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Neighbourhood Beat Manager

Neighbourhood Beat Manager (Exeter)

Neighbourhood Beat Manager (Exeter)

Neighbourhood Beat Manager (Exeter)

PC Richard Jephcott Neighbourhood Beat Manager (NBM), Exeter University, Duryard, Pennsylvania and Stoke Hill.

Contact details

or 101 and ask for PC Jephcott 7186

Exeter City Council -  new powers to help deal with unacceptable behaviour in this area

Exeter City Council has made a Public Services Protection order under section 59 (4) of the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014.

Unacceptable behaviour

Consumption of intoxicating Substances

such as alcohol (except where permitted) and/or illegal drugs or possessing them for use in this area

Aggressive begging

which is begging in an intimidating manner or begging within 5 metres of an automatic paypoint or ATM

Urinating in public

except where permitted

Behaving in an anti-social manner

when alone or in a group, you may be directed to leave for up to 24 hours.

If you commit any of the above acts in this area you could face being:

  • Directed to leave the area for up to 24 hours
  • Issued with a fixed penalty notice
  • Prosecuted in court (fines not exceeding Level 3 on the standard scale - currently at £1000)

Further information can be found on the Exeter City Council website

Devon and Cornwall Police Student Safety Guide

Please take the time to read the Devon and Cornwall Police Student Safety Guide as it has some useful information about how to make sure you enjoy your time studying here safely. It includes advice about personal safety on a night out, securing your house and more.

If you ever need to speak to police, you can contact them online or by calling 101. Find details of your nearest police enquiry office.