Local area news
- Man found injured in Cresswell dies in hospital
- 27 Jul 17 00:00 AM
- UPDATE: Man identified following fatal collision in Northumberland
- 26 May 17 16:00 PM
- Operation Checkpoint tackles rural crime
- 19 May 17 11:35 AM
- Rural crime a policing priority
- 11 May 17 11:52 AM
- Appeal following serious assault in Northumberland
- 26 Apr 17 11:00 AM
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Your Local Police Station
Austin House, Sanderson Arcade, Morpeth, NorthumberlandNE61 1NS
Opening hours: 9am – 5pm (5 days a week)
Insp Sue Fryer / Insp Liz Hall
Your Neighbourhood Sergeants
Sgt Ian Forster
Amble and Rural Morpeth including: Hauxley, Broomhill, Red Row, Hadston, Widdrington, Druridge Bay, Ulgham, West Thirston, Acklington, HMP Northumberland, Eshott, Burgham, Longhorsley, Netherwitton, Stanton, Mitford, Hartburn, Middleton, Scots Gap, Cambo,
Sgt Chrissie Skillen
Morpeth Town, Pegswood, Longhirst, Hepscott and Stannington
Your Neighbourhood Beat Managers
PC Gary Metcalfe
St Georges Hospital/Northgate Hospital
PC Paul Dent
West Thirston, Acklington, Eshott, Broomhill, Hadston, Druridge Bay, Widdrington, Creswell, Ulgham and Red Row.
PC Andrea Taylor
Pegswood/Morpeth Town/surounding estates/Stannington and Hepscott/Longhirst
PC Andrea Teasdale
PC Andrew Brown
Morpeth Town/surrounding estates/Stannington/Hepscott/Longhirst/Pegswood
PC Liz Wilson
West Thirston, Acklington, Eshott, Broomhill, Hadston, Druridge Bay, Widdrington, Creswell, Ulgham and Red Row
Your Police Community Support Officers
PCSO Holly Went
Longhorsley/Middleton/Hartburn/Scots Gap/Cambo/Neterwitton/Mitford and Pigdon
PCSO Paul Moorhead
Morpeth Town and Estates/Stannington/Hepscott/Longhirst/Pegswood
PCSO Simon Beavers
Morpeth Town/surrounding estates/Pegswood/Longhirst/Stobhill/Stannington/Hepscott
PCSO Susan McCallum
West Thirston, Acklington, Eshott, Broomhill, Hadston, Druridge Bay, Widdrington, Creswell,Ulgham and Red Row.
Northumbria Police is committed to tackling crime in your area.
We want to know what your issues are and how we can help solve them.
You can view our commitment to you here.
You can contact us via the 'Feedback' link or you can call the police on:
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
There are several ways in which you can get involved in policing your local area: