- Burglary in Northumberland
- 23 Feb 15
- Man dies in collision
- 21 Feb 15
- Collision in Berwick
- 31 Jan 15
- Search ends for 'missing' man
- 17 Jan 15
- Appeal for witnesses after collision
- 15 Jan 15
- North Sunderland & Seahouses Parish Council Meeting (02 Mar 15 - 19:00pm)
- Beadnell Parish Council Meeting (11 Mar 15 - 18:30pm)
- Ford and Etal Parish Council Meeting (11 Mar 15 - 19:00pm)
- Road Safety Instruction (19 Mar 15 - 09:00am)
- Wooler Parish Council Meeting (30 Mar 15 - 19:00pm)
- William Ferguson - Convicted of Driving above limit - excess alcohol, also a Public Order Sec 5 offence
- 19 Feb 15
- Jonathan Bruce Fairbairn - Convicted of Common Assault
- 16 Feb 15
- Stephen Clazie - Convicted of Breach of ASBO
- 12 Feb 15
- Samuel William Brumwell - Convicted of Common Assault
- 05 Feb 15
- Alexander Curle - Convicted of Using a vehicle without insurance
- 02 Feb 15
Your Local Police Station
Berwick Police Station
Berwick upon Tweed
Opening hours: Open 24 hours
Inspector Davy Garrick Neighbourhood InspectorI am the Neighbourhood Inspector for Berwick, Seahouses and Wooler Neighbourhood Team
Your Neighbourhood Sergeants
- Sgt Steve Crane (1280)
- Sergeant Andy Pullen (3249)
- PC Kyle Currie (303)
- PC Ashley Rutherford (3648)
- PC Alan Morton (8813)
- PC Andrew Harle (8959)
- PC Stuart Brimble (2076)
- PC Rebecca Perry (8702)
- PC Daniel Perry (281)
- PC Mark Lynn (3096)
- PC Sean Amer (2807)
- PC Andy Clark (904)
- PC Susan Aitken (8385)
- PC John Lynch (1103)
- PC Beth Spours (3737)
- PCSO Michelle Hornsby (6563)
- PCSO Fred Patterson (9161)
- PCSO Gail Cassidy (9226)
- PCSO Russell Stalker (4965)
Your Neighbourhood Beat Managers
Your Police Community Support Officers
Your Neighbourhood's Policing Support
The team listed above is fully supported by detectives, response police officers, specialist resources such as motor patrols and dogs and police staff.
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.