Following the successful Paws on Patrol launch event in Gloucester in May 2012, Safer Gloucester has organised an even bigger and better day of fun at Gloucester Park on Saturday June 1.
Officers from Safer Gloucester will be giving crime prevention advice and registering new members to Paws on Patrol at The Retirement Roadshow at the Gloucester Guildhall this Saturday (May 25).
A new initiative led by police is set to revolutionise the approach to gangs in Gloucester.
A full closure of Eastgate Street in Gloucester during weekends is to be trialled as part of an initiative aiming to make the city safer at night.
Taking the security message to the doorsteps of over 1000 homes in Barton and Tredworth has delivered a substantial drop in burglaries.
As Easter gets closer, Safer Gloucester is joining with the Barnwood Community Partnership to present an afternoon of fun in the Clock Tower Park, Barnwood on Saturday 23rd March.
Maia Brookes winner of the Safer Gloucester NightSafe Logo Competition will receive her prizes at the Skillzone Centre on 14th February 2013. The logo will be used on all NightSafe publicity.
Ashley Nicholls-Perry jailed for seven months for breaching his gang injunction for the second time.
Gloucestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner is to seek the public’s views on setting the council tax. Businesses and other local organisations are also being canvassed.
Safer Gloucester’s NightSafe Group is anxious to ensure that revellers get home safely after enjoying a night out in the city. At the recent evening consultation in Eastgate Street, 71% of nightclubbers reported feeling safe or very safe in the city centre at night and 90% said that they used taxis or private hire vehicles to get home.