Local area news
- Police gear up to The Tall Ships Races 2018 in Sunderland
- 21 Jun 18 09:00 AM
- Advice to residents as police look to tackle burglary & car crime
- 31 May 18 12:00 PM
- Police appeal for witnesses following road traffic collision in Washington
- 23 May 18 16:00 PM
- Prolific car thief in Sunderland given Criminal Behaviour Order
- 22 May 18 14:00 PM
- Officers launch fresh appeal for 6 most wanted across Sunderland & South Tyneside
- 14 May 18 13:00 PM
Local events & meetings
- 05 Jul 18 - Barmston Residents Meeting (17:00 PM) Barmston Primary school
- 11 Jul 18 - Columbia Residents Meeting (18:00 PM) Columbia Community Centre NE38 7ND
- 09 Aug 18 - Barmston Residents Meeting (17:00 PM) Barmston Primary School
- 15 Aug 18 - Columbia Residents Meeting (18:00 PM) Columbia Community Centre NE38 7ND
- 13 Sep 18 - Barmston Residents Meeting (17:00 PM) Barmston Primary School
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Your Local Police Station
The Galleries, Washington. NE38 7RY
Opening hours: 9am – 5pm (5 days a week)
Inspector Nick Gjorven
( 3694 ) Inspector
Your Neighbourhood Sergeants
Your Neighbourhood Beat Managers
PC James McLeod
PC Emma Maguire
The Galleries, Washington Village & Glebe Village
PC Ian Sharp
Concord & Hertburn
PC Brian Collins
PC Paul Johnson
PC Gordon Bellamy
Biddick, Columbia, Biddick High School
PC Michael Lowes
Lambton, Ayton and Harraton
PC Colin Davison
Albany, Donwell & Usworth
PC Doug Halliday
Nissan, Sulgrave, & Stephenson
Your Police Community Support Officers
PCSO Lisa Watson
Rickleton, Harraton, Fatfield, Barmston & Columbia
PCSO Melissa Cody
Springwell, Donwell, Usworth & Stephenson
PCSO John Scott
PCSO Simon Routledge
Barnwell, Oxclose, Lambton, Ayton & Offerton
PCSO Stephen Crosby
PCSO Susan Peverall
The Galleries, Washington Village, Glebe & Hertburn
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: