Houghton and Hetton
Local area news
- Crackdown on motorbike disorder continues
- 22 May 17 09:00 AM
- Statement in relation to social media reporting on an attack that happened in Hendon last year
- 05 May 17 19:00 PM
- Police rev up to put the brakes on motorbike disorder
- 26 Apr 17 08:29 AM
- Disorder Disruption Days target anti-social behaviour
- 25 Apr 17 09:06 AM
- Easter patrols to target youth disorder
- 12 Apr 17 09:23 AM
Local events & meetings
- 31 May 17 - East Rainton PACT Meeting (18:00 PM) East Rainton Primary School, School Lane, Houghton DH5 9RA
- 31 May 17 - Easington Lane PACT Meeting (18:00 PM) Elcap, Easington Lane
- 01 Jun 17 - Racecourse Estate PACT Meeting (18:00 PM) Bethany Centre, Hetton Road
- 06 Jun 17 - Hetton PACT Meeting (18:00 PM) Hetton & District Working Men's Club & Institute
- 13 Jun 17 - Fence Houses, Chilton Moor, Dubmire & Rainton Meadows PACT Meeting (18:00 PM) Gentoo Community Centre, Brancepeth Avenue, Fence Houses
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Your Local Police Station
Dairy Lane, Houghton le Spring. DH4 5BL
Opening hours: Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm (closed bank holidays)
( 7441 ) Inspector
Your Neighbourhood Sergeants
Your Neighbourhood Beat Managers
PC Mark Ellis
Houghton Town Centre
PC Geoff Hudson
Hetton and Eppleton
PC Nicola Adams
Moorlsey and Peat Carr
PC Adam Carlton
PC Simon Hayes
PC Simon Watson
Houghton Town Centre residents, Villa, Burnside, Sunderland Street/Baker Street areas
PC Julie Rey
Penshaw and Offerton
PC Philip Dixon
East Rainton, Peat Carr and Moorsley
PC Stu Conway
Your Police Community Support Officers
PCSO Harvey Kirkup
Easington Lane, Moorsley, Peat Carr, East Rainton
PCSO Caryn Wilson
Newbottle, Penshaw, New Herrington & Shiney Row
PCSO Martyn Richardson
PCSO Stephanie Anderson
Hetton Town Centre, Eppleton, Park Estate, Racecourse Estate
PCSO Caryn Wilson
Nebottle, Penshaw, New Herrington and Shiney Row
PCSO Susan Peverall
The Galleries, Glebe & Washington Village
Northumbria Police is committed to tackling crime in your area.
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Call 999 if there is any danger or risk to life or a crime in progress.
Call 101 for non-emergencies.
This is a general number to contact the police and request information or advice.
Text 07786 200 814 for non-emergencies.
Ways To Take Action
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