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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- 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
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 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. If you would like to ask a question, please feel free to do so via email by clicking here Kenneth.Bennett@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk
Cheltenham South Weekly Newsletter
On a weekly basis PC Ian Miles compiles a report that is sent to over 600 key individuals and Neighbourhood Watch coordinators across the south of Cheltenham.
This Neighbourhood briefing details crimes of note during the last week, to raise awareness so that the residents can take the relevant actions to help prevent crime. It's also an opportunity for us to provide an update on some of the work that the Community Team are undertaking -
In order to access this document please go to the useful links page on the web site.
PCSO Bennett writes...
There have been a number of dwelling and non-dwelling burglaries in the Local Policing Area and I urge all residents to secure their homes when going out, gardening, moving to other parts of the house or retiring to bed. Currently 50% of all burglaries committed through unlocked and open doors & windows.
I would like to remind all residents at this time not to leave any item on display in their cars. Please do not leave anything on show, such as sat navs, mobile phones or loose change. A jacket or blanket in the car looks to you like a blanket, but to a thief looks like a cover for something far more valuable.
It is very important that residents continue to be vigilant. If you have any suspicions or see something or someone you consider to be suspicious, please do not hesitate to report it on the non-emergency number. 101, or if you believe something may be in progress call 999.
Be vigilant and look at your security from time to time being in the Neighbourhood Watch is a good start and if your road does not have one then you might be interested in starting a scheme yourself, more information can be found by clicking here.
Neighbourhood Watch will constantly have updates on security so please see the note the details below.
Also if you are finding it hard to do it yourself , the below Agency is worth using for peace of mind about your security.
Safe at Home - a service for older and disable people across Gloucestershire
Safe at Home is the new county-wide Home Improvement Agency, to help vulnerable people to maintain their independence and continue living in their own homes. Gloucestershire County Council and its partners have appointed local provider 'Mears' to deliver the service which will deliver home aids and adoptions, repairs and improvements, a handyperson service, (who can install new/additional locks and other home security measures), as well as give advice on funding and benefits that are available to people to help them stay at home. If you are disabled, or over 60 and in receipt of means tested benefit, the service is usually free - if you are not, you can still use this service for a simple charge.
For more information: FREEPHONE 0800 0323139
I am very pleased to report that we are referring more and more people to our Neighbourhood Watch Field Officer who are interested in becoming Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators, with a good mixture of age groups wanting to become involved.
We are currently short of a Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator for Tivoli street half the street is covered, but we and need someone to cover the other half of the even numbers in the street, if anyone is interested.
If you would like any information about Neighbourhood Watch, you can contact me,
Tivoli and the Park are nice areas to live and we want to keep it crime free.
So if your reading this web page I am speaking to the converted but it would be nice, if we had more residents reading the web page and keeping in touch.
Therefore if you can play you part and talk to your neighbors and friends in your community and get the message out there about our website, its full of useful facts on policing and if you're talking to people then you will build a community spirit in your street or road.
That will play a big part in stopping any strangers in the area intent on crime getting away with it.
Please contact me if you have any issues or ideas of how to make Tivoli and the Park a safer community, I will do my best to help.
nominated months for a day of action by the Local Policing Team are as follows.
- Jan - Fairview
- Feb - Charlton Kings
- Mar - Leckhampton
- Apr- Lansdown
- May - Tivoli
- June - Hatherley / Reddings
You are welcome to attend other events than your own, if you wish to speak to the team but it would be nice to see a big turn out in your area when the team is in Tivoli.
The exact dates and times will be announced nearer to the month on the website and in the local newsletter.
Cheltenham Wise and Well Event - a one stop shop for the older and vulnerable person.
Date:10:00AM Tuesday 02 September 2014 - 4:00PM Tuesday 02 September 2014
Address: St Matthew's Church Hall, 44 Clarence Street, Cheltenham
On Thursday 2nd October from 10am until 4pm at St Matthew's Church Hall, 44 Clarence Street, Cheltenham. Officers from your Local Policing Team, Sergeant Adam Bundock and PCSO Cindy Walton have arranged a free event in conjunction with St Matthew's Church.
We would like to take this opportunity to engage with this section of the community and give them the opportunity to access services that may be useful to them.
Multiple partner agencies have been invited, including, but not limited to;
- Badhams who will do blood pressure, diabetic and BMI checks
- Safe at Home
- 2Gether Trust
- Age UK
- Barnwood Trust
- Fire Service
- Warm and Well
- Gloucester Deaf Association
- Citizen's Advise
- British Red Cross
- Road Safety Partnership.
- Free coffee and cake available kindly provided by Boston Tea Party, Tesco and Asda.
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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Tivoli 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.