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West Mercia is split into five local policing areas: Herefordshire, Shropshire, North Worcestershire, South Worcestershire and Telford and Wrekin.

The local policing teams include local CID investigations, response teams and Safer Neighbourhood Teams. Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team is your first point of call to raise issues in your community.

Follow the links below to find your local Safer Neighbourhood Team, with updates from your local area and details of who to contact.

Not sure which Safer Neighbourhood Team covers your area? Click here to enter your postcode and find out.


Herefordshire

HerefordshirePolicing in Herefordshire is led by Superintendent Sue Thomas. The local policing teams work hard to ensure it remains a low crime area and a safe place to live, work and visit. 

Belmont Southside

Bromyard

Golden Valley

Hereford City Northside

Hereford City Southside and Rural

Hereford Rural North

Kington and Weobley

Ledbury

Leominster

Ross on Wye


Shropshire

ShropshireThe Shropshire Policing Area serves a population of over 306,000 people and a geographical area of 3,487 square kilometres. The area is made up of a number of market towns spread across a large rural expanse. Policing is led by Superintendant Jason Wells.

Bishops Castle and Craven Arms Rural

Bridgnorth

Broseley and Much Wenlock

Castle Fields and Bagley

Church Stretton and Craven Arms

Cleobury and Highley

Ellesmere Town and Rural

Harlescott and Sundorne

Ludlow

Market Drayton

Meole Copthorne and Sutton

Oswestry Central

Oswestry Rural North

Oswestry Rural South

Shifnal and Albrighton

Shrewsbury Central

Shrewsbury Rural North and District

Shrewsbury Rural South and West

Wem

Whitchurch 


North Worcestershire

North WorcestershireThe North Worcestershire policing area serves a population of approximately 270,000 living in the 3 Districts of Bromsgrove, Redditch and Wyre Forest. This is a diverse geographical and multi-cultural area with many new and emerging communities. Policing is led by Superintendent Stacey Williamson.

Abbey

Alvechurch and Wythall

Batchley and Central

Bewdley and Rural

Broadwaters

Bromsgrove North and Rural

Bromsgrove South and Rural

Bromsgrove St Johns

Church Hill

Greenhill

Greenlands and Lodge Park

Hagley and Rubery

Headless Cross and Oakenshaw

Kidderminster East

Kidderminster North

Oldington, Foley and Sutton Park

Redditch South West and Rural

Stourport

Winyates and Matchborough 


South Worcestershire

South WorcestershirePolicing across South Worcestershire is currently led by Chief Inspector Jim Baker. The local policing teams cover Worcester City Centre, and a wider, more rural area. 

Arboretum and Claines

Battenhall and Nunnery

Cathedral

Chase and Priory

Droitwich Town East and Rural East

Droitwich Town West and Rural West

Evesham Rural North

Evesham Town North and Rural South

Evesham Town South and Rural West

Gorse Hill and Rainbow Hill

Kempsey and Alfrick

Link and Dyson

Martley and Tenbury

Pershore Rural South and Rural North

Pershore Town

Pickersleigh

St Johns and Bedwardine

Upton

Warndon


Telford and Wrekin

Telford and WrekinThe Telford & Wrekin policing area serves a population of 162,100 across some diverse and emerging communities. Policing is led by Superintendent Tom Harding.

Arleston and College

Brookside

Cuckoo Oak and Ironbridge

Dawley and Malinslee

Donnington and Trench

Hadley and Leegomery

Ketley and Oakengates

Lawley and Overdale

Newport

St Georges and Priorslee

The Nedge

Wellington North

Wellington West and Rural

Woodside and Madeley

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