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Your dedicated neighbourhood team

Sgt Mark Williams

Collar number: 2241

I am Sgt Mark WILLIAMS and I have been a police officer now for 13 years.

As a neighbourhood officer I recognise the importance that the community plays in the identification of local problems and the apprehension of villains.

Please feel free to contact myself, one of my team or attend a local engagement event to share your concerns and help us to continue to make Melton a safe place to live and work.

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  • Leave a voicemail for Sgt Mark Williams by calling 101 and follow the instructions to leave a message for an officer. When prompted, key in the identification number 2241.

PC Mark Longden

Collar number: 210

PC Mark Longden joined Leicestershire Police in 1988 and spent several years working in Leicester City centre before specialising in several different departments at Force headquarters.

In 1998 he moved to Melton LPU and took over responsibility for beat officer policing in 17 villages situated around the village of Somerby on the south side of Melton before moving to the Belvoir Neighbourhood.

"Maintaining a sustained visible police presence is my main focus, which in turn will allow me to address the local issues of the villagers. Their concerns will be high on my agenda along with the reduction of crime and public reassurance."

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  • Leave a voicemail for PC Mark Longden by calling 101 and follow the instructions to leave a message for an officer. When prompted, key in the identification number 0210.

PCSO Matthew Robinson

Collar number: 6566

I joined the Vale Beat Team following over a year spent on the Rural South beat. Having completed my original training on the Vale Beat I have quickly settled back in to the area. I have been working closely with the community to combat local issues that have arose. I am keen to get involved with community events and visit schools. Just recently I have spent time with the community speed watch volunteers, discussing how we can help tackle speeding problems in villages. We have attended schools and events delivering talks on everything from internet safety to our roles in the Police and the kit we carry. If you would like us to visit an event or meeting then please get in touch.

We are your local beat team and we are the visible presence within the community, if you see us in and around the villages then please come and have a chat.

Since the changes in local Policing this year I have been able to spend more time on the beat and getting involved with the rural community.

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  • Leave a voicemail for PCSO Matthew Robinson by calling 101 and follow the instructions to leave a message for an officer. When prompted, key in the identification number 6566.
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