Paws on Patrol is coming back to the park! Join us on the 1st of June from Noon-5pm in Gloucester Park for all sorts of doggy displays and treats.
Officers from Safer Gloucester will be available for crime prevention advice and information and to register new members to Paws on Patrol at the Retirement Roadshow on 25th May 2013 at Gloucester Guildhall.
Safer Gloucester officers from the Police, Gloucester City Council and Project Solace will be available to chat through problems in the Tredworth area.
Safer Gloucester including Gloucester City Council, Police and Project Solace will be available to chat through any issues you are experiencing in the Barton area
Eastgate Street to enjoy a street party on the last Saturday of the pilot scheme trialling the pedestrianisation at night
Unfortunately due to the weather the Easter Eggstravaganza has had to be cancelled, but we'll try to set a new date soon! Safer Gloucester are joining with Barnwood Community Partnership to host an Easter Eggstravaganza at the Clock Tower Park, Barnwood on Saturday March 23rd from 1pm-4pm.
On 14th February 2013, Gloucestershire will be participating in the global campaign to raise awarness of violence against women and girls.
Safer Gloucester's Christmas Fun Event for Older People to be held on 22nd December at St Catherine's Church Hall, London Road. Reserve your free ticket now!
The NightSafe meeting initiated by Safer Gloucester is holding a special "Have Your Say" event for night clubbers in Eastgate Street on the 30th November from 10pm - midnight.
Come along to King's Walk on the 9th November to meet members of Safer Gloucester and get tips to help make Christmas Crime-proof. There will be members from many different agencies: Gloucester City Council, Gloucestershire Police, Gloucester City Homes, Gloucestershire Probation, Domestic Abuse Support, Substance Misuse Support, Neighbourhood Watch and local Councillors.
The ASB Patrol Van (with officers from Project Solace, Gloucestershire Police, Gloucester City Homes and Environmental Protection) will be patrolling the streets of the city on Halloween night in a special police van, to deal with bad behaviour as it is reported.
This Friday (October 26) sees the launch of a specially designated patrol van to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Gloucester.
The Youth Peace Project has been relaunched at Parry Hall, thanks to local businesses and Gloucester City Homes who have supported Delroy Ellis and the team to find a new venue, after being asked to move out of their old home.
Safer Gloucester will be joining departments from the City Council and agencies from the voluntary sector at Local Democracy Live at Gloucestershire College.
The People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), the leading veterinary charity, are to visit Gloucester 17th - 21st September to bring its pet healthcare messages to communities.
Come and enjoy a fun day, with many side stalls and shows, bouncy castle, dog show, arts and crafts show, flowers, fruit and veg show, with trophies, rosettes and prizes to be won!
Come along to Scott Avenue to join in with Podsmead Festival! There will be all sorts of fun activities and information stands, including the chance to sign up for Paws on Patrol!
Come along and support us in Gloucester Carnival this Saturday! Paws on Patrol Mascot Police dog Ace and his sniffer dog buddy Holly will be there travelling in style!
Safer Gloucester will be holding the next 'Have Your Say' day in areas of Barton. The team will be visiting residents to find out their views and experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour in the neighbourhood.
Come along to King's Square on Wednesday 6th June 2012, from 10am-3pm to celebrate the voluntary and community sector with all sorts of fun free activities for young people.
To celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee there will be a grand fete on King George V playing field, (Hucclecote, GL4 3EX) with dance and music performances and all kinds of stands and activities for young people.
Calling all dog owners in Gloucester - keep your eyes and ears open for Safer Gloucester’s brand new initiative – Paws on Patrol!
The show is aimed at those near, at and in retirement; those who care for others and those who may be in receipt of care themselves. Many of the people attending will have someone that they are looking after, either at home or in a home, but others will be living an active retirement.
The Safer Gloucester Partnership will be holding the next 'Have Your Say' day in an area of Podsmead. The team will be visiting as many residents as they can to find out their views and experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour in the neighbourhood.
Safer Gloucester (City Council, Police and Gloucester City Homes) are arranging an ACT NOW (All Communities Together) event for Tuesday the 31st January 2012 to be held in the Civic Suite, North Warehouse at 6pm.
Safer Gloucester will be holding the next 'Have Your Say' Day in areas of the Barton and Tredworth ward. The team will be visiting as many residents as they can to find out their views and experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour in the neighbourhood.
Safer Gloucester agencies have invited members of the community to work through a pretend scenario of an event that has the potential to disrupt our community cohesion.
Come along to King's Walk on the 16th November to meet members of Safer Gloucester and get tips for a Crime-proof Christmas. There will be members from many different agencies: Gloucester City Council, Police, Gloucester City Homes, Domestic Abuse Support, Substance Misuse Support, Neighbourhood Watch, Police Authority and local Councillors.
Be part of a Police Team for a day and see how or why Police Officers make the decisions they do when dealing with a major incident, such as a suspected Terrorist attack.
Find out what activities are available in Gloucester for young people. Ranging from Gloucester Army Cadets to Cheerleading there is sure to be something you'd like to try.
Safer Gloucester will be hosting its Open Panel, where it reports current activities and progress to the community on 14th September at Gloucester City Council Offices, Civic Suite, North Warehouse.
Gloucestershire Housing Association are hosting their second Fun Day at Waterwells Sports Centre on the 11th August from 11-4pm. Safer Gloucester will be there and welcomes you to come and discuss any home security or personal safety issues.
On Saturday the 16th July 2011 there will be a Police and Community Fun Day at Abbeydale Community Centre. Organisers say it will be a chance for the residents to come together, and enjoy a sense of community, meeting people from their neighbourhood and the organisations which serve them.
The Safer Gloucester Partnership are visiting Seymour Road in the Moreland ward of Gloucester to find out resident's views of crime and anti-social behaviour in their neighbourhood.
Gloucestershire Advisory Support Panel in association with Gloucestershire Constabulary are organising Let’s Come Together - a FREE community sports and fun day for all the family. The event will take place on Wednesday 1st June 2011 from 3pm – 7pm at Gloucester Academy, Estcourt Campus, Estcourt Road, Gloucester.
Members from the Safer Gloucester Partnership including the Police and the City Council will be at Morrisons to provide information about buying alcohol for young people, a criminal offence with a potential £5,000 fine.
Members of the Safer Gloucester Partnership (including officers from the Police, City and County Council, Fire Service, Primary Care Trust, Probation Trust and Police Authority report back to residents of current activity to reduce crime, disorder and anti social behaviour.
Residents are encouraged to come and let us know what they think.
The Safer Gloucester Partnership will be visiting residents in Kingsway to find out how they feel about crime and anti-social behaviour in their community.
The Safer Gloucester Partnership are visiting roads in the Abbey ward of Gloucester to find out resident's views of crime and anti-social behaviour in their neighbourhoods.
A festive fun event for older people at St Catherine's Church Hall, London Road on Saturday 11th December 2010.
Safer Gloucester Partnership to give Christmas Crime Prevention advice in King's Walk
Safer Gloucester will host "Gloucester Youth’s Got Talent" at the Gloucester Guildhall on Friday November 5th 2010 where contestants will compete for an iPod touch, five hours in a recording studio and a camcorder.