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Two new arrivals to the North Shields NPT

23 Apr 2018 14:00 PM

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Residents in North Shields are set to see two new faces patrolling the streets – after the local neighbourhood team welcomed two new recruits.
PC Carolyn Cahart-Harris and PC Jordan Sadler are getting to know their new surroundings today after joining the North Shields Neighbourhood Policing Team.
They will be getting to know members of the public in the area as they take in the sea breeze across their new beat.
Carolyn will cover West Chirton, Norham High School and Tyne Tunnel Trading Estates areas in her role as Neighbourhood Beat Manager having joined the team from 24/7 patrol after becoming a police officer in 2015. 
She knows the area of knows North Shields very well, having previously worked as a Community Support Officer (CSO) in North Shields town centre. In total, she has ten years of service with Northumbria Police.
Her new colleague Jordan is coming on board as Neighbourhood Beat Manager for North Shields town centre and Fish Quay. 
He has been with Northumbria Police for five years, starting his career as a call handler in the force Communications Centre. 
Jordan became a police officer in December 2014 and has been working in North Tyneside ever since then.
Neighbourhood Sergeant Guy Morgan for North Shields and Whitley Bay is looking forward to welcoming the two new members to the North Shields Neighbourhood Policing Team.
He said: “Both of our new recruits are keen, motivated and looking forward to engaging with the community of North Shields.
“From my point of view, Carolyn and Jordan will be great additions to the team and will allow for further resources to address and support other people in the area. 
"If you have any enquires for me or the team please contact us on 101 or email the North Shields NPT mailbox at northshields.npt@northumbria.pnn.police.uk.”
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