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Neighbourhood Policing Team

Liz Orton

Inspector Liz Orton.

Born in Tynemouth in the north east of England, Liz became the head of the Neighbourhood Policing Team in May 2014.

Not only is she responsible for the day-to-day running of the team, but she also takes the lead on policing in Alderney and the Special Constabulary.   


PC 182 Nick Boughay

Nick joined the Hertfordshire Police after serving in the Army. He transferred to Guernsey where he worked as a response officer before joining the neighbourhood team. He is also a member of the police search team.

The Vale and St Sampson's area is Nick's patch and you'll regularly see him cycling from job to job (no matter the weather). When the schools teach students cycling proficiency; Nick is the man who tests them.  

Chris Rabey

PC 110 Chris Rabey

Chris joined Guernsey Police as a new recruit in 2011. After joining the operational shifts he quickly identified that he had a strong interest in the work of the Neighbourhood Policing Team, and had a number of 'stints' working in the department.

In 2015 Chris joined the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for an attachment. His time in CID allowed Chris to gain experience of dealing with more serious crimes, but he retained his desire to work in NPT and in June 2015 Chris took on his current role as neighbourhood officer for the Town area (he also struck lucky and has Herm as part of his patch too).

Chris walks the beat on a daily basis and is the first point of call for any community policing issues in the area.



Garry Moore

PC 151 Garry Moore

Born in Norfolk, England, Garry moved to Guernsey in 1988 after serving for eight years in the Royal Navy. He joined Guernsey Police in 1998 and saw the move as very much going back to his roots - working in a close environment with people from difference backgrounds and different ideas.

Garry joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in 2014 and sees the department as the best place to work in order to strike the perfect balance between working with other professional agencies and members of the community who need help. He is search team trained and also operates as a family liaison officer.

Garry's patch includes St Martin's and St Andrew's.   

Sophie Robilliard

PC 143 Sophie Robilliard

Sophie was born in Guernsey and joined Guernsey Police in 2012 as a new recruit. After serving as a response officer for two years, she joined NPT's summer Cycle Team. Following that placement she continued working in NPT (at that time on a temporary basis) to cover the St Peter Port patch, followed at the beginning of 2015 by a move to take responsibility for the southern parishes.

Sophie's placement in NPT became permanent in January 2016. She is currently responsible for St Saviour's, St Peter's, Torteval and Castel.

Gary Ashford

PC 119 Gary Ashford

Gary joined the Metropolitan Police in 1988. He worked as a response officer in the stolen vehicles squad and on a neighbourhood team in Bermondsey.

He transferred to Guernsey in September 2001 where he joined a response shift. He then moved to the Neighbourhood Policing Team where he worked primarily in Le Bouet. His role has developed over time and he now focuses on the north of St Peter Port and social housing areas.