Street-level crime in SA18 3

Crime for SA18 3

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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.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

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Amman Towy neighbourhood policing team

PC Mathew Boswell

PC 165 Mathew Boswell has recently  joined Cross Hands Neighbourhood Policing Team after spending a number of years as a response officer in Ammanford. Mathew Previously worked as a Civil Servant where he adopted an array of skills and competences which are beneficial to the role of a Police Officer. Born and raised in the Gwendraeth Valley, Mathew is a committed and flexible member of the team. His passion for the role is consistently evident in his actions where he has a  desire to serve and protect the public and community. Mathew is aware of the strong community presence that the area holds and aims to recognise and deal with vulnerability,  reduce crime, the fear of crime and offer crime prevention advice whilst engaging with members of the public. Mathew’s priority is to  work closely with the community, schools and partner agencies in order to target and resolve local issues

PC Stephen Morris

PC Stephen Morris was born and bred in Tycroes, Ammanford. He joined the Police service in 2001 having served previously as a Special Constable for 5 years. He says, "Having lived in Tycroes for most of my life I feel that I have an in depth knowledge and understanding of what matters most to the local community. I have also enjoyed several years playing rugby for Llandybie, which has also enabled me to build a large network of key community contacts. My aim is to continue to work in partnership with other agencies to tackle the issues that matter most to our communities."

PC John Hill

John Hill is from Ammanford. He joined Dyfed-Powys Police in September 2001 as an Operational Call Handler. In 2005, he became a Police Community Support Officer based in Llanelli. Then, in 2010, he became a Police Constable based in Ammanford where he worked as a Beat Officer. In 2016, he transferred onto the Neighbourhood Policing Team in Ammanford and is now responsible for Llandybie, Saron and Tycroes.

PC Tom Draycott

PC 154 Tom Draycott originally joined West Mercia Police in 2002. He spent 9 years stationed at Worcester Police Station, where he gained experience working as a Response Officer, working within a Neighbourhood Policing Team and also working within a small Antisocial Behaviour Team. He transferred to Dyfed Powys Police in 2011 and has enjoyed working at Ammanford Police Station since that time. In August 2014, he joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team at Ammanford covering Ammanford Town, Pontamman, Betws, Tirydail, Bonllwyn and Pontamman, working with the community, colleagues and partner agencies to target and resolve local issues.

PCSO Sharee Treharne

PCSO Sharee Treharne joined Dyfed-Powys Police in November 2004 as a clerical officer within the Admin Section in the Criminal Justice Unit. She joined as a PCSO in March 2009 and was stationed in Ammanford covering the town, Pontaman, Tirydail, Bonllwyn, Betws and Pantyffynon. Sharee is now working out of Cross Hands Police station. On a daily basis she supports front-line policing, and engages with members of the public with the purpose of reassuring them with the police presence

PCSO Jonathan Crayford

PCSO Jonathan Crayford 8200 joined Dyfed-Powys Police in December 2011 as a Special Police Constable based in Cross Hands before returning there as his current role as a Police Community Support Officer in September 2014. PCSO Crayford said, "I am very much looking forward to working with the Cross Hands Neighbourhood Policing Team and to help resolve local community problems."

PCSO Alan Davies

PCSO Alan Davies has worked for Dyfed-Powys Police as a PCSO since October 2006. Previously he served for the Royal Air Force and more recently worked in retail. He was born and brought up in the Gwendraeth valley. He says, "Working as a PCSO I want to contribute to the policing of neighbourhoods in the area through highly visible patrol with the purpose of reassuring the public."

PCSO Nia Humphreys

PCSO Nia Humphreys is a local resident who joined Dyfed-Powys police in October 2012 and is stationed in Ammanford, covering Quarter bach and Glanamman/Garnant. I am looking forward to working with the community and identifying local issues, if anyone has any concerns then please do not hesitate to contact me.

PCSO Dayton Hughes

PCSO Dayton Hughes 8165. Born and bred in Ammanford. Joined Dyfed Powys Police in February 2014. Stationed at Ammanford covering Quarter bach, Glanamman and Garnant. Married with one child. Hobbies are rugby, keeping fit and traveling. I have worked within the community for the past 18yrs working at Amman Valley Leisure centre and Youth offender’s team in Llanelli. I am looking forward to working with the community, to identifying local issues and to safeguard the community and make sure it’s a good community to work, live, play and to visit in.

PCSO Ian Morgan

PCSO Ian Morgan has recently joined Dyfed Powys police as a PCSO. I am a sporty person playing rugby for my local Team for 20 years. I also enjoy surfing and training regularly. I will be covering the Ammanford West areas and look forward to the challenges involved in community policing and the community I will be working with.

PCSO Ryan Howells

PCSO Ryan Howells joined Dyfed-Powys Police in 2003 working within the Criminal Justice Unit. In 2009 Ryan then became an Incident Handler/Dispatcher within the Force Control Room, HQ where he worked before joining as a PCSO in 2011. Ryan is stationed at Ammanford Police station as part of the Amman Neighbourhood Policing Team.

PCSO Arwyn Rees

Arwyn Rees is a local resident from Ammanford who joined Dyfed Powys Police in January 1999 posted in Ammanford as a Traffic Warden. In November 1999 he became a Counter Clerk at the front counter based in Ammanford Police Station until November 2009 where he then became a Customer Service Advisor based in Carmarthen. I am looking forward to return to the Ammanford area as a PCSO to once again serve the Community of the area.

PCSO Alex Mullock

I joined as a PCSO in 2015 and am currently covering Glanamman, Garnant and Quarter Bach. I graduated from Swansea University with a law degree in 2014, whilst also working in the electronics industry for the past 5 years. My aim is to get to know the local community and build relationships with residents.

PCSO Stephen Griffiths

PCSO Stephen Griffiths was as a hospital porter for seventeen years, before joining Dyfed-Powys Police in January 2007. He is enjoying the new challenge of working in Llandovery.

PCSO Roger Anthony

Roger Anthony is a native of Tycroes. He joined the Dyfed-Powys Police Cadets in 1970 at the age of 16 and in 1973 as a Constable. He has served 35 years in the police service as a Constable and Sergeant, and after retiring rejoined the force as a Police Community Support Officer.

PCSO Louise Lewis

I joined Dyfed Powys Police in March 2010 and started my career in Pembrokeshire. I then transferred to Llandeilo in April 2012. Prior to joining as a PCSO I travelled and worked in America. I am now doing the job I have always wanted to do, and I’m enjoying every minute. I enjoy the challenge of having something different to do every day, working with partners, community organisations and the general public in identifying local issues and tackling them in order to help create a safe and confident community.

PCSO Helen Fender

I joined Dyfed Powys Police in March 2016 after working in the NHS for over 23 years. I was a Practice Manager in a GP surgery and I enjoyed the community working element of the role. I decided on a career change to have the opportunity to work more hands on out in the community. I have always enjoyed helping people and problem solving and this role gives the opportunity to do both.
There is a strong community presence in the Amman Towy area that we serve and the welcome from the public since starting has been very encouraging.
I want to become part of the community by being a link person offering support to the people, business owners and other professionals.
I joined Dyfed Powys Police as they believe in high visibility policing in the community and work pro-actively to reduce crime and keep our communities safe. One of my goals for this role is to identify the vulnerable people in the community so we can offer support and help protect them. 

PCSO Donovan Kerr

I joined Dyfed-Powys-police in March 2007 and I first worked in Ystradgynlais before moving to Llanelli in February 2010.
I enjoy being outdoors and engaging with the communities in which I live and work. I offer them help and support and where necessary I take positive action to make our communities a safer place to live and work.
I previously worked for Royal Mail for 17 years, 12 of them as a manager in a variety of different roles.

Sergeant Andrew Williams

Sergeant Andrew Williams joined Dyfed Powys Police in September 2007 serving as a PCSO in Ammanford. In 2010, he joined Dyfed Powys as a Police Constable again stationed in Ammanford where he served for a few years prior to working on the Armed Response Unit for a number of years. In January 2017, Andrew was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and posted to Ammanford police station having responsibility for response duties. In July 2017, Sergeant Williams was posted to Crosshands Police station and is now the Sergeant with responsibility for Crosshands, Llandeilo and Llandovery. These duties are response duties as well as neighbourhood policing duties. ‘I look forward to working within these communities. I am local to the area and have good community contacts already and am keen to develop these with a committed team of neighbourhood officers and PCSO’s to solve local issues and priorities.’

Sergeant Kerry Scoberg

Sergeant Kerry Scoberg 381 is from the village of Pontlliw in Swansea. He is married with three children. He joined Dyfed-Powys Police in 1994, where his first posting was to Llanelli Town. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2001. Kerry went on to work as a Supervisor on the Offender Management Team. He was also the Evidential Review Officer for all criminal files forwarded to the Crown Prosecution Service. Kerry is now the local Sergeant for the Ammanford Neighborhood Policing Team and is looking forward to working closely with the community and the relevant partner agencies.

About this neighbourhood

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- Crosshands, Crosshands, Quarter Bach, Cwarter Bach, Glanamman and Garnant, Glanaman a Garnant, Llandybie, Tycroes, Saron, Capel Hendre and Penybanc, Llandybie, Tycroes, Saron, Capel Hendre a Phenybanc, Ammanford Town, Pontamman and Betws, Tref Rhydaman, Pontaman a Betws, Llandeilo / Llandovery, Llandeilo / Llanymddyfri

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Dyfed-Powys Police.

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