Knutsford town centre with its vibrant night life along with the rural areas of High Legh, Mobberley and Chelford are all policed by the Knutsford team.

Knutsford Team

Andrew Roberts


Kelly Johnston



James Stone



Emma Darroch



Policing Priorities

From 1st April 2018 to 30th April 2018 the policing priorities for this area will be

April 2018


Cheshire Constabulary are currently launching a Cyber Beat initiative. We would like to reach out to as many people as possible throughout our tour of duty and a fantastic way of doing this is via social media.


We are currently on Facebook and Twitter and if you would like to follow us to find out what we are up to or require any information or advice this is an excellent way of keeping in touch.


If you are unsure how to use social media feel free to speak to a patrol who will be happy to help.


Please always remember if your concern is immediate in nature to call 999 or 101 as the Knutsford social media accounts are not monitored 24/7.


April 2018


Drug dealing and Drug use continues to be one of our Policing Priorities for January 2018


We are actively targeting those involved in the supply and use of illegal drugs within the Knutsford area. Residents have expressed concerns over the supply of controlled drugs within the town and surrounding area. We will actively conduct Patrols in Uniform and Plain clothes in order to identify those responsible and disrupt activities. 


If you have any information or concerns you can contact us in a number of ways:

Report to us on 101

Report activity anonymously through Crimestoppers

Attend a local surgery and speak to the local team


Please follow us on @PoliceKnutsford to see the current on-going work


April 2018


To continue to monitor the speeding issues surrounding Knutsford


As a policing team we are aware that speeding is a concern to the community.


If you feel you have a speeding problem in your area please contact us on 101, complete the website contact form or speak to one of the patrols.


We also offer training for residents to form their own community speed watch group to help tackle the problem alongside our own enforcement.

You Said, We Did

From 1st February 2018 to 31st March 2018
You said:

February 2018


Speeding continues to remain a priority over Knutsford/Knutsford Rural. Regular speed watch sessions are being conducted in the areas that are a problem. If you wish to join your local speed watch group or would like to start one up in your area please get in touch and we will get you trained. You can call us on 101/Knutsford PCSO’s. 


We did:

March 2018


Below is some of what we've done in the last month to promote road safety in our community 

PCSOs Nancollas and Darroch have been busy monitoring speeding issues outside of school gates and also monitoring several areas where we have been notified of speeding issues.

Plumley was of particular interest and PCSO Darroch shall continue to monitor this location.

Throughout March local officers have also been attending incidents of traffic collisions making sure that all persons involved are safe and well and also conducting road side breath tests to ensure that there are no offences disclosed.  

Follow us on @PoliceKnutsford for current updates

You said:

February 2018


You told us that there has been a increase in visible dealing and drug use around Knutsford town centre.

We did:

March 2018


Activity is on going to investigate those responsible.  Proactive patrols are in place to identify and disrupt those involved both in Uniform and Plain clothes.

A male was located in the town centre in possession of drugs he was subsequently arrested and investigations are on-going. 

We continue to develop intelligence with a view to taking proactive action against those responsible for drugs offences, we still need your assistance and if you have any information please contact 101 or Crimestoppers.

What are your priorities?

We pick local priorities based on feedback from the public and our knowledge of policing issues in the area.

Tell us what you want us to focus on this month using the form below. If you don't want to use the form you can come to a local meeting, call us, or speak to a local officer.

Do not use this form to report a crime or an urgent matter. If you wish to report a crime please call our non-emergency number 101 or call 999 if it is an emergency.

Your message will be sent through to the local policing team for consideration as a Policing Priority for this area.

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