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Anti Social Behaviour - Trehafren

  • Thursday, April 17, 2014
    Thu 17 Apr 2014

    There have been a number of reports regarding anti social behaviour at the Trehafren area , Newtown.
    High visibility patrols have been carried out during the evenings and weekends to reduce and prevent such occurances. anti social behaviour.
    Members of the public are urged to report any such instances.

Crime Prevention Advice

  • Newtown
    Thursday, April 17, 2014
    Thu 17 Apr 2014

    Police are reminding home owners to protect their property and their homes from opportunistic burglars.
    • Make sure your house or flat is secure. Always secure outside doors. If you have to use a key, keep it nearby in a safe place, but not near the doors or in the locks
    • Keep your door closed, and use a spy hole, chain and locks
    • Look after your door frames, keep them strong
    • If other people such as previous tenants could still have keys that fit, change the locks. Don’t give keys to workmen or tradesmen, as they can easily make copies
    • Draw your curtains after dark
    • Use exterior lighting
    • Label your property.

Past Priorities

Sergeant Jonathan Rees 983

  • As Supervisor of the Neighbourhood and Rural Policing Team, Sergeant Jonathan Rees is responsible for implementing and delivering ‘Community Policing’ throughout Montgomeryshire. Drawing on thirteen years of Police service within CID, Drug and Vehicle Crime Targeting Teams, Intelligence and Surveillance, Jonathan is eager to utilise his experience in seeking resolution to the variety of community Issues that arise.

PC Steve Greenwood 662

  • Newtown town beat manager P.C.662 Greenwood  joined the Neighbourhood policing team in July  2010 following a seven year attachment to the training Department within Powys P.C. Greenwood has been in Powys since 1996 and is a well known face to the general public around Newtown. P. C. Greenwood enjoys engaging with multi agencies to problem solve and thoroughly thrives on the challenges that Neighbourhood policing can bring.

     

PCSO Graham Jennings 8007

  • As a Police Community Support Officer within Newtown, Graham has the additional responsibility as Community contact for Treowen, Garthowen, Maesyrhandir and Mochdre. As a local community member, Graham has forged vital links with partnership agencies and organisations with the aim of delivering solutions to local issues.

PCSO Geraldine Jones 8144

  • PCSO Geraldine Jones joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team in October 2012 for Newtown Town.

    Geraldine is local to the area and has worked for Dyfed Powys Police for over 20 years.

    She enjoys interacting with the public, problem solving and team work.

PCSO Aileen Stewart 8105

  • PCSO 8105 Aileen Stewart joined the Newtown Neighbourhood Policing Team in July 2012 and works within the town section.

    Aileen is local to Newtown having grown up in the town and attending school locally.

    Aileen enjoys working within the local community and solving problems.

PCSO David Wilkinson 8143

  • Dave Wilkinson joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team based at Newtown police station in the role of PCSO in October 2012. Dave has lived in Newtown for most of his life and attended school there. Dave has had a varied working life prior to joining DPP and has a number of skills to draw upon in his current role. Dave is looking forward to working with the public on a daily basis and dealing with any issues that arise.

Events

  • Trehafren community hall, Trehafren, Newtown

Surgeries

  • The Park, Newtown
    Monday 28 April, 2:00pm