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Community Highlighted Concern

What is a community highlighted concern?

A community highlighted concern is what your Neighbourhood team will be working on as a priority for your area. These are identified on a monthly basis as a result of a police priority setting meeting which take into account:

  • Information provided to the Community Safety Partnership
  • Information received from your local councillor
  • Community concerns raised through this website

Once prioritised your local team will work towards tackling these issues with the community and if necessary utilise the Time Based Tasking [TBT] process.

Antisocial behaviour (1)

25/07/2018

Several problems have been identified in the areas around Sinope Street, Widden Street & Napier Street. These complaints range from drinking on the streets late at night, drug dealing, littering and criminal damage. These issues are known to collectively disturb the residents living and working in the area both during the evenings and early hours. We are working with other agencies to provide a multi-faceted approach to properly assess the reasons for these issues, the impacts they’re having and ways to disrupt.

Anti Social Behaviour

25/07/2018

Residents & shop owners are known to be disturbed by drug dealing, groups of youths, graffiti and disruptive behaviour. The negative impact on the community is being caused by a range of behaviours which don’t all necessarily fall within a criminal category, and so to address this we are working with 3rd parties to engage solutions.


Adam Poole is a dedicated PCSO for Barton and Tredworth

PCSO Adam Poole has been working for the Constabulary for over 13 years. He initially worked from Hucclecote Police station  for 10 years and then moved to Gloucester City to be part of a Community Intelligence Team. He is now one of the dedicated named officers for Barton & Tredworth .

Adam is an experienced officer and has worked in different areas of neighbourhood policing he can speak the Czech language “ not fluent, but can communicate and understand”.

“ I have lived and grown up within the Barton & Tredworth  area most of my life  , My passion has always been to police the community that I grew up in”,

“I love the diversity of the local community and the variety of incidents always means that no two days are the same”.  

Adam is part of the local Muslim community and is of Islamic faith.

 

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Stuart Hopkins is a dedicated PCSO for Barton and Tredworth

PCSO 9244 Stuart HOPKINS has been working for Gloucestershire Constabulary for a little over 8 years. Having started his affiliation with the Constabulary in February 2009, working as a Local Police Support Officer (LPSO) in Stroud he applied to be a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) at the end of 2012 and was successfully appointed in post in February 2013 where he has been based at BARTON STREET police station with responsibility for patrolling the BARTON & TREDWORTH communities.

 

Stu has been fortunate enough to have remained at one station since his PCSO employment and there is no place he would rather be as the diverse ethnicities bring their own challenges creating an opportunity to learn and develop ideas, understand the various cultures, listen to individual stories and understand what matters to them. The various cultural backgrounds add a vibrancy to the area, the various flags and bunting bring a splash of colour and the smell of continental cuisines drifting down the street cannot be beaten but above all else, despite the challenges and adversity it’s the people that shape the area and the community spirit remains strong, it can’t be broken and that is why he enjoys walking and talking to those that live in BARTON & TREDWORTH.

 

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Stacey Lee is a dedicated PCSO for Matson, Robinswood, White City

PCSO Stacey Lee has been working for the Constabulary for almost 15 years and was part of the first group of twenty Pcsos employed by Gloucester Constabulary in 2003. After her initial training she worked in Gloucester Town Centre for 2 years and then moved to cover the area of Barton, Tredworth and White City for 12 years, she is now one of the local officers for Matson, Robinswood and White City.

Stacey is an experienced and dedicated officer who has worked in different areas of neighbourhood policing, Stacey likes the diversity of the local community and the different incidents she deals with on a day to day basis means that although she has worked for the Constabulary for a number of years, there are always new things for her to deal with and to solve.   

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Neal Paddock is a dedicated PC for Barton, Tredworth and White City

PC 2094 Neal Paddock has been working for the Police for 14 years and Gloucestershire is the 3rd Police Constabulary he has worked for. He started work in Nottinghamshire Police, transferred to Avon & Somerset before finally coming to Gloucestershire. Initially he worked at Cirencester Police Station before being moved to Gloucester City. Neal became a Neighbourhood Officer in 2014 initially covering the City Centre. With the launch of Neighbourhood Policing by the Chief & the Crime Commissioner in 2018 Neal was moved to cover Barton, Tredworth & WhiteCity. Passionate about Neighbourhood Policing, Neal believes in the good that can be achieved from this approach. 

 

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Appeal to locate the owners of high value watch and six bikes - Gloucester,
Item added: Friday 17 August 2018
We're trying to locate the owners of a high value watch and six bikes which were found at an address in Podsmead. A man was arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft and the items were recovered as a result. The items which we believe to be stolen are as follows: - A ladies Rolex Day-Date watch - A black and red Voodoo bike - A silver and green Boardman bike - A red FreeGo bike - A black and green Cannondale bike - A black Devinci Vancouver bike with white wheel trims - A grey and turquoise Cannondale synapse If you are the owner of these items or know who may belong to please call 101 with incident 63 of 14 August.
Incident Number
63 of 14 August
Cigarettes stolen in burglary - Gloucester,
Item added: Sunday 12 August 2018
Police are seeking information about a burglary at a supermarket where a quantity of cigarettes were stolen. Offenders forced entry to the store on Cheltenham Road East, Churchdown at approximately 2.45am on Friday. Enquiries are ongoing but anyone with information about this burglary is asked to call police on 101 and quote incident 29 of 10 August.
Incident Number
29 of 10 August
Sentimental jewellery stolen in Tuffley burglary - Gloucester,
Item added: Friday 10 August 2018
We're appealing for information following a burglary in Tuffley where a number of sentimental items of jewellery were stolen. At some time between 1am and 7am today (Friday) an unknown offender/s entered the property which belonged to a woman aged in her 90s. Items stolen include a gold ring with diamonds set in, a gold eternity ring with two rubies and three diamonds, a gold ruby cluster ring and a small red leather purse approximately four inches in length. The victim was asleep at the time of the burglary. If you have seen any items similar to those described advertised for sale, or have any information which could help with enquiries, please call police on 101 and quote incident 69 of 10 August.
Incident Number
69 of 10 August
Appeal after report of man falling into Gloucester river. - Gloucester,
Item added: Monday 13 August 2018
We received a call at 12:30am this morning (13 August) following reports that a man was shouting for help after going into the river at Westgate Bridge in Gloucester. We have no description of the man but it's believed that he was walking a large light tan coloured German Shepherd/Husky breed dog at the time. Despite a large scale search including the police helicopter and fire service boats no-one was located. Dog walkers who are familiar with the area and may know who the man is or anyone with information should call 101 quoting incident number 11 of 13 August.
Birmingham men arrested in connection with County Lines investigation - Gloucester,
Item added: Friday 20 July 2018
Two men from Birmingham have been arrested and suspected Class A drugs seized as part of our investigations to target County Lines drug dealing. On Tuesday (17 July) officers executed a planned stop of a vehicle which had been identified as travelling between Birmingham and Gloucester.The vehicle was safely stopped on the A40 northern bypass and a search resulted in approximately £1,000 worth of suspected crack cocaine being seized.A 21-year-old man and a 23-year-old man, both from Birmingham, were arrested on suspicion of Class A drugs supply. They have been released under investigation pending further enquiries. County Lines relates to the phone lines people use. Drugs gangs set up a dedicated phone number for people to order and supply drugs such as heroin and crack cocaine. They also often take over the homes of vulnerable people and exploit children by using them as drug mules. If you know of someone involved in the supply of Class A drugs, or maybe a mobile number being used to buy and sell drugs, or anything else you think could be useful for us to know please call 101. Alternatively, use this form: bit.ly/TraffickedChild You can also report anonymously through Crimestoppers by clicking here: bit.ly/GlosPolCrimestoppers
London men jailed for more than 24 years for stabbing - Cheltenham, Gloucester,
Item added: Wednesday 18 July 2018
Two men from London have been jailed for a total of 24 years and 11 months for their involvement in a stabbing in the county.Jordan Weston, 25 and of Southend Lane admitted wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm in relation to a stabbing in Cheltenham in 2016.At Bristol Crown Court yesterday, Tuesday 17 July, Weston was sentenced to 12 years and 11 months imprisonment with a further four years on licence for the attack.His co-defendant, 22-year-old Uzoma Izunwa, had denied the same charge but was found guilty following a trial at Gloucester Crown Court in November last year. Izunwa, of Sumner Road, Croydon was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment and will serve a further four years on licence.The pair had chased a man through the streets in the town centre on 12 August 2016 and repeatedly stabbed him as he fell to the ground.The victim suffered 15 or 16 stab wounds but did not suffer life threatening injuries in the attack. In May this year Weston was also found guilty of a separate second offence of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm following a trial at Gloucester Crown Court.He had denied stabbing a man three times at Gloucester Park on Monday 4 July 2016 over a drug dealing dispute, but a jury took less than an hour to return a guilty verdict.Gloucestershire Constabulary officers pursued Weston even though the victim was not willing to work with police. He was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for this offence to run concurrently.At the time of the incident Weston was wearing distinctive clothing which helped him to be identified despite the CCTV footage of the assault being of a poor quality.The victim suffered a superficial laceration to the right chest wall and left side of his abdomen as well as a deep laceration to his left forearm.Shortly after these offences Weston was charged and convicted of conspiracy to supply heroin in the Cheltenham area under Operation Emperor - Gloucestershire Constabulary's crackdown on drugs. He was sentenced to three years and eight months. His most recent sentence will run consecutively to the sentence he is currently serving.Detective Inspector Ian Fletcher said: "Weston and Izunwa are a classic example of County Line operators. They took advantage of vulnerable persons and used extreme violence to either secure their drug territories or to send messages to others who wished to challenge their position. "This investigation was lengthy and convoluted but through skill and sheer grit and determination DS Martin and DC Swinyard have secured convictions against two very dangerous individuals."Judge HHJ Cullum commented that he believed there had been an escalation of violence shown by both offenders and it was his view that they were dangerous and posed a real risk of committing further offences likely to cause significant harm. "The sentences passed at Bristol Crown Court show that both Gloucestershire Constabulary and the courts will not tolerate this level of criminality and both Weston and Izunwa will now not see freedom for a considerable amount of time. "I would like to personally thank all those members of the public who came forward providing either evidence or intelligence which led to this successful conviction. With the help of our communities we can rid the county of similar dangerous offenders and send a message that Gloucestershire is not an easy target for County Line offenders."
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Appeal to locate the owners of high value watch and six bikes
Item added: Friday 17 August 2018
We're trying to locate the owners of a high value watch and six bikes which were found at an address in Podsmead. A man was arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft and the items were recovered as a result. The items which we believe to be stolen are as follows: - A ladies Rolex Day-Date watch - A black and red Voodoo bike - A silver and green Boardman bike - A red FreeGo bike - A black and green Cannondale bike - A black Devinci Vancouver bike with white wheel trims - A grey and turquoise Cannondale synapse If you are the owner of these items or know who may belong to please call 101 with incident 63 of 14 August.
Date/Time of incident:
12:00am on Tuesday 14 August 2018
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63 of 14 August
Lewd act committed in Cheltenham
Item added: Sunday 12 August 2018
On Saturday evening police received a report of an incident in Cheltenham where a man had been seen committing a lewd act. The incident happened between 5.10pm and 5.15pm in the Burrows Park, just off Arden Road. The man is described as being white, is believed to be aged in his 30s, around 6ft in height, of a medium build and had brown hair. He had whistled at children in the area but did not speak to them or approach them. Anyone with information about this incident should call police on 101 and reference 321 of 11 August.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 5:10pm and 5:15pm on Saturday 11 August 2018
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391 of 11 August
Cigarettes stolen in burglary
Item added: Sunday 12 August 2018
Police are seeking information about a burglary at a supermarket where a quantity of cigarettes were stolen. Offenders forced entry to the store on Cheltenham Road East, Churchdown at approximately 2.45am on Friday. Enquiries are ongoing but anyone with information about this burglary is asked to call police on 101 and quote incident 29 of 10 August.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 2:40am and 2:50am on Friday 10 August 2018
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29 of 10 August
Sentimental jewellery stolen in Tuffley burglary
Item added: Friday 10 August 2018
We're appealing for information following a burglary in Tuffley where a number of sentimental items of jewellery were stolen. At some time between 1am and 7am today (Friday) an unknown offender/s entered the property which belonged to a woman aged in her 90s. Items stolen include a gold ring with diamonds set in, a gold eternity ring with two rubies and three diamonds, a gold ruby cluster ring and a small red leather purse approximately four inches in length. The victim was asleep at the time of the burglary. If you have seen any items similar to those described advertised for sale, or have any information which could help with enquiries, please call police on 101 and quote incident 69 of 10 August.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 1:00am and 7:00am on Friday 10 August 2018
Call 101 and quote incident number
69 of 10 August
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