Street-level crime in Redditch
Crime for Redditch
Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.
To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
- Telephone: 101 (In an emergency always call 999)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenlands and Lodge Park neighbourhood policing team
- Inspector Darren Webster
I'm Darren Webster and I am responsible for Local Policing in Redditch and I joined the team in April 2015. I have 17 years policing experience mainly working in Warwickshire, my move to North Worcestershire is part of the West Mercia, Warwickshire Police alliance programme and I look forward to the exciting opportunity and challenges ahead.
During my career, I have previously worked in Neighbourhood policing as a PC and a Sergeant, been part a proactive unit targeting drug dealing and burglary and managed 24/7 response policing teams for a number of years dealing with emergency incidents. I also have some specialist skills in Public Order policing and CBRN, which have given me a wide experience of policing and allowed me to see other police forces across the UK.
Leading the Redditch Neighbourhood teams I look forward to working with local partners to tackle issues for the local community, targeting crime and antisocial behaviour and those who cause the most harm.
Its important that your Local Neighbourhood teams listen to local concerns and use information from local people to understand and support the residents and visitors to Redditch to provide policing for the local community.
If you have an issue or matter you want to talk to us about please get in touch using the details below
- Sergeant Neil Billingham
Sergeant Neil Billingham joined West Mercia Police in 1990 and worked on response in Redditch before joining the burglary squad for one year and Reactive CID for four years. He was then promoted to response and became a Safer Neighbourhood Team Sergeant in 1999. He's been working in Church Hill, Winyates and Matchborough since then, and more latterly in Greenlands, Lodge Park and Lakeside.
- Police Constable Helen Keaney
Helen joined West Mercia in 1993 and started her career working as a Response Officer at Redditch. During those 21 years Helen has worked in numerous roles including the Justice Support Unit, attachments to CID and Local Policing. In January 2012, Helen took up her current role as a Safer Neighbourhood Officer for the Lodge Park area of Redditch. Over the past two years, Helen has developed strong local links within the community and looks forward to meeting existing and new residents of the Lodge Park and Greenlands area.
- Police Constable James Campbell
James joined West Mercia in 2001 and started his career as a Local Response Officer at Redditch. During those 15 years James has spent most of his career in uniform. He has also had attachments working as part of a Vehicle Crime Team, Hate Crime and CID. James took up his current role as a Safer Neighbourhood Officer for Greenlands and Lodge Park in October 2015.
- Police Community Support Officer Bradley Hodges
Bradley joined the Greenlands and Lodge Park Safer Neighbourhood Team in December 2014 having transferred from Warwickshire Police.
He is looking forward to working with his new team in Redditch and getting to know the local area.
- Police Community Support Officer Marie Wright
Marie joined West Mercia Police in 2006. After her initial training as a Police Community Support Officer, Marie was placed as a member of the Greenland's and Lodge Park Safer Neighbourhood Team. Marie has also covered the Central area of the town. Feel free to raise any concerns with Marie when you see her on your travels.
- Police Community Support Officer Helen Papadopoullos
Helen joined West Mercia Police in January 2014 as a Police Community Support Officer. After training, Helen joined the Greenlands & Lodge Park Safer Neighbourhood Team in Redditch covering the Woodrow, Greenlands, Lodge Park & St Georges areas. Being a part of the police had been an ambition of Helen's for along time and is very happy to be working in Redditch. Helen is now looking forward to getting to know the community in her area better, so if you see her about on patrol please feel free to stop her and discuss any concerns or issues or to just say hello.
- Police Community Support Officer Gemma Bosco-Woods
After a career in Security Management, Gemma joined West Mercia in March 2007 as a Police Community Support Officer.
She worked for the Safer Neighbourhood Team in Woodrow for two years, then one year covering the South West & Rural area of Redditch before a three year stint in Bromsgrove Town Centre.
In October 2013, Gemma was returned to her origins and is currently serving in the South Redditch area (covering Woodrow again) and loving it!
- Police Community Support Officer Adam Osborne
Adam joined West Mercia Police at the start of 2015 and was with the Greenlands and Lodge Park Safer Neighbourhood Team in March. After initial training Adam joined Tudor Grange as their designated Safer School PCSO.
During the school holidays Adam will be out and about on the patch with the rest of the team, so stop him and say HELLO!
About this neighbourhood
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is West Mercia Police.
Messages and events
GREENHILL PACT, ST AMBROSE HALL AT 19:00 HOURS
When: 30th January 2017, 7.00pm