Neighbourhood Policing is at the heart of Greater Manchester Police. We want Greater Manchester to be a better place to live, work and play.
It is about putting people at the heart of what we do, really caring and having a strong working relationship with our communities. It is about having the right people in the right place at the right time tackling everything from anti-social behaviour and burglary to terrorism and organised crime.
Greater Manchester Police has 12 geographical areas known as Divisions. Each of these divisions has a combination of Neighbourhood Policing Units, each of which is managed by a Neighbourhood Inspector. These units have specific areas of responsibility and consist of smaller, localised, Neighbourhood Policing Teams which include your local police officers and Police Community Support Officers.
These Neighbourhood Policing Teams are focused on your needs. They have regular meetings where you can help set the priorities for your community. You can also find out who your local officers are and read about policing news from your area.
Use these pages to find out what's happening in your local area. Get the latest police updates, meet and contact the team, find out about community meetings and discover how we're tackling your local policing priorities.