Contact your local Partnership Team with regards to any hate crime you may have been subjected to. If you feel you cannot contact us at GMP, below is a list of alternative Partnership Teams in your area.
Chief Superintendent Neil Evans
Chief Superintendent Neil Evans joined GMP in 2010 and since then has worked in the Force Intelligence Branch and in Tameside, lately seconded to the GM Combined Authority Public Service Reform Team. He started his policing career with West Midlands Police in 1989, working in Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton. Chief Superintendent Evans was Ground Commander for the Shaw gas explosion in 2012, in which a little boy lost his life, and he also led the major safeguarding operation following the...(more)
A man has been jailed after issuing a string of racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic tweets and sending threats to Greater Manchester Police dog handlers
Frank Logan (06/12/1962) of Baguley Crescent in Middleton was sentenced to six years at Minshull Street Crown Court today (Monday 12 February 2018).