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Eggborough Police House - Weeland Road, Eggborough,

The police house in Eggborough on Weeland Road is where our community police officers can often be found. The team of officers is quite large and known as the Selby West Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team. There are people on duty at the police during the hours shown below, you can pop in and log a complaint with them.  

Opening Hours
Monday: 10.00am - 3.00pm
Tuesday: 9.00am - 4.00pm then 6.00pm -8.00pm
Wednesday: 9.00am - 1.00pm
Thursday: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Friday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Saturday: 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Sunday: CLOSED

 Youth Newsletter

Meet the Team
These are our neighbourhood police officers, stop and chat when you see any of them patrolling the area - they appreciate local information. It's only by chatting to locals that our community team can offer support and gain valuable information.


PC 5 Tony Morton
Neighbourhood
Police Officer

 

PCSO 3505 Ann Newbould
PCSO 3505 Ann Newbould
Community
Support Officer

PCSO 3515 Laura Simpson
PCSO 3515 Laura Simpson
Community
Support Officer

*** When your life is under threat - dial 999 ***
*** Non emergency calls - dial 101 ***

Road
Road Safety Issues
Call Emily Proctor our area Road Safety Officer for any problems regarding road safety. 01904 697 008

Crime Prevention
Crime Prevention Officer  - Wayne Leach has now retired.  Advice can be obtained from the team at Eggborough

 

Follow Laura on Twitter

Selby Police Community Support Officer, Laura Simpson is the latest officer from  North Yorkshire Police to keep in touch with her local community through Twitter.

Twitter is an online social networking service and micro blogging service that enables users to send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters known as tweets.

She will be providing regular updates about policing events, crime and general information about issues relevant to her beat.

PCSO Simpson said: “Communicating with local people is key in helping to prevent and detect crime.  We use many ways to communicate with our communities, it is important that we use all available means to reach as many people as possible"

“Twitter is a great way of getting information out to residents quickly and concisely, and it doesn’t cost anything.”

To keep up with Laura’s latest news, follow her at @PCSO3515