Swindon Village and Wymans Brook Community

Julia Martin-Jones

PS Julia Martin-Jones

Your nearest police station is Hesters Way Station

Your nearest police station is Hesters Way Station

Hesters Way Police Station, Princess Elizabeth Way, Hesters Way, Cheltenham GL51 7SG

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.

To access the latest street level crime statistics for your LPT view the POLICE.uk website.


If you have questions about these issues, or have information regarding a possible solution to these problems, please use the contact form which can be accessed via the Contact us tab at the top of this page, to tell us how you can help, how we can contact you, or what we should prioritise and why.

Meet the team

Julia Martin-Jones

PS 1644
Julia Martin-Jones

Amy Limbrick

PC 0558
Amy Limbrick

James King

PCSO 9146
James King

Swindon Village & Wymans Brook Team

PS 1644 Julia Martin-Jones

I joined the Constabulary in 2003 and have worked in Cheltenham and the Cotswolds on the local policing team and on Response. I have lived in Cheltenham all my life and raised my three children here. I have recently joined the SCT and am enjoying meeting the community and working together in partnership in tackling local issues with local people and agencies. I truly believe that working in partnership is a way to resolve local problems and I look forward to meeting and tackling these issues within the community together.

PC 0558 Amy Limbrick

I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2006 and was stationed at Tewkesbury as a response officer. I moved to Hesters Way Police Station in 2011 and was part of the crime-screening team, until September 2013 when I returned to uniformed duty. I joined the Community Team in June 2014 and am so far enjoying the challenges and rewards that being a Community Beat Officer brings. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me via email by clicking here: amy.limbrick@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk

PCSO 9146 James King

Hello my name is James. I joined the Constabulary in November 2006 and work as a Police Community Support Officer in Cheltenham. I cover the following areas: St Pauls , Elmfield, Wymans Brook and the Kingsditch retail parks. If you would like to ask a question, please feel free to do so via email by clicking here : james.king@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk


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.

Swindon Village Neighbourhood Watch Update

Over recent weeks we have received an increased number of reports of suspicious persons believed to be rouge traders in our area. Please get to know your elderly neighbours and keep watch for them. As autumn approaches, rogue traders will try and con people by suggesting repairs need to be urgently carried out on their property. They may try and use a ruse to get into an elderly person’s house such as claiming to be from the water board or a drainage company. They may even claim to be coppers and ask to come in to talk about crime in the area.

Look out for your neighbours and learn to differentiate the extra-ordinary from the ordinary. Take notes and report suspicious activity to the police by dialling 101 or 999 in an emergency.

Theft from vehicles advice

Carsafe Big Giveaway PosterThis is the most common offence and is generally committed by opportunist thieves who target vehicles that have valuables in them. Your car is more likely to be broken into at home than when parked in a public car park. Risks can be dramatically reduced by taking these simple precautions when leaving it unattended.

  • Always fully secure your vehicle.
  • Remove detachable stereo equipment.
  • Remove all items of property from view, even an old coat with nothing in the pockets will tempt some criminals.
  • If removal is not an option, secure valuables out of site and do this away from final destination as criminals often observe car parks to look for people transferring valuables into the boot or hatch.
  • Be selective about where you park your vehicle - is it busy and well used, will it still be busy at the time of return, is it well lit, is it covered by CCTV.

Very few cars are broken into or stolen when parked in garages -consider parking your vehicle in a garage when not in use.

Monthly Events

Your nearest police station is Hesters Way Station

Your nearest police station is Hesters Way Station

Hesters Way Police Station, Princess Elizabeth Way, Hesters Way, Cheltenham
GL51 7SG

View a map of this station (multimap).

Opening Hours:

This police station does not advertise regular opening times, your nearest police station reception is located at Cheltenham

Swindon Village and Wymans Brook 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?

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