Did you know you can receive all the latest information from your local Safer Neighbourhood policing team to your phone, fax or e-mail address?
Derbyshire Constabulary’s community messaging service is a completely free way to get information from your local police, delivered by email, telephone voice message, fax or text message.
The system is very flexible. You will only receive messages that are appropriate to your area, your occupation or your interests. If you decide to receive telephone messages, you can also choose a specific time to receive them.
The community messaging service offers you:
Updates from your local Safer Neighbourhood team, such as how a policing priority is progressing.
Information about crime and policing issues in your area.
Warnings about bogus callers and distraction burglaries.
Crime reduction advice.
All the dates for police meetings in your area.
Details of police and partner events.
When sending you a message about a crime, a crime reference number is incorporated. If you have any information about the crime and wish to ring, there is a dedicated number especially for information relating to community messaging.
To find out more about the community messaging service, visit website www.derbyshire.police.uk.
To register with the community messaging service contact Derbyshire Constabulary on 0345 123 33 33, or log on to www.derbyshire.police.ukand ask for the Community Messaging Officer for your area.
L to R: PC Mick Shaw, PCSO John Midgley and Sgt Richard Booth
(L to R) - PC Barry Bacon and PCSO Steven Slater
PCSO Paula Johnson and PC Becky Salt