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

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

Countess Wear & Topsham neighbourhood policing team

PCSO Sarah Haworth

I've been working for Devon & Cornwall Police for over 8 years. In this time I've had numerous roles, starting  in the Intelligence Unit as a Briefing Officer, then joining the Public Protection Unit as part of the Safeguarding Team working for children & vulnerable adults. I have also trained as Special Constable working with Response & Neighbourhood teams in Mid Devon and I have spent the last 3 years as a PCSO in Exeter.

I cover the St Loyes, Countess wear & Topsham areas and love being out on patch every day. This is a fantastic job and I will be here for a long time to come! If you see me whilst out on patrol please feel free to pop over and say hello!

Sgt Martin Burrow
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Devon & Cornwall Police to request that they add this information.
PCSO Anthony Keller

I've been on the Neighbourhood Team in Exeter for several years. Starting in the city centre, I then worked in St James for 3 years and am now based in the Topsham and St Loyes areas. I enjoy getting out and about and meeting new people, being involved in  communities and working with young people.

If you have any concerns or issues that you would like to raise with the team, then please email us via the "contact " section and we will get back to you.

PC Louise Western
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Devon & Cornwall Police to request that they add this information.

About this neighbourhood

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Topsham

The total population of Topsham as recorded in the 2001 Census was 5,023, in 2,594 households. The population has an average age of 48.83. This is a higher average age than most of the wards in Exeter.Topsham is an attractive Devon town situated on the Exe estuary. Now part of Exeter, it nevertheless maintains a distinct identity. Loved by its locals, and savoured by those who visit, Topsham offers tourists and residents alike a mix of river walks, wildlife, a market, unique shops, restaurants and inns and provides a quiet space in the country to sit and watch the sailing boats go by.

Countess Wear

The total population of Countess Wear as recorded in the 2001 Census was 9,378, in 3,619 households, with the average age of residents being a considerably lower 36.12.Countess Wear is named after the Countess of Topsham who fought with the rulers of Exeter over loading rights and thus established the weir, hence the name. The ancient Countess Wear bridge, is the lowest crossing place on the tidal River Exe. Tourists are attracted to this part of the Exe floodplain by its wildlife hotspots and the historic paper mill.

Southbrook Estate

The Southbrook Estate is situated off Topsham Road in between the West of England School and Ludwell Valley Park. The estate has it's own recently reformed Community Association and is a mixture of private housing and sheltered housing.

Newcourt

Newcourt is a new estate being developed in the area between Topsham Road and Old Rydon Lane. The estate will eventually consist of over 3,000 properties and will have it's own school, shops and childrens play areas.

RED ZONES

Devon and Cornwall Police are committed to ensuring visible policing in our locality. Red Zones are areas in each neighbourhood, dedicated to patrols at keys times.

8.30am - 9.30am

Topsham School and Countess Wear Schools

3.30pm - 5.30pm

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

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