Street-level crime in Hanley Swan - Malvern Gazette

Crime for Hanley Swan

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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.

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Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Hindlip Hall Police Headquarters
Hindlip Hall Police Headquarters
West Mercia Police Headquarters, Hindlip Hall, PO Box 55, Worcester, WR3 8SP

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Upton neighbourhood policing team

Inspector Tanya Beckett
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Sergeant Simon Hallam

I began my career with West Mercia Police in 1998 and have been involved in frontline policing ever since. Having worked within the response role initially as a PC within the Malvern area, I was promoted to Sergeant during this posting. I have subsequently worked as a Custody Sergeant within the busy cell block at Worcester Police Station and on completion of this posting I spent two years working within the South Worcestershire Operational Response Unit having responsibility for firearm response and serious road traffic collision matters.

I moved to the arena of Safer Neighbourhood Policing at Warndon, Worcester in June 2015 following a five year spell on patrol duties within Evesham. Having spent almost three years in post having responsibilities for some of the challenging areas of higher need within East Worcester I have now moved back to where I began my career. I look forward to tackling the new challenges of rural policing within the Malvern Hills District.


Police Constable Kevin Johns

My career with West Mercia Police began in 2006 when I became a Police Community Support Officer for the Chase Ward, Malvern. In 2009 I became a PC and worked on response at Worcester Police Station. I then continued as a response officer when I was posted to Malvern. In January 2018 I became the Safer Neighbourhood Officer for the Upton Ward which I find challenging and rewarding.

Police Community Support Officer Lisa Freeman

My employment started with West Mercia in January 2004 as an admin clerk in personnel at Hindlip Head quarters. In October 2004 I became a PCSO and joined the Safer Neighbourhood Teams at Malvern. I have worked most of the wards in Malvern including Pickersleigh, Link and Dyson, and Priory and Chase. I have receive two commendations, my first one in 2010 for preventing a young woman from coming to harm in Malvern Link and more recently for my commitment to a new scheme called Facewatch (an online crime recording system designed for use by retail outlets in the capture of shoplifters). In April 2016 I moved to Upton-Upon-Severn where I hope my previous experience will be invaluable to the community.

Police Community Support Officer Linda Pawley

I have worked for West Mercia Police since March 2001. I worked in the Force Control Room until January 2014 when I became a full time Police Community Support Officer for Arboretum and Claines. On 17th December 2018 I joined Upton Safer Neighbourhood Team. I enjoy the varied role as a PCSO and the unexpected challenges it brings every day.

About this neighbourhood

Upton ward's experienced policing team is comprised of one police constable and two police community support officers who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the residents of the area.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is West Mercia Police.

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