PC Tanya Davies

PCSO Dave Owen

PCSO Liam Woodford

PCSO Emma Roberts

PCSO Andrew Miles

PCSO Robert John

PC James Warren

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Haverfordwest

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

Due to the days getting longer and the weather getting hotter people will be out later in the evenings. The Haverfordwest Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting high visibility patrols in known hotspots in an effort to reduce anti-social behaviour and ensure the wellbeing and safety of the community.

Local area: ASB in Haverfordwest Town Centre

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

Following several complaints from members of the public of anti-social behaviour being displayed by youths at the multi-storey carpark, and town centre of Haverfordwest in general, we will conduct High visibility patrols will be carried out at the location during evenings and day/evenings at weekends.  NPT will liaise with local Youth Services in order to attend to Outreach work for youths in this locality.

Local area: Haverfordwest Town Centre area

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

Foot patrols will be carried out throughout the evenings and weekends in Haverfordwest town centre, especially Quay Street and Castle Square areas to tackle alcohol related anti social behaviour.

Any person identified in alcohol related incidents in or around Public houses in Haverfordwest Town Centre will be referred to the Behave Or Be Banned scheme (BOBB). This scheme is run by the licensees with cooperation from the police. Regular meeting are held to discuss any referrals and impose appropriate banning orders. 

 

 

 

 

Local area: Haverfordwest

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

Haverfordwest NPT are launching a new initiative aimed at protecting and assisting vulnerable people within their communities. The Nominated Neighbour scheme is aimed at deterring Cold callers and Rogue Traders from calling at members of the community who may be deemed vulnerable.

If you would like more information on the scheme, or would like to become involved in the scheme the contact Haverfordwest NPT on 101 Ext 40635/634 or email us at haverfordwestNPT@dyfed-Powys.pnn.police.uk

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

You will often see officers on Public Transport ,  looking to engage with the public and prevent anti social behaviour and crime.

Local area: HAVERFORDWEST

Date agreed: 30 January 2019

Action

The Riverside in Haverfordwest is a new library that opened on the 7th December 2018 in the town centre of Haverfordwest.  Since its opening staff at the library have seen almost 50,000 people through its doors.   A significant amount of these persons are youths. However a number of these youths are causing a significant amount of ASB swearing, littering, petty vandalism and low level thefts.  Many of the staff and service users are feeling threatened and intimidated with their behaviour

 

Increased presence from response officers and NPT will reduce the level of ASB within the building

Local area: HAVERFORDWEST-WITHYBUSH RETAIL PARK/SPRINGFIELD/VINCENT DAVIES

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

High visible patrols in and out of the stores, partnership working with CCTV and store security officers.

Local area: HAVERFORDWEST TOWN CENTRE

Date agreed: 01 April 2019

Action

Any person identified in alcohol related incidents in or around Public houses in Haverfordwest Town Centre will be referred to the Behave Or Be Banned scheme (BOBB). This scheme is run by the licensees with cooperation from the police. Regular meeting are held to discuss any referrals and impose appropriate banning orders. 

Local Events

Surgeries

Venue: Pembrokeshire College

Date / time: 10 Jul 2019 - 18:03

Description:

PCSO Miles 8026 is holding fortnightly meetings at Pembrokeshire College.This allows the police to be accessible to students and provides them the opportunity to speak (in private if necessary) to the local police regarding any issues. It also provides members of staff the opportunity to speak to the local police. It is an ideal opportunity to build relationships between the local police and students and to offer reassurance to staff and student alike.

Venue: Pembrokeshire College

Date / time: 14 Aug 2019 - 18:03

Description:

PCSO Miles 8026 is holding fortnightly meetings at Pembrokeshire College.This allows the police to be accessible to students and provides them the opportunity to speak (in private if necessary) to the local police regarding any issues. It also provides members of staff the opportunity to speak to the local police. It is an ideal opportunity to build relationships between the local police and students and to offer reassurance to staff and student alike.

Events

Venue: HAVERFORDWEST TOWN

Date / time: 28 Jul 2019 - 13:00

Description:

Local Notices

Summary:

Calan Gaeaf

Details:

Parents – support us in keeping anti-social behaviour to a minimum by making sure you know where your children are and what they’re doing.

Levels of anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Dyfed Powys are relatively low, but during school holidays and after school we see a rise in reports of anti-social behaviour (ASB) by young people.

Most are well-behaved, but a minority engage in underage drinking, use bad language, can be noisy and intimidate residents by hanging around in large groups.

Young people who engage in ASB could receive a criminal record that could affect them for life.

We will be patrolling known hotspots to keep ASB to a minimum.

Your support in this matter would be most appreciated.

Report ASB to 101 or here.

Summary:

Twitter

Details:

Haverfordwest Neighbourhood Policing Team now have their own Twitter account, follow us by searching  HaverfordwestNP at Twitter.com. There you will be able to find updates and news in your local area.

Summary:

Cyngor Diogelwch Siediau

Details:

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.

Theft of bikes, mowers, tools and garden equipment from sheds is one of the most common crimes in the Dyfed Powys Police area.

Help us prevent that by following some simple steps to become more property security conscious.  

To improve security and to reduce the chance of become a victim of crime follow these crime prevention top tips:

 

  • Record all model and serial numbers of the equipment ie 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.
  • Fit locks to windows and use them
  • 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

Lock ladders to a post or wall – they could be used for easy access to the homeAs 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. 

Install good quality locks to all garden sheds, consider installing a shed alarm, lock ladders to a post or wall and property mark garden and shed equipment using UV marker pens, paint or engraving.

 

For more advice visit www.dyfed-powys.police.uk

Summary:

Nodi unrhyw masnachwyr twyllodrus

Details:

Identify any rogue traders and suspicious persons cold calling and raise awareness in our communities to protect vulnerable people.

Summary:

MODERN DAY SLAVERY

Details:

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.

Summary:

Halloween and Bonfire celebrations

Details:

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

Summary:

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Details:

With winter fast approaching, Police are advising occupants to check the security around their oil tanks and to be vigilant and if they see vehicles or persons that are not familiar to the area then to contact the Police on 101.

 

Summary:

SPOTTING SIGNS OF CHILD SEX EXPLOITATION

Details:

Spotting signs of child sexual exploitation (CSE) Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a crime that can affect any child, regardless of their social or ethnic background. It can happen anywhere, at anytime, online or in person. It involves offenders grooming youngsters and using their power to sexually abuse them. It can take many forms, whether it occurs through a seemingly 'consensual' relationship with an older boyfriend, or a young person having sex in return for attention, gifts, alcohol or cigarettes. Sexual exploitation is child abuse and, although they may not realise it, it puts the young victim at huge risk of damage to their physical, emotional and psychological health. Many young people who are being abused do not realise they are at risk and will not call for help. They may see themselves as willing participants when in fact their behaviour is anything but consenting. There is no one kind of victim, but there are patterns of behaviour and signs that might indicate signs of CSE. •Has the young person received unexplained gifts or money? •Do they use their mobile phone secretively? •Do they have significantly older friends? •Have they been picked up from home or school by someone you don't know? •Are they associating with other young people who are already known to be vulnerable or involved in exploitation? •Have they started playing truant from school or regularly going missing from home? •Have they suffered from a sexually-transmitted infection? •Are they self-harming? •Has their appearance changed? If you are worried that you, one of your friends or a family member may be a victim of CSE, report it to us on 101 or anonymously to Crime stoppers 0800 555 111. In an emergency, always dial 999. Child Sex Offenders Disclosures Scheme The national scheme means that anyone can ask the police to check whether an individual who has access to children has committed any child sexual offences. Started in 2008, the Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme was developed in consultation with Sara Payne, the former victims' champion, along with the police, and children's charities. Disclosure takes place if that person has convictions for sexual offences against children and there is reasonable cause to believe a child is in danger of being seriously harmed. Details of previous convictions will be disclosed to the person who is best placed to protect the child. To find out more about the Child Sex Offenders Disclosure Scheme, contact us on 101.

Contact The Team

Email

HaverfordwestNPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

This email address is for Neighbourhood Policing issues only. For all other enquiries please use:

ContactCentre@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

Telephone

101 (01267 222020 outside Dyfed-Powys)

If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available, or take a message. In case of emergency you should phone 999.

Local Police Stations

Divisional Police Headquarters
P.O.Box 31
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA61 1PF

Telephone

Non-Emergency Number 101 (01267 222020 outside Dyfed-Powys)

If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available, or take a message.

In case of emergency you should phone 999.

Fax

01437 763181

Front Counter Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 08:00 – 20:00
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 14:00 and 14:40 – 18:00

Open on Bank Holidays
10:00 – 14:00 and 14:40 – 18:00

Did you know?

The Welsh Government funds 500 Community Support Officers across Wales, over 70 in our force area.