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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.
Man charged following violent burglaries and robbery
A Cheltenham man has been charged with various offences following a number of violent thefts in the town.
Further arrests following stabbing in Cheltenham
Two people have been arrested following the assault on a man in Cheltenham.
Man charged with attempted murder in Gloucester
A man has been charged with attempted murder after an incident at a pub in Gloucester.
Scott Hoare, aged 45, of Worcester Street in Gloucester, has been charged with attempted murder, ABH, …
Robbery at home of Stroud pensioner - man arrested
Police have arrested a man in connection with a robbery at the home of an elderly Stroud man.
Women charged with theft in Coleford
Two women have been charged with a theft from a shop in Coleford earlier this week.
Man arrested in connection to Cheltenham bus stabbing
A man has been arrested in connection with a stabbing on a bus in Cheltenham.
Two people charged following assault in Tewkesbury
Two people have been charged following an assault on a man and a woman in Tewkesbury.
Men arrested for drink driving and racecourse golf buggy theft bailed
Two men, aged 25 from Gloucester and aged 22 from Longhope, who were arrested in connection with the theft of a golf buggy from the racecourse and driving it whilst drunk, have been bailed until Mo…
Further arrests made at Cheltenham Festival 2016 yesterday
Officers in Cheltenham arrested three more race-goers yesterday (Wednesday 16 March).
At around 6.40pm, a 27-year-old man from Birmingham was arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disord…
High heels and low crime for Ladies Day 2016
There were plenty of high heels but low crime for Ladies Day, after a record attendance for the first day at Cheltenham Festival 2016 yesterday.
The sun managed to break its way through t…