Why not come to one of our events?
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.
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.
Gloucestershire Specials and Volunteers win awards in the South West
Gloucestershire Constabulary were winners in the SW Region Special Constabulary and Police Support Volunteer Awards 2015.
The awards, hosted by Devon and Cornwall Police at Exeter Golf and C…
Gloucestershire based Tri-Force dog wins prestigious Public Service Dog Animal Hero Awards trophy
A Gloucestershire based police dog has won the Public Service Animal of the Year Award 2015 at the Daily Mirror Animal Hero awards in London.
Stella, a 3 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier,…
Police Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle in Tewkesbury on Friday evening (23 October)
Gloucestershire Constabulary’s Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle will be appearing in Tewkesbury on Friday evening, 23 October, as part of its autumn tour around the county to raise crime prevention…
The Aston Project
Are you interested in supporting young people and do you have a few hours to spare each month? If you’ve answered ‘Yes’ the Aston Project needs you!
The Aston Project is an innovative, pol…
Missing man found safe and well
Brian Owen, 45, has been found safe and well.
He was located yesterday afternoon (Monday 28 September) in Gloucester.
Thank you to everyone who shared our appeal.
Enjoyable day at Gloucestershire Constabulary Junior Schools Community Cup 2015
On Friday 25th September 2015, Gloucestershire Constabulary organised a football competition for schools in Tewkesbury and Cheltenham for children aged 10-11 years old.
The competition was …
Brockworth resident, 83, receives Chief Constable's Award for custody support
An 83 year old Brockworth resident has been singled out for a special award for his unstinting support to adult and juvenile detainees for over 21 years.
John Thornhill, who is now 83, is fi…
Licensing checks in the Cotswolds
On the evening of Friday 4 September 2015 Licensing Officers from Cotswold District Council joined forces with Police Officers from the Cotswold Neighbourhood Policing Team to carry out licence and…
You're Welcome Workshops are back!
Barnwood Trust, alongside partners, is launching its fourth phase of free, fun and inspiring workshops for people living and working across Gloucestershire. They will run September 2015 - January 2…