Charlton Kings Community
PS Simon Ellson
Your nearest police station is Cheltenham Town Centre Station
Cheltenham Town Centre Police Station, Talbot House, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham GL51 6QT GL51 6QT
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- Area:Charlton Kings
- Priority:There are currently no policing priorities for this community; however the Local Policing Area monitors these areas very closely.
The police regularly meet with representatives of this area and at these meetings actions are given to various agencies to deal with problems as and when they arise.
Meet the team
Charlton Kings Team
PS 0085 Simon Ellson
I joined the Constabulary in 2000. My first station was Stroud. I have worked in uniform policing all of my service and have worked in Cheltenham since 2003. I joined the SCT in May 2013. I, along with PS Julia Martin-Jones, supervise the SCT for the borough of Cheltenham. If you have a question, or would like advice, please contact your local officer, or myself. Thank you.
PC 0088 Ian Miles
I joined the Constabulary in 1994, starting at Cheltenham Police Station, working 10 years as an immediate response driver covering primarily Hesters Way, Whaddon and Leckhampton areas. I then became a community beat officer covering the communities policed from Leckhampton Police Station. Since the closure of Leckhampton Police station in 2011, I have worked from Cheltenham Town centre, responsible for policing Cheltenham.
PCSO 9229 Sue Greenwood
Hi. My name is Sue. I joined the Constabulary in 1987 where I worked in the control room for several years at headquarters. I have been a PCSO since 2008 and I am currently responsible for the Charlton Kings community. Being a PCSO is by far the job that suits me best. I really enjoy working with the communities and meeting people on a day-to-day basis. If you have any queries or would like to contact me please do so by clicking here: email@example.com
PCSO 9226 James Holyoake
I would like to take the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is PCSO James Holyoake and I have been working for Gloucestershire Police for 11 years. I started working for the Constabulary in 2003, for the Call Management department in Quedgeley answering calls from the public. Whilst doing this, I also became a Special Constable serving the communities of Leckhampton and Churchdown. In 2008, I became a Police Community Support Officer. My current role is the retail liaison for Cheltenham Town Centre and Charlton Kings Six Ways stores. My role is to engage with the stores and offer advice and assistance with any retail issues that that you may have. I also work closely with the Colin Pilsworth from Cheltenham Safe and together we try to combat retail-related crime. This involves me having regular contact with town centre Loss Prevention security officers and all the members of the Retail Shop Watch Scheme.
Lock it or Lose it
A few tips to improve your home security:
It only takes a minute to lock your doors and windows to secure your home.
It only takes a minute to hide valuables out of view.
It only takes a minute for a burglar to enter your property and steal valuable belongings if your doors or windows are unlocked.
You should keep doors and windows locked, even when you are in the house and when you get home. Try to change your habit if you don’t lock your door behind you.
Door chimes and burglar alarms will deter a burglar from entering your property.
Being a victim of sneak-in burglary can have both emotional and financial effects. High value goods are costly to replace if stolen, and items such as phones and cameras often hold information with sentimental value such as photos, which cannot be replaced.
Many insurance companies will not pay out if your home has been burgled while insecure.
Keep doors and windows locked when in the garden having BBQs, gardening, hanging out the washing, etc.
Don’t leave garden tools or furniture outside, as they can be used by burglars to enter your property.
Dispose of packaging for expensive items properly; don’t advertise
what is in your house.
Crime prevention items for purchase
Officers from your local policing team are selling crime prevention items to the public from Lansdown Road police station.
Please see the attached poster for full details of what items are available to purchase. Should you wish to buy an item, all you need do is attend Cheltenham Police Station on Lansdown Road and ask to see a PCSO from the Local Policing Team. We require these items to be paid for in cash.
These items will also be available to buy at local events in the community - details will be published when confirmed.
The more secure your home is, the safer you will feel. And you will be less likely to become a victim of crime.
Your nearest police station is Cheltenham Town Centre Station
Cheltenham Town Centre Police Station, Talbot House, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham GL51 6QT
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Charlton Kings Community: contact us
If you would like to find out when your named community officer(s) is/are next on duty, you can contact us on: 101
or use the form below and we will advise you. We would also like to hear your views.
- What you would like to see from your local police?
- Do you have any suggestions for methods that police could adopt?
Only give as much information as you'd like to, you do not have to include your name or any other personal details. If you do, your details will not be kept in a database or shared with any other organisation.