Police and Neighbourhood Warden
Your Local PC and PCSO
PC Kate Bradley is your local police officer.
Contact details: 01452 753510
101 – is the number to call when you want to contact your local police for non-emergency police matters. So, please use this number where possible.
Your Community Alerts is Gloucestershire Constabulary’s new, free messaging system that enables residents, businesses and community groups to participate in a two-way exchange of information about what is happening throughout the county. Whether you live in Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Stroud, the Forest of Dean or the Cotswolds you can receive up-to-date messaging about incidents that may affect you. To register go to Community Alerts
PCSO Hazel Walkley covers Bisley, Oakridge, Eastcombe, Bussage, Chalford and Thrupp.
Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) provide a vital link between the communities they serve and the police service. They don’t have the same powers as regular officers or their Special Constabulary colleagues, but still carry a lot of responsibility.
They conduct high-visibility patrols, acting as a crime deterrent and helping to inspire public confidence, while also offering support to officers at crime scenes and large events.
Their role also includes dealing with minor offences, providing crime prevention advice and helping to tackle antisocial behaviour.
Contact: 01452 753508
Gloucestershire Constabulary – www.gloucestershire.police.uk/
Peter Tiley is the Stroud District Council Neighbourhood Warden with responsibility for the following areas: Chalford, Bussage, Brownshill, Thrupp, Brimscombe and Minchinhampton.
The Neighbourhood Warden provides support and help with the following issues:
Supporting Vulnerable People
Intimidating or Anti-social Behaviour
Home Security & Crime Prevention Advice
Hate Crime & Bullying
Litter, Dog Fouling & Fly Tipping
Lots, lots more…..
If you have any concerns on these or any similar issues, you can contact Chris on 01453 754514 or 07876405833
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org