Sergeant Jane Mortley

PCSO Caron Monk

PCSO Tessa Williams

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Machynlleth

Date agreed: 16 March 2017

Action

Parking issues and vehicle obstruction in Doll street

The area continues to be monitored and patrolled regularly to prevent any further issues.

Updates

29 January 2015

Parking Issues – No further calls received to local officers.  Area still being monitored with the support of Civil Enforcement Officers to prevent any further issues.

05 December 2014

04/09/2012 - Concern was for private cars and buses parked in the vicinity of Station Terrace, Doll Street causing congestion. Several vehicle owners have been advised regarding parking and a meeting has been held with Lloyds Coaches with regards to easing congestion in the area concerned.

05 December 2014

26/04/13 - Powys County Council have been made aware of the issues, and will be looking in detail at the road markings and parking restricitons in the area.

05 December 2014

05/06/13 - No issues have been raised at the recent PACT meeting. Meetings have been held with Lloyds Coaches and they have put policies in place to alleviate congestion problems in the area. Powys County Council is also aware. NPT will continue to monitor the situation.

05 December 2014

01/03/14 - A meeting has recently been held with Powys County Council Highways Department and the Trunk Road Agency, along with Lloyds Coaches and Dyfed Powys Police. Possible future plans were discussed and it was agreed that the Trunks Road Agency would paint lines on the area to the front of Lloyds Coaches, to clarify the boundaries of the pedestrian walkway. Lloyds Coaches representative would ensure that the changes would be adhered to. There have been no further complaints with regards to the pavement area, however at times the area is congested, due to the high volume of vehicles that work from the area. This will remain a priority, with neighbourhood policing officers monitoring the situation.

Local area: Machynlleth

Date agreed: 16 March 2017

Action

Underage drinking / antisocial behaviour

With the lighter and warmer evenings fast approaching, area's identified as  being used for underage drinking and anti social  behaviour will  be targeted by local officers.

 

Updates

29 January 2015

Underage drinking/Anti-Social Behaviour – No further updates/complaints, key areas continue to be regularly patrolled.

05 December 2014

01/12/10 - Alcohol seizures have taken place from underage youths and others suspected of supplying alcohol. Licensed premises checks have been conducted as a reminder to licensees of their responsibilities.

05 December 2014

16/03/11 - High visibility foot patrols have continued in the area of the Plas grounds. There have been no incidents to note with very few youths congregating in these areas. The foot patrols will continue especially with lighter and warmer evenings.

05 December 2014

12/04/11 - High visibility foot patrols have continued in the area of the Plas grounds. There have been 2 reported incidents. One being youths drinking and the second call regarding two adults involved in a verbal disagreement.

05 December 2014

11/05/11 - High visibility patrols of Plas Grounds/Football Stands have continued at pertinent times.

05 December 2014

09/06/11 - High visibility patrols of football stands etc to monitor and confiscate any alcohol and prevent anti-social behaviour. No issues identified

05 December 2014

12/07/11 - High visibility patrols of Plas Grounds/Football Stands. Several alcohol confiscations have been achieved in the highlighted areas of concern with the support of members of the community providing information and assisting with removal of alcohol from underage youths

05 December 2014

04/09/2012 - This is an ongoing issue and patrols have been directed at the areas of concern; Plas grounds, football stands and grounds. Over the summer period there has been only two incidents reported with several seizures of alcohol taking place.

05 December 2014

26/04/13 - There have been no recent issues regarding anti-social behaviour and under age drinking, but patrol are continuing at targetted locations.

05 December 2014

05/06/13 - There are ongoing patrols in the area. Nothing of note has been identified from the public at the recent PACT meeting. High visibility patrols will continue, to act as a deterrent to Anti-Social Behaviour.

05 December 2014

19/08/13 - There has been a recent incident where seats in the football stand have been damaged. Patrols will continue, to deter further incidents of anti-social behaviour.

05 December 2014

29/09/13 - There have been no recent anti-social behaviour incidents reported in the area. Patrols are continuing.

05 December 2014

22/11/13 - In October, alcohol was confiscated off youths that were drinking in the football stands. No further incidents have been reported, and patrols are continuing.

05 December 2014

19/01/2014 - A meeting was held with members of the Community Gardens Committee in December where various issues were discussed. There has also been evidence of further anti-social behaviour in the area. As a result, patrols have been increased.

05 December 2014

01/03/14 - Patrols have been conducted in the area, with a noted decline in anti-social behaviour. As a result of these patrols, a male has been arrested for possession of cannabis, and has since been dealt with by the courts. Its been agreed at a recent PACT meeting on 29/01/14 that this pro-active approach to the issue will continue as a priority.

05 December 2014

17/09/14 - Patrols have continued in the area on a regularbasis. During spring, there were two reports to Police regarding damage thathad been caused to the football stands and the Plas Kennels. The offenders wereidentified as local youths, and were dealt with by means of RestorativeJustice, whereby they carried out work as a form of reparation for the damagecaused. Patrols have continued throughout the summer as a priority, with nofurther issues highlighted.

05 December 2014

25/10/14 - During October, damage to the Football Club and Community Nursery has been reported. Police are investigating the reported incidents. Member so the public with any information are asked to contact Machynlleth Police Station on 101.

Local area: Machynlleth

Date agreed: 16 March 2017

Action

Speeding issues, Llanbrynmair, Bont Dolgadfan, Llanwrin & Derwenlas

All areas are consistently patrolled by hi visibility officers and speed checks carried out accordingly.  No recent complaints have been received.

Updates

24 June 2015

Speed checks have been carried out by officers in some of the local villages, with vehicles adhering to the speed limit.

 

Date agreed: 01 September 2018

Action

Dog Fouling has again been reported as a problem within the town and surrounding villages.  This is being dealt with via regular patrols and where appropriate tickets will be issue to dog owners.

Local area: Machynlleth

Date agreed: 01 September 2018

Action

Regular patrol are carried out in the area including the Dyfi Forestry to try and deter members of the public from riding off-road bikes illegally.

You run the risk of having your vehicle seized if stopped by Police whilst undertaking this activity.

If you are in doubt about whether the route you have planned to ride on is legal then contact a Rights Of Way Officer at Powys County Council.

Report any sightings of bikes which you believe are riding illegally to Police on 101 or Powys County Council who have an online reporting form.

Local Events

Surgeries

Venue: As Listed

Date / time: 19 Oct 2018 - 19:02

Description:

Community surgeries are conducted on the first and third Friday of each month at;  Machinations, Llanbrynmair at 10am, Cemmaes Road Health Centre at 1130 and Plas Machynlleth at 1400.

Venue: As Listed

Date / time: 16 Nov 2018 - 19:02

Description:

Community surgeries are conducted on the first and third Friday of each month at;  Machinations, Llanbrynmair at 10am, Cemmaes Road Health Centre at 1130 and Plas Machynlleth at 1400.

Venue: As Listed

Date / time: 21 Dec 2018 - 19:02

Description:

Community surgeries are conducted on the first and third Friday of each month at;  Machinations, Llanbrynmair at 10am, Cemmaes Road Health Centre at 1130 and Plas Machynlleth at 1400.

Local Notices

Summary:

Twitter

Details:

Your local neighbourhood policing team is now on Twitter, follow @Machynlleth_NPT for updates from the team.

Summary:

Volunteers Required

Details:

Community Speed Watch  - we are looking for volunteers to take part in our new initiative tackling speeding in our local towns and villages. The scheme focuses on raising awareness of the impact of speeding in the areas identified by the community.

This will involve volunteers identifying speeding vehicles in their area by use of 'Read Your Speed' equipment.

Volunteers must be aged 18 or over and training and support is provided by your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

If you are interested please contact PCSO 8124 Tessa Williams at Machynlleth Police Station on 101.

Summary:

CYMORTHFEYDD SYMUDOL YR HEDDLU

Details:

MOBILE POLICE SURGERIES

 

1ST AND 3RD FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

Whether you have a query or would like to meet some of your

local officers then your local neighbourhood policing team will

be available for you to speak to, so pop in for a chat!

 

LLANBRYNMAIR CAR PARK 10:00-11:00

 

GLANTWYMYN COMMUNITY CENTRE CAR PARK 11:30-12:30

 

MAENGWYN STREET CAR PARK MACHYNLLETH 13:30-14:30

 

Details:

This is a system the Neighbourhood Policing Team use to share important messages with residents.

To sign up please visit www.dpcm.co.uk

You can indicate what type of messages you would like to receive, whether that's watch schemes, incidents in particular areas or about events and initiatives.

If you would like some further information regarding this then please speak with a local PCSO in Machynlleth.

Contact The Team

Email

MachynllethNPT@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

Doll Street
Machynlleth
Powys
SY20 8BH

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

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.