Hi and welcome to Portland Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT).
We are a victim focussed team and work closely with partner agencies to help resolve the policing priorities of the local community.
To see our section priorities, please visit the Weymouth and Portland Homepage.
Please see below for our local priorities and actions taken towards them.
To meet us, see the local engagement events below or follow us on our local Facebook Page for the most up to date information.
Meet your local officers
PCSO Nick Bool
PC Mike Holman
PS Sam Goom
PC Julian Dingle
PCSO Jason Newall
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Telephone: 101 for non-emergency calls. In an emergency please call 999.
If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available or take a message.
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Neighbourhood Policing Team
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: Weymouth Police Station Radipole Lane Chickerell Weymouth DT4 9WW.
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.