Longlevens and Elmbridge Community
PS Karen Horsley
Your nearest police station is Hucclecote Station
Hucclecote Police Station, 58 Hucclecote Road, Hucclecote, Gloucester GL3 3RT
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.
Meet the team
PS 1328 Karen Horsley
PC 286 Steph Lawrence
I joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in June 2006 having left my previous profession as a Prison Officer at HMP Gloucester. I started my service in the Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Division, working at both Hester's Way and Cheltenham Town Centre as an immediate response officer for 4 years.
In late 2010 I moved over to the Forest and Gloucester Division and have been working from Hucclecote Police station, covering immediate response policing and crime enquiries. In the early half of 2012 I joined the Local Community Policing team as a Community Beat Officer covering the areas of Longlevens and Elmbridge.
I take great pride in this role and I am thoroughly enjoying the duties I carry out. I am completely dedicated to my local policing area, although I live in Paignton, Devon, I am originally from Gloucester and very proud of my roots!
If I can be of any assistance please do not hesitate to contact me by email by clicking here.
PCSO 9183 Mike Whitehouse
PCSO 9183 Rachel Anstey
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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"Lock it or Lose it" Message from Gloucester Police
May 15 2014
"Lock it or Lose it" is the message from police in Gloucester after figures showed 36% of homes burgled in April were left insecure.
Of the 76 house breaks last month, 27 were vulnerable to attack because of unlocked doors and other security flaws.
Officers in the city are giving residents crime reduction advice as part of the "Lock it" campaign and hope people will take their home security more seriously as a result.
Sergeant El Lakin said: "The problem has obviously been widespread and has meant opportunist burglars, who have become very wise to it, have simply been trying doors in a number of areas across the city until they come across an insecure door.
"Many of the burglars have got in through unlocked front doors when occupants have been in bed asleep.
"The impact can be devastating and cause huge disruption to people's lives. Insecure doors can also of course void your home insurance.
"We have been working hard to catch offenders - and have made three arrests in recent weeks - but we need people in the community to help themselves.
"The community teams really wish to get the message out to all residents to ‘LOCK IT’ - we need their help to make sure they routinely check doors and windows when leaving their homes and add it to their bedtime routine. We cannot urge you more to take these simple steps to keep homes safe and secure."
Officers will be posting advice on the Twitter hashtag #gloslockit and people are encouraged to look at the crime reduction guidance on special leaflets being distributed across the city.
More advice can be found at the crime reduction pages of www.gloucestershire.police.uk.
Contact Hucclecote Safer Community Team
Where do you want us and why?
Neighbourhood Watch is a partnership where people come together to make their communities safer. It involves your local Safer Community Team, Community Safety departments of local authorities, other voluntary organisations and, above all, individuals and families who want to make their neighbourhoods better places to live. It aims to help people protect themselves and their properties and to reduce the fear of crime by means of improved home security, greater vigilance, accurate reporting of suspicious incidents to the police and by fostering a community spirit.
Get in contact with us through the Contact us tab on the main Local Policing Page at the top of this section, and send us what matters to you in your area so we and our partner agencies can help?
Longlevens & Elmbridge
Estate Walkabouts are a great way for residents, the Neighbourhood Management Team and other Council Officers to raise issues, share ideas on how to improve the quality of life for residents and to identify a specific area to which we can follow up with a Community Action Day. Estate Walkabouts are an ideal opportunity for you to have your say, raise your concerns and express your ideas for future improvements!
Longlevens Library Police Information Point
Date:11:00AM Saturday 04 January 2014 - 12:00AM Saturday 06 December 2014
Address: Longlevens Library, Church Road
First Saturday of every month Police Information Point, Longlevens Library - 11am - 12noon.
All local community members are welcome.
Your nearest police station is Hucclecote Station
Hucclecote Police Station, 58 Hucclecote Road, Hucclecote, Gloucester
This police station does not advertise regular opening times, your nearest police station reception is located at Gloucester.
Longlevens and Elmbridge 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.