Street-level crime in Hereford

Crime for Hereford

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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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Hereford Police Station
Hereford Police Station
Hereford Police Station, Bath Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2HT

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Hereford City Southside and Rural Southside neighbourhood policing team

Inspector Greg Tudge

I have 14 years police service and have undertaken various roles including patrol, custody and SNT. I have been a Safer Neighbourhood Inspector since October 2018. 

I have a real passion for ensuring that my team work effectively to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, to bring offenders to justice and to protect the most vulnerable. 

It's important that your Safer Neighbourhood Teams listen to local concerns and work with local partners to make Hereford a safer place.

If you have an issue or matter you want to talk about please get in touch using the contact details below.

Police Constable Keith Ramone
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact West Mercia Police to request that they add this information.
Police Constable Jim Phillips

PC Phillips joined south Wye SNT in March 2016, before then, PC Phillips worked as a response officer in Leominster.


PC Phillips can be contacted by calling 101 and asking for ext 4730 or by calling 07976938632

Police Constable Kirsty OBrien

PC OBrien joined South Wye SNT in October 2016, before then, PC OBrien worked as a response officer in Leominster.

PC OBrien can be contacted by calling 101 and asking for ext 4730 or by calling 07773052571

Police Community Support Officer Christina Howard

PCSO Christina Howard has worked for West Mercia Police since 2007. Christina started her career working in Leominster Town, where she was based for 7 years before moving to Hereford. Christina is now part of the St Martins and Hinton Team based at South Wye Police Station.

Police Community Support Officer Kirsty Jenkins

PCSO Kirsty Jenkins joined West Mercia Police in March 2009. Kirsty covered the Three Elms and St Nicholas ward up until September 2013, she then moved onto the Hereford City Southside and rural beat where she currently covers the High Town area.

Police Community Support Officer Charlotte House

PCSO HOUSE joined West Mercia Police in June 2015 where she joined the Hereford City, Southside and Rural team. She has covered the City Centre/High Town patch since day 1.


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Police Community Support Officer Adam Westlake

PCSO Adam WESTLAKE joined West Mercia Police in 2007. He has served the community of South Wye for the last 10 years.

Adam can be contacted by calling 101 and asking for ext 4730 or by calling his mobile 07773052580

Police Community Support Officer Hayley Warne

PCSO Hayley Warne joined West Mercia in June 2015 having previously worked in retail. She joined South Wye SNT until March 2016 before being seconded for 12 months to the Rural, Business and Cyber Crime department where she learned numerous skills. Hayley is now back at South Wye SNT and is eager to share all that she has learned.

Police Community Support Officer Jenny Rees

PCSO Jenny Rees joined West Mercia Police in 2018  and has responsibility for the South Wye area including Belmont, Hinton and St Martins and the Rural areas. Jenny can be contacted on 07971050396

Police Community Support Officer Carol Marsh

I'm Carol Marsh and I began working for West Mercia Police in 2006. I have worked as a police community support officer in Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Worcester City centre, Upton upon Severn and Malvern (Pickersleigh). Since 2018 I have been part of the Hereford Team and am really enjoying working with my new colleagues, meeting the residents and dealing with the different challenges on patch! In my personal life I have gained a lot of experience in voluntary youth work, especially within the Air Cadet Organisation where I hold the rank of Squadron Leader RAFVR(T), responsible for adult training within the Wales & West region.

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