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New PCSO in Killamarsh

Police are appealing for witnesses

Police are appealing for witnesses

People living in Killamarsh will be seeing a new face on the streets as the neighbourhood policing team welcome a new member.

Cameron Harvey is the latest Police Community Support Officer to join the Killamarsh Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team.

PCSO Turner, who lives in Chesterfield, has been a PCSO for more than a year and previously used to work in the Peartree and Normanton area of Derby.

Since moving to Killamarsh in January, he has been busy getting out on patrol, learning about the area and meeting the local community.

Outside of work, Cameron enjoys cycling, both mountain and on the road, and wants to take part in a triathlon next year.

He said: “Things are going really well, I’m finding that it is very different coming from a city area to Killamarsh, which has its own challenges, but I’m really enjoying getting to know my local community.

“If you do have any concerns or issues, then please don’t hesitate to contact us or say hello to me if you see me out and about.”

PCSO Harvey joins his colleagues PC Laura Farmer, PCSO Dave Cattell, PCSO Matthew Shaw and PCSO Rachael Silvers on the Killamarsh Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team.

To contact the team call 101, the non-emergency number for Derbyshire police, or email claycross.neighbourhoods@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk.

You can also follow the team on Twitter: @KillamarshSNT

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