Causeway, Coast and Glens

Causeway Coast & Glens policing District covers the previous legacy Council areas of Coleraine, Limavady, and Ballymoney & Moyle.  It has a coastline covering 140km and includes three areas of outstanding natural beauty namely Binevenagh, Causeway Coast and Glens of Antrim. It also hosts a number of prestigious events including NW200, NI International Airshow and the Milk Cup as well as festivals such as the Ould Lammas Fair and the Limavady Jazz Festival.  The District has a geographical area of 2000km2 and a population of approximately 140,900.  

Superintendent John Magill is the Superintendent who leads the Causeway Coast and Glens District Command Unit. Superintendent Magill is based at Coleraine Police Station.  Working with Superintendent Magill as part of the District Senior Leadership Team are Chief Inspector Catherine Magee and T/Chief Inspector Mark McClarence.  Chief Inspector Magee is responsible for Neighbourhood Policing, External Engagement and Community Planning. Catherine is based at Coleraine Police Station.  T/Chief Inspector Mark McClarence is responsible for Operations, Response Policing and Employee Engagement. Mark is based at Coleraine Police Station.

District Personnel

  • Superintendent  John Magill

    Superintendent

    John Magill

    is the commander in charge of the District Command Unit that comprises the Causeway Coast and Glens. Superintendent Magill is based at Coleraine Police Station.

  • Chief Inspector  Catherine Magee

    Chief Inspector

    Catherine Magee

    is responsible for Neighbourhood Policing, External Engagement and Community Planning. Catherine is based in Coleraine Police Station.

  • T/Chief Inspector Mark McClarence

    T/Chief Inspector

    Mark McClarence

    is responsible for Operational matters and Employee Engagement. Mark is based in Coleraine Police Station.

Your Local Policing Area

Communities living in Causeway Coast and Glens District now have two Local Policing Teams (LPTs), based in Coleraine and Limavady Police Stations, providing 24 hour cover to continue keeping local people safe right across the District. These officers will be supported by two Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs), based in Coleraine and Ballycastle Police Stations, which will be mobile and deployed to areas to deal with critical issues.

Our Commitment to your District

Our job is to keep people safe. We want to do that by policing alongside you, providing a speedy, effective service but also taking the time to listen to you and play our part in making our communities safer and more confident places to live and work in. 

Your Local Policing Teams will be based in Coleraine and Limavady and will be available 24/7 to come to help you. Officers will work with you on community problems, provide advice and reassurance and spend time learning about what most affects your community and how we can work with you to improve your safety and quality of life.

Your District will have two Neighbourhood Policing Teams based in Ballycastle and Coleraine stations. They will be mobile and sent to areas where they are most needed.  We will be working closely with your local council, health trusts, schools and other key organisations to ensure that we provide the very best service to you and your community.

Our priorities are to reduce the levels of drug activity, reduce the levels of anti-social behaviour and to reduce crime, particularly the number of domestic burglary.  We will do this in partnership with the PCSP and publically report on our progress.