The Trinity Neighbourhood Policing area covers the Wards of Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill. The Ashley Ward encompasses the areas of St Pauls, Montpelier and St Werburghs. The Lawrence Hill Ward includes St Philips, Barton Hill, St Judes and Redcliffe and the Easton Ward includes the areas of Redfield, Whitehall and Easton.
The area is a mix of residential properties that are either privately owned or social landlords. There are vibrant independent retail avenues such as Stokes Croft, St Mark's Road and Stapleton Road. The area enjoys numerous recreational parks and green space facilities and boasts a multi-cultural community, celebrated notably in St Pauls in July each year with the carnival.
The area is home to many active community groups and the Neighbourhood Forums are some of the best attended in the city. See your beat page for your next session where you can have a say about matters in your neighbourhood and get involved.
Neighbourhood Newsletters (Trinity)
Find out the latest news from your local community by downloading a copy of your neighbourhood newsletter.
Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership
The Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership looks at strategic issues across the inner city - Find out more - The Bristol Partnership
Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs)
The PCSO Charter sets out exactly what service you can expect from the Police Community Support Officers who work in the City. The key areas of business were decided after consultation with the people of Bristol and Bristol City Council. Download your copy of the PCSO Charter here.