Manchester gets ready for Pride
Greater Manchester Police will for the 14th year running join in on this year’s Pride weekend.
There is no pride in domestic abuse
GMP is working with national charity Broken Rainbow to raise awareness about domestic abuse in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
Officers take part in charity football match
Officers from GMP’s North Manchester Division are organising a football match to raise money for charity.
Survivors Manchester join GMP for web chat on rape
We will be joined by Survivors Manchester for a rape web chat on Thursday 27 August - offering advice and support on the issue of rape.
We're working hard to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour to make your area a safer place to live and work. You can have your say on how these priorities are set by contacting your neighbourhood policing team and indentifying the issues that matter to you.
Here are the priorities we are currently tackling in your area:
For a full list of priorities, click here
Community meetings are held regularly in your community, giving you an opportunity to speak to your local officers or discuss local policing issues.
None currently scheduled
You should always call 999 in an emergency.
Call 101 to report a non-emergency incident or make a general enquiry.
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The Didsbury Neighbourhood Policing Team covers Whalley Range, Chorlton, Chorlton Park, Didsbury West and Didsbury East. This is a fantastic and diverse place to live and I'm proud to have the opportunity to work here. Improving your quality of life and making the area a safer place to live is our number one priority and I'm pleased to report that crime in the area continues to reduce. Please continue to report suspicious activity to police on 101 or Crimes...click here to read more