Quedgeley, Kingsway and Hardwicke Community

Liz Lovell

PS Liz Lovell

Your nearest police station is Gloucester South Station

Your nearest police station is Gloucester South Station

Gloucester South Police Station, St James, Quedgeley, Gloucester GL2 4WD

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.

Priorities

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

Liz Lovell

PS
Liz Lovell

Faye Jones

PC 128
Faye Jones

Caroline Setter

PC 1799
Caroline Setter

Stephen McGoldrick

PC 2146
Stephen McGoldrick

Tracy Garcia-Cote

PCSO 9203
Tracy Garcia-Cote

Kevin Lee

PCSO 9039
Kevin Lee

Manja Tunney

PCSO 49181
Manja Tunney

News

Cool for cats

 

The Force Control Room wasn’t only visited by dogs recently but pumas too - but these were a local, two legged variety, in the form of pupils from a nearby primary school. The children, in years 5 to 6, are known as the Kingsway Pumas and meet as an after school club. Among those who help out is their local police officer, PC Faye Jones. Faye thought it would be a great eye-opener for them to visit HQ and the FCR to see what we do.

The club has proved a really useful way to keep children in the new village of Kingsway occupied and to provide them with positive role models as they grow up.

Faye said: “The club aims to encourage good behaviour and teach children some useful problem solving skills but it’s also about them having fun!”

“We’ve had great support from colleagues; the police dogs unit has visited and carried out a search demonstration. We’ve also seen SOCOs and even the police helicopter.”

“Due to current staffing levels we are limited at expanding beyond Kingsway at the moment but it would be great to do that in future.   

Crime Prevention Advice

PCSO Tunney was at the Longney Church Coffee Morning on the 30th of November alongside a Neighbourhood Warden from Stroud. Both provided Crime Prevention advice following a number of burglaries that have happened in the area. Attendance to the event was high and there was also demand for Smartwater.

Items that were on offer were Agricultural crime prevention leaflets, Horse and Tack crime prevention posters, UV Pens as well as other free items. The Horse and Tack Thieves beware poster can also be downloaded by clicking here.

With Christmas around the corner we would like to remind members of the public not to leave any Christmas presents on display or visible through windows and doors and immediately dispose of any boxes after Christmas as they are an advertisement to burglars for what is available in the neighbourhood.

Thank you, PCSO Tunney

Credit Cards “Just 4 Youth” Will Pay Dividends in Combating Anti-Social Behaviour in Gloucester

   

November 2013

Specially produced "credit cards" are set to give youngsters in Gloucester a gateway to a host of fun and interesting activities.

Police in the city have joined up with the Quedgeley Community Trust and youth centres in Quedgeley and Hardwicke to produce and distribute around 1000 of the cards, which will help inform young people of an array of clubs and opportunities on their doorstep. 

Barcodes displayed on the cards can be scanned by mobile phones, connecting the user to a regularly updated page on Gloucestershire Constabulary’s website showcasing group activities and classes for young people across the city.

The “Just 4 Youth” initiative has been launched in Quedgeley and Hardwicke but the activities are not restricted to those areas and it is hoped that by the end of the year cards will be available in other parts of Gloucester.

The scheme also supports a new outreach project focussing on the Kingsway area.

Police Sergeant Lucie Koeltgen, who had the idea for the cards, said: “We often hear young people say they’re bored and don’t have anything to do.

“This gives them the opportunity to access activities they currently may not be aware of or even thought about. And there's so much going on I'm sure there'll be something for everyone.

“We’re handing out the cards to local schools and if we can show youngsters there are things out there for them I am convinced we’ll continue to reduce anti-social behaviour."

The Chair of Quedgeley Community Trust Kevin Tudor said: “It is great to be working with the police and Prospect Training Services to assist in making these innovative cards available to young people in our community.

“The cards couldn't have come at a better time as we have just launched a street work project ReachOut! on Kingsway to help find a voice and activities for young people to do to help them make the right life choices."   

Cllr Lyn Welbourne, from Hardwicke Parish Council, said: "The cards are great because they are tapping into technology many youngsters are already familiar with and want to use. Leaflets can and often do get thrown away but these cards can be kept in wallets and brought out whenever needed.

“The website will be frequently updated and when more groups hear about it and come on board I’m sure people will be surprised with the range of things going on."

Police are now appealing for activity groups to make contact with them via gloucester.lpa.communities@gloucestershire.police.uk so they can be added to the webpage.

Monthly Events

Police Information Point

Date: 10:00AM Monday 03 February 2014

Address: Tesco Store, Quedgeley

Description:

On the first Monday of each month local Officers from your Policing team will be holding a Police Information Point which will be held at Tesco store in Quedgeley between 10am-11am. 

The PIP will start on Monday 3rd February.

We look forward to meeting with you.

Police Information Point - Coco Coffee lounge, Kingsway

Date: 11:00AM Thursday 06 March 2014

Address: Coco Coffee lounge, Kingsway

Description:

There will be a monthly Police Information Point at Coco Coffee lounge, Kingsway, held on the first Thursday of every month between 11.00 and 12.00, next one now being on Thursday 6th March.

Mobile Police Station

Date: 11:00AM Tuesday 11 March 2014

Address: Westbourne News, Hardwicke

Description:

The Mobile Police Station will be visiting Westbourne News, Hardwicke, on 11th March and 24th April between 11.00 and 11.30.

Your nearest police station is Gloucester South Station

Your nearest police station is Gloucester South Station

Gloucester South Police Station, St James, Quedgeley, Gloucester
GL2 4WD

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