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St Johns and Bedwardine

Your Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) is a group of local police officers dedicated to serving your community. The team is made up of officers and PCSOs based in your area, supported by additional officers from the wider area.

We work closely with local authorities, community leaders and residents to decide our policing priorities for the area. This helps us to find useful, long-term solutions to local problems, while maintaining our wider focus on reducing crime across Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Worcestershire.

Please find contact details for your Safer Neighbourhood Team provided below. Please note that to report a crime or incident to West Mercia Police, you can visit westmercia.police.uk or in an emergency, please dial 999.

St Johns & Bedwardine

Dave Clee (West Mercia Police, PCSO, St. Johns's & Bedwardine SNT)

Dave Clee

PCSO

07976937340

Jamie Denning (Police, PCSO, St John's & Bedwardine - Worcester University)

Jamie Denning

PCSO

07870151127

Daniel Fenn (West Mercia Police, T/Inspector, Worcester SNT)

Daniel Fenn

T/Inspector

07773049926

Amanda Gregg (West Mercia Police, PC, Arboretum and Claines)

Amanda Gregg

PC

Kate Hand (West Mercia Police, PCSO, St Johns and Bedwardine SNT)

Kate Hand

PCSO

07811761157

Natasha Harris (Police, PCSO, University of Worcester)

Natasha Harris

PCSO

07581386249

Paul Slaymaker (West Mercia Police, Police Constable, South Worcester - St Johns and Bedwardine)

Paul Slaymaker

Police Constable

07811760963

Dawn Wallace (West Mercia Police, PCSO, Worcester SNT)

Dawn Wallace

PCSO

07811769895

Local Priority Issues

We regularly speak to local residents to establish what issues they may be experiencing in the area. The word cloud below represents the issues that residents of St Johns and Bedwardine have highlighted as priorities for the area recently (including some that say “I have no issues”).

Word clouds are graphical representations of word frequency that give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently. The larger the word in the visual below the more common the word was in the local survey.

We seek to tackle the issues raised in line with our Local Policing Community Charter.

To 'Have your say' on local issues, please click on the button below to complete a short survey.

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08/05/2022 16:22:28

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Meet your St Johns and Bedwardine Safer Neighbourhood team - Tuesday 10th May

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05/05/2022 14:28:33

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