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Durham Constabulary is the territorial police force responsible for policing the council areas of County Durham and Darlington in North East England. It does not cover all of the ceremonial or historic area of Durham, parts of which are covered by the neighbouring forces of Cleveland Police and Northumbria Police. The other neighbouring forces are Cumbria Constabulary to the west and North Yorkshire Police to the south.
English territorial police force
|Annual budget||£112.3 million|
|Operations jurisdiction||County Durham, England|
|Map of police area|
|Size||862 sq. mi. (2,232 km²)|
|Legal jurisdiction||England & Wales|
|Headquarters||Aykley Heads, Durham|
|Police and Crime Commissioner responsible|
|Basic Command Units|
As of September 2020[update], the force has 1,168 police officers, 129 special constables, and 131 police community support officers (PCSO).