Corfe Mullen

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Corfe Mullen is a large village in the rural section of East Dorset. The village has an approximate population of 10,133 as per the 2011 census.

The residents benefit from diverse shopping facilities, a community centre and active Parish Council maintaining over 55 acres of public recreational land. There is mixed housing, with an emphasis on detached properties. Much of Corfe Mullen is semi-rural with farms, riding stables and countryside businesses.

Corfe Mullen is a low crime area within East Dorset, which is itself a low crime section of Dorset. On average over the last 6 years, there have been 233 crimes per year with only minor variation year on year. Corfe Mullen currently enjoys a lower crime rate than it did in 2010.

Local priorities

Current Priorities - July 2019 

1. Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) – Towers Way

2. Safeguarding of Vulnerable People

3. Fraud & Doorstep crime


You said - we did

This section is for us to share some of the daily work we do on your behalf.

You said
There is an increase in Burglaries / Shed Breaks
We did
We have worked alongside Homewatch by canvassing the area with high visibility patrols informing residents of the incidents and advising ways in which they can improve their home security. The Team are promoting home security checks at surgeries and via social media and if this is something you’d be interested in, please email the team.
You said
We are concerned about speeding along the main roads through Corfe Mullen.
We did
The Community Speedwatch Team have conducted regular speed checks in these areas throughout the Summer and will continue to do so.
You said
Littering has started to occur at the new skate park at Corfe Mullen
We did
The team have attended the area when possible and spoken with youths responsible and ensured they picked up the rubbish and placed it all in the bins.

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Speak with the team at one of the following local events.

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Your inspector

Inspector Simon Perry
Inspector Simon Perry

Your local station

Wimborne Police Station Hanham Road Wimborne BH21 1AS

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Corfe Mullen

Neighbourhood Policing Team

Lorraine Potter PCSO 7126
Lorraine Potter PCSO 7126
Neal Rooke PCSO 5384
Neal Rooke PCSO 5384
Tim Travers PS 0760
Tim Travers PS 0760
What we do

Neighbourhood policing improves the quality of life within Dorset communities. Working together with partner agencies and problem-solving with local people and groups, we will target the policing issues that matter most in your area.

Get in touch with us today to raise any issues you have and to find out what priorities we are currently working on. This is your chance to influence the service that the police, and our partners, provide.

You can contact us via the Dorset Police website or social media, where we also promote upcoming meetings and events. We are based at: Wimborne Police Station Hanham Road Wimborne BH21 1AS.

In an emergency

The Neighbourhood Policing Team works with colleagues across Dorset Police, but does not respond to emergency calls. If a crime is in progress or life is in danger, always dial 999 immediately, so we can help you as quickly as possible.

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