team.

We will be observing social distancing guidelines during all events and all events will be outside near to the locations given.

  • Area 1- North West

Hatton- Co-Op Carpark- Tuesday 6th Oct 2-3pm

Egginton- near to Egginton hall entrance on grass triangle- Thurs 8th Oct 2-3pm

  • Area 2-Mercia

Willington outside Co-op- weds 7th oct 12-1pm

Stenson Pilgrims way outside shops- weds 7th oct 2-3pm

  • Area 3-Melbourne areas

Aston on Trent- The Green, (Opposite post office)- Fri 2nd Oct 10-11am

Boulton Moor – Jitty way between Severnlands/Kimboulton way Fri 2nd Oct 1-2pm

  • Area 4-

Swad- The Delph near to Sir Nigel Gresley Sat 3rd Oct 10-11pm

Hartshorne- Gosley ave, Outside Shops Mon 5th Oct 12-1pm

  • Area 5-

Midway Outside Elmsleigh stores, Elmsleigh drive Fri 9th Oct 2-3pm

Newhall- Outside Garden King, Park rd. Weds 14th Oct 2-3pm

  • Area 6-

Overseal- Outside Co-op Burton rd. Thurs 15th Oct 11-12pm

Netherseal- Outside Marions shop, Main street Thurs 15th Oct 2-3pm » Less

Posted: Thu, 24 Sep 2020 13:47 by Stephanie Lloyd

How to contact Derbyshire constabulary

How To Contact Derbyshire Constabulary

We'd like to remind you of ways in which you can contact the force.

It is now possible for you to get in touch with us in a range of different ways, to report non-emergencies.

If you don't want to 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 would prefer to physically speak to someone. More »

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

The links you can use to get in touch digitally are:

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, 21 Sep 2020 09:43 by Stephanie Lloyd

New Government Rules Around Social Gatherings

New Government Rules Around Social Gatherings

New Government rules around social gatherings are now in place, in a bid to limit the spread of coronavirus.

The new rules state that when meeting with people you do not live with, you must not meet in a group of more than six. The same rules apply whether you are indoors or outdoors.

Chief Inspector Becky Webster, who is in charge of the policing response to COVID-19 at Derbyshire Constabulary said: More »

"I'd really like to stress that preventing the spread of the virus is a shared effort and police will play their part alongside the Government, local businesses, hospitality owners, local authorities and others.

"We know that the vast majority of our communities have followed the restrictions so far and have made personal sacrifices to do so, in order to keep themselves, their families and friends safe. I'd like to thank the public for their efforts so far and urge people to continue taking the regulations seriously so that we can all protect ourselves and others.

"Officers will continue to be out in our communities engaging, explaining and encouraging people to follow the new regulations and they will have the power to disperse groups of more than six people.

"For those who break the rules and refuse to comply, officers can issue fines.

"However, we are now in a situation where the demands on the police service have returned to pre-COVID levels.

"As such I would encourage everyone to play their part and take personal responsibility for following the rules, and only consider contacting police as a last resort, as we must work together to prevent the spread of this virus."

The Government have compiled a frequently asked questions page on their website and this also outlines any exemptions to the rule of six. Please ensure that you familiarise yourself with this guidance and any exceptions.

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Posted: Wed, 16 Sep 2020 13:02 by Stephanie Lloyd