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:To tackle the problem of littering, criminal damage and underage drinking in Laburnam Park Playing Fields, Stonehouse
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Meet the team
Graffiti Removal Request
A request has been made to Stroud District Council to remove offensive graffiti from play equipment at Oldends Lane in Stonehouse.
Local officers are proactively engaging with young people regarding their conduct in the town's green spaces.
Dog owners encouraged to help fight crime
Dog owners are being encouraged to join a new crime prevention initiative, called Paws on Patrol, to act as the ‘eyes and ears’ of their communities when they are out walking their pets.
The Stroud Community Safety Partnership, which is coordinating the initiative, recognises that dog walkers are well placed to see and report suspicious activity whilst out walking their dogs and as such can play an important role in making neighbourhoods and communities safer.
Paws on Patrol is focussed on reducing crime and improving the quality of life for residents by encouraging dog walkers to report concerns such as fly-tipping, littering and highways issues. The initiative is being launched on Saturday 20th July at the Stroud Country Show, at Stratford Park, Stroud.
Inspector Andy Poole, of Gloucestershire Police, said:
‘As a dog owner myself, I realise how much I notice in my community whilst walking my dogs. Whether it is graffiti or evidence of drug misuse, the police need to be told so that we can target the precise areas these types of offences occur.’
People who sign up will receive a welcome pack and discounts from pet suppliers and veterinary practices across the district.
Councillor June Cordwell, chair of Stroud District Council’s community services committee said:
‘We recognise that dog walkers from across the district can play an important role in making our communities safer whilst exercising their dog. This initiative is not just about reducing crime, it’s also about improving the environment by simply providing information to the police and the council so that we can all help to make our district an even better place to live. We are encouraging all dog owners to join Paws on Patrol to help us make their community a safe and secure place.’
Anyone wishing to become a Paws on Patrol member, should call 01453 754276 or visit:
Following the most recent Neighborhood Co-ordination Group Meetings representatives from the Stonehouse community raised concerns in respect of littering, criminal damage and under-aged drinking in Laburnham playing fields which they feel needs 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
Your nearest police station is Stroud Station
Stroud Police Station, The Cross, Parliament Street, Stroud
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Stonehouse Community: contact us
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