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Aberystwyth Town and University

Drinking in designated Public Places

  • Thursday, May 30, 2013
    Sat 12 Apr 2014

    It has been brought to Aberystwyth Town Neighbourhood Policing team the issue of drinkers in the alcohol free zone. Patrols will be conducted and alcohol will be seized should persons be identified.

    Patrols continue within these areas, persons seen in these areas moved on and alcohol confiscated.

    Patrols carried out in the area a number of persons spoken to and alcohol seized, patrols will continue to be carried out during the Summer months.

Speeding in Trefechan

  • Thursday, May 30, 2013
    Sat 12 Apr 2014

    Read your Speed operations will be conducted in the area of Trefechan following concerns from a local Cllr regarding vehicles speeding in the 30mph zone.

    Read Your Speed continues to be held within this area

Steal and Be Banned Initiative

  • Aberystwyth Town
    Thursday, May 30, 2013
    Sat 12 Apr 2014

    Over coming months, Aberystwyth retailers are going to be working in partnership with the local Neighbourhood Policing Team by targeting shoplifters and banning them from the stores on convictions. With the effective use of Store Net Radio’s, stores are able to notify Police and other stores immediately should they have any suspicions of individuals. The purpose of the scheme is to make Aberystwyth a safer and more pleasurable experience to shop.

    Steal and be banned scheme up and running within the Aberystwyth town area. 43 stores involved in the scheme, anyone caught shoplifting within the Aberystwyth Town area will find themselves put on this scheme.

    We plan on having the Steal and Be Banned scheme set up by the end of June. Retailers in Aberystwyth Town will be working in partnership with the local Neighbourhood Policing Team by targeting shoplifters and banning them from the stores on convictions. The purpose of the scheme is to make Aberystwyth a safer and more pleasurable experience to shop.

Past Priorities

Mon, August 05, 2013

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    We want to make sure you can access our services in a way that suits you. This first phase of the app aims to provide information on what the local police team are doing in communities. It includes information on Police stations, a range of services provided as well as the latest news from the Force.

     

    It is free to download the bilingual app on iPhones and Androids, and the information automatically updates when you are in an area with 3G signal. Search for Dyfed Powys Police in the Apple app store or on Google play.

     

Sergeant Jane Mortley 422

  • Sergeant Jane Mortley has worked in Aberystwyth as a PC and sergeant since 2000. She joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in 2012 with responsibility for supervising the North Ceredigion team. She is committed to ensuring the team provide a high level of service and tackle the issues which affect the local communities.

PC Mark Jones 1072

  • PC Mark Jones has been a police officer since 2001, mainly working in the South Ceredigion section, before becoming a Neighbourhood Policing Officer within the Aberystwyth Rural section in October 2006.

PC Matthew Richards 1010

  • PC Matthew Richards has been a police officer since March 2006, when he moved to the area from South Wales. Having worked Aberystwyth beat for 7 years he has recently joined Neighbour policing for Aberystwyth town alongside PC Mark Jones.

PCSO David Goffin 8067

  • PCSO David Goffin has been in his role since March 2007. After working for over a year at Pembroke Dock, he started in the rural patch of Aberystwyth in September 2008. David is looking forward to working with the local community. When not in work, he enjoys playing snooker.

PCSO Caroline Hughes 8097

  • PCSO Caroline Hughes is local to the Aberystwyth area having been schooled at Ysgol Llanfarian and Ysgol Gyfun Penglais. She joined as a PCSO in February 2012 having been a Special Constable for 2 years previously. Caroline works alongside PC Mark Jones and PCSO David Goffin on the Aberystwyth Town section.

PCSO Amy Ryan 8156

  • PCSO Amy Ryan grew up in Aberystwyth and attended Penglais Comprehensive School. Amy has been living in Cardiff for the past 7 years but is excited about starting the new role back in her home town. Amy will be working in the Town and University area. Outside of work Amy enjoys the gym and Sci:fi television.

Events

  • We currently have no future meetings planned for Aberystwyth Town. However if you would like to discuss an issue please contact us on 101.

Surgeries

  • Surgeries will take place weekly starting from Thursday 26th September 2013 between 2-4pm and will be located within the Student Union of Aberystwyth University.

    Student Union of Aberystwyth University