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New PCSO on patrol in Heage

December 5, 2012, 2:54 pm

PCSO Scott HuntResidents in Heage are being asked to look out for a new face patrolling the local streets.

The Heage Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team has welcomed a new Police Community Support Officer to the area.

PCSO Scott Hunt, who started on the team in November, has been busy getting to know the local community, out on patrol, at police surgeries and at meetings.

Before joining the police, Scott, who lives locally, was a full customer service supervisor the Co-op in Heanor and Ilkeston.

PCSO Hunt is also a childrens football coach, having recently taken a F.A course and works with Heanor juniors, under 10s team.

He said: “Ive always enjoyed working with people and I look forward to becoming part of the community and being able to help residents with any concerns or issues they may have.

“I hope that people will feel that they will come up and speak to me when they see me out and about, even if its just to say hello.”

Scot has taken over the reins from former PCSO Sarah Spencer, who has moved on to become a police officer.

He joined Derbyshire police as part of the latest recruitment drive which has seen 16 new PCSOs welcomed across the county.

The Heage Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team, which also includes PC Dave Baggott, can be contacted by calling 101, the non emergency number, or by

For more information on the role of a PCSO click here

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