Lisburn and Castlereagh

Welcome to Lisburn and Castlereagh City District. We are privileged to provide local police services for the community right across this District.

Lisburn and Castlereagh City Police District includes the following areas:

  • Castlereagh East
  • Castlereagh South
  • Downshire East
  • Downshire West
  • Killultagh
  • Lisburn North
  • Lisburn South

Superintendent Julie Mullan is the District Commander in charge of Lisburn and Castlereagh City District Command Unit. She is supported by Chief Inspector Jonathan Wilson and Temporary Chief Inspector Gavin McKenna. Together they are responsible for all aspects of local policing and delivery against the District’s policing priorities.

District Personnel

  • Superintendent Julie Mullan


    Julie Mullan

    is the District Commander responsible for Lisburn and Castlereagh.

  • Chief Inspector Jonathan Wilson

    Chief Inspector

    Jonathan Wilson

    is responsible for Community Engagement and is based in Lisburn Police Station.

  • Temporary Chief Inspector Gavin McKenna

    Temporary Chief Inspector

    Gavin McKenna

    is responsible for Performance in Lisburn and Castlereagh.

Your Local Policing Area

Communities living in Lisburn & Castlereagh City District now have two Local Policing Teams (LPTs), based in Lisburn and Castlereagh Police Stations, providing 24 hour cover to continue keeping local people safe right across the District. These officers are supported by one Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT), based in Lisburn Police Station, which is 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 is based in Lisburn police station, and are available 24/7 to come to help you. Your District has three Neighbourhood Policing Teams based in Lisburn (Lisburn City & amp; Lisburn Rural NPT’s) and Dundonald (Castlereagh NPT) police stations each NPT officer is dedicated to a nominated District Electoral Area (DEA). 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 and our partners to improve your safety and quality of life. 

In consultation with the Lisburn and Castlereagh City Policing and Community Safety Partnership, the current policing priorities for this district are:

1. We have a safe community
a. Fewer repeat victims of burglary, with a particular focus on the elderly
b. Fewer repeat offenders, with a focus on domestic abuse
c. People in all communities feel safe, focusing on Anti-social behaviour, road safety and emerging crime trends
d. Crime rates and trends showcase an effective police response
2. We have confidence in Policing
a. Increasing the level of public confidence in policing through a schedule of events and reporting on neighbourhood policing activity
b. Improve the level of satisfaction with the service received by victims of crime, local communities and minority groups
c. The representativeness of the police service
d. Delivery of effective crime outcomes

3. We have engaged and supportive communities
a. Police in partnership with local communities and partner agencies, including PCSPs, identify and deliver local solutions to local problems

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.