PCSO Emma Hayward

PCSO Dave Powell

PCSO Adam Thomas

PCSO Zoe Monk

PCSO Tara Evans-Hope

Sergeant Bev Rodriguez

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 26 February 2019

Action

NPT to conduct foot patrols in area to deter and detect any interference

 

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 26 February 2019

Action

NPT will be implementing this scheme that will be conducted in areas of concern where speeding occurs to gather intelligence for further action if necessary and to deter speeding in that area

 

Updates

30 April 2015

Checks have been conducted in both Pembroke and Pembroke Dock with the assistance of our Road Policing Unit

Checks have also been carried out by NPT officers in areas of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock in line with this priority.

26/03/15 - Speed checks have been carried out in Upper Lamphey Road, Angle Road and Commons Road in Pembroke by the roads policing unit. Drivers have been spoken to and also fines issued. These checks will continue over the coming weeks to tackle the problem of speeding in the area.

Roads Policing Unit in conjunction with NPT Officers have continued to conduct speed checks and given advice and Penalty notices in Pembroke including Angle Road, Ferry Road and Upper Lamphey Road where the public have voiced concerns regarding speeding vehicles

Checks have continued in areas of concern including Angle Road, Upper Lamphey Road and the Cleddau Bridge where 14 speeding tickets were issued with the  assistance of our Road Policing Unit

 

 

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 20 March 2015

Action

NPT will conduct regular patrols in known ASB hot spots during the school holidays to detect and deter ASB and to engage the youths of thoes areas.

Updates

08 April 2015

Target areas in the Pembroke area have been patrolled by the team and there have been little instances thus far of any ASB. The youths of the community have been engaged with including a Easter extravaganza in the Monkton area.

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 26 February 2019

Action

NPT will be implementing this crime prevention scheme during the half term period and school holidays. Crime prevention advice will be given via leaflets and visits to rural carparks to help prevent car crimes taking place.

NPT will continue wtih this crime prevention scheme during summer months. Crime prevention advice will be given via leaflets and visits to rural carparks to help prevent car crimes taking place.

 

 

Updates

17 July 2015

Areas have been visited and leaflet drops have been made and will continue to be made throughout the summer months.

NPT will continue wtih this crime prevention scheme during summer months. Crime prevention advice will be given via leaflets and visits to rural carparks to help prevent car crimes taking place.

 NPT have visited rural areas in particular carparks and given out leaflets and advice to motorists. This will continue throughout the summer months.

 

Local area: Pembroke (in particular Main Street, The Commons and Monkton areas)

Date agreed: 21 August 2015

Action

Areas to be patrolled and engagement with local youths to prevent ASB. Any ASB to be dealt with robustly

Areas will continue to be patrolled and the continued engagement with local youths to prevent ASB. Any ASB to be dealt with robustly

 

Updates

17 July 2015

This prioirity as been placed on Daily briefing for all officers to update on regular patrols in the prescribed areas and any ASB will be dealt with and updated by Officers dealing

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 01 March 2016

Action

NPT will patrôl areas were known ASB activity increases during the Holiday period including Main Street, The Commons areas of Pembroke

Updates

06 April 2016

NPT have patrolled areas in Pembroke including Main Street/Monkton and The Commons to deter/detect and educate regarding any ASB incidents. Thus far there have been minimal incidents and all dealt with robustly.

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 01 March 2016

Action

To get the message across to the public regarding safeguarding property in their Vehicles and to lock up their Vehicles.

Updates

06 April 2016

Leaflets and advice have been produced and given out at surgeries/shops and other public places

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 26 February 2019

Action

NPT will periodically visit beaches in the area to deter and advise on any drinking/ASB in the areas in conjunction with the National Parks.

Updates

12 July 2016

The team have patrolled beaches and park areas to deter and reassure users and local residents that no ASB or under age drinking will be tolerated. Any intelligence of any possible raves have also been positively reacted to. This will continue throughout the summer months.

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 26 February 2019

Action

Local neighbourhood Policing team are aware of situations whereby hate crime is reported, specialised officers within the team are able to assist and provide the appropriate levels of support when and if required.

Updates

14 October 2016

NPT have conducted various roadshows and surgeries with leaflet drops this week to advertise awareness for Hate Crime/Incidents. The team have had a tremendous response from the public who took a great interest in the subject.

These events included a roadshow at Tescos and B&M stores with PCSO’S 8033 Hayward, 8019 Henry and PC 807 Lambe engaging over 100 people about the subject. Leaflets, posters booklets and briefings were giving to various outlets and surgeries in addition the the Gypsy Priory Project in Monkton.

 

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 07 April 2017

Action

NPT will be implementing this crime prevention scheme during the half term period and summer months. Crime prevention advice will be given via leaflets and visits to rural carparks to help prevent car crimes taking place.

NPT will continue wtih this crime prevention scheme during summer months. Crime prevention advice will be given via leaflets and visits to rural carparks to help prevent car crimes taking place.

Updates

18 July 2017

  1. Pembroke NPT have been regularly patrolling rural car parks in order to deter car crime. A number of information leaflets and advice has been given out to the public both in towns and rural, to raise awareness regarding car crime.

 

Local area: Pembroke

Date agreed: 07 July 2017

Action

NPT will periodically visit beaches in the area to deter and advise on any drinking/ASB in the areas in conjunction with the National Parks.

Updates

18 July 2017

  1. Pembroke NPT have been regularly patrolling our rural beaches, in order to deter ASB and underage drinking. This will continue during the Summer Months and holidays.

 

Local area: Monkton

Date agreed: 26 February 2019

Action

There have been increased instances of Anti Social Behaviour in the Monkton area, particularly around the community centre. NPT will carry out high visibility patrols at relevant times in the area, engage with local residents and deal with any persons who are seen acting in this manner.  

Local Events

There are currently no events for this area

Local Notices

Summary:

Hyfforddiant Cadetiaid Heddlu

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Police Cadet training is currently still on going with a new intake of students. Information is available from Tenby Police Station. Please contact PCSO 8028 Andrew Griffiths for any information.

Summary:

Twitter

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Pembroke Dock and Pembroke Neighbourhood Policing Team is on twitter. Please follow us for local news, advice and updates. Find out what PCSO’s and PC’s get up to in your area.

 

Send us a tweet and interact with your local officers.

 

The twitter account is for local police in Pembroke and Pembroke Dock. We are not able to monitor it 24/7. Please use 101 or 999 to get in touch urgently

Summary:

Use of Segway and Hoverboards-The Law

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Segway and Hoverboards are electrically powered devices with 2 or more wheels. These devices cannot be used on the public road or on a pavement (public footway). These can only be ridden on land which is private property and with the landowner’s permission. The Department for Transport would advise that appropriate safety clothing should be worn at all times.

Summary:

Poeni Defaid

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Please ensure your dogs are always kept on a lead when close to any livestock as Farmers are well within the law to shoot your pet if found worrying livestock.

Summary:

Trosedd Cerbydau

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Below you will find information on protecting your car when it is parked

If you have a garage, use it.

Remember to lock it. More than half of all car thefts occur in the vicinity of the home.

When away from home, of if you do not have a garage, always try to park in a well-lit, open location.

Thieves target car parks. A quarter of all recorded car crime happens in car parks.

When parking in a public car park look for one that is well supervised, with restricted entry and exit points, good lighting and security cameras. Avoid dark corners.

Watch out for strangers showing interest in your car or your neighbour's car. They may be thinking about stealing it, rather than admiring it! If they look suspicious call the police straight away.

Help us beat car thieves...

If you are ever unfortunate enough to become a victim of a car criminal, the cost and inconvenience of replacing a broken window or a bent doorframe on your vehicle is often far more expensive than the contents that they may have stolen.

Summary:

Information on Bogus and Cold Callers.

Details:

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 Pembroke 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.

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 www.dyfed-powys.police.uk or call 101.

Summary:

Sylweddau seicoweithredol

Details:

It is now illegal to sell psychoactive substances with sentences of up to 7 years for offenders

The law has changed it is now illegal to buy, sell or give these drugs to your friends

 

 

Summary:

Diogelwch Carafanau

Details:

 Thieves are known to target caravans for spare parts or to sell on and will also target valuables left inside.

Caravans are more difficult to secure than your home or car but there are measures you can take to help deter thieves. 

Here are some top safety tips for those living in caravans/caravan owners:

 •Leave curtains open so criminals can clearly see that there are no valuables to steal

 •Most new, modern mobile homes come equipped with the kind of window and door locks that you will find on residential properties, but these can only be effective if they are used

 Install intruder alarms - these have proven to be an effective deterrent to scare off offenders 

•Choose your site with care and give some consideration to the security features it offers as well as its facilities.

 •If possible, look for sites that display the ‘Secure by Design’ logo, indicating that the site meets with stringent security standards and that measures such as CCTV and private security patrols have been implemented.

 •Consider the use of intelligent property marking systems such as Smartwater DNA which can link your holiday home to your main domestic residence.

 •Immobilise your caravan even when you stop only briefly.

 To report a theft from a caravan or any suspicious activity around a caravan call 101, or in an emergency 999.

Summary:

Action Fraud

Details:

Action Fraud is the UK's national reporting centre for fraud and internet crime. Members of the public, the police, businesses and charities can report to Action Fraud online or on the phone. If you are reporting via the website there is online chat support provided.

Action Fraud takes crime reports on behalf of police so it is likely to be quicker and more convenient for you than visiting your local police station.

Fraud happens when somebody lies, or deceives you in order to cause harm, usually by costing you money. Even if you have not lost money, you may still have experienced fraud.

You may know fraud betters as Scams,cons,cheat,swindle,hoax,hoodwink or confidence trick.

Internet Crime for example Phishing emails with links to fake websites to trick people into entering personal details or account information.

The online reporting tool is actionfraud.police.uk (24hours a day,seven days a week)

or 0300 123 2040 and speak to an advisor

phone lines open

Mon to Fri 8am to 9pm

Sat to Sun 9am to 5pm

Closed Bank Holidays

Criminals that attack you computer with a virus or spyware and try to steal personal information such as user names and passwords.

Summary:

Digwyddiad Casineb neu Drosedd Casineb

Details:

A crime or incident committed because of who you are or who someone thinks you are.

Quite simply, if because of your age,disability,sexuality, religion,ethnicity,gender(including gender identity) or lifestyle choice (eg goth) someone or a group of people targets you, commit a crime against you, bullies you or harasses you, then this is a hate crime or Hate incident.

This may include

Verbal abuse

Offensive graffiti

Threatening behaviour

Damage to property

Assault

Cyber bullying

Abusive texts, emails or phone calls

Taking money from you

Hate incidents and hate crimes are under-reported. We need to understand the problem so that the right decisions can be made to stop you or a member of your family and friends from becoming the next victim.

Without knowing that these issues are taking place we can't stop them happening to you or someone else.

Reporting these issues helps us and other organisations track the extent of the problem in your local area and do the right things to make your community safer, a better place to live and make sure the right support is available.

The right support means we can stop victims feeling isolated, depressed, frightened, distressed or even worse taking their own life.

Call the police directly on 999 if you are in immediate danger or 101 for non-emergencies.

Ring 03001232996 (24/7) to contact victim support directly. Calls are treated confidentially and you have the option to remain anonymous.

You can also report online at www.reporthate.victimsupport.org.uk.

Summary:

Swyddog Cyswlt LHDTh/Swyddog Cymorth Troseddau Casineb

Details:

Being a victim of crime or incident isn't pleasant for anyone, but it is particularly difficult when that crime is motivated by hatred towards your identity as a member of the LGB&T Community. Dyfed-Powys Police takes such crimes very seriously and won't leave any stone unturned when tackling hatred in our community.

As well as being allocated an investigating officer such as with any other crime, if you are a victim of a homophobic or transphobic hate crime in Dyfed-Powys, then you will be offered the support of a LGB&T Liaison Officer or Hate Crime Support Officer. Our LGB&T Liaison Officers have been trained to support victims of hate crimes and will assist you throughout the investigation and criminal justice process, as well as acting as a point of contact between yourself and the Investigating Officer.

Our Hate Crime Support Officers have also received training on the needs of the LGB&T community and will offer the same level of support. They have also been trained to assist with victims of crimes motivated by hatred on the basis of race, religion and disability.

Summary:

MYND I FFWRDD?

Details:

Lock all windows, doors, garages and sheds

Keep car keys and valuables out of sight

Mark your property with your postcode and house number and register them on IMMOBILISE.COM

Set time switches for lights

Cancel regular deliveries

Set your burglar alarm

Notify a trusted neighbour

Don't discuss your plans on social media

Summary:

Availability to hand in knives at Pembroke Dock Police Staion

Details:

On the 14th March 2019 members of the public have the opportunity to surrender any unwanted knives to the Police Station Pembroke Dock, between the hours of 0900-1800hrs.

Summary:

Farm Watch, Boat Watch, Coast Watch, Home Watch.

Details:

Rural Crime has always been a concern for Dyfed-Powys Police, so initiatives such as Farm Watch, Coast Watch, Boat Watch, and Home Watch has been set up, whereby members of the public are asked to be the extra vigilant whilst out in the countryside.  It does not matter how small the issue is, if you think you have seen or noticed something suspicious then call 101, the quicker we are notified of such suspicious activity the quicker we can respond and  deal.

If YOU WANT ANY INFORMATION ON HOW TO SUPPORT THIS SCHEME OR BE PART OF IT THEN YOU CAN CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NPT OFFICERS FOR INFORMATION.

Summary:

Shed Thefts

Details:

As the weather gets warmer and people start to work in their garden we experience 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.

 

Summary:

Police or Council

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MAKE THE RIGHT CALL

Do you need to call the police on 101 or someone else?

101 is for non-urgent crime and anti-social behaviour reports.

Here are some examples of what we do and don’t deal with:

101                                                      Your Council

Criminal Damage                                              Litter and fly-tipping

Anti-social behaviour                                     Parking issues

Road traffic collisions                                      Dog fouling

Hate crime                                                          Stray dogs

Drugs in your community                             Noise nuisance

Attachment

Summary:

Spotting Signs Of Child 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

PembrokeDockNPT@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

Water Street
Pembroke Dock
Pembrokeshire
SA72 6DW

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.

Front Counter Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 10:00 – 14:00 and 14:40 – 18:00

Closed on Bank Holidays

Did you know?

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