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School Buses

  • Penparcan and Llanbadarn Fawr
    Wednesday, October 22, 2014
    Thu 06 Nov 2014

    Concerns have been raised in regards to the behaviour of School children on School buses in the mornings. Concerns have also been raised at the fact that seatbelts are not being used by the school children. PCSO's 8107 Bergmanski and PCSO 8191 Quinn have been travelling on the school buses in the morning to prevent any disruptive behaviour on the bus and to ensure that all children are wearing seatbelts.

    19/09/2014 - Penparcau Road School Bus

    26/09/2014 - Penparcau Road School Bus

    08/10/2014 - Penparcau Road School Bus

    10/10/2014 - Penparcau Road School Bus

    21/10/2014 - Heol Tyn y Fron School Bus

    23/10/2014 - Penparcau Road School Bus

    Half term

    6/11/2014 - Penglais School Bus

Speeding initiative Penparcau and Llanbadarn Fawr.

  • Penparcau and Llanbadarn Fawr.
    Wednesday, August 7, 2013
    Thu 06 Nov 2014

    Penparcau NPT have received numerous complaints in regards to speeding on Penparcau Road and Llanbadarn road.

    28/02/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Penparcau Road

    19/03/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Penparcau Road with the assitance of year six pupils from Llwyn yr Eos School.

    21/03/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Penparcau Road with the assitance of year six pupils from Llwyn yr Eos School.

    09/04/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Llanbadarn Road

    24/06/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Primrose Hill

    30/06/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Penparcau Road

    22/08/2014 Speed initiative conducted in Llanbadarn Fawr

    23/08/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Penparcau Road

    17/10/2014 Speed initiative conducted on Penparcau Road

Past Priorities

Tue, October 14, 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include; people who have limited family contact; distrust authority; have no friends; appear underfed, uncared for and withdrawn; are disorientated and avoid eye contact.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.

Sergeant Jane Mortley 422

  • Sergeant Jane Mortley

    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 Helen Yelland 1182

  • PC Helen Yelland joined as a PC in 2006 and became the Neighbourhood Policing Officer for Penparcau and Llanbadarn in 2012. She has been brought up in Ceredigion and is Welsh speaking. She works along side PSCO Harriet Bergmanski and PCSO James Crabb.

PC Matthew Richards 1010

  • PC Matthew Richards

    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 the Neighbourhood Policing Team for Aberystwyth.

PCSO Harriet Bergmanski 8107

  • PCSO Harriet Bergmanski is local to the Aberystwyth area having been schooled at Ysgol Gymraeg and Ysgol Penweddig. She joined as a PCSO in July 2012. Harriet works alongside PC Helen Yelland and PCSO James Crabb, covering Penparcau and Llanbadarn Fawr.


  • Each Monday morning at 10am a local PCSO will be conducting a surgery in the local post office where any issues or concerns they can be raised.

    Penparcau Post Office
    Monday 1 December, 10:00am - Monday 9 November, 10:00am
  • Coleg Ceredigion