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The parish of Portbury is situated at the eastern end of the Gordano Valley where it meets the Bristol Channel and the River Avon. It includes the village of Sheepway.. The M5 motorway has a busy interchange serving North Somerset, Royal Portbury Dock and Bristol as well as the Gordano `Services`. The dock, which is covered by its own police force, also has a rail link and is rapidly expanding.The surrounding area has several farms, a racing stud and paddocks. The main attractions are riding and walking.The nearest police stations are shown below. The station providing policing for this beat is Portishead Police Station, South Avenue, Portishead.
Nearest police stations
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Mobile Beat Surgeries
Mobile beat surgeries have been arranged for the 2nd, 14th and 28th of May and the 3rd, 12th and 26th of June 2013 at the following places/times.
ADDED: 3/05/2013 13:25
Portishead Library Beat Surgeries
Please note that beat surgeries have been arranged for the following dates in May; 4th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 14th, 16th, 21st, 23rd, 25th, 28th and 30th. June surgeries will take place on the 4th, 6th, 8th, 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 22nd, 25th, 27th.
ADDED: 3/05/2013 13:16
Unfortunately, there have been several arson attacks on cars in the layby at the end of Portbury High Street near the A369. Please report any suspicious activity and pay attention when passing.
ADDED: 3/05/2013 12:21
'Have your say' gives you the opportunity to influence what happens in your neighbourhood.
It is a mechanism whereby neighbourhood issues, identified through local meetings, are taken to a partnership panel,
where courses of action are agreed. Find out more.
If you are unable to attend a meeting but would like to make your views known,
please Register your local priorities.
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All members of the public are welcome to attend
4 June 2013 at 7:30 PM (In 12 days)
at Portbury Village Hall
2 July 2013 at 7:30 PM (In 40 days)
6 August 2013 at 7:30 PM (In 75 days)
You can contact your neighbourhood team if you wish to have the opportunity to meet with them prior to the next meeting date
Local communities work with police following London incident (Forcewide)
ADDED: Today 0:40
Man charged with production of cannabis (Weston-super-Mare)
(More than 800 cannabis plants seized in past two weeks)
UPDATED: 22/05/2013 9:30
We need your help to trace absconder (National)
ADDED: 21/05/2013 16:04
Mobile Beat Surgeries (Portishead Neighbourhood Area)
Beat surgeries are aimed at meeting the needs of the communities served by the Portishead Safer Stronger Neighbour Team. The team hold mobile beat surgeries regularly for members of the public to meet and discuss their issues with your local officers...
A Farm Watch Scheme has been launched by the Nailsea Safer Stronger Neighbourhood Policing Team.
Learn about Operation Jackal (Portishead beats)
Operation Jackal is an initiative started in Portishead, which is now being employed across North Somerset. This Operation works to raise awareness of doorstep crime and rogue traders. For more information download "Operation Jackal."
A Parish council meeting is held in the village hall at 7.30pm on the first Tuesday in the month, and a Neighbourhood Watch coordinators' meeting is held every six months in the village hall, dates to be arranged.
Inspector Sharon Bennett
Neighbourhood Team Inspector
Sergeant Jim Robinson (Portishead)
Neighbourhood Police Team Sergeant
Constable Jenny Clark
Neighbourhood Beat Manager
Police Community Support Officer
Police Community Support Officer
To contact our officers online select their name above, we aim to respond within 24 hours; alternatively call 101.
Please note: Messages sent to any members of this team will go into a shared e-mail box, rather than directly to that person.
Can you help us to identify a woman who we would like to speak with in connection with an offence of theft from a pharmacy in Nailsea?
Can you help identify two women we wish to speak with in connection with an offence of theft?
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