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Northumberland

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Aggravated burglary in Blyth
25 Oct 14
Hit and run collision in Bedlington
24 Oct 14
Man charged with Bedlington burglary
23 Oct 14
Road safety operation in Ponteland
23 Oct 14
Appeal to trace Dominic Broadley
23 Oct 14

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Kevin Bebbington - Convicted of Drunk and Disorderly
09 Oct 14
John Thomson - Convicted of Theft - Shoplifting
09 Oct 14
Stuart Robert Weatherston - Convicted of Theft - Shoplifting
09 Oct 14
Stephen Clazie - Convicted of Breach of Asbo
06 Oct 14
Michael Mullen - Convicted of Driving Above Limit (excess alcohol)
02 Oct 14

Area Command Headquarters

Bedlington Police Station

Bedlington Police Station
Schalksmuhle Road
Bedlington
NE22 7LA

Telephone: 101
Opening hours: Open 24 hours

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Who's who

Chief Superintendent Gordon Milward Chief Superintendent
Gordon Milward (7949)
Area Commander

Northumberland has a total land area of just under 2000 sq miles, with a population of 311,000. Approximately 50% of the population live in just 5% of the area, within the South East urban areas of Ashington, Blyth, Cramlington and Bedlington.

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Our Commitment

Northumbria Police is committed to tackling crime in your area.

We want to know what your issues are and how we can help solve them.

You can view our commitment to you here.

You can contact us via the 'Feedback' link or you can call the police on:

Call 999 if there is any danger or risk to life or a crime in progress.

Call 101 for non-emergencies.
This is a general number to contact the police and request information or advice.

Text 07786 200 814 for non-emergencies.

Ways To Take Action

There are several ways in which you can get involved in policing your local area: