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This car was stopped by a #GMPTransportUnit patrol in Sharston earlier.
The driver was found to be a provisional li… https://t.co/CSW0X3P7Va
#GMPTransportUnit carried out pulse patrols of hotspot areas earlier tonight, including Wythenshawe Interchange. Co… https://t.co/PUzuWpzpKI
#GMPTransportUnit tonight seized a vehicle for no insurance, while waiting for recovery a wanted male was seen arou… https://t.co/CjtxYOGZNS
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Your Neighbourhood Policing Team is a group of Greater Manchester Police officers dedicated to serving your community by focusing on local crime, disorder and quality of life issues.
The team is made up of dedicated neighbourhood officers based in your community, supported by additional police officers from the wider area.
We work closely with local authorities, partner agencies, community leaders and residents to decide on policing priorities for your neighbourhood.
By working together we aim to find solutions to longstanding local problems while maintaining our wider focus on reducing crime across Greater Manchester.
We’re working on our feeds right now and will be able to bring you information about meetings and events in your area on this page soon.
In the meantime, our public meetings are also posted on Twitter and Facebook. Use the link below to follow your team.
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This form is temporarily unavailable but you can contact your local team via the contact us link in the footer at the bottom of the page.
Your report will be dealt with by our control room in exactly the same way whether you report it online or call 101.
In an emergency: always call 999.
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