Street-level crime in Exeter
Crime for Exeter
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.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Exeter Police enquiry office
Exeter Police enquiry office
Devon & Cornwall Police
- Telephone: 101
- Email: TopshamStLoyes@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk
Countess Wear & Topsham neighbourhood policing team
- PC Shane Nickels
I have been a police officer since 2007, beginning my career as a volunteer and then becoming a full time officer in 2009.
I have a varied background in policing most recently in response and am looking forward to my new challenge in neighbourhood policing.
I am passionate about policing and am committed to ensuring Exeter remains a safe place to live and work.
- PCSO Kevin Shore
I’m the newest member of the Neighbourhood Team and have recently joined Devon and Cornwall Police, something that I’ve aspired to do for a long time.
Having previously worked in retail I enjoy engaging with people and am very approachable, so if you see me out and about please feel free to flag me down and say hello.
- Sgt Martin Burrow
I have been a Police Officer for 15 years across Exeter, East & Mid Devon.
I was responsible for the Neighbourhood Policing Team In Honiton for three years where we took big strides in reducing crime and anti-social behaviour through working together with the community and partner organisations to build information and take enforcement – both criminal and through civil orders such as ASBO’s.
After taking a role at Police Headquarters for 18 months I have now come to Exeter where I am now responsible for the Neighbourhood Policing Team covering the South-East quarter of the city. We have already seen ASB in the Priory area reduce dramatically and that has been down to the local community providing support and good professional working relationships with our partners including Exeter City Council and local schools. I look forward to working with you, the community, to ensure this positive work continues to improve.
- 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 Carolyn Studd
- No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Devon & Cornwall Police to request that they add this information.
About this neighbourhood
The local policing team are based at Heavitree Road Police Station, Exeter.
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The total population of Topsham as recorded in the 2001 Census was 5,023, in 2,594 households. Topsham is an attractive Devon town situated on the Exe estuary. Although part of Exeter, it 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, unique shops and restaurants and provides a quiet space in the country to sit and watch the sailing boats go by. Also part of Topsham is the newly built Newcourt estate. Now well established, when complete will consist of over 3,000 households, it's own school, shops and facilities.
The total population of Countess Wear including the Southbrook Estate as recorded in the 2001 Census was 9,378, in 3,619 households. 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.
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The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Devon & Cornwall Police.