Crime for Pembroke
Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.
To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
- Telephone: 101
- Email: pembrokedockNPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk
Pembroke neighbourhood policing team
- PC Kenny Small
- Team Leader Pembroke Electoral WardsPC Kenny Small has been based at Pembroke Dock for 14 years and lives in the area. He said: "I see neighbourhood policing as a return to the true role of a police officer, something we did in the past to great effect. "I look forward to listening and walking rather than computing and driving."
- PCSO Dave Powell
- Beat Responsibility for St Mary South and Hundleton Electoral WardsPCSO Dave Powell has worked as a fire officer in Libya and a traffic warden in Tenby. He became a PCSO in 2005 and was a member of the Milford Haven Neighbourhood Policing Team. He said: "I have for the past two years been helping with the communities of Milford Haven with anti-social behaviour and other problems. I feel a difference can be seen since we started and I am now looking forward to supporting my own community."
- PCSO Emma Thomas
- Beat Responsibilities for St Mary North and Lamphey Electoral Wards (Including Main Street Pembroke)Emma joined the team in October 2008 and was born and educated in South Pembrokeshire. She also successfully obtained a history degree at Glamorgan University. Prior to joining Neighbourhood Policing, Emma worked at both Pembroke Dock and Haverfordwest police stations as a Traffic Warden. When asked about her current role, Emma said "I have really enjoyed developing my beat area in Pembroke and have a good working relationship with licensees and retailers in Main Street. I intend to keep working hard to engage with teenagers in the area in order to prevent any incidents of antisocial behaviour."
- PCSO Kelly Jones
- Beat Responsibilities for Monkton and Hundleton Electoral WardsKelly joined the team in April 2012 and is local to Pembroke, having been educated at the Grove Primary school and Pembroke Comprehensive. Kelly has obtained a degree in law at Glamorgan University and has also completed her Legal Practitioners qualification. Prior to joining the Neighbourhood Policing Team, Kelly worked for three years as a Special Constable at Pembroke Dock on a voluntary basis and also gained experience working as an office administrator in the Pembroke Dock area. When asked about her current role, Kelly stated "I really enjoy working with the community of Monkton and engaging with youngsters in the area. Hopefully I can work with our Partnership Agencies to improve their quality of life and make a real difference".
- PCSO Richard Mason
- Beat responsibilities for St Michael and Lamphey Electoral WardsRichard joined the team in September 2012 and is local to Pembrokeshire, having been educated at Sir Thomas Picton Comprehensive School in Haverfordwest. He then achieved further qualifications in sports science, whilst study at Pembrokeshire College. Richard worked in the Tourism and Leisure Industry before deciding on a career as a Police Community Support Officer. When asked about his current role, Richard said: "I am really excited about my new career in the police and the support I can give to everyone in the Pembroke area."
- PCSO Carla Thomas
- Beat Responsibility for St Mary South Electoral WardCarla joined the team in November 2012. Carla has been brought up in Pembrokeshire, attending Sir Thomas Picton Comprehensive School in Haverfordwest. Carla Lived in Salisbury, Wiltshire for three years while studying her degree in Photography and returned to Pembrokeshire to continue her learning and gaining a Post Graduate Degree in Education. For the past seven years Carla has put into practice her education training by working for a local training provider as a Quality Co-coordinator, specialising in staff development. When asked about her current role, Carla said: "I am looking forward to working as part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team, striving to make the community a safer environment for all, enhancing the quality of life for residents and being the visible police presence to meet the needs of all individuals and groups."
About this neighbourhood
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Dyfed Powys Police.
Messages and events
Surgery Held at Croft Court, Pembroke
When: 4th June 2013, 9.15am
Where: Croft Court, Pembroke
A surgery held at Croft Court’s Coffee morning to discusswith your local Neighbourhood Policing Team, any issues or problems you have in your area.
When: 19th June 2013, 5.00pm
Where: Town Hall, Pembroke
3rd Wednesday of every month.A meeting for anyone who wishes to raise a community issue with their local Neighbourhood Team. Held at the Town Hall. All welcome.