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Provide a higher visibility in the Merlins Bridge area

  • Wednesday, August 6, 2014
    Thu 28 Aug 2014

    Haverfordwest Neighbourhood Policing Team will be providing a higher visibility in the Merlins Bridge area especially the grass bank area in Heol Derwen between the hours of 19:00 and 21:00hrs to help reduce and prevent any anti-social behaviour.

Mon, September 01, 2014

  • In September Dyfed Powys Police are recruiting officers and community support officers and are asking residents do you have what it takes to help us safeguard our communities?

    We are looking for new recruits to work in North Powys, North Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire and we want them to live within a 30 mile radius of the station. This is important because we want to increase the number of officers in those particular communities.

    The application process will open on September 11th and close a week later. You can find our more information, and take part in an eligibility questionnaire at http://dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/join-the-police

    You can find out more about the process at one of the familiarisation events that are taking place on September 8th, 9th and 10th. For the location and times of the events please visit http://dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/join-the-police/police-officers

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  • Sergeant Catrin Thomas

    Sergeant Catrin Thomas joined Dyfed-Powys Police in 1990 and was posted to Haverfordwest serving as both uniform response officer and local beat manager.  In 1996 she qualified to the rank of Sergeant and was promoted to Pembroke Dock in 1997.  In 2002 Catrin transferred back to Haverfordwest as uniform Sergeant.    Catrin qualified to the rank of Inspector in 2009  and was posted to Fishguard as a Response Sergeant before performing Temporary Inspector duties at Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire Custody Unit and Haverfordweset territorial.  In November 2013 Catrin became NPT Sergeant covering the Haverfordwest Section.  Catrin is from the Gwendraeth Valley area of Carmarthenshire and loves the great outdoors and in particular the lovely beaches and coastal path the Pembrokeshire has.  Catrin is very keen to build community relationships and to engage with partner agencies and third sector organisations as well as the local community and would truly welcome any ideas from the community to work co-operatively to deal with the issues that matter most to the local community.

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  • PC Geri Guest

    Beat responsibility for Haverfordwest Town

    PC Geri Guest joined the police service in 1988, beginning her career with West Midlands Police. She policed the inner city area, working ten of her sixteen years of service as a Detective Constable. She transferred to Dyfed-Powys Police in 2005, stationed at Haverfordwest Police Station as a beat officer and now as the Town Neighbourhood Policing Team Officer. She is married to a serving officer with one child who attends the local College.

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  • PCSO Dave Owen

    Beat responsibility for Castle 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.”

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • PCSO Liam Woodford

    Beat responsibility for Prendergast ward

    PCSO Liam Woodford joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in March 2007 and worked in New York for five years sports-coaching young people. Liam has a degree in Outdoor Education and Sports Studies. Since starting the job he has enjoyed meeting and working with the young people in the area, and he has formed a close relationship with Pembrokeshire College and the local schools.

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  • PCSO Rhiannon Tebbutt

    Beat responsibility for Merlins Bridge ward

    Rhiannon Tebbutt graduated from Trinity College, Carmarthen with 2:1 Primary Education and Qualified Teacher Status. She later became a Civil Enforcement Officer (Parking) working for Pembrokeshire County Council. Rhiannon began working for Dyfed Powys Police in April 2013; her role was as a Communications Advisor, working within the Force Communication Centre before starting her current role as a PCSO in September 2013. PCSO Tebbutt said “I strive to perform as a PCSO to the best of my ability and wish to continue my professional development within Dyfed Powys Police Force.”

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  • 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

Surgeries

  • 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 4 September, 2:30pm - 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 3 September, 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 4 September, 11:00am - 12:00pm