The Police
Message Type Icon


With increased rainfall in recent days, river and stream levels remain high.


If you are driving a car to a destination in the coming days, please reflect on some of the following helpful hints:


- Check the weather forecast and any road closures before travelling

- Fully clear your windows and mirrors before leaving

- Keep a greater distance between yourself and the vehicle in front

- Allow extra time to complete your journey

- Keep your mobile fully charged in case of emergencies

- Be aware of, and anticipate, that the condition of the roads will be different to normal

- Pack warm clothes, snacks, and drinks just in case you're stuck

- Drive to the road conditions and stay safe.


For up to date information on the weather and road closures please follow:


Derbyshire County Council: https://www.facebook.com/derbyshirecc

National Highways: East Midlands: https://www.facebook.com/HighwaysEMids

MET Office: https://www.facebook.com/metoffice?locale=en_GB

Reply to this message

Message Sent By
David Marley
(Police, PCSO, Derby South)

  • Website - we have several crime reporting tools on our website or use our online contact form
  • Phone - call us on 101
  • Derbyshire Alert - reply to this message for non-urgent information you may wish to share
  • In an emergency ALWAYS call 999
  • If you are D/deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment, text us on 07800 002414 or email deafsms@Derbyshire.police.uk for emergencies click here https://999bsl.co.uk to go through to an interpreter.

You can also anonymously contact the independent charity CrimeStoppers, on 0800 555 111, or by visiting the CrimeStopppers website

Neighbourhood Alert Cyber Essentials