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Neighbourhood Policing

Neighbourhood policing is diverse and means different things to different people. However, the common theme is police working together with the community and partners to create solutions that address issues identified by the community.

Watch our short videos and read the case studies below to learn more about neighbourhood policing in action.

Carrickfergus Neighbourhood Policing Team

Carrick Neighbourhood Policing Team have been working with  communities in Carrick in the Sunnylands, Woodburn, Castlemara areas to develop the Evolution Boxing Project, “Sting like a Bee” programme.

Police officers on bicycles

Slieve Gullion Neighbourhood Policing Teams

Slieve Gullion Neighbourhood officers are working with local communities and partner agencies to tackle the issues that matter most to local people.

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Fermanagh and Omagh Neighbourhood Policing Teams

Learn how Neighbourhood Police in Fermanagh and Omagh are working with Youth Work Alliance to educate and support young people around the harms associated with online gaming and gambling.


Police officers on bicycles

Lisburn City Neighbourhood Policing Team

Neighbourhood police in Lisburn have been working with partners and local residents to tackle crime, antisocial behaviour and reduce the fear of crime.

Police radio

Antrim Neighbourhood Policing Team

Neighbourhood police in Antrim have worked together with partners and young people to address antisocial behaviour in the town centre.

Police officers on bicycles
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.

Learn more about the Hallmarks of Neighbourhood Policing
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Social Media Survey

As part of Neighbourhood Policing Week we are conducting a survey about our use of social media. 

Th purpose of this is to understand the views of the public and those that view and interact with our social media accounts, to help us to learn and improve.

You can complete the survey by clicking here.