Street-level crime in Exeter

Crime for Exeter

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Exeter Police enquiry office
Exeter Police enquiry office
Devon & Cornwall Police
Heavitree Road
Exeter
Devon
EX1 2LR
EX1 2LR

Closed: Sunday and every Bank Holiday

Additional accessibility available:?
    
•    Language Line (yes),
    •    Safe Place (yes),
    •    Dementia Aware (yes),
    •    Height Adjustable Counter (no)

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: ExeterNeighbourhoodPolicingTeamEast@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk

Countess Wear & Topsham neighbourhood policing team

PC Helen Harris
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Insp Simon Arliss
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PCSO Anthony Keller
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Sgt Peter Shabytah
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About this neighbourhood

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The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Devon & Cornwall Police.

Messages and events

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Upcoming events

  • Chatterbox

    When: 1st June 2018, 9.00am

    Where:

    We will drop in to the dicussions held once a month.

     

    Chatterbox is the community café run by the church, with volunteers from the wider village.

    It has a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and lots of local people use it regularly.  We used to meet in the Village Hall, but while they are having their major refurbishments, we are moving to the Community Centre – the old school on the main road.


    It is open every Friday morning between 9am - 12 noon. Parents, why not pop in after you have dropped your children at school? There are plenty of toys for toddlers.


    Later in the morning some of the older residents take their place! It’s a good place to come and meet friends, or just enjoy a cup of coffee while you read one of the newspapers kindly donated each week by one of our regulars.


    As well as fair-trade tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cold drinks; we offer toast, crumpets and home-made cakes and cheese scones, made and donated by staff and customers.


    You are welcome to borrow books and jigsaws from our library.
    There are no fixed prices – customers are welcome donate whatever they wish. Our vision was to offer this service to the community, and we are encouraged that for the 7 years we have been open, each year the finances have just broken even – God’s provision in practice!


    Do come and join us - meet old friends, make new ones. A warm and chatty welcome to all.

    For more details please contact chatterbox direct

  • Meet the Police

    When: 4th June 2018, 8.00am

    Where:

    Subject to operational requirements, members of the local Neighbourhood Police Team do their  best to attend some of the local events scheduled by the Polsloe Community Association. We have no fixed dates at the moment, but we will post any further information on our Exeter Neighbourhood Team Facebook and Twitter accounts .

     For more information on Polsloe Community Association events, please click on the following link: https://polsloecommunityassociation.wordpress.com/page/

     

  • The Living Room Youth Club

    When: 6th June 2018, 3.30pm

    Where:

    The Living Room is a youth club for any youngsters from across Exeter who are in school years 9 to 11. It is organised and run by The Beacon Youth which is part of Isca Church. Local Police Community Support Officers will visit the club regularly to speak with youngsters and youth leaders.

  • Chatterbox

    When: 8th June 2018, 9.00am

    Where:

    We will drop in to the dicussions held once a month.

     

    Chatterbox is the community café run by the church, with volunteers from the wider village.

    It has a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and lots of local people use it regularly.  We used to meet in the Village Hall, but while they are having their major refurbishments, we are moving to the Community Centre – the old school on the main road.


    It is open every Friday morning between 9am - 12 noon. Parents, why not pop in after you have dropped your children at school? There are plenty of toys for toddlers.


    Later in the morning some of the older residents take their place! It’s a good place to come and meet friends, or just enjoy a cup of coffee while you read one of the newspapers kindly donated each week by one of our regulars.


    As well as fair-trade tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cold drinks; we offer toast, crumpets and home-made cakes and cheese scones, made and donated by staff and customers.


    You are welcome to borrow books and jigsaws from our library.
    There are no fixed prices – customers are welcome donate whatever they wish. Our vision was to offer this service to the community, and we are encouraged that for the 7 years we have been open, each year the finances have just broken even – God’s provision in practice!


    Do come and join us - meet old friends, make new ones. A warm and chatty welcome to all.

    For more details please contact chatterbox direct

  • The Hub Youth Club

    When: 14th June 2018, 6.30pm

    Where:

    The Hub is a youth club for any youngsters from across Exeter who are in school years 7 to 9. It is organised and run by The Beacon Youth which is part of Isca Church. Local Police Community Support Officers will visit the club regularly to speak with youngsters and youth leaders.

  • Chatterbox

    When: 15th June 2018, 9.00am

    Where:

    We will drop in to the dicussions held once a month.

     

    Chatterbox is the community café run by the church, with volunteers from the wider village.

    It has a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and lots of local people use it regularly.  We used to meet in the Village Hall, but while they are having their major refurbishments, we are moving to the Community Centre – the old school on the main road.


    It is open every Friday morning between 9am - 12 noon. Parents, why not pop in after you have dropped your children at school? There are plenty of toys for toddlers.


    Later in the morning some of the older residents take their place! It’s a good place to come and meet friends, or just enjoy a cup of coffee while you read one of the newspapers kindly donated each week by one of our regulars.


    As well as fair-trade tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cold drinks; we offer toast, crumpets and home-made cakes and cheese scones, made and donated by staff and customers.


    You are welcome to borrow books and jigsaws from our library.
    There are no fixed prices – customers are welcome donate whatever they wish. Our vision was to offer this service to the community, and we are encouraged that for the 7 years we have been open, each year the finances have just broken even – God’s provision in practice!


    Do come and join us - meet old friends, make new ones. A warm and chatty welcome to all.

    For more details please contact chatterbox direct

  • Meet the Police

    When: 15th June 2018, 7.00pm

    Where:

    Members of the local Neighbourhood Police Team often attend the 100 Club on a Friday evening, subject to operational requirements.

    If we are unable to attend and you would like to speak to us, please do so by contacting us on 101 or via the Devon and Cornwall Police website.

  • Chatterbox

    When: 22nd June 2018, 9.00am

    Where:

    We will drop in to the dicussions held once a month.

     

    Chatterbox is the community café run by the church, with volunteers from the wider village.

    It has a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and lots of local people use it regularly.  We used to meet in the Village Hall, but while they are having their major refurbishments, we are moving to the Community Centre – the old school on the main road.


    It is open every Friday morning between 9am - 12 noon. Parents, why not pop in after you have dropped your children at school? There are plenty of toys for toddlers.


    Later in the morning some of the older residents take their place! It’s a good place to come and meet friends, or just enjoy a cup of coffee while you read one of the newspapers kindly donated each week by one of our regulars.


    As well as fair-trade tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cold drinks; we offer toast, crumpets and home-made cakes and cheese scones, made and donated by staff and customers.


    You are welcome to borrow books and jigsaws from our library.
    There are no fixed prices – customers are welcome donate whatever they wish. Our vision was to offer this service to the community, and we are encouraged that for the 7 years we have been open, each year the finances have just broken even – God’s provision in practice!


    Do come and join us - meet old friends, make new ones. A warm and chatty welcome to all.

    For more details please contact chatterbox direct

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