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Kilburn

A local policing neighbourhood in Derbyshire Constabulary

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This Safer Neighbourhood area covers Kilburn, Denby, Holbrook, Milford, Makeney and the Parks Estate. It belongs to the Amber Valley Local Policing Unit. 
Kilburn is a large village six miles from Derby. The main road, which is the B6179, formerly known as the A61, runs through the centre and actually splits it into two parts at its junction off the Kilburn tollbar crossroads. This is also the dividing line between Denby and Lower Kilburn.

Contact Details
Neighbourhood Priorities

1. Anti-Social Behaviour in Kilburn.
2. Anti-Social Behaviour in Duffield.
3. Anti-Social Behaviour in Belper Town.

Issue Date Wednesday 3rd July 2024

1. Regular high visibility patrols within the location, utilising our stop/search powers where grounds are met. Work alongside our Youth Engagement Team, issue anti-social behaviour letters to people found to be engaging in anti-social behaviour. For persistent offenders found to be engaging in anti-social behaviour, consideration to be given for other suitable disposals, such as Immediate Justice or issue acceptable behavioural contacts. Work alongside youth provisions and sign post young people to engage in positive diversionary activities.
2. Regular high visibility patrols within the location, utilising our stop/search powers where grounds are met. Work alongside our Youth Engagement Team, issue anti-social behaviour letters to people found to be engaging in anti-social behaviour. For persistent offenders found to be engaging in anti-social behaviour, consideration to be given for other suitable disposals, such as Immediate Justice or issue acceptable behavioural contacts. Work alongside youth provisions and sign post young people to engage in positive diversionary activities.
3. Regular high visibility patrols within the location, utilising our stop/search powers where grounds are met. Work alongside our Youth Engagement Team, issue anti-social behaviour letters to people found to be engaging in anti-social behaviour. For persistent offenders found to be engaging in anti-social behaviour, consideration to be given for other suitable disposals, such as Immediate Justice or issue acceptable behavioural contacts. Work alongside youth provisions and sign post young people to engage in positive diversionary activities.

Action Date


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