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North West Motorway Police Group

Logo of the NWMPG

The North West Motorway Police Group (NWMPG) provides a regionalised policing service for the Motorways within the Cheshire, Lancashire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester Police areas.[1] It was established in June 2008 in partnership with the Highways Agency.[1]

Operating from six bases around the region, NWMPG is made up of over 130 police officers and more than 30 support staff from the four forces.[2] The group is responsible for patrolling a motorway network stretching from the borders with Cumbria in the north to West Mercia and Staffordshire to the south, as well as North Wales to the west and West Yorkshire to the east.[2]

It has been modelled on the successful Central Motorway Police Group which started in 1990 when West Midlands Police and West Mercia Constabulary formed a partnership to provide a dedicated policing unit for the motorways surrounding Birmingham.[1] CMPG now includes Staffordshire Police.[1]

The 24-hour Regional Command and Control Centre, located at the Highways Agency Regional Control Motorway Centre at

  • Merseyside Police NWMPG webpage
  • Lancashire Constabulary NWMPG webpage

External links

  1. ^ a b c d http://www.lancashire.police.uk/index.php?id=4469
  2. ^ a b "Merseyside Police: About Us: Departments". Merseyside.police.uk. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  3. ^ "Highways Agency - New Era for Motorway Policing in the North West". Highways.gov.uk. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 

References

See also

NWMPG uses a fleet of more than 50 vehicles including high-powered saloon and estate cars, 4x4 vehicles, and a number of fully equipped plain vehicles.

Vehicles

Officers from the NWMPG patrol all or part of the following motorways:

Motorways covered

Contents

  • Motorways covered 1
  • Vehicles 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

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