Paws on Patrol will be returning to Gloucester Park on Saturday 20th May 2017. Come along and see the Police Dogs in action and meet their handlers.$0
Tuesday 7th February 2017 is Safer Internet Day. Find out how to keep your children safe online.
Following the success of Best Bar None 2015, Safer Gloucester has expanded the scheme city wide. The assessments have all been completed and all that awaits now is the awards ceremony on 17th January 2017!
Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Services Opening Times over Christmas 2016
Agencies that make up Safer Gloucester will be in King's Walk to give seasonal crime prevention advice and hand out free calendars with a seasonal monthly message to help stay safe.
As Santa's visit is getting closer, Safer Gloucester launches its crime prevention advent calendar.
Criminologist and author Dr Jane Monckton-Smith is presenting 'Are you afraid of someone? Understanding coercive control, stalking and homicide' at Kingshom Rugby Stadium, Kingsholm Road, Gloucester on 29th November 2016.
The popular Police Open Day will take place on Saturday 17th September at Gloucestershire Constabulary HQ, 1 Waterwells Drive, Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2AN. There will be new attractions and demonstrations to inform and entertain you.
The Barton and Tredworth Cultural Fayre will take place on Saturday 20th August 2016 in St James' Park. There will be food and entertainment from the various diverse cultures of residents living in the area and lots of fun activities to do all afternoon.
Safer Gloucester is hosting a second community conversation evening to look at how the community is coming together to make Gloucester a city where everyone feels safe. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday July 13th at Parry Hall, Parry Road, Gloucester.
Safer Gloucester is launching Best Bar None 2016 at 2.30pm on Tuesday 5th July 2016 at the Gloucester Guildhall. Following the success of the scheme in the city centre in 2015, it will be rolled out for licensed premises across the city to take part.
On 13th June 2016, Get Safe Online have launched a two week campaign to make businesses aware of the threats, issues and difficulties arising from Cyber Crime.
Gloucestershire Police have launched their campaign against Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence highlighting that throughout the Euros, A bad result for their favourite team shouldn't mean a bad result for you - Abuse is NEVER OK
Safer Gloucester is delighted to announce that the prestigious Paws on Patrol is returning to Gloucester Park on Saturday 7th May 2016.
Safer Gloucester invites young people from the city to design their own Super Hero Dog to win the opportunity to assist the Police Dog Handlers in the arena at Paws on Patrol on 7th May.
Safer Gloucester will be hosting a free dog micro chipping event at the Oxstalls Tennis Centre, Plock Court on Wednesday 9th March.
Project Argus is a multi media simulation that allows participants to make decisions about what they and their business need to do in helping to prevent and survive a terrorist attack or other catastrophe such as flooding, fire, explosion or major disaster
Gloucester is through to the finalists of the National Best Bar None Best New Scheme Awards. The awards will be announced at a Parliamentary Reception at the House of Lords on Tuesday 2nd February 2016.
Safer Gloucester has produced an advent calendar with crime prevention messages for each day of advent. Spend a moment each day and stay safe this Christmas time.
Safer Gloucester is holding an event at Gloucester Guildhall on Wednesday 16th December at 6pm to ask the question "How can we create a Gloucester where everyone feels safe?" Come and join in the conversation so we can work together to create change where we live.
Following recent terrorist attacks, Safer Gloucester is hosting a terrorist attack simulation to allow businesses to consider planning how to prevent and survive a terrorist attack
Week commencing 12th October 2015 is Hate Crime Awareness Week when consultation will take place across Gloucester to understand the issues afecting various communities
Gloucester's first Best Bar None Awards Ceremony will take place on 8th September 2015 at a Black Tie Dinner at the New County Hotel
Barton and Tredworth Cultural Fayre will take place on Saturday 22nd August from 11am – 4pm at St James’ Park, Albany Street, Gloucester.
Gloucester City Centre Police Team will be outside the atrium at Gloucester Royal Hospital on the 26th June from 13.30pm-6pm with bike etching kits and hints for cycle theft prevention.
A Project Argus multi media terrorist attack simulation training event for pubs, bars and clubs in Gloucester will take place on 24th June in the North Warehouse, The Docks, Gloucester, GL1 2EQ
The Hucclecote Show is a fantastic and free family day out – competitions, go-karts, food, pony rides, live music and a wealth of craft stalls and side shows to browse. Come and join us at King George V Playing Field on the 20th June between 12 and 10pm.
Paws on Patrol is coming back to the park! Join us on the 16th May 2015 from Noon-5pm in Gloucester Park for all sorts of doggy displays and treats.
Best Bar None, the National award scheme for licensees will be launched on Tuesday March 3rd 2015 at the Gloucester Guildhall. Best Bar None rewards premises who have made progress in developing Gloucester as a safe haven in which consumers can enjoy a night out.
As part of Gloucestershire's 16 days of Action, Safer Gloucester are hosting a Master-Class on Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Coercive Control and Homicide Risk on the 3rd December in the Civic Suite, North Warehouse from 5pm-7pm.
Safer Gloucester will be giving Christmas crime prevention advice in King's Walk on 26th November 2014
On the 16th of August, Safer Gloucester agencies attended the Barton and Tredworth Cultural Fayre in St James' Park, which ran from 11am-4pm and was a great celebration of the diversity of the local area.
Safer Gloucester will attend the Quedgeley Pageant to commemorate the Centenary of the Commencement of World War 1 at Severn Vale School on 27th July 2014.
Safer Gloucester will be joining the Police and Crime Commissioner's Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle on the 9th July from 10am-3pm in ASDA car park, Gloucester.
Come along to Barton Street Police Station on Wednesday 19th February 2014 and you can investigate all different aspects of Police work. There will be lots of fun activities and plenty of crime prevention advice!