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Anti Social behaviour at Market Street

  • Friday, October 31, 2014
    Fri 31 Oct 2014

    Complaints received that groups of youths are congregating outside the Market Street toilets causing annoyance to members of the public.
    Patrols will be targeted at this area.
    We ask that if anyone has any issues in this area to call us on 101.

Anti- Social Driving Lampeter Town

  • Lampeter Town
    Monday, September 8, 2014
    Fri 31 Oct 2014

    Several complaints have been received in relation to Anti-Social driving in Lampeter Town and specifically in the Rookery Car Park. NPT will liaise with the Roads Policing Unit and Officers to make it a priority in the next month to target vehicles driving Anti-Socially. If members of the public witness anti-social driving and this causes them harassment, alarm or distress please contact 101 and provide details to Lampeter Neighbourhood Policing Team who will deal with matters efficiently and effectively. 

    We are continuing to patrol the roads and deal with any offences we come across.

    To date four drivers have now been warned under Section 59 of the Police reform Act 2002. This means that should they be involved in this manner of driving in the future their car will be seized under this power

Past Priorities

Mon, October 13, 2014

  • Dyfed Powys Police are asking residents to help in their fight against modern day slavery during a week of activity in October. Our officers will be out in communities speaking to residents, business owners, factory managers and people working at our ports about modern day slavery. They will be explaining what to look out for and how people can help us to stop this exploitation taking place.

    It is a hidden crime. It is difficult to detect but there are signs to look out for, they include; people who have limited family contact; distrust authority; have no friends; appear underfed, uncared for and withdrawn; are disorientated and avoid eye contact. It may be easier to spot houses where victims could be held as the curtains may always be closed or have a reflective coating on them, there may even be locks or bars on the windows, CCTV cameras installed, the letterbox sealed and restricted access to the front and back doors.

    Watch film on modern slavery and find out about the signs to spot victims and how you can help www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv1H_fAoOG4&list=UU697e0rGEZK8tO-qmFN6kag

    You can report any suspicions to us by calling 101, or by calling the national helpline 0800 0121 700.

Inspector Mike Melly

  • Insp Melly

    I have been a Police Officer for over 20 years, working in all the towns in Carmarthenshire at one point or another. I was promoted to Police Inspector about a year ago and have been promoted to Ceredigion . I enjoy this role and what a great area to serve. The challenges of Ceredigion are similar to other divisions and will be tackled professionally with dedication. I will work hard with my team of excellent officers to deal with local issues in line with the Force Strategy.

Sergeant Delme Rees 515

  • The Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant for the mid-section of Ceredigion is PS 515 Delme Rees. Having previously performed the same role in the Aberystwyth area, he is now looking forward to tackling the issues in his local community by being accessible and fully supporting his officers to deliver on identified community priorities.

PC Andrew Jones 752

  • PC Andrew Jones

    PC Andrew Jones was born and brought up in the counties of Carmarthenshire & Pembrokeshire and is a Welsh speaker. He joined the Metropolitan Police service in 2004 and spent over 4 years policing in London as a Police Community Support Officer before joining Dyfed-Powys Police in 2009 as a Police Constable. On return to the area he was stationed at Lampeter Police Station and in March 2014 took over as the Neighborhood policing Constable for Lampeter and surrounding area. 


PCSO Ryan Jones 8071

  • PCSO Ryan Jones joined as a PCSO in March 2007. He completed sixth form in QE High, Carmarthen in 2006 and worked in retail before joining the police. He enjoys working with members of the public and working closely with all communities in the area.

PCSO Hannah Evans 8114

  • hannah evans

    PCSO Hannah Evans is originally from Llandysul, and joined Dyfed Powys Police in September 2012 as a Police Community Support Officer in Lampeter. She completed sixth form in Ysgol Gyfun Dyffryn Teifi in 2009 and spent the last three years studying BA Criminology and Sociology in Cardiff Metropolitan University. Her aim as a PCSO is to work closely with the community to tackle and address local needs and concerns. She is looking forward to making a difference within the community and taking positive action to make the community a safer place to live and work.

Neighbourhood Meetings

  • There will be a surgery held at Capel Cilgwyn on Thursday the 17th of July at 19:00hrs.

    Members of the community are invited to attend to discuss community issues and influence local priorities.

    The surgeries will be held at the location every other Thursday commencing on the above date.

    Capel Cilgwyn Llangybi


  • Your Neighbourhood Policing Team will be at Lampeter Police Station on Tuesday and Friday between 10:00 and 14:00hrs weekly.

    Lampeter Police Station