Community Policing Team

St Peter St Brelade St Lawrence St Helier St Saviour St Clement Grouville St Martin Trinity St John St Mary St Ouen

From December 2020, The States of Jersey Police are expanding its Community Policing Team, working in conjunction with our honorary colleagues to gain an enhanced understanding of parish specific needs to help make our communities even safer.

Each parish will have a dedicated officer who will:

  • Engage and build relationships with their community
  • Find out what is happening in their parish and pro-actively descend on any problems
  • Prevent crime
  • Target repeat offenders
  • Be visible, accessible and well known in their parish

The officers will have time dedicated to spend specifically within their parishes to focus on building relationships with its residents, while working alongside key partners to address issues that matter most to those residents. As well as regular opportunities to speak to their dedicated officer while on duty, parishioners will also be able to contact them by email, telephone or face-to-face during regular police surgeries.

The team consists of 15 officers, three assigned to work with the Island’s schools and young people, and twelve to work within the parishes. A ‘buddy’ system has already been established so that a pool of select community officers can provide cover in other parishes, should the need arise.

If you see your local Community Officer out and about, please introduce yourselves as they will be happy to stop for a chat.

For major incidents and other occasions where you need the Police immediately, calls should still be directed to 612612 or 999 in the case of an emergency.

Click on the map to find out more about your parish's dedicated community officer.

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