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Policing Report January 2022

We are a dedicated group of police officers and police community support officers (PCSOs) who work with local communities and partner organisations to keep our residents, businesses and visitors safe, prevent crime and tackle anti-social behaviour in your locality. Officers can be contacted on the below numbers concerning community issues.
To report a crime in progress call 999 and for non-emergencies, report online at:  

If you are unable to report online, you can contact us via the 101 non-emergency number.

Ask for Pc Jack Sykes,  PCSO Ness Snape  and PCSO Teresa Howells Brown

Team contact details Team Email:
Safer Neighbourhood Officer: PC Jack Sykes Mobile: 07890390717
Police Community Support Officer: PCSO Ness Snape Mobile: 07814 040307
Police Community Support Officer: PCSO Teresa Howells Brown Mobile: 07814041496
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National Campaigns

21/02/2022 – 27/02/2022 – Mobile phone while driving Operation NPCC Campaign. Patrols will be out and about dealing with this important issue.


Neighbourhood Policing Week started on Monday 17th January 2022.  On Wednesday 19th January we attended Tesco Tenbury Wells (2 til 4) and handed out personal security advice, purse bells, and personal attack alarms.  The purse bells were a huge hit. We need to re-order more, as demand out stripped supply! Dates will be on Neighbourhood Matters with a new date so watch this space.

Bike and Property Marking- we will be roaming the Parish’s with Bike and Property marking days in February, details to follow via Neighbourhood Matters and emails to clerks.

Police Contact Contract Charter

As part of the Police Contact Contract Charter, we will be out and about in our more rural Parish’s collecting speed data in the coming months. We have been on active rural patrols with PC Nigel Bolton, the ‘We don’t buy Crime Rural’ and Business Police Officer, in areas where poaching has taken place. If any vehicles are seen if registration can be taken it is such useful information for us to have. One success story in Hallow where the Hare Coursing Van, which was not taxed or insured was removed by Police. The offenders had a long walk home!

Incident /Crime Statistics

Current statistics on calls to police and crime recording for your neighbourhood can be found at If you wish to discuss further, please contact a member of your safer neighbourhood team.


We attended Hallow and Martley with the start of the 2022 Safer Neighbourhood team’s surgeries. At Hallow we had a queue of people lining up with questions, and these have been fed back, for the most part, into the Parish Charter Contact Contract.

We have been in discussion with the Road Safety Team, and Highways, and will feed back results to the members of the Public and Parish Council alike.

Surgery Dates

We have a number of dates set up to meet the Police for our surgeries, which will be on:

21st February Hallow             Ladygo Stores  10am til 12pm

                      Martley            Martley Shop     1pm til 3pm

21st March  Great Witley       Outside Village Hall  8.30am til 10am

                    Tenbury           Tesco  Tenbury Wells    2pm til 4pm   

11th April       Hallow              Ladygo Stores  10am til 12pm

                      Martley             Martley Shop     1pm til 3pm

25th April       Great Witley     Outside Village Hall  8.30am til 10am

                    Tenbury           Tesco  Tenbury Wells    2pm til 4pm   

These dates will be advertised on face book Tenbury Cops, and Neighbourhood Matters as well as emails to the Parish Clerks.

Kind regards.


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