Street-level crime in Llanelli - South Wales Guardian

Crime for Llanelli

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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

  • Email: LlanelliRuralNPT@Dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

Llanelli Rural neighbourhood policing team

PC Ian Roach
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PC Richard Waddell
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PCSO Joshua Chapman
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PCSO Tony Jones
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PCSO Steve Lloyd

PCSO Steve Lloyd joined Dyfed-Powys Police in October 2006, working from the Llwynhendy office. He previously worked as a primary school teacher in Carmarthenshire, and following a number of years in the classroom decided that it was time to change direction and become a PCSO. He says, "The role appealed to me from a number of fronts, including the fact that it would be diverse in nature, that much of my time would be spent outdoors, and also the fact that it involves meeting and addressing the needs of the community."

PCSO Zara Simisker

PCSO Zara Simisker joined joined the force in January 2007 with Ystradgynlais being her first posting. She has been involved with youth schemes within Powys. She enjoys socialising with friends and exotic holidays.

PCSO Angharad Thomas

Angharad Thomas was born and bred in Llanelli and attended Glan-Y-Mor Comprehensive before attending Graig College, Llanelli where she studied A Levels. On leaving College Angharad joined Dyfed-Powys Police working as a clerical officer based within the Criminal Justice Department in Carmarthen. She remained in this post for four years.
In December 2011 Angharad applied to become a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) with Dyfed-Powys Police and commenced training in February 2012. On completion of her training course Angharad was posted to the Llanelli Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) based at Llwynhendy Police Station.

PCSO Samantha Bradshaw

PCSO Sam Bradshaw is originally from the Ammanford area and joined the force in October 2013.Sam studied Criminology and Social Policy in Swansea University and graduated in 2011. Previously she worked as a Customer Service Desk Assistant in Tesco. She enjoys meeting new people and being involved within the community. Her ambition is to become a full time Police Officer and is keen to gain as much knowledge and experience as possible in her current role.

PCSO Natalie McWilliams

PCSO Natalie McWilliams is from the Ammanford area and joined the force in June 2007, working as an administrative assistant in the Occupational Health Unit and Human Resources dept. Natalie started training for the role of a PCSO in June 2014 and was posted to Llwynhendy. Natalie now looks forward to working closely with local people and businesses to help make the community a safer place in which to live and work.

PCSO Catrin Nelson
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PCSO Trudi Scandone

PCSO Trudi Scandone was posted to Burry Port in September 2014. She previously worked in Corporate Relations for BOC Gases, before joining Dyfed-Powys Police in 1999 as a member of Police Staff in the Criminal Justice Unit. She worked in a number of departments, more recently based in the Case Progression Unit in Friar’s Park, Carmarthen. Trudi enjoys being outdoors, and has got to know the community she works in very well.

PCSO Stephanie Maiello

PCSO Stephanie Maiello joined Dyfed Powys Police in February 2014 and posted to Burry Port after her initial 8 weeks training. She has no previous work experience for Dyfed Powys Police but is looking forward to enhancing her career with the force. Since leaving college, Stephanie has always worked with members of the public and enjoys engaging with the community and always has the time to listen to people. She is looking forward to a challenging new role and her future with Dyfed Powys.

PCSO Thomas Morgan
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PCSO Wayne McNally

Wayne McNally is a local resident of Kidwelly who Joined Dyfed-Powys Police in June 1984, and was posted to Llanelli Police station working within the C.I.D. Admin Dept., and Control Room. In 2009 I become a Customer Service advisor based at Carmarthen Police Station From there was Posted to Headquarters to the Information Resolution Team. In May 2015, I Joined as a Police Community Support Officer and was Privileged to return to my home town of Kidwelly to once again Serve the Community in which I live.

PCSO Ffion Wathan

Police Community Support Officer, Ffion Wathan joined Dyfed Powys Police and was posted to Carmarthen Station in April 2017. Ffion moved to Burry Port station in September of 2018. Ffion is from the Swansea area and worked in retail before applying for the post of PCSO. Ffion enjoys being outdoors, and is getting to know the community and area in which she is now working."

Sergeant Gemma Davies
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About this neighbourhood

- Felinfoel, Dafen and Swiss Valley, Felinfoel, Dafen a Dyffryn y Swistir, Llangennech, Bryn and Hendy, Llangennech, Bryn a Hendy, Llwynhendy and Bynea, Llwynhendy a Bynie, Burry Port, Porth Tywyn, Kidwelly, Cydweli

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

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  • The Dogs Trust Event

    When: 8th October 2020, 11.00am

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    On October 8th 2020, The dogs trust will be attending Kidwelly Rugby Club with support from your local NPT between the hours of 11am until 3pm whereby they will be offering a free chipping service and other inportant information. Anyone is invited to attend. If you require any further information, please either attend at Bury Port Station and speak to your local NPT.

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