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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.

Anti-Social Behaviour Stroud Town Centre

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1. Anti-Social Behaviour Stroud Town Centre. Residents and visitors have raised concerns in relation to groups causing anti-social behaviour and graffiti. In line with the Police and Crime commissioner's priority of 'Safer Days and Nights', Officers are working a multi-agency approach to tackle the issues.


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Man dies in Sharpness Docks boat fire - Stroud,
Item added: Thursday 24 May 2018
Officers are investigating after a man was found dead following a boat fire in Sharpness.Police were called by Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service to the fire at Sharpness Docks shortly after 12.30am on Wednesday (23 May). The fire was extinguished but sadly the body of a man was recovered from the scene. His next of kin and the coroner have been informed. The circumstances are being treated as unexplained at this time and enquiries are continuing.
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11 of 23 May
Stroud Police hold cocooning event in Paganhill - Stroud,
Item added: Tuesday 22 May 2018
Officers in Stroud took part in a cocooning event on Monday (21 May). Gloucestershire Constabulary together with the Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service, Stroud District Council and P3 charity, were in the Paganhill area from 10.30am to 2.15pm speaking to local residents. Those involved visited residents to offer safeguarding advice whilst listening to any concerns that the local community had. The day focused on community safety, crime prevention and raising awareness of Your Community Alerts; this is a system that we use to send information and messages to members of the public.Our Community Engagement Vehicle (CEV) was parked in the Maypole Hall car park and this was used as a hub during the day. The event was also a key part of the new Neighbourhood Policing approach to ensure that residents and businesses know who their local officer is. The aim was for more than 100 properties to be visited in Mathews Way, Duderstadt Close, Archway Gardens, Allen Drive and College Road. Paganhill Area Officer Gary Lynch, who had oversight of the event said:“We were working with a number of other agencies ranging from our fire colleagues, Stroud District Council and P3. “The event was designed to get into the community and engage on a door to door level with a view to make things better. “We hope that through doing so we will be able to foster better relationships with the various agencies but equally with the community itself. “We have made a number of steps to progress and this is part of that journey”. Gloucestershire Constabulary would like to thank all of the residents who spoke to us as well as our partner agencies.
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Vehicle seen driven at speed turned out to be a young driver with no insurance. Car seized, reported for the offenc… https://t.co/BeIQNz4lJt
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RT @Glos_Police: You may have heard about sextortion again in the news. If this happens to you please remember: Don't panic, don't pay or s…
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RT @Glos_Police: On Wednesday we issued a CCTV appeal to try and identify a woman who may have been able to help police with inquiries into…
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RT @Usefoodwell: Great introduction to the patch for our new PCSO who visited for lunch today @StroudPolice @Glos_OPCC https://t.co/GrJIyeO…
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RT @GlosPolice_FCR: A white Ford Transit OV14KBY, similar to the below, has been stolen from Thoresby Ave, Gloucester overnight. If seen be…
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RT @GlosPolice_FCR: A blue and silver Mitsubishi shogun W562RHU, similar to the below, has been stolen from Warden Hill Road, Cheltenham ye…
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Really great engagement day yesterday with @Glosfire @StroudDC and @P3stroud @stroudnews in Paganhill. Thank you al… https://t.co/PXsLpToPM7
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We've been taking part in a cocooning event today. Officers along with @GlosFire and @StroudDC were in the Pagan H… https://t.co/CSDps2Y99W
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RT @sdc_wardens: 'Cocooning' Joint community working in Paganhill this morning. https://t.co/qgZk7SxdyH
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#CEV is in the Maypole Hall car park, Paganhill, Stroud today with our colleagues from the Fire Service and Stroud… https://t.co/HUH2NwK0wg
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Painswick Rugby Club Open Day
8am till 11am
Painswick Rugby Club
If you are between the ages of 14 and 18 and thinking of joining the Police Cadets come along and find out more today as we will have lots of our cadets on hand to talk to you about the scheme.
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PCSO 249073 Debbie Collicott
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Homebase ,Cainscross Road ,Stroud
Come along and meet your local Neighbourhood officers, partners and local contacts. Tell us your concerns and local issues.
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PCSO 249239 Gary Lynch
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Cash and jewellery stolen in Stonehouse burglary
Item added: Friday 25 May 2018
Between 4pm and 9pm on Tuesday 22 May unknown offenders broke into a property off Oldends Lane in Stonehouse. After forcing entry to the premises cash and jewellery was stolen from within. Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident 504 of 22 May. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 4:00pm and 9:00pm on Tuesday 22 May 2018
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504 of 22 May
Trial bikes stolen in Tuffley
Item added: Tuesday 22 May 2018
We're trying to find three trial bikes that were stolen in Tuffley yesterday (21 May). The bikes were taken from the garage of a property on The Warren at around 3am. If you've seen the bikes or know where they may be please call 101 with incident 47 of 21 May.
Date/Time of incident:
3:00am on Monday 21 May 2018
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47 of 21 May
Bike stolen from outside Cheltenham shop
Item added: Monday 21 May 2018
Have you seen this stolen bike? It was taken from outside the Nisa store on Beaumont Road in Cheltenham at some point between 6.05am and 6.20am on Saturday 12 May. If you have seen the bike or know where it may be please call 101 with incident 5 of 13 May.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 6:05am and 6:20am on Saturday 12 May 2018
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5 of 13 May.
Bikes stolen from shed in Abbeymead
Item added: Monday 21 May 2018
Between 2am and 2.45am on Wednesday 16 May unknown offenders gained entry to a shed in the Abbeymead area of Gloucester and stole two bikes from within. A black Ribble racer bike and a Saracen bike were taken and officers are appealing for anyone who has seen these bikes to contact police. If you have seen these bikes advertised for sale, or have any information which can help with inquiries, call police on 101 quoting incident 60 of 16 May.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 2:00am and 2:45am on Wednesday 16 May 2018
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60 of 16 May
Cat paperweights stolen in burglary
Item added: Thursday 17 May 2018
Police are investigating a burglary in Great Rissington last month in which more than 40 Royal Crown Derby cat paperweights were stolen. The burglary happened at a property in Rectory Lane and was reported at about 5pm on Monday 23 April by a neighbour who noticed that there had been a break-in. Each paperweight has a unique serial number at the bottom. Anyone who saw any suspicious activity in Rectory Lane, or is offered them for sale is asked to contact Gloucestershire Constabulary.
Date/Time of incident:
Between 1:55pm on Thursday 17 May 2018 and 1:56pm on Thursday 31 May 2018
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316 of 23 April
Appeal to find owner of stolen disc cutter
Item added: Wednesday 16 May 2018
We are trying to find the owner of a STIHL TS 400 disc cutter which was recovered in Cheltenham and is believed to have been stolen. If you are the owner of this item please call police on 101 quoting incident 328 of 19 April.
Date/Time of incident:
3:15pm on Thursday 19 April 2018
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328 of 19 April
Stolen bike recovered in Eastern Avenue, Gloucester
Item added: Wednesday 16 May 2018
Officers in Gloucester have recovered a bike which they believe to have been stolen and are appealing for the owner. The white Trek 8.4 mountain bike was found abandoned in Eastern Avenue in the early hours of this morning, Wednesday 15 May. Police suspect it was stolen during a burglary overnight in the area. If you own a bike which matches the description please check your outhouses/sheds to see if yours is missing. If you believe this bike is yours, please call police on 101 quoting incident 54 of 16 May.
Date/Time of incident:
4:30am on Wednesday 16 May 2018
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54 of 16 May
Appeal to find owner of stolen Suzuki motorbike
Item added: Monday 14 May 2018
We are trying to find the owner of a Suzuki motorbike which we believe to be stolen. The bike was found near Coniston Road in Cheltenham by a member of the public on Thursday 19 April. If you are the owner of this bike or know who may be please call 101 quoting incident 328 of 19 April.
Date/Time of incident:
3:15pm on Thursday 19 April 2018
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328 of 19 April
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