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Map of the Sandbach Policing Area

Yellow markers represent Police Forces and the red markers represent neighbourhoods within Cheshire Constabulary.

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Towns and Villages within the Sandbach Neighbourhood

The Sandbach is policed by the Cheshire Constabulary and covers the following settlements.

Settlements located within Sandbach
Name Type County
Alsager Town Cheshire
Arclid Village Cheshire
Astbury Village Cheshire
Betchton Heath Other Settlement Cheshire
Brereton Green Village Cheshire
Brereton Heath Village Cheshire
Brookhouse Green Village Cheshire
Brownlow Village Cheshire
Brownlow Heath Village Cheshire
Congleton Town Staffordshire,Cheshire
Cranage Village Cheshire
Elworth Village Cheshire
Ettiley Heath Village Cheshire
Goostrey Village Cheshire
Hassall Green Village Cheshire
Holmes Chapel Village Cheshire
Jodrell Bank Village Cheshire
Kidsgrove Town Staffordshire,Cheshire
Lawton Heath End Village Cheshire
Malkin's Bank Village Cheshire
Middlewich Town Cheshire
Moston Village Cheshire
Mow Cop Village Staffordshire,Cheshire
Rode Heath Village Cheshire
Rudheath Woods Village Cheshire
Sandbach Town Cheshire
Scholar Green Village Cheshire
Smallwood Village Cheshire
Somerford Booths Other Settlement Cheshire
Swettenham Village Cheshire
The Bank Village Cheshire
Twemlow Green Village Cheshire
Warmingham Village Cheshire
Wheelock Village Cheshire
Wheelock Heath Village Cheshire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Sandbach neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Sandbach neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Sandbach neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Sandbach neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
SandbachtownCheshireOn or near Parking Area12
SandbachtownCheshireOn or near Supermarket11
MiddlewichtownCheshireOn or near King Edward Street6
SandbachtownCheshireOn or near Hope Street5
SandbachtownCheshireOn or near Sunnymill Drive5

Police Officer Information for Sandbach

NameRankBio
Claire Lloyd Sergeant
Mark Cook PC
Barbara Evans PC
Deborah Jerman PC
Suzie Green PCSO
Spike Elliott PCSO
Anthony Lamon PCSO
Jill Cope PCSO
Nigel Hobbs PCSO
Louise Austin PC

Neighbourhood Priorities for Sandbach

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During last couple of weeks a lot of concern has been shown around the number of motor vehicles that have been broken into overnight along with a rise of property stolen from gardens.

As a result of the rise of theft from motor vehicles we have been out into the communities directly affected - Sandbach Ettiley Heath and Elworth.  Each of the victims have been visited personally and advised regarding security of their property.

We have carried out a number of leaflet drops in the areas affected to provide some advice about securing your personal property safely.  This has been further supplemented with  high visibility patrols overnight - which have been when offences have occurred.

In the next couple of weeks a number of bike marking initiative will be conducted through the High Schools, however if you wish to have your bike marked then please do not hesitate to contact any member of the Sandbach Beat Management Team.

Issue dated: 01/04/2017

Action dated: 31/05/2017

Concerns have been raised for some months regarding persons dealing drugs around the Middlewich area.

On Friday 24/03/17 at approximately 1915hrs the Sandbach Beat Team executed a warrant at an address an address close to Nantwich Road in  Middlewich.

A quantity of what is believed to be class A and class B drugs were found along with cash and other drugs paraphernalia.  4 males and 1 female were arrested for  being concerned in the supply of drugs.

4 out of the 5 arrested have been released on bail pending further investigations and forensic examinations.

This is an excellent result which has been achieved as a result of working with and listening to the local community.  A lot of the work carried out tackling drugs and drug related crime is done without public awareness, but whilst utilising their information.  We would like to encourage all communities to pass on any information or to report any concerns through the Cheshire Police Website, dial 101 to speak to an operator or alternatively contact Crimestoppers UK on 0800 555 111.

Issue dated: 01/04/2017

Action dated: 31/05/2017