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Welcome to Davyhulme East

Useful information

  • Stretford Police Station
    Talbot Road
    Stretford
    M32 0UX

    Disabled Access: Yes
    Enquiry Desk: 101
    Special Notices:
  • Monday 8am - 8pm
    Tuesday 8am - 8pm
    Wednesday 8am - 8pm
    Thursday 8am - 8pm
    Friday 8am - 8pm
    Saturday 10am - 6pm
    Sunday 10am - 6pm
    Bank Holidays: Closed

  • Altrincham Police Station
    Barrington Road
    Altrincham
    WA14 1HZ

    Disabled Access: Yes
    Enquiry Desk: 101
    Special Notices: The front desk at Altrincham is now closed. Please use the yellow phone outside Altrincham station to speak to an operator for assistance.
  • Monday Closed
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday Closed
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Bank Holidays: Closed

  • Altrincham Police Station
    Barrington Road
    Altrincham
    WA14 1HZ

    Disabled Access: Yes
    Enquiry Desk: 101
    Special Notices: The nearest Police Station is Stretford Police Station, Talbot Road, Stretford.
  • Monday Closed
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday Closed
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Bank Holidays: Closed

  • Urmston Police Station
    Crofts Bank Road
    Urmston
    M41 0UZ

    Disabled Access: N/A
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices:
  • Monday Closed
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday Closed
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Bank Holidays: Closed

  • Partington Police Station
    Central Road
    Partington
    M31 4FL

    Disabled Access: N/A
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices:
  • Monday Closed
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday Closed
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Bank Holidays: Closed

  • Sale Police Station
    Tatton Place
    Sale
    M33 7ED

    Disabled Access: N/A
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices:
  • Monday Closed
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday Closed
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Bank Holidays: Closed

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:

  • Youths causing annoyance - antisocial behaviour

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.

None currently scheduled

Your local Inspector(s)

Stuart Smith

Inspector Stuart Smith


Meet the Team

  • Roger Marler - Sergeant

    Roger Marler

  • Craig Boardman - Constable

    Craig Boardman

  • Helen Boothman - Constable

    Helen Boothman

  • Kirsty Cuerden - Police Community Support Officer

    Kirsty Cuerden

  • Lorraine O'Neill - Police Community Support Officer

    Lorraine O'Neill

  • Steve Foster - Police Community Support Officer

    Steve Foster

  • Steve Wright - Police Community Support Officer

    Steve Wright


Helpful Websites

Age Concern

Get involved - Special Constables

Get Involved - Volunteers

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

Greater Manchester Victims' Services

Home Watch

Manchester Council crime advice

North West Ambulance Service

Office of Police & Crime Commissioner



Updates

74-year-old man sentenced for exploiting young girls

Gary Strickland (08/07/1941) of Harington Close, Urmston, was sentenced at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court on Monday 5 June 2017 to five years and one month in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of child abduction, two counts of taking an indecent image of a child and facilitating or arranging the commission of a child sex offence.

Don’t get trapped in the web on Safer Internet Day

As part of Safer Internet Day 2017 on Tuesday 7th February, Greater Manchester Police is reminding people on how to help protect themselves from becoming a victim of cybercrime.

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