Etwall, Haton & Hilton SNT
Please note the correct way to report crimes or incidents is as below:-
• Facebook – send us a private message to /DerbyshireConstabulary
• Twitter – direct message our contact centre on @DerPolContact
• Website – complete the online contact form www.derbyshire.police.uk/Contact-Us.
• Phone – call us on 101.
Pcso Supervisor Kerry Wallington-Waite 4469
South Derbyshire SNT
Contact Details for our local team; August 2021 updated
Sgt Adrian Pegg firstname.lastname@example.org
Pc Stefan Bancroft Stefan.email@example.com
Pcso Finn Greville Finbar.Greville@derbyshire.police.uk
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Reporting Parking Issues
A large number of parking offences were de criminalised and responsibility removed from the police and given to Council Enforcement officers to enforce. Below is who does what and how to report to either.
Civilian Enforcement officers-CEOs are responsible for enforcing:
limited waiting bays
double and single yellow lines
on street pay and display bays
residents' parking zones
Blue Badge bays
school keep clears
dropped kerb access (also police if obstructing anyone at the time)
double parking (also police)
pedestrian crossings (also police)
car parks (with orders)
The police are responsible for enforcing:
double white lines
obstruction – for example, pavements with no parking restrictions
dropped kerb access (also CEOs)
double parking (also CEOs)
pedestrian crossings (also CEOs)
Report illegal parking
Civil parking is not a reactive service and requests for enforcement will be scheduled into routine patrols, as and when resources allow. Due to the large number of reports we receive, requests by email are preferred.
Call Derbyshire tel: 01629 533190
For police related offences, please tel: 101.