The neighbourhood policing team is made up of police officers, police community support officers and special constables. They work with local people to find out what matters most to you in the area you live. They work together with the community and other partners to tackle local problems and help improve the quality of life for local residents.
You can have some influence on future policing priorities by attending your next PACT (Police and Communities Together) meeting.
Your neighbourhood policing team regularly hold PACT meetings and PACT drop in sessions to give you the opportunity to have some influence on the policing of your neighbourhood. The purpose of the meeting is:
- To talk to your neighbourhood policing team about issues that concern you.
- To receive updates from members of your neighbourhood policing team regarding progress made in resolving issues.
- To involve all members of your community in improving quality of life in your neighbourhood.
How to contact your Neighbourhood Policing Team:
Seaham Police Station
The Station at Seaham is operational on a 24 hour basis but the front counter is only open Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm. Outside these hours an intercom system and CCTV facility is available to link callers to the Communications Centre.
If you are interested in knowing about crime rates in your area then the Police have developed a new Local Crime Information website to allow you to access this information.