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Boy Racers around the Haverfordwest area

  • Saturday, September 6, 2014
    Sun 26 Oct 2014

    To provide high visible patrols and a show of presence and reassurance to the local community. Roads Policing Unit to assist also with patrols and enforcement of offences. Officers to issue Section 59 warnings to drivers when applicable.

    Officers have carried out patrols in the area and Roads Policing officers are aware of the issues being reported. We will continue to monitor this.

Anti-Social Behaviour during Haloween and Bonfire night

  • Saturday, September 6, 2014
    Sun 26 Oct 2014

    To Provide High visibility patrols and to fully support and promote Operation BANG (Be A Nice Guy) in order to reduce and deter anti-social behaviour over the Halloween and bonfire night periods.

    Haverfordwest Neighbourhood Policing Team have been visiting local schools talking to young people about how their behaviour can affect others as not everyone wants to join in the Halloween celebrations. They will also be reminded to keep them selves safe if they go out trick or treating. Posters have also been dropped off to local shops to stop the sale of flour and eggs to local Youths.

Sat, October 25, 2014

  • During the Halloween and Bonfire celebrations, officers are increasing in their communities to reassure people and to enable us to react quickly to anyone who uses Halloween or bonfire night as an excuse to commit anti-social behaviour.

    Some of our residents do worry when trick or treaters knock the door. While we do not want to spoil people’s enjoyment, we also don’t want it to get out of hand and cause people to feel threatened in their own home.

    Trick or treating advice includes:
    • Always go with an adult
    • Only to go to houses where you or your friends know the people and know you are welcome
    • Only go to houses displaying the ‘trick or treaters’ welcome poster
    • Don’t talk to strangers
    • Don’t enter the house always stay on the doorstep

Sergeant Andrew Miles 784

  • PS Andrew Miles

PCSO Dave Owen 8022

  • PCSO Dave Owen

    Beat responsibility for Castle and Prendergast ward

    PCSO Dave Owen joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in March 2007 and has lived in Pembrokeshire for over 30 years and was a pupil at Sir Thomas Picton School. Since he joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team he has gained a much better understanding of the community in Haverfordwest and how various agencies in the community interact. He said “The best part of the job is being part of a dedicated team and working closely with my colleagues in the police.”

PCSO Rachel Wall 8042

  • PCSO Rachel Wall

    Beat responsibility for Garth ward

    PCSO Rachel Wall joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in March 2007. Rachel covers the Garth beat of Haverfordwest. She enjoys meeting the community and building partnerships to work together to build stronger and safer neighbourhoods.

PCSO Emma Roberts 8036

  • PCSO Emma Roberts

    Beat responsibility for Priory ward

    PCSO Emma Roberts joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in October 2008 and is responsible for the Priory and Castle wards of Haverfordwest. PCSO Roberts has been brought up in Pembrokeshire and is looking forward to helping solve problems in the local area.

PCSO Rhys Howells 8040

  • PCSO Rhys Howells

    Beat responsibility for Merlins Bridge and Portfield wards

    PCSO Rhys Howells joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in April 2012. Rhys covers the Merlins bridge and Portfield wards of Haverfordwest. He enjoys engaging with the youths in the area and is looking forward to building strong links with the local community to help make the area safe.

Neighbourhood Meetings

  • 1st Monday of the month.

    Everyone is invited to attend the Partners And Communites Together (PACT) meeting to raise any community issues they have with their local Neighbourhood Team and other agencies.

    Pembrokeshire County Hall, Haverfordwest
    Monday 3 November, 7:00pm


  • Local Police are working in partnership with Hywel Dda Health Board and have arranged a regular Neighbourhood Police drop in Surgery to be held at Withybush General Hospital main foyer between 1430 hrs and 1600 hrs on the first Thursday of each month. NPT Sergeant Catrin Thomas said ‘We aim to provide a visible presence at Withybush Hospital in order to engage with the local community and find out what local issues they may have in order to help address those issues or signpost to appropriate partner agencies if appropriate’. The drop in surgery will include provision of information and advice on crime prevention issues and personal safety.

    Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest
    Thursday 6 November, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
  • The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be attending Mind, Quay Street every Wednesday between the hours of 13:30-14:00hrs to advise, listen to and help people with experience of mental distress.

    Pembrokeshire Mind, Quay Street
    Wednesday 5 November, 1:30pm - 2:00pm
  • Local Police / NPT officers will be at the LifePoint Centre, Bridge Street, Haverfordwest every Thursday between 11am and 12pm – please call in for a cuppa and a chat! Everyone welcome.

    Life Point Centre, Haverfordwest
    Thursday 6 November, 11:00am - 12:00pm