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Whitehaven Priorities

  • Whitehaven Priorities
    Issue was set on Monday, April 19
    • +++ We are working hard to deal with those responsible for the issues concerned- anyone with any information regarding crimes in this area is asked to contact police on 101 or to If there is a crime in progress or in an emergency call 999. Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. +++
    • To keep up to date with what we are up to you can subscribe to our social media accounts. We have a Facebook page which you can access here This will allow you to see what your Local Policing Team are up to and engage with them across a virtual police desk.
    • Our Twitter Page can be accessed here Where you can follow our Neighbourhood Policing Team and Response officers to see what they are up to.

Whitehaven Crime Maps

Crime map for Whitehaven Show crime for this area

Your key contacts

Richard Smillie

Inspector Richard Smillie

Dave Macdonald

Problem Solver Sergeant Dave Macdonald

Kelly Pennington

Problem Solver Sergeant Kelly Pennington

Tom Huck

Problem Solver Constable Tom Huck

Sarah Hindle

Problem Solver Constable Sarah Hindle

Mark Fishpool

PCSO Mark Fishpool

Jacqueline Rafferty

PCSO Jacqueline Rafferty

Simon Kane

PCSO Simon Kane

Michelle Smith

PCSO Michelle Smith

Paul Booth

PCSO Paul Booth

Local Facebook Pages

  • Copeland Police have a Facebook page that covers the Copeland district and is designed to enhance engagement between the public and Cumbria Police.

    The way people communicate has changed, and now, more than ever, people want to talk to us online and through social media and we, as a service provider are looking to utilise and support this change.

    Think of Copeland Police page as a virtual community drop-in desk, allowing local PCs and PCSOs to have an easy and continuous means of communication within the Copeland community.


    We realise we might not like everything you have to say but only ask that you keep your comments and opinions respectful.


    Sgt David Macdonald

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