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Welcome to West Middleton

Useful information

  • Middleton Police Station
    Oldham Road
    Middleton
    M24 1AY

    Disabled Access: Yes
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices: Dial 101 to report a non-emergency incident or make a general enquiry.
  • Monday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Tuesday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Wednesday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Thursday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Friday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Saturday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Sunday Public Enquiry Counter - Closed
    Bank Holidays: Public Enquiry Counter - Closed

  • Rochdale Police Station
    The Esplanade
    Rochdale
    OL16 1AG

    Disabled Access: Yes
    Enquiry Desk: 0161 856 8529
    Special Notices:
  • Monday 8am - 8pm
    Tuesday 8am - 8pm
    Wednesday 8am - 8pm
    Thursday 8am - 8pm
    Friday 8am - 8pm
    Saturday 10 am - 6pm
    Sunday 10 am - 6pm
    Bank Holidays: 10 am - 6pm

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:

  • Off-road bikes ridden on public highways
  • Antisocial behaviour, youths causing annoyance
  • Managing construction and utility traffic around two new housing developments which are being built in the area - there have been some problems with traffic congestion and vehicles causing obstruction around the sites.

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

Your local Inspector(s)

Paul Wood

Inspector Paul Wood

Hello I am Paul Wood and I am the new Neighbourhood Inspector for Heywood and Middleton. Welcome to our Neighbourhood web page. I have been a Police officer for 14 years during which time I have completed a variety of roles across a number of divisions and in specialist departments.

Over the coming 12 months I will be coordinating a number of initiates to reduce anti-social behavior and arrest offenders. I hope you see the positive results of these.

With the increasing deman...click here to read more


Meet the Team

  • Nicholas Galgani - Sergeant

    Nicholas Galgani

  • Stuart Ockwell - Constable

    Stuart Ockwell

  • Tracey Lowe  - Constable

    Tracey Lowe

  • Christine Curry  - Police Community Support Officer

    Christine Curry

  • David Quinn  - Police Community Support Officer

    David Quinn

  • Iain Coltman  - Police Community Support Officer

    Iain Coltman


Helpful Websites

Age Concern

Get involved - Special Constables

Get Involved - Volunteers

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

Greater Manchester Victims' Services

Home Watch

Manchester Council crime advice

North West Ambulance Service


Local Websites

Rochdale Borough Council

Rochdale Borough Housing

Rochdale Family Service Directory


Updates

Family-run drugs gang jailed

Brothers Ratib Ali (17/06/1998) and Asad Ali (02/07/1999) lived at a property on Royds Street West, Rochdale with Janaid Rehman (16/06/2000)

Arrest after comments made about New Zealand attack

Further arrest in connection with offensive comments made following the New Zealand attacks. 

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