Gareth Kerr is the Sergeant for Lymm South.
Sergeants are vital to ensuring that the service provided to the public is professional, ethical and reflects our statement of mission and values. The role of Sergeant is the first level of supervision in the delivery of policing services. Sergeants are responsible for exercising day to day, general and technical supervision and support to staff. They are involved in the delivery of a range of diverse policing services and must perform or supervise specialised work assignments, ensuring organisational standards are upheld.
Inspector Ruth Atherton covers Lymm south, east and west.
Ruth is new to the Warrington team and regularly meets with the Lead Parish Councillors to discuss priorities and activity in Lymm.
Inspectors plan, manage and monitor operational policing activity. They effectively and efficiently direct the deployment of resources to incidents, including critical incidents.
Chief Inspector Neil Drum covers the whole of Warrington. Formerly the Inspector, Neil has served with Cheshire Constabulary for over 20 years.
Chief Inspectors manage large teams of inspectors, sergeants, constables and police staffs as well as plan, manage and monitor operational policing activity. They effectively and efficiently set the plan for deployment of resources to incidents, including major and/or critical incidents.
For questions or concerns about policing matters, please contact your PCSOs in the first instance. Details on how to report a crime can be found here.