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The Constabulary operates two Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicles that are on the county’s roads most days visiting communities across Gloucestershire. They provide valuable links with neighbourhoods by supporting events, the latest Constabulary campaigns, police operations and also work with the Police and Crime Commissioner. You can find out here where the vehicles are this week.
Body found by officers searching for missing teenager
Officers searching for missing 18-year-old, Edward Dinsmore, have found a body.
The body of a man was found at around 8.15am today (Tuesday 21 June) in Quedgeley.
His next of kin ha…
Statement from parents of Lucy Murrell, Stroud woman who died on Friday night
The parents of a woman who was found in a serious condition on the banks of the River Frome in Stroud on Friday evening have issued a statement.
Two 17-year-olds given civil injunctions for anti-social behaviour in Cheltenham
Two 17-year-old boys were given two civil injunctions at Gloucester Youth Court on Friday 26 February.
Over the past 18 months, Gloucestershire Constabulary received over 40 complaints from…
We believe in Gloucestershire
The historic county of Gloucestershire has existed for 1,000 years and the Cotswolds is an integral part.
Our residents and businesses have a strong affection for our fan…
Suspicious incident in Hesters Way
Police are appealing for information after a suspicious incident in Hesters Way yesterday.
Speed operation conducted in Linden following community concerns
The Barton Street Neighbourhood Policing Team carried out a speed operation in Linden last week.
On Wednesday 16 December between 1.30pm and 4.15pm, officers attended three locations - Lyso…
Gloucestershire Constabulary wins 'Changing Lives' Award
Gloucestershire Constabulary have been successful at the Chris Donovan Trust Awards held in Sutton, Surrey in November.
The Chris Donovan Trust was founded by Ray and Vi Donovan whose son w…
New mobile devices allow police officers to spend more time in their communities
Over 500 police officers in Gloucestershire Constabulary are now using new mobile devices to promote a more effective and efficient way of working.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 devices, which …
Successful partnership between Dursley Neighbourhood Policing and Rednock School
Over the past few months Dursley Neighbourhood Policing Team had experienced some anti-social behaviour amongst youngsters in the local area.
In an attempt to tackle this problem the polic…
Increased patrols in Gloucester for Halloween night
There will be extra police patrols in Gloucester tomorrow night (Saturday 31 October). Members of the public who are out and about will see an increased police presence in the city.