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Street-level crime in Great Malvern

Crime for Great Malvern

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Hindlip Hall Police Headquarters
Hindlip Hall Police Headquarters
West Mercia Police Headquarters, Hindlip Hall, PO Box 55, Worcester, WR3 8SP
WR3 8SP

  • Telephone: 101 (In an emergency always call 999)
  • Email: upton.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

Upton neighbourhood policing team

Inspector Deborah Sanders

Inspector Deborah Sanders is responsible for the Safer Neighbourhood Teams in Malvern, Upton and Tenbury. She has 18 years service with West Mercia Police, and has been in this post since October 2014. Prior to that, she was a Patrol Inspector, responsible for 24/7 response policing in South Worcestershire.

Police Community Support Officer Claire Doughty-Smith

Claire joined West Mercia in 2007 after working for Sussex Police from 2004 - 2007. During her time with West Mercia, she has been part of the Safer Neighbourhood Teams in the Hagley area patrolling Hagley, Belbroughton, Romsley and the Clent Hills. She then patrolled Leominster Rural before tranferring to Malvern, initially on the Chase & Priory ward and now Upton SNT. Claire has gained lots of experience from this role dealing with lots of different things from road traffic collisions, fallen trees, livestock on main roads, disputes, traffic control, fights usually alcohol fuelled to all sorts of different events and protests. As well as meeting with other organisations to help lots of different communities, Claire is also First Aid trained. She also holds community surgeries in either community halls, scout huts, where ever the public go the most also the library is a good one. These surgeries are for anybody who feels they need to talk to us about personal or community issues which are police related, if the subject is not police related we can then hopefully advise people where to get the help they need with all the relevant contact details.

Police Community Support Officer Lisa FREEMAN

My employment started with West Mercia in January 2004 as a an admin clerk in personnel at Hindlip Head quarters.  In October 2004 I became a PCSO and joined the Safer Neighbourhood Teams at Malvern.  I have worked most of the wards in Malvern including Pickersleigh, Link & Dyson, & Priory & Chase.  I have received two commendations, my first one in 2010 for preventing a young woman from jumping from the railway bridge in Malvern Link and more recently for my commitment to a new scheme called Facewatch which is an online crime recording system designed for use by retail outlets in the capture of shoplifters.  In April 2016 I moved to Upton-Upon-Severn where I hope my previous experience will be invaluable to the community.

Sergeant Alexander Denny

Sergeant 2528 Alexander Denny is the Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team Sergeant for Malvern. He has been an officer in West Mercia since December 2011 having transferred from Birmingham West and Central Local Policing Area in West Midlands Police. He has worked on Patrol teams and Safer Neighbourhood teams in both the Constable and Sergeant ranks and was more recently the Sergeant for the South Worcestershire Integrated Management Team within CID. Sergeant Denny joined the Police Service in 2006 initially joining the Ministry of Defence Police before shortly thereafter moving to the Home Office Police Service.

About this neighbourhood

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Upton ward's experienced policing team is comprised of one police constable and two police community support officers who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the residents of the area.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is West Mercia Police.

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