Cirencester Rural North Community

Garrett Gloyn

PS Garrett Gloyn

Your nearest police station is Cirencester Station

Your nearest police station is Cirencester Station

Cirencester Police Station, The Forum, Cirencester GL7 2PG

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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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Meet the team

Garrett Gloyn

PS 745
Garrett Gloyn

Victoria Stinchcombe

PC 1530
Victoria Stinchcombe

Andrea Shutt

PCSO 9194
Andrea Shutt


Kiddie Cops Event at St Andrews School, Chedworth

PC Victoria Stinchcombe and PCSO Andrea Shutt joined parish councillor John King, Community Speed Watch volunteer Fred Shaftoe and the year 5 and year 6 children at St Andrews School, Chedworth,  for a ‘kiddie cops’ presentation as part of a Road Safety Partnership initiative to improve road safety.

Officers discussed the history of speed limits, the dangers of vehicles speeding, the consequences of speeding and fines given by Police. The children were able to ask questions and practice using a speed detection device as they monitored how fast each of them could run.

The youngsters were challenged to enter a competition to design a Fixed Penalty Notice, alerting motorists that pupils’ lives could be put at risk by speeding motorists. The winning entries won book tokens, which were generously donated by Chedworth Parish Council. All the children were awarded a personalised 'I am a Road Safety Champion’ certificate.

Road safety is a great subject in which to engage children and young people. It's a subject even the youngest children know something about because everyone uses roads and road danger impacts on everyone. It’s also a vitally important subject. Road crashes are a major cause of death and injury among the young, with the risk rising as children reach secondary school age and have more independence and young drivers and passengers facing significant risks.

Danger from traffic is also a big factor in whether children and young people are able to walk and cycle to school, to the park or to see friends and therefore their ability to be healthy and socially active.

Birdlip Neighbourhood Watch Event

Members of Birdlip Neighbourhood Watch (NW) recently had a stall at the village's Christmas Fair.  The volunteers took the opportunity to raise crime prevention awareness in response to a local increase in shed and garage burglaries. Visitors to the stall were handed advice leaflets and details of the popular Rural Watch scheme, as well as having the opportunity to purchase special 'SmartWater' forensic property marking kits.

Afterwards, NW Co-ordinator Bev Smith said, "It was good to be represented at this popular village event, which also served to raise the profile of the newly-relaunched NW Scheme.  The SmartWater kits that we sold will certainly make useful stocking-fillers on Christmas day!"

Rendcomb College Road Safety Day

Years 3/4 and 5/6 pupils who attend Rendcomb College, Nr Cirencester worked alongside PCSO Andrea Shutt and PCSO Beverley Williams to raise awareness of how fast vehicles are driving through the grounds.

The site does have a speed limit. However, pupils and staff along with works manager Peter Cairns, have become increasingly concerned that busy parents and staff are 'speeding' when coming and going from the site.

The children looked at designing their own 'Fixed Penalty Notice' (speeding ticket) to be issued to those found to be driving too fast - the winning entry had the very catchy message;

Think! - If you drive madly it could all end badly


It is hoped that this exercise will promote the need for driving within speed limits and according to road conditions, not only on school grounds but on the public highways.

 Photographs of Rendcomb College Road Safety Day 

Rural North area of responsibility

Cirencester Rural North

The Rural North has now been allocated to PC 2054 Hazel Watkins & PCSO 49194 Andrea Shutt. 

  • Birdlip
  • Calmsden
  • Colesbourne
  • Cowley
  • The Duntisbourne’s
  • Elkstone
  • North Cerney
  • Winstone
  • Woodmancote
  • Bagendon
  • Baunton
  • Brimpsfield
  • Caudle Green
  • Coberley
  • Daglingworth
  • Edgeworth
  • Rendcomb
  • Syde
  • Ullenwood
  • Upper Coberley
  • Chedworth

 101 is now our non emergency number Officers can be contact via the e mail link on the front page, Tel 101, or in Person when out and about in your area. 

Monthly Events

Neighbourhood Coordination Group meeting

Date: 7:00PM Thursday 05 February 2015

Address: Winstone Village Hall, Jackbarrow Road, Winstone


The next NCG (Neighbourhood Coordination Group) meeting will take place at Winstone Village Hall, Winstone, on Thursday 6th February 2015 at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

Your nearest police station is Cirencester Station

Your nearest police station is Cirencester Station

Cirencester Police Station, The Forum, Cirencester

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Opening Hours:

Monday: 9am - 5pm
Tuesday: 9am - 5pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sundays: Closed

Cirencester police station is a 24-hour, fully operational station, with officers patrolling from there 24 hours, 7 days per week.

The police station reception office, for public enquiries made in person, is open at the above times.

When this police station reception is closed, there is a 'help point' facility next to the main door. If you need to attend a police station in person, your nearest police station reception is located at Stroud , until 8.00 pm weekdays, or 5.00pm at weekends.
If Stroud reception is closed, Gloucester police station reception office is open until 10.00 pm, Monday - Thursday; Midnight on Friday and Saturday; and 5.00 pm on Sunday.

Cirencester Rural North 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

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