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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.
Appeal after man suffers serious stab wounds in Gloucester
Officers are investigating a serious assault in Gloucester in the early hours of today (Sunday 13 August).
Body discovered at Robinswood Hill believed to be Eszter Detki
A body found on Robinswood Hill on Thursday is believed to be that of missing Gloucester woman Eszter Detki.
Man charged with manslaughter appears in court
A man appeared in court today after being charged with manslaughter following the death of a 34-year-old woman.
Stephen Perrett, 38, has been charged with manslaughter…
Three arrested following shed burglaries
Three men have been arrested in connection with shed burglaries at Hardwicke allotments.
Financial Scam Warning
Gloucestershire Constabulary are investigating a recent case of financial fraud.
Further arrests made in connection with Gloucester Park stabbing
Over the weekend two more arrests were made in connection with the Gloucester Park stabbing on Tuesday 1 August.
A 16-year-old youth from Bristol was arrested on suspicion of attempt…
Woman assaulted in Cirencester
Gloucestershire Constabulary are appealing for witnesses following an assault in the early hours of Sunday 6 August.
Police investigate two distraction burglaries in Gloucestershire
Four charged as part of DDN investigations
Four people have been charged over the weekend as part of our investigations into cross-county Dangerous Drug Networks (DDNs).
Last week officers executed warrants at …
CCTV appeal following Gloucester burglary
CCTV images have been released of three women officers want to identify and speak to in connection with a burglary in Gloucester last month.
At around 4pm on 11 July an un…