Chief Inspector Derek McCamley has been appointed as the new Area Commander for Castlereagh.
He said: "I am delighted to be taking up the role of Area Commander for Castlereagh and I am committed to working with our partner agencies and the community to tackle the issues which matter most to local residents such as antisocial behaviour, domestic burglaries and the harm caused by drugs.
"I want the Castlereagh area to be a safe place for everyone, particularly those who are most vulnerable and repeat victims, and I would like to take this opportunity to reassure the public I am focussed on our drive to provide a personal policing service that protects the public through its professional officers and staff working in partnership with PCSPs, other partners and the local communities themselves."
Chief Inspector McCamley, who is from a farming background, joined the RUC in 1986 and has 28 years service. He started his policing career in Dungannon before moving to Caledon, Belfast Traffic Castlereagh, Headquarters, Belfast traffic, Donegall Pass, Musgrave Street, Ballynafeigh, Lisburn, Antrim, Newtownabbey and Lisburn.
He has experience across a range of policing areas including response, traffic, neighbourhood policing, operational planning, performance and discipline, call management and community safety
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