Cheltenham Town Centre Community
PS Simon Ellson
Your nearest police station is Cheltenham Town Centre Station
Talbot House, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham GL51 6QT
Our Local Policing Pledge to you:
Our local pledge to you is to supply you with your local community policing team contacts, dates of your next neighbourhood policing meetings, details of your local priorities and the work being carried out towards those priorities. Our commitment for Local Policing Team's (LPT) is to spend 80% of their time visibly working in your neighbourhood, tackling your priorities. If you want to know how you can contribute to the priority settings and other work within your neighbourhood use the contact form on the "Contact Us" tab.
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- Area:Cheltenham Town Centre
- Priority:Reduce anti-social behaviour in the town centre parks and gardens, including Montpellier Garden, Imperial Garden, Sandford Park, Jenner Garden, Winston Churchill Garden and Jenner Garden.
Increased patrols by Police Officers, Police Community Support Officers and Community Protection Officers from Cheltenham Borough Council.
Meet the team
Cheltenham Town Centre 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 1705 Mark Love
I joined the Constabulary in 2003 and initially worked as a PC in Cheltenham. I joined the Community Team in 2006 with responsibility for the area of Cheltenham Town Centre. If you would like to ask a question please feel free to do so via email by clicking here: firstname.lastname@example.org
PC 1755 Suzy Armstrong
I joined the Constabulary in 2003, working initially as a PC in Cheltenham. I joined the Community Team in 2008 with responsibility for the area of Cheltenham Town Centre. If you would like to contact me, please feel free to do so via email at email@example.com
PCSO 9044 Ken Bennett
I joined the Constabulary in 2004 and initially worked as a PCSO in Leckhampton and looked after Charlton Kings and Battledown.. I joined the Community Team in 2011 with responsibility for the area of Tivoli and the Park. I am now also responsible for the Suffolks too. If you would like to ask a question please feel free to do so via email by clicking here firstname.lastname@example.org
PCSO 9237 Lorraine Tatnell
I joined the Constabulary in 2006 where I worked as a receptionist at Stonehouse police station. Having worked closely with the public in this role, I then became a PCSO in 2008 where I worked in the Cheltenham area of Lansdown, I then joined the Town Centre team. I am now the officer responsible for the Strand and Montpellier areas of the town which consists of retail and residential properties, parks and gardens. I am available to carry out crime reduction surveys on your properties.We have a range of crime reduction items that can now be purchased to assist in making your home safe. These can be obtained from your local officer.
If you would like me to attend any local events in the area or discuss community issues, please send me an email via the following address.
PCSO 9259 Emily Roberts
Hello, my name is Emily Roberts. I am a new PCSO having started in June 2014. I came to the Constabulary from being a health care assistant at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. My area will be Cheltenham Lower High Street and I am really excited about meeting the local community and looking forward to serving the public in this new role. If you would like to get in touch, my email is email@example.com, or if you see me out and about come and have a chat.
PCSO 9067 Hamid Charifi
I joined the Constabulary in 2005. Initially, I worked at Barton Street Police Station in the Neighbourhood Policing Team as part of the Safer Community Team. I covered Linden and Moreland, Matson and Robinswood and then Barton, Tredworth and White City.
I am now the Ethnic Minority Groups Liaison Officer and also cover the Lower High Street area of Cheltenham Town Centre. If you would like to ask a question please feel free to do so via email by clicking here firstname.lastname@example.org
PCSO 9092 Lynda Jackson
I joined the Constabulary in 2005 and initially worked as a PCSO in Cheltenham Town Centre. In 2011, I became lead officer for the area of Hatherley and Warden Hill.
Recently I have been asked to re-join the team in the Town Centre and take on the role of retail liaison officer. This involves working with the many businesses in the town centre and addressing shop-lifting and other issues in order to make Cheltenham a safer place to work and visit.
I will also be working alongside the other officers offering support in their local communities when required.Coming up to Christmas, we will be carrying out many different initiatives targeting shop lifting, hand-bag 'dippers' and opportunist car crime. We will be having our crime prevention stand in the town centre which will allow you to come see us and discuss any concerns you may have or the opportunity to purchase some home crime reduction items.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me via email by clicking here: Lynda.Jackson@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk
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.
Cheltenham Safe Partnership
Cheltenham Safe is a retail crime reduction scheme, working in partnership with the Police, Cheltenham Borough Council, the Chamber of Commerce and others to ensure that Cheltenham remains a safe place in which to live, visit and work and play!
Daysafe – shops and retailers
Over 70 town centre retailers work together as members of Daysafe, sharing and exchanging information on active shoplifters and fraudsters. Members are able to communicate with each other and also directly with the CCTV control room and Police by radio. Prolific or violent offenders are excluded from all members’ premises.
Nightsafe – for the night-time economy
Over 40 bars, clubs and restaurants are working together to raise standards and maintain customer safety. Operating a zero tolerance policy in respect of acts of violence or illegal drugs, offenders are banned from visiting all members’ venues – get banned from one venue, get banned from all!
For more information visit: www.cheltenham-safe.org
Or contact: email@example.com Tel. 01242 252323
Town Centre Neighbourhood Coordination Group (NCG)
The Town Centre NCG meets every three months to discuss issues affecting Cheltenham Town Centre. The group then decide which issues should be prioritised for the next three months, outlining actions to be undertaken to try and resolve the issue.
The panel consists of various different organisations, community groups and residents from the Town Centre. This includes:
- Cheltenham Borough Council
- Gloucestershire County Council
- West End Partnership
- Residents groups.
The NCG is coordinated and chaired by Bernice Thomson who works for the West End Partnership based at the Community Resource Centre, Grove St, Cheltenham.
If you would like to get more involved with the NCG, or would like some more information, please contact Bernice Thomson on 01242 692112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Crime reduction event
Date:11:00AM Wednesday 19 November 2014 - 2:00PM Wednesday 19 November 2014
Address: Town Hall, Imperial Square, Cheltenham
Postcode: GL50 1QA
Come and meet your local officer PCSO 9092 Jackson.
This is an opportunity to raise any concerns, to learn more about crime prevention and hear how you can keep yourself safe.
Your nearest police station is Cheltenham Town Centre Station
Talbot House, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham
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Cheltenham Town Centre 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.