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Welcome to the Causeway Coast and Glens which incorporates Coleraine, Limavady and Ballymoney as well as a number of towns, villages and more rural communities. The district has a strong, vibrant international population and welcome a large number of tourists every year.

We deliver a policing service that is community focused, addressing the issues that matter to you.

Phone
101
Address
17 Lodge Road, Coleraine, BT52 1LY
Opening Hours
11am-7pm Monday to Friday

Please note: These email accounts are not monitored 24/7. If you need to report an incident use our online reporting form or contact 101. If it is an emergency call 999.

Phone
101
Address
1 Connell Street Limavady BT49 OEA
Opening Hours
11am-7pm Monday to Friday

Please note: These email accounts are not monitored 24/7. If you need to report an incident use our online reporting form or contact 101. If it is an emergency call 999.

Your Local Policing Area

Local policing in the Causeway Coast and Glens District is delivered by Local Policing Response Teams (LPRTs) and Local Neighbourhood Policing Teams (LNPTs).

Communities living in the Causeway Coast and Glens District have two Local Policing Response Teams (LPRTs) based in Coleraine and Limavady Police Stations, providing 24 hour cover to continue keeping local people safe right across the District.

Local Neighbourhood Policing

There are three LNPTs who cover every district electoral ward in the Causeway Coast and Glens District.

LNPTs are based in based in based in Coleraine, Ballycastle and Limavady Police Stations and work in partnership with communities as well as statutory and voluntary bodies to address local issues and concerns and find long lasting solutions.

The teams are committed to improving your quality of life and building safer communities with you. Your neighbourhood officers work in partnership with other agencies in health, education and local government to deliver collaborative solutions.

Local Neighbourhood Policing Team Contact Details

Your Local Neighbourhood Policing Teams have dedicated phone numbers for you to get in contact directly. Please do not use these contact details to report an incident. They should only be used for general contact with your respective Neighbourhood Team or officer.
 
If you are reporting an emergency, please call 999.

If you are reporting a non-emergency, please report online or call 101.

  • Ballycastle LNPT cover the following wards: Ballycastle, Ballymoney East, Ballymoney North, Ballymoney South, Clogh Mills, Dervock, Dunloy, Giant's Causeway, Kinbane, Loughguile and Stranocum, Lurigethan, Rasharkin, Route, Torr Head and Rathlin.

    Contact Ballycastle LNPT
  • Coleraine LNPT cover the following wards: Atlantic, Churchland, Dundooan, Hopefield, Mountsandel, Portrush and Dunluce, Portstewart, Quarry, University, Waterside and Windy Hall.

     

    Contact Coleraine LNPT
  • Limavady LNPT cover the following wards: Aghadowey, Altahullion, Ballykelly, Castlerock, Coolessan, Drumsurn, Dungiven, Feeny, Garvagh, Greysteel, Greystone, Kilrea, Macosquin, Magilligan and Roeside.

    Contact Limavady LNPT
Female Officer and child
Female Officer and child

The Hallmarks of Neighbourhood Policing

The Hallmarks of Neighbourhood Policing define our approach to neighbourhood policing. They tell you what you can expect from your local police.

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Your Community. Your Police.

Neighbourhood policing is at the heart of the service we deliver. You can find out more about our approach to neighbourhood policing and what you can expect from your local police below.

Here for You - Public Engagement Vision (Thumbnail)
Here for You - Public Engagement Vision (Thumbnail)

Our Approach to Engagement

Communities in Northern Ireland are critical to the provision of effective policing services. Improving public perceptions and increasing trust through positive public engagement can significantly increase confidence in policing activity and enhance legitimacy.

Download our 'Here for You’ Public Engagement Vision

Foreword from District Commander

We are committed to providing a visible, accessible, responsive and community focused service to the residents of this district. Our mission is to keep people safe by working collaboratively with the public, our staff and our partners.

We believe that the communities in Causeway Coast and Glens are critical to the provision of effective policing services. Improving public perceptions and increasing trust through positive public engagement can significantly increase confidence in policing activity and enhance our legitimacy. That’s why we have developed our ‘Here for You’ Public Engagement Vision, which outlines our approach to engagement and the community.

We have two Local Policing Response Teams (LPRTs) based in Coleraine and Limavady police stations who provide 24 hour cover to keep you safe. We also have three Local Neighbourhood Teams (LNPTs) who cover all the electoral wards in Causeway Coast and Glens. LNPT provide a visible, accessible and responsive service to neighbourhoods and residents. Crime prevention is at the core of what we do and we will focus on looking beyond our response to the immediate situation and take every opportunity to reduce harm by addressing the causes of crime.

We aim to provide a service that cares, listens and acts in collaboration with the public, our staff and our partners. Together we can make the world renowned Causeway Coast and Glens a safer place for everyone to enjoy. Thank you for your support.

District Personnel

Chief Inspector Mark Roberts
Chief Inspector Mark Roberts

T/Superintendent Mark Roberts

T/Superintendent Mark Roberts joined the police in 1994 and has spent his entire career in Local Policing and Operational Support Department. Prior to his role in Causeway Coast and Glens, he was Chief Inspector in Operations with responsibility for Events; Resourcing and Emergency Planning. 

As well as being a Silver Commander, he is also a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) on scene Commander and a coordinator for the Police Service Body Recovery Team.

T/Superintendent Roberts served for 14 years in HQ Emergency Planning where he specialised in multi-agency preparedness and major incident response. In December 2020 he was awarded the QPM for Services to Policing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

District Commander Placeholder Photo
District Commander Placeholder Photo

Chief Inspector Sinead McIldowney

Chief Inspector Sinead McIldowney is responsible for Performance and Compliance. 

District Commander Placeholder Photo
District Commander Placeholder Photo

Chief Inspector Vince Redmond

Chief Inspector Vince Redmond is responsible for Engagement.

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