Newry, Mourne and Down

Newry Mourne & Down is made up of the former Newry & Mourne and Down District policing areas. With a population of around 171,500 and a coastline of 100 miles, it spans from Crossmaglen in south Armagh to Saintfield in south Down. There are seven District Electoral Areas: Crotlieve, Downpatrick, Newry, Rowallane, The Mournes, Slieve Croob and Slieve Gullion and our policing areas of responsibility will reflect these.

Superintendent Norman Haslett is the Commander in charge of Newry, Mourne and Down District Command Unit. He is based at Ardmore Police Station and assisted by Chief Inspector Lynne Corbett who has responsibility for engagement, and Chief Inspector Adam Corner who is responsible for policing in south Armagh.

Review of policing in South Armagh

We have listened to the community and carried out a review of policing and how it is delivered in South Armagh (Slieve Gullion District Electoral Area). This is to ensure that we are delivering a service which is reponsive to the needs of local people.

District Personnel

  • Superintendent  Norman Haslett

    Superintendent

    Norman Haslett

    is the District Commander responsible for Newry, Mourne and Down.

  • Chief Inspector Adam Corner

    Chief Inspector

    Adam Corner

    is the South Armagh Area Commander.

  • Chief Inspector Lynne Corbett

    Chief Inspector

    Lynne Corbett

    is responsible for Engagement in Newry, Mourne and Down.

Your Local Policing Area

Communities living in Newry, Mourne and Down District now have two Local Policing Teams (LPTs) based in Newry and Downpatrick police stations, providing 24 hour cover to continue keeping local people safe right across the District. These officers are supported by eight Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs) based in Newtownhamilton, Newry, Newcastle and Downpatrick, and one District Support Team based in Newry.

Our Commitment to your District

In Newry, Mourne and Down we have structured our teams to ensure we have the necessary resources in the right place at the right time to quickly deal with the issues which affect your communities the most. By focusing on collaborative working with the community, statutory and voluntary partners we will address your concerns of anti-social behaviour, drugs, burglaries (especially those where the victims are older persons) and reducing the amount of those killed or seriously injured on our roads.

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