PS Daniel Wood
Your nearest police station is Stroud Station
Stroud Police Station, The Cross, Parliament Street, Stroud GL5 1QQ
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- Priority:Following the most recent Neighbourhood Co-ordination Group meetings no specific priorties were set but it was agreed officers would pay attention to the High Street are of Stonehouse to help advise all users of the new shared space ethos in the area and time would be spent addressing road safety concerns based around speeding motor vehicles on the B4008.
- Priority:Anti-Social Behaviour in Stonehouse Co-Op and High Street area.
To address this, local officers are patrolling the areas more frequently, engaging with any suspected perpetrators and keeping shopkeepers informed of our work. Workshops have been delivered at the local youth clubs in Stonehouse to educate young people regarding the consequences of anti-social behaviour and criminal damage. We have urged staff and customers to call in any incidents at the time so that we have a chance of apprehending the offenders.
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Meet Stonehouse's Police Team
Members of the Stonehouse Police Team will be available to meet local residents at Stonehouse Town Council offices on the High Street between 10.00-11.00am on the following dates:
- Tuesday 7th May
- Tuesday 14th May
- Tuesday 21st May
Stonehouse Local Police Report - April 2013
I have been working closely with young people in the area. I pay weekly visits to the Psalms drop-in, Pulse, at the All Pulling Together Shop on Park Parade, Park Estate. Young people have the opportunity to discuss issues affecting them and I have a good rapport with them. Last week I judged their 'Scrapheap Challenge' competition and before the Easter holidays they shared the cakes they had made with me. I have also been giving advice regarding anti-social behaviour and its consequences after the window was smashed in recent weeks. I patrol the area once the drop-in has finished with a view to reducing noise disturbance to local residents while the young people are leaving the area.
I have been making monthly visits to The Pod drop-in for young people. This is supported by Young Gloucestershire and is located in Trafalgar car park off the High Street. A drug workshop has been delivered to raise awareness regarding street drug M-Kat (methodrone). I have also done a anti-social behaviour workshop there where I educated the young people about the effects of their actions on the victim. They responded well and an interesting discussion ensued. I am meeting a young person there this afternoon to clean up some graffiti done by her.
In the last fortnight, I have been dealing with some emerging issues with some children in the Woodcock Lane area of Stonehouse. Strong words of advice have been issued following some low-level theft and anti-social behaviour. I have been working with the local secondary and parents to deal with this issue. If there are any further issues, anti-social behaviour warnings will be issued.
PCSO Deb Flay and I have been mentoring students at Maidenhill in the last few weeks. We offer support, guidance and advice to specifically selected pupils, with whom we meet on a weekly basis.
Parking issues on Little Australia are causing concerns for residents in view of the safety of children playing there. It has been reported that some children are playing a game of 'chicken' in and out of parked vans. There were no parking offences at the time I visited but I have offered some Road Safety Awareness guidance to the children and parents.
PCSO Jess Salisbury
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Following the most recent Neighborhood Co-ordination Group Meetings representatives from the Stonehouse Community have not wished to raise any specific matters of concern that they feel need addressing with a multi-agency approach
If there are any problems in your Neighborhood that you feel have been over looked or perhaps you’d like to have a stronger voice then please get in touch and be a part of the Co-ordination groups.
For further information on this or any other matters relating to the work of the local police in Nailsworth please call the designated non emergency number 101 or e-mail Dan.Wood@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk
Stonehouse PIP every Tuesday
Date:12:00AM Wednesday 24 April 2013 - 12:00AM Tuesday 31 December 2013
Address: Stonehouse Town Council Offices
Members of the local policing team endeavour to be at the Police Point, located in the Stonehouse Town Council Offices, every Tuesday between 1100am-1200pm. However, due to resourcing this may not always be possible. If this is the case, you will be able to mention any issues to Liz at the Town Council and she will pass details on to us.
Alternatively you can ring us on 101.
Your nearest police station is Stroud Station
Stroud Police Station, The Cross, Parliament Street, Stroud
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