The Community Policing Team (CPT) combines Neighbourhood Policing, Response teams and Local Crime Investigators so there is a “one team” approach to community policing. It means there is a bigger team of officers and police staff  available to attend incidents and improves communication between teams and departments. It gives the public a better service because issues can potentially be resolved at the first point of contact (101 and 999 call-takers) and provides them with a named officer/police staff member who they will be able to keep in touch with during the investigation. It also encourages officers and staff to take more “ownership” of cases.

Each Community Policing Team will be overseen by a Superintendent and will have an Inspector and a Deputy. The team will be made up of a mix of police officers, community co-ordinators, PCSOs, civilian local crime investigators and Specials.

Pewsey is part of the Wiltshire East team and our community co-ordinator is PC Teresa Herbert with local PCSOs Jonathan Mills and Paul Whiteside.

Further information can be found on Twitter, on Facebook or sign up to the local Community Messaging service.


The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust (registered Charity No. 1153790)

The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust works in partnership with the Wiltshire Police to provide a home security service for elderly, vulnerable and disadvantaged people throughout Wiltshire.  The charity funds the operation of two Bobby vans that provide mobile workshops for Bobby operators.  Our new team of Stay Safe Online Volunteers also offer advice on keeping safe online.  For their latest news check the Blog section of the website.