Durham Constabulary

Telephone: 101
Website: http://www.durham.police.uk
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About Durham Constabulary

The force team have provided the following description of their work:

Durham Constabulary polices the area of County Durham and Darlington Borough, which together occupy an area of 2,232 sq. km. The area is predominantly rural, with more than half of its residents living in settlements of less than 10,000 people. There are 12 main towns and over 260 small towns and villages, many of which are former colliery villages. The population of the constabulary area is estimated to be 604,900 (ONS mid year estimate 2007), of which 1.2% are from ethnic minority groups

Neighbourhoods within Durham Constabulary

The Durham Constabulary includes the following policing neighbourhoods:

Annfield Plain and New Kyo
Bank Top
Barnard Castle Town
Bearpark
Belmont and Gilesgate
Benfieldside
Billy Row, Roddymoor and Stanley Crook
Bishop Auckland Town and Toronto
Bishop Middleham and Cornforth Ward
Blackhall, Castle Eden, Hesleden, Crimdon and Sheraton
Blackhill
Bournmoor
Bowburn and Cassop
Brancepeth
Brandon
Broom Ward
Broompark
Burnhope
Burnopfield
Byerley (Shildon)
Castleside
Catchgate
Central and Town Centre
Chester Central (Front Street)
Chester North (including South Pelaw)
Chester South (Garden Farm Estate)
Chester West (The Avenues)
Chilton Ward
Cockerton East
Cockerton West
Colleges
Consett East
Consett North
Consett South
Cornsay
Coundon, Leeholme, Middleston, Newfield and Binchester
Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill
Craghead and South Stanley
Crook Town and Sunniside
Crossgate and North End
Croxdale East
Delves Lane
Deneside, East Lea, West Lea, Dalton Heights, Seaton and Northlea
Dipton
Durham City
Easington Colliery, Village and Grants Houses
East Teesdale and Gaunless Valley
Eastbourne
Ebchester and Medomsley
Edmondsley
Eldon, Close House, Coronation and Auckland Park
Esh and Langley Park
Esh Winning, Waterhouses and Hamilton Row
Evenwood, Ramshaw, Hamsterley, Windmill, Toft Hill, High Etherley, Escomb and Etherley
Faverdale
Ferryhill Town and Dean Bank
Fishburn and Old Trimdon Ward
Framwellgate Moor and Pity Me
Frosterley
Gilesgate
Grange Villa
Great Lumley
Greenfield Middridge Ward
Harrowgate Hill
Haswell
Haughton East
Haughton North
Haughton West
Heighington and Coniscliffe
Henknowle, South Church and Cockton Hill
Horden North
Horden South
Howden-le-Wear, North Bitchburn, High Grange and Wilton-le-Wear
Hummersknott
Hurworth
Kelloe
Lanchester
Langley Moor and Meadowfield
Lascelles
Leadgate
Lingfield
Low Spennymoor and Tudhoe Grange Ward
Ludworth Shadforth and Sherburn Hill
Middlestone Ward, Byers Green and Kirk Merrington
Middleton St George
Mowden
Muggleswick
Murton, Dalton-le-Dale, Hawthorn, Cold Heseldon and Dalton Park
Nettlesworth and Kimblesworth
Neville and Simpasture Ward
Neville's Cross
New Brancepeth and Alum Waters
New Trimdon and Trimdon Grange Ward
Newton Hall
North Road
Northgate
Ouston
Park East
Park West
Pelton
Pelton Fell
Peterlee Town
Pierremont
Pittington and West Rainton
Riverside and Holmlands Park
Sacriston
Sadberge and Whessoe
Seaham Town, Dawdon and Parkside
Sedgefield Ward
Shadforth
Shafto St. Marys Ward
Sherburn Hill Shadforth and Ludworth
Sherburn Road
Sherburn Village
Shincliffe and High Shincliffe
Shotton Colliery
South Hetton
South Moor
South Teesdale
Spennymoor Ward
Stanhope
Stanley and Shield Row
Stanley Hall
Sunnybrow and Hunwick
Sunnydale (Shildon)
Tanfield
The Dales
Thickley Ward
Thornley and Wheatley Hill
Tow Law
Trimdon Village
Tudhoe Ward
Upper Weardale, Edmundbyers and Hunstanworth
Urpeth (Beamish, West Pelton and Handenhold)
Ushaw Moor
Waldridge Village and Waldridge Park Estate
West (Aycliffe) Ward
West Auckland, St Helens and Tindale
West Rainton
Willington and Oakenshaw
Wingate, Hutton Henry, Station Town and Deaf Hill
Witton Gilbert
Wolsingham
Woodham Ward
Woodhouse Close Estate, Greenfields and Etherley Dene
Woodstone and Fencehouses

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