Non-emergency contact information for
Durham Constabulary

Contact information
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Email
Not available
Non-emergency
101
Emergency
999
From abroad
+44 345 6060365
Other useful numbers
Police Air Service
01924 292 252
British Transport Police
0800 40 50 40
Civil Nuclear Police
03303 135 400
CrimeStoppers
0800 555 111
Action Fraud
0300 123 2040
Anti-terrorism Hotline
0800 789 321

About Durham Constabulary

Durham Constabulary polices the area of County Durham and Darlington Borough, which together occupy an area of 2,232 sq. km. The area is predominantly rural, with more than half of its residents living in settlements of less than 10,000 people. There are 12 main towns and over 260 small towns and villages, many of which are former colliery villages. The population of the constabulary area is estimated to be 604,900 (ONS mid year estimate 2007), of which 1.2% are from ethnic minority groups

Key people in Durham Constabulary
  • Chief Constable: Jo Farrell
  • Deputy Chief Constable: Dave Orford
  • Assistant Chief Officer: Gary Ridley
  • Special Chief Officer: Dale Checksfield
  • T/Assistant Chief Constable: John Ward
Neighbourhoods covered by Durham Constabulary
Bishop Auckland (Town Central), Bishop Auckland (West), Bishop Auckland (Villages), Bishop Auckland (East), Chester-le-Street (Town Central), Chester-le-Street (Town South), Chester-le-Street (Rural South), Chester-le-Street (Rural North), Chester-le-Street (Rural West), Chester-le-Street (East Villages), Consett (Consett), Consett (Lanchester/Rural), Consett (Blackhill/Ebchester/Leadgate), Crook/Barnard Castle (Crook Town), Crook/Barnard Castle (Willington), Crook/Barnard Castle (Weardale), Crook/Barnard Castle (Barnard Castle Town), Crook/Barnard Castle (Upper Teesdale), Crook/Barnard Castle (Staindrop), Darlington (East), Darlington (East Villages), Darlington (North Road), Darlington (Haughton), Darlington (Cockerton), Darlington (West Villages), Darlington (Town Centre), Durham (Durham City), Durham (Ushaw Moor), Durham (Newton Hall), Durham (Durham City West), Durham (Gilesgate/Sherburn Road/Carrville/Belmont), Durham (Sherburn Village/Sherburn Hill), Durham (High Pittington/ West Rainton), Durham (Shadforth/Ludworth), Durham (Bowburn, Cassop, Shincliffe, High Shincliffe), Durham (Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill), Durham (Croxdale/Hett), Durham (Meadowfield), Newton Aycliffe (Aycliffe North/Middridge), Newton Aycliffe (Aycliffe East), Newton Aycliffe (Aycliffe West), Newton Aycliffe (Sunnydale), Newton Aycliffe (Thickley), Newton Aycliffe (Byerley), Newton Aycliffe (Sedgefield), Newton Aycliffe (Fishburn), Newton Aycliffe (Trimdon Village), Peterlee (Peterlee), Peterlee (Wingate), Peterlee (Wheatley Hill/Thornley), Peterlee (Trimdon), Peterlee (Shotton), Peterlee (Horden), Peterlee (Blackhall), Seaham/Easington (Seaham Town), Seaham/Easington (Seaham West), Seaham/Easington (Seaham North), Seaham/Easington (Murton), Easington / Grants Houses, South Hetton / Haswell / Haswell Plough, Spennymoor/Ferryhill (Spennymoor), Spennymoor/Ferryhill (Tudhoe), Spennymoor/Ferryhill (Low Spennymoor), Spennymoor/Ferryhill (Middlestone Moor), Ferryhill - Ferryhill Town & Dean Bank, Ferryhill - Broom Ward, Ferryhill - West Cornforth/Bishop Middleham, Ferryhill - Chilton Ward, Stanley (Central Stanley), Stanley (North West Stanley), Stanley (South Stanley).

Durham Constabulary jurisdiction area