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ASB Lampeter Town

  • Wednesday, July 16, 2014
    Fri 04 Jul 2014

    We have made it a priority to conduct regular patrols on High Street in Lampeter and in the vicinity of St. Peter’s Church following reports of Anti-Social Behaviour.

    High Visibility patrols have been conducted by the Neighbourhood Policing Team and Lampeter Officers. No persons have been identified and no further issues regarding the matter have currently been reported. Officers will continue to monitor the specified area.

    If you have any further information relating to this it is advised that you contact the Police on 101. Any information received will remain confidential.

Patrols in the Designated No Drinking Zone

  • Wednesday, July 16, 2014
    Mon 16 Jun 2014

    Drinking and the consumption of alcohol within the designated no drinking zone of the town will be closely monitored.
    A significant amount of alcohol has already been seized from individuals drinking within the designated no drinking zone of Lampeter. However, the Neighbourhood Policing Team will ensure that they continue to monitor the area.

     If anyone has any concerns about this or any other similar issues in this area, or has information that may help us deal with this matter please get in touch by calling the team on 101 or by emailing us on hannah.evans@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk.

Past Priorities

Mon, June 16, 2014

  • Secure Your Shed this Summer:

    As the weather gets warmer and people start to work in their garden sheds, we usually see an increase in the number of reported thefts from gardens and sheds across the force.
    Help us prevent that by following some simple steps to become more property security conscious.  
    Garden sheds are too often easy targets for criminals. Shed thefts can be prevented if a reasonable level of security is put in place. We are encouraging people to install good quality locks to all garden sheds and also to property mark their equipment using UV marker pens, paint or engraving.
    To improve security and to reduce the chance of become a victim of crime, please consider the following:
    • Record all model and serial numbers of the equipment i.e. lawn mowers, bicycles, tools, etc. on immobilise.com
    • Install security lighting in the garden
    • Ensure fences/gates are kept in good condition
    • Ensure good quality locks are fitted to the shed and are securely locked.  Windows to be fitted with locks
    • Property mark all the tools and equipment
    • To avoid thieves hiding behind hedges/shrubs – keep them cut back
    • Have prickly hedges around the perimeter to make accessibility to the garden difficult
    • Consider installing an alarm to the shed
    • Consider having gravel paths and drives – this discourages thieves from the garden – as gravel makes a noise
    • Ladders to be locked to a post or wall as they could be used for easy access to the home.

Inspector Mike Melly

  • Insp Melly

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 Richard Marshall 956

  • PC Richard Marshall joined the Police in 1996 whilst living in Aberystwyth and worked in Llanelli for five years before transferring to Lampeter where he became Local Beat Manager. Richard then spent some time working in the Tregaron and uplands community before returning to Lampeter where now continues his work as Neighbourhood Policing Constable. Richard recently received a Chief Constables Commendation for his role in a serious incident in the Cambrian Mountains.

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

  • Neighbourhood Watch is the best known and most effective example of the police and community working in partnership to prevent crime, build safer communities and improve the quality of life.

    The scheme is simple and is about a number of neighbours joining together to keep a watchful eye on their homes and area in which they live.

    Usually the group appoints a co-ordinator that act as a link with the community and the local police. Members are supplied with stickers, newsletters and crime prevention advice, encouraging members to report suspicious activity.

    If you are interested, it is highly likely that your neighbours are interested too. 

    The second meeting will be held at Capel Cilgwyn in Llangybi on the 7th of August 2014 at 19:00hrs.

    If you require any further information please contact PCSO Hannah EVANS 8114 at Lampeter Police Station.

    Capel Cilgwyn Llangybi
  • PACT meetings are an opportunity for the Community to have their say on what matters the most to them in their area. The problems encountered are discussed and solutions explored.

    Next meeting date and time are yet to be confirmed.

  • 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
    Thursday 31 July, 7:00pm


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

    Lampeter Police Station