Barton, Tredworth and White City Community
PS Matt Puttock
Your nearest police station is Gloucester Central Police Station
223 Barton Street, Gloucester GL1 4JB
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:Barton and Tredworth
- Priority:Local Priority Panel Meetings
The Local Priority Panel meet every 3 months to determine what the priorities should be for their local Policing team. Details of the current priorities and future meeting dates can be found on our online forum at www.bartonstreetpolice.forumchitchat.com then click 'Barton & Tredworth Neighbourhood Partnership'. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us or simply attend the next meeting.
Meet the team
Barton Tredworth and White City Community engagement teams.
PS 2134 Matt Puttock
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2008, and spent 2 years working as a response officer from Barton Street Station before joining the community team as the beat officer for Barton Street itself. Following a spell in Tewkesbury as a response Sergeant on promotion in 2012, and then a tenure in Gloucester Custody suite, I have returned to the area I previously enjoyed working as the Community Team Sergeant.
PC 2270 Rob Bolland
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2012 prior to the start of the Olympics. I have been a constable for approximatley 5 years and have worked for several forces. I have been the community police officer for the Barton area for approximatley 18months. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PC 1886 Kelly Akers
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2004 and began my service as a response officer in Stonehouse. In 2008 I became the Severnside Neighbourhood officer and then assisted in covering Cam. I have just joined the Barton Street Neighbourhood team covering the Barton area. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PCSO 9018 Stacey Lee
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2003 as a Police Community Support Officer, on the first recruitment intake. I have worked as a PCSO at Gloucester City centre and Barton Street, covering the Barton area since 2004. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PCSO 9250 Jess Hopton
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2010 as a Special Constable working in Cheltenham. In 2013 I became a Police Community Support Officer and I have covered the Barton area for approximately 10 months. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PC 2199 Jo Cryer
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in January 2009, and have been based in Barton Street since I started. Initially I was a response officer covering Barton, Tredworth, White City, Matson and Linden. Due changes in the Force, in April 2011 I came onto the Community team and I became the Beat Officer for White City. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PCSO 9244 Stuart Hopkins
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2009 working at Stroud Police Station as a Local Police Support Officer providing administrative support to the Neighbourhood Inspector, Police Constables and Police Community Support Officers.
In February 2013 I joined the Barton Street Community team as a Police Community Support Officer and I patrol the White City area of Gloucester. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PC 1995 Deborah Sutton
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in April 2006, I initially worked as a Response Officer from Barton Street, then Hucclecote and then Gloucester City Centre. I joined the community team in October 2012. I am one of the Beat officers for Tredworth. If you would like to ask any questions please feel free to do so via clicking here
PC 2128 Matt Bishop
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in May 2008 having transferred in from Leicestershire police where I began my career in 1998. I became one of the beat officers for Tredworth in November 2012 joing the Barton, Tredworth & White City Team based at Barton Street police station. If you wish to ask a question please feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PCSO 9015 Clive Phillips
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 1995, became a Police Community Support Officer, on the first recruitment intake in 2003. I have worked as a PCSO at Gloucester City centre, Barton & Hucclecote, joining Barton & Tredworth for the second time, from May 2013, covering the Tredworth area. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
PCSO 9224 Jan Emery
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2008 as a Police Community Support Officer, I have worked as a PCSO in Cheltenham at Hesters Way, and have recently moved to Barton Street joining the Barton & Tredworth Team covering the Tredworth area. If you want to ask a question feel free to do so via email by clicking here
You can contact any of the above officers by any of the following means;
Online Forum - www.bartonstreetpolice.forumchitchat.com
Twitter - @BartonSt_Police
Facebook - www.facebook.com/bartonstreetpolice
Lock it or Lose it
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.
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Barton Police offering residents the chance to attend meetings without leaving the house
For news & updates on Police activity in Barton, Tredworth & White City please log on to our online forum at www.bartonstreetpolice.forumchitchat.com . Here you are able to interact with your local Police, read updates from the beat officers, view information about upcoming events, take part in live chat sessions, plus more.
Meet the Team
Date:11:02AM Friday 05 July 2013
Address: Barton and Tredworth
Date:12:00AM Thursday 16 January 2014
Address: Barton, Tredworth and White City
For full details of all events, please log on the our online forum at www.bartonstreetpolice.forumchitchat.com .
Your nearest police station is Gloucester Central Police Station
223 Barton Street, Gloucester
This police station does not advertise regular opening times, your nearest police station reception is located at Gloucester.
You can contact us via our online forum (www.bartonstreetpolice.forumchitchat.com) , twitter (@BartonSt_Police) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/bartonstreetpolice) .
Barton, Tredworth and White City 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.