Local policing teams work with and within their local local communities so they can learn more about the concerns and priorities of the people who live there and can tackle those issues on the ground. They can use their specialist knowledge to offer crime prevention advice, to deal with anti-social behaviour, reduce crime and protect vulnerable people.
East Cambridgeshire and Bottisham Neighbourhood Police Team
Consists of a dedicated Sergeant, Police Constables (PCs) and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) under the command of an Inspector, the teams are supported by additional officers from across the wider area, including Neighbourhood Support Teams.
- Insp Simon Birch
- Sergeant Mat Lupton-Pike
- PC Jamie Brown
- PC Graham Chaplin
- PC Chris Mcloughlin
- PC Mark Wootton
- PCSO Magdalena Harvey
To Contact Your Local Policing Team
Visit the website at: https://www.cambs.police.uk/area/your-area/local-policing-team-contact/contact-your-local-policing-team/
or email email@example.com
You can also find them on Facebook (Policing East Cambridgeshire) on Twitter @EastCambsCops
BUT ... if it feels like a certain situation could get heated or violent very soon, or someone in immediate danger and you or others need support right away then call 999 now.
Report Anti-Social Behaviour
Report Non-Urgent Crimes, Seek Guidance, Report Suspicious Activity
Live web chat is another way you can speak to operators in the Demand Hub. Live chat can be used to:
- report non-urgent crimes,
- seek advice, guidance or support, or
- tell us about something suspicious you've seen or heard.
Messages are handled in the same way as online reports or 101 calls, but can be much faster. The only difference between calling 101 and using web chat is the technology used. The process operators follow after they receive the information is exactly the same.
East Cambridgeshire Priorities - January-April:
- Drug use & dealing - linked to CSE, exploitation and knife crime in Ely and Littleport
- Anti-social driving and speeding - linked to dangerous driving in Ely and perceptions of car cruises
- Anti-social behaviour in Bottisham, Ely and Littleport
Community Engagement Events
East Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Police Team run quarterly online meetings. Hear you can hear direct from the officers policing our area, hear about recent activity. They are there to listen to your concerns and allow you to shape future activity.
Each quarter they have an online survey so they can build up a picture of what is happening in this area and what is concerning residents the most. They then invite you to join them at this online meeting.
Community Engagement Meeting dates:
4th July @ 7pm
3rd October @ 7pm
9th January @ 7pm
You can register your place at:
Your Local Police Station can be found at:
Parkside Police Station, Parkside, Cambridge, CB1 1JG