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Welcome to Lisburn and Castlereagh City District. The District incorporates Lisburn and Castlereagh which includes a large number of culturally diverse towns, villages and rural communities. Each year we welcome people from across the UK and Ireland to the Balmoral show, hosted by the Royal Ulster Agricultural society. We also welcome members of the Royal household, Secretary of State and other foreign dignitaries to Hillsborough Castle, the only Royal residence in Northern Ireland.
 
We have three neighbourhood teams, with a neighbourhood officer assigned to each district electoral ward.

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

Phone
101
Address
15 Barrack Street, Lisburn, BT28 1TJ
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
15 Barrack Street, Lisburn, BT28 1TJ
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 Lisburn and Castlereagh District is delivered by Local Policing Response Teams (LPRTs), Local Neighbourhood Policing Teams (LNPTs) and a District Support Team (DST).

Communities living in the Lisburn and Castlereagh District now have five LPRTs, based in Lisburn and Dundonald Police Stations, providing 24 hour cover to keep people safe.

Local Neighbourhood Policing

There are three LNPTs who cover every district electoral ward in the Lisburn and Castlereagh District. 

LNPTs are based in based in Lisburn and Dundonald 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.

  • Lisburn City NPT cover the following wards: Wallace Park, Magheralave, Lambeg, Derriaghy, Harmony Hill, Hilden, Lisnagarvey, Old Warren, Ballymacash, Ballymacoss, Knockmore, Lagan Valley.
     

     

    Contact Lisburn City NPT
  • Lisburn Rural NPT cover the following wards: Stoneyford, Glenavy, Maghaberry, Ballinderry, White Mountain, Moira, Hillsborough, Lagan, Maze, Blaris, Hillhall, Drumbo, Ravarnet, Ballymacbrennan, Dromara.

    Contact Lisburn Rural NPT
  • Castlereagh NPT cover the following wards: Moneyreagh, Ballyhanwood, Carrowreagh, Dundonald, Enler, Graham’s Bridge, Newtownbreda, Beechill, Cairnshill, Carryduff East, Carryduff West, Galwally, Knockbracken.
     

    Contact Castlereagh LNPT
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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.

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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.

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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Foreword from District Commander

We are working hard every day in Lisburn and Castlereagh to provide a safe environment and community for everyone who works, lives and visits here.

We have two police stations across the district in Lisburn and Dundonald and deliver 24/7 policing with five Local Policing Response Teams (LPRTs), one District Support Team and three Local Neighbourhood Policing Teams (LNPTs) responding to your calls for service.

Neighbourhood policing is at the heart of the service we deliver and we work closely with our partners in different sectors to find comprehensive and long lasting solutions to the concerns you raise.

We are here for you and if you have concerns about crime or antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood please contact your local neighbourhood team.

District Personnel

Superintendent Kelly Moore
Superintendent Kelly Moore

Superintendent Kelly Moore

Superintendent Kelly Moore is the District Commander responsible for Lisburn and Castlereagh.

Temporary Chief Inspector Ryan Moore
Temporary Chief Inspector Ryan Moore

Chief Inspector Ryan Moore

Chief Inspector Ryan Moore is responsible for Performance in Lisburn and Castlereagh.

Temporary Chief Inspector Katrina McMullan
Temporary Chief Inspector Katrina McMullan

Temporary Chief Inspector Katrina McMullan

Temporary Chief Inspector Katrina McMullan is responsible for Engagement in Lisburn and Castlereagh.

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