Durham Constabulary is the territorial police force responsible for policing the ceremonial county of County Durham in North East England. The force’s area is bordered by Cumbria Constabulary to the west, Cleveland Police to the south east, North Yorkshire Police to the south and Northumbria Police to the north. As of September 2020, the force has 1,168 police officers, 129 special constables, and 131 police community support officers (PCSO). Durham Constabulary was one of the first county police forces to be set up, established in 1839. The force absorbed Durham City Police (formed in 1836) in 1921, Hartlepool Borough Police (formed in 1851) in 1947, Sunderland Borough Police (formed in 1837) in 1967, and Gateshead Borough Police (formed in 1836) and South Shields Borough Police (formed in 1839) in 1968, when it also lost some of its area to Teesside Constabulary. More information...

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