Daventry District Neighbourhood Policing Team
Two new PCSO's are arriving in September to augment Daventry's District Neighbourhood Policing Team. PCSO 7017 Paul Miller will be joining the Daventry Rural North Office based in Brixworth and PCSO 7065 Craig Egdell will be joining the Daventry South Office which includes the Barby and Onley Parish.
The Daventry Rural South (Daventry office) consists of Constable Francesca Smith supported by PCSOs Craig Egdell and Kevin Thompson. The area covered includes the parishes of Ashby St Ledgers, Badby, Barby, Braunston, Brockhall, Byfield, Canons Ashby, Catesby,Charwelton, Clay Coton, Dodford, Elkington, Everdon, Farthingstone, Fawsley, Flore, Hellidon, Kilsby, Lilbourne, Long Buckby, Newnham, Norton, Onley, Preston Capes, Stanford upon Avon, Staverton, Stowe, Watford, Weedon, Welton, West Haddon, Whilton, Winwick and Yelvertoft.
PCSO 7065 Craig Egdell
) is a resident on the Daventry rural patch, Craig joins the team from Northampton town’s South-West policing team, having already spent 12 years as a PCSO in the force including being a part sponsored officer to Hunsbury and Wootton. Prior to joining the police family, he was a camera shop manager in Northampton following an earlier career in the pubs, food and beverage business in London. Craig will be based at Daventry covering the rural south villages, working alongside PCSO Kev Thompson (who is, unfortunately, currently incapacitated).
Posted 10th August
Community Speed Watch - Needs more volunteers
BARBY COMMUNITY SPEED WATCH TEAM have just finished our second Speed Watch period and hope to run another period later in the year. Your help would be appreciated and will ensure this initiative will continue. If anyone would like to volunteer to help with our small dedicated team please let Catherine Camp or Nigel Gove know. Training is given by Northamptonshire Police and volunteers then run speed checks on 3 alternate weeks when they can on a rota system.
If you can help then contact either