WHO ARE YOUR LOCAL POLICE?
Sadly PC Paul CLARK (sometimes known as 'The
Silver Fox') retired at the end of February and has moved on to
something involving more sociable hours. Paul held the distinction
of not only being the oldest PC at the Station but also the one
with the fullest head of hair! We all wish him well for the future.
His old beat area of Ansty, Newtown, Semley and Wardour has been
incorporated into other beats as set out below. You will also note
the arrival of three new names to the section. PC Paul WILSON
has joined us from Wilton where he has been for several years, WPC
Lucy DEAKIN arrives fresh from the hustle and bustle of Salisbury
and PC Pete ROBINS escapes back into the real world from
the training department at Police Headquarters.
TISBURY NORTH BEAT OFFICER
PC Mark STEELE
Covering Berwick St.Leonard, Chicklade, Chicksgrove,
Sutton Mandeville, Swallowcliffe
MERE NORTH BEAT OFFICER
PC Graham BRIANT
Covering Gasper, Kilmington,
Maiden Bradley, Norton Ferris, Stourton, Yarnfield,
PS Dave CULLOP
Based at Tisbury Police Station
TISBURY BEAT OFFICERS
PC Mark LITTLEWOOD &
WPC Lucy DEAKIN
Covering Tisbury, West Tisbury, Hatch, Newtown &
MERE BEAT OFFICERS
PC Dave MILLS &
PC Pete ROBINS
Covering Mere Burton Charnage & Barrow Street
SECTION INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
PC John BISPHAM
TISBURY SOUTH BEAT OFFICERS
PC Steve MADAMS & PC Paul WILSON
Berwick St.John, Charlton,
Donhead St.Andrew, Donhead St.Mary,
& Tollard Royal.
MERE SOUTH BEAT OFFICER
PC Jerry WILKINS
& West Knoyle
So there you have it every village has it's own Community
Beat Officer. If you would like to talk to your local beat officer
about a local problem or even see him or her in the flesh please
ring Tisbury or Mere Police Stations. If we are all out on patrol
or dealing with incidents the answer machine will be on. Providing
that it is not urgent and can wait please leave a message and you
will be called back. If it can't wait then you have two further
options. If it is an emergency or someone is in danger or a crime
is being committed ring '999' immediately. If it is not urgent
but you would like us to know about something straight away then
ring the Police Control Room on 01722-411444. An operator
can contact us on the radio and one of us can deal with whatever
problem has arisen.
Please be aware that although we would all love to
work non-stop, 24 hours a day seven days a week we are in fact only
allowed to work 8 hours a day and we must take two days off for
every five we work. We are also forced to go on courses, assist
in other areas, are made to stay at home when we are not well and
are even told to take holidays! But don't worry it's all worked
out so that someone is on duty every day
TISBURY & MERE SECTION - FEBRUARY 2002
Chicksgrove - 1st Trailer stolen from open
sided barn (PC Mark Steele).
Donhead St Mary - 13th Livery yard office burgled (insecure
window) saddles stolen (PC Steve Madams).
Hindon - 1st - Male arrested for drink driving (PC Jerry
Wilkins). 11th Child's double buggy stolen from front garden
(PC Mark Steele).
Kilmington - 2nd Agricultural 'Topper' stolen from field
overnight (PC Graham Briant).
Maiden Bradley - 8th Outbuilding broken into ride-on lawnmower
stolen (PC Graham Briant).
16th Handbag stolen from house early in the morning, key left in
rear door (PC Graham Briant). 23rd Large insecure Horse transporter
entered overnight television and CD player stolen (PC Graham
Mere - 13th Money stolen from till at Castle Hill Motors
(PC Jerry Wilkins). 24th Taxi driver assaulted by male after
fare dispute (PC Paul Wilson). 24th House broken into in
Clements Lane, electrical goods stolen (PC Paul Wilson).
24th Office at quarry broken into damage caused (PC John Bispham)
Norton Ferris - 5th Cattle transporter stolen from farmyard
overnight (PC Graham Briant).
Tisbury - 8th House in The Quarry broken into overnight whilst
owners away, tools and jewellery stolen (WPC Lucy Deakin).
8th Burglar reached in through insecure window of house in Hindon
lane during the night and stole car keys. Then used them to steal
the owner's car (WPC Lucy Deakin). 8th Portacabin broken
into on building site overnight in Church Street tools stolen (WPC
Lucy Deakin). 13th - Male arrested for breaching his bail conditions
(PC Graham Briant). 13th Public House broken into cash cigarettes
and CD's stolen; burglar also stole the licensee's car (WPC Lucy
Deakin). 13th Empty house (occupants on holiday) in Hindon lane
broken into, burglar alarm activated nothing stolen (PC Jerry
Wilkins). Between the 12th and 17th an unsuccessful attempt
was made to burgle a house in Park Road (WPC Lucy Deakin).
13th Unsuccessful attempt made to break into The Boot overnight
(WPC Lucy Deakin). 24th Burglary at The Boot Public House
overnight, cash stolen (WPC Lucy Deakin). 24th Burglary at
The Crown Public House overnight, car also stolen from the car park
(WPC Lucy Deakin)
Tollard Royal - 1st Trailer stolen from open sided barn on
farm (PC Steve Madams).
Wardour - Damage caused to storeroom door at Old Wardour
Castle overnight (PC Paul Clark).
West Tisbury - Between the 1st and 4th thieves broke into
a stable block at Pyt House and stole two chainsaws and a portable
generator (PC Paul Clark).
Willoughby Hedge - 19th Male drove onto garage forecourt
in a vehicle stolen from Yeovil put £25 worth of petrol in
and drove off without paying. Vehicle later recovered in Somerset
(PC Jerry Wilkins). 23rd Male stole container of oil from
Service Station shop (PC Jerry Wilkins).
Zeals - 10th Seven staddle stone tops stolen overnight (PC
Graham Briant). 18th Large quantity of eggs stolen from chicken
house overnight (PC Graham Briant). 18th Cash stolen from
car overnight, the car was left unlocked (PC Graham Briant).
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