We're working hard to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour to make your area a safer place to live and work. You can have your say on how these priorities are set by contacting your neighbourhood policing team and indentifying the issues that matter to you.
Here are the priorities we are currently tackling in your area:
For a full list of priorities, click here
Community meetings are held regularly in your community, giving you an opportunity to speak to your local officers or discuss local policing issues.
Thursday 4 May 2017
Royton Library Rochdale Road royton
When: 13:00 - 15:00
Now that the clocks have gone forward and we are enjoying brighter days, it’s a good time to review both your personal and home security to lessen the chances of falling victim to crime. Many criminals are opportunists and burglars will be on the lookout for open windows and doors to enable quick and quiet entry to addresses. Whilst we should be able to leave our homes open, we do not live in times that allow for this. Only open windows and doors if you are in the same room....click here to read more
Student officer, Cara Delamore has become one of the 85 new recruits to be attested into the role of police officer.
A 21-year old has joined his twin brother as an officer in GMP this week. He was sworn into the force at a formal attestation ceremony on Monday.