Sergeant Terri Harrison

PC Jon Dunn

PCSO Stacy Thomas

PCSO Lyndon Brown

PCSO Bethan Devonald

PCSO Paul Mayhew

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Milford Haven Town

Date agreed: 05 June 2017


Promote Autism Awareness Campaign

Local area: Street of the Week

Date agreed: 10 May 2018


Charles Street, Neyland has been nominated as ‘STREET OF THE WEEK.'

This means that all households will receive a crime prevention pack and any households that have been a victim of crime within the last three months will also receive a visit from their local PCSO if they so wish.

There will also be a street briefing held weekly, should you wish to address any issues or concerns that you have within your community. This will also be an opportunity to discuss Neighbourhood watch and the DP Community messaging service.

You can contact your Neighbourhood Policing Team on:

Or by calling 101

Local Events

Neighbourhood Meetings

Venue: Milford Haven Town Hall Murray Suite

Date / time: 09 Oct 2018 - 19:00


2nd Tuesday of the month.

The Partnerships And Community Together (PACT) meeting to raise any community issues they have with their local Neighbourhood Team and other agencies.

Venue: Milford Haven Town Hall Murray Suite

Date / time: 13 Nov 2018 - 19:00


2nd Tuesday of the month.

The Partnerships And Community Together (PACT) meeting to raise any community issues they have with their local Neighbourhood Team and other agencies.


Venue: Elm Lane, Mount Estate

Date / time: 17 Oct 2018 - 15:00


Mount Estate Surgery – The mobile police station will be in Elm Lane, Mount Estate between 3pm and 5pm on the third Wednesday of every month.

Venue: Mount Estate Shop

Date / time: 18 Oct 2018 - 14:00


Police Surgery

Venue: Mount Estate Shop

Date / time: 15 Nov 2018 - 14:00


Police Surgery

Venue: Elm Lane, Mount Estate

Date / time: 21 Nov 2018 - 15:00


Mount Estate Surgery – The mobile police station will be in Elm Lane, Mount Estate between 3pm and 5pm on the third Wednesday of every month.

Local Notices


Yr Heddlu’n atgoffa pobl fregus i fod yn wyliadwrus ynghylch galwyr ffug a diwahoddiad


Bogus callers prey on the most vulnerable people in our communities attempting to con them out of vast amounts of money for unnecessary and overpriced work.

Sometimes they pretend to be from reputable companies and sometimes they resort to distraction tactics.

Cold callers will phone or knock your door unannounced and try to sell you a product or service. Many are genuine but some can be scams.

Police in Milford Haven are warning homeowners and relatives of elderly and vulnerable people to be aware that bogus and cold callers are out there and to advise of some simple steps people can take to protect themselves.

PCSO STACY THOMAS of Dyfed Powys Police, said: “Unfortunately not everyone who knocks unannounced at your door has a genuine reason for being there. Bogus callers are criminals and we encourage residents to beware and know what to do if they do receive a visit from a bogus caller with making sure you ask for ID a priority, along with fitting and using a door chain. If in doubt, keep them out.”

Top tips on how to beat the bogus or cold caller:

  • Consider fitting a chain on the door – and always use it. Remember to keep the door chain on until you are sure your caller is genuine.
  • Do not let anyone into your home that you do not know or until you are completely satisfied that they are who they say they are.
  • Make sure the caller is genuine. Ask to see identification. If in doubt, telephone the company the caller says they work for. Don’t use a number on their card but look it up in the phone book.
  • Don’t let the caller stop you doing these things by saying he or she is in a hurry. A genuine caller won’t mind waiting outside with the door closed while you ring.
  • If you are blind, partially sighted, or have difficulty moving about, you can arrange to have your meters read at an agreed time by a named person. When they call, the meter reader will give their name or an agreed password. If you are worried ring the police.
  • Ask a neighbour or friend to visit while the caller is there
  • Never leave a key hidden outside the home (e.g. under a doormat)
  • If you are selling your home, don’t show people around on your own. Ask your estate agent to send a representative with anyone who wants to view your house.

Call 101 to report a suspected bogus caller or rogue trader. Call 999 if they become aggressive or to report a distraction burglary.

For more advice on protecting yourself and your home from bogus callers visit or call 101.


Yr Heddlu’n atgoffa perchnogion tai i ddiogelu eu cartrefi pan ar eu gwyliau


Dyfed Powys Police in Milford Haven are reminding homeowners to secure their homes when they go on holiday this summer.

More than a third of all burglaries are crimes of opportunity, where the burglar enters through unlocked doors or windows. Police are advising homeowners of a number of simple steps they can take to make their property more secure when leaving it unoccupied for any period of time.

PCSO Devonald 8159, said: “Residents need to secure their homes against potential intruders. Lock and secure your home at all times. If you leave your home insecure you could make your home insurance policy invalid and end up out of pocket.

“A recent trend is the 2-in-1 burglary, which is where thieves break into a house and snatch the keys to vehicles parked on the drive. The thieves usually target high value and luxury vehicles, including 4x4s.

“If you have a garage or outbuilding, please use it and lock your car away when not in use. If thieves can't see your car, they can't steal it. Use other security devices such as steering or wheel locks and if you don't have a garage, consider fitting sturdy gates to your driveway or a security post. You could also consider fitting a tracking device to your vehicle.

“Inside your home, don't leave your car keys on view or placed near windows, doors or letter boxes or cat-flaps where thieves can see them. Recently, keys have been taken from kitchen worktops, tables and hooks on walls. Make sure you hide your keys away so any would-be thief cannot find them.”

Following these simple steps will lower the risk of a burglary:

  • Don’t close your curtains - in daytime this shows the house is empty
  • Use automatic timer switches to turn your lights on when it’s dark
  • Leave a radio (on a talk program rather than music)
  • Cancel any milk or newspaper deliveries
  • Uncollected mail is a sign that you are away. Royal Mail’s Keepsafe service will keep your mail for up to two months while you’re away
  • Hide important documents and valuable items, or leave them with other trusted family members or in a bank
  • Do not put your home address on the outside of your luggage when you are travelling to your holiday destination
  • Make sure that you’ve locked all doors and windows and, if you have a burglar alarm, ensure it is set
  • Make arrangements with trusted family members or friends to regularly check the property until they return from holiday.



To report a burglary call 101 or in an emergency 999.


For more information how to prevent your home being burgled, please visit the Force website:





Be safe and nice to all this Christmas

With Christmas fast approaching we’re launching our annual Operation SANTA (Safe and Nice to All).

Dyfed Powys is a safe place with low crime, but during the festive celebrations it’s easy to forget to take sensible steps to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe.

You can expect to see your local officers out and about on the streets as we increase our patrols to keep your area safe over Christmas.

Throughout December we will be giving you crime prevention advice on how to enjoy Christmas safely. For a daily dose of crime prevention advice, a behind the scenes look at policing during Christmas and a bit of festive fun, look out for our Facebook #OpSanta advent calendar on

For more top crime prevention tips follow us on twitter @DyfedPowys and @MilfordHavenNPT. Use #OpSanta to join the conversation.


Cyngor Siopa Nadolig


When you’re out doing your Christmas shopping Dyfed-Powys Police is asking you to follow some top tips to keep safe.

Keep an eye on your bag and your wallet when out shopping. Make sure you keep your purse or wallet somewhere close to your body where you can feel it and when you take your shopping to your car put it out of sight, don’t leave it on the car seats.

If you need to take money out from cash point machine, make sure you hide your PIN number and put the money away quickly and securely.

If shopping online, make sure you use reputable websites, look for the https and padlock when paying and use a safe payment method such as a credit card or PayPal.

For a daily dose of Christmas safety advice look out for our #OpSanta advent calendar on the Dyfed-Powys Police Facebook page ( Also follow us on Twitter @MilfordHavenNPT. Use #OpSanta to join the conversation.


Milford Haven NPT News


IT'S BEEN a busy few weeks for Milford Haven's Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT).

PCSO Stacy Thomas recently attended the first Coombs Drive and Hilton Avenue Neighbourhood Watch meeting which received an excellent turnout and looks to have a bright future.

PC Neil Lees ran the recent PACT (Police and Communities Together) meeting.

These give residents the chance to discuss problems where they live, and help to set the priorities for police action locally.

A reminder to all members of the public that this forum meets at 7pm every second Thursday at Johnston Institute.

Last week, the Community Speed Watch group carried out vehicle speed checks in various locations, in a bid to combat speeding.

Further checks will be carried out over the coming week.

Milford NPT has been continuing its Street of The Week initiative, where residents are given crime prevention advice.

Officers have also carried out ‘street briefings’ with the Mobile Police Station.

On Thursday, May 17, PCSO Jon HOPE and PC Lees will be facilitating “Break Time Bobby” with pupils of the Meads Infant School.

At noon that day, 12pm PCSO Jon Hope will also visit the Mount Estate Community Centre to meet with members of the public.

On Wednesday, May 23, PCSO Beth Devonald and PC Lees will host a pupil police surgery at Milford Haven School, and PCSOs Leanne Nicholls and Daria Osmolak will be at Neyland Co-op at 11am.

A public surgery will take place on Thursday, May 24, at Tesco Milford Haven, at 2pm.

Throughout week starting May 14, officers will be involved in a number of events promoting Mental Health Awareness Week These will include visits to local care homes and day centres, Pembrokeshire people First, and Milford Haven School.



On the Beat: Milford Haven NPT News


BLUE Anchor Way in Dale was the focus of Milford Haven Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT)'s Street of the Week campaign last week. PCSOs Nichols and Osmolak delivered information and crime prevention packs to everyone in the street, and were joined by the mobile police station.


Last Sunday PCSO Osmolak and PCSO Devonald visited the Shah Jalal Jamiah Mosque in Milford Haven,meeting with members and sitting in on a very informative and enjoyable lesson.


On Friday PC Lees, Inspector Davies and Chief Inspector McSweeney facilitated a meeting between police, retailers, youth service, Milford Haven Comprehensive School and Milford Haven Port Authority addressing the anti-social behaviour issues experienced around Haven Head, Cedar Court and the Marina. All agreed the meeting was highly successful, with ongoing joint working being put into place to combat these issues to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for our communities to enjoy .


Yesterday, volunteers from the Community Speed Watch were once again out and about monitoring local roads. In the last year, 479 speed violations have been recorded by local volunteers.

These include top speeds of 59mph. The areas covered by the team include Waterston, The Promenade in Neyland, Coombes Road in Milford Haven, Dale Road in Hubberston, Langford Road in Johnston, and Tiers Cross, Trinity Terrace, Burton.


The team were this year nominated for the Chief Constables Team of the year Award.


On Thursday PCSO Brown will attend the Tesco coffee morning at Hubberston Community Centre.


Over the week PCSO Nicholls and PCSO Osmolak will be carrying out patrols in rural areas monitoring spontaneous events leading up to and over the weekend.



Milford Haven Founders' Day


Milford Haven NPT having fun at Founders' Day

Last week saw pupils at Milford Haven Junior School learning about staying safe, the dangers of smoking and the consequences of anti-social behaviour when PC Jenny Thomas visited them last week,

Elsewhere, PCSOs Leanne Nichols and Daria Osmolak attended the Sign and Share meeting at Johnston Institute.

PCSOs Bethan Devonald, Daria Osmolak and PC Neil Lees took the mobile police station to Milford Haven on Saturday to help celebrate Founders' Day. Throughout the day all manners of advice was given to those visiting Beth, Daria and Neil, with younger members of the community given demonstration of how to take fingerprints and provided with various goodies.

During the week PCSO Paul Mayhew visited boat owners at Milford Marina to promoting crime prevention and Coast Watch awareness.

The Go Safe initiative saw Dyfed-Powys mobile speed vans take to the roads of Pembrokeshire. They were expertly supported by the Community Speed Watch volunteers, accompanied by Inspector Tim Davies, PCSOs Daria Osmolak and Leanne Nicholls. In addition, Speed Watch volunteers were out again on the Dale Road, Milford Haven, providing high visibility patrols.

Between June 14 and 19, PC Jenny Thomas will be delivering Hate Crime Awareness assemblies to pupils at Milford Haven School. PCSO Bethan Devonald and PC Neil Lees will also attend to provide support. On Thursday, June 14, PCSOs Osmolak and Nicholls and PC Lees will attend the PACT meeting at Johnston Institute at 7pm. All are welcome.

Every Friday evening PCSOs from Milford Haven will accompany Outreach Youth Workers on walkabouts around Milford Haven, promoting the Friday Night Project, run by the local youth service.

Next week’s Street Of The Week will be St Clement’s Park, Freystrop. Throughout the week the Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) will carry out patrols and provide advice to residents. On Friday there will be a street briefing with the mobile police station in attendance.

Throughout the week there are a number of events around the Milford Haven area as part of Founder’s Week celebrations. Members of Milford Haven NPT will be in attendance where commitments allow and hope to see many of you there.



Latest news from Milford Haven NPT


MILFORD Haven Neighbourhood Policing Team has been out and about, offering safety advice and meeting with local people this week.

On Thursday, Sgt Terri Harrison, PC Neil Lees, PCSO Leanne Nicholls and PCSO Daria Osmolak attended the monthly PACT (Partnerships And Communities Together) meeting at Johnston Institute.

These meetings, which take place every second Thursday at 7pm, are a chance for locals to highlight community concerns and for police to provide feedback on progress on ongoing issues.

PCSO Paul Mayhew has been offering crime advice to boat owners and visitors to Milford Haven Marina

During the week PCSO Stacy Thomas accompanied Housing Officers from ATEB on joint visits within the East Ward addressing anti-social behaviour issues

The NPT is also looking at new locations in which to expand its Community Speedwatch programme.

The patrols are carried out by volunteers, with support from officers, and help curb speeding on the county's roads.

If you would like to volunteer with the Speedwatch scheme, or as a volunteer with the Mount Estate neighbourhood watch scheme, contact Milford Haven Police Station on 101 or call into the station to speak with PCSO Thomas.

This week also sees officers attending a parenting network event in Haverfordwest, promotion of Milford's new sensory toy lending library, and surgeries at Neyland Co-Op Store, and Milford Haven School.

On Friday, commitments allowing, PCSOs will be accompanying Youth Outreach Workers within the town talking with our younger members of the community, promoting events run by the Youth Service and activities at Milford Haven Youth Centre.


Contact The Team


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101 (01267 222020 outside Dyfed-Powys)

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Local Police Stations

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Milford Haven
SA73 2HP


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.

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Dyfed-Powys Police does not routinely provide an enquiry office service at this station.

Did you know?

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