Street-level crime in Evesham
Crime for Evesham
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.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Evesham Community Contact Centre
Evesham Community Contact Centre
Evesham Community Contact Centre, Abbey Road, Evesham, WR11 4SB
- Telephone: 101 (In an emergency always call 999)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Evesham Town North and Rural South neighbourhood policing team
- Inspector Janet Heritage
I became a Safer Neighbourhood Inspector in September 2009, working in Worcester City. In May 2013 I changed locations and became the Safer Neighbourhood Inspector for Wychavon, covering the areas around Droitwich, Pershore, Evesham and Broadway.
- Sergeant Philip Stayte
I am Sergeant Phil Stayte, I have been involved in Safer Neighbourhood policing in Evesham since 2007. I have worked in various departments within West Mercia Police, spending time in Proactive CID, Professional Standards and major Incident rooms.
I enjoy the varied aspects of Safer Neighbourhood policing, and engaging with the rich diversity of communities within the Vale of Evesham.
- Police Constable Paul Buffery
PC Buffery is now the Safer Neighbourhood Officer for Evesham Town North, which covers the town centre and Bengeworth.
Since starting with West Mercia Police in 2006, PC Buffery has been a response Police Constable working all of his service in Evesham for the past 9 years.
As a result of this, he has built up a good local knowledge of the area and a good relationship with many of its businesses and inhabitants.
PC Buffery is looking forward to the new challenges that entails being a Safer Neighbourhood Officer presents and serving the local people to Evesham.
- Police Constable Paul Lewis
- My name is Paul Lewis I have been a Police Officer for the past 27 years. I have worked in 3 police forces: West Midlands Police, Hampshire Police and now West Mercia Police. For the past 7 years I have been the Beat Manager for Evesham Town.
- Police Community Support Officer Phillip Schoenrock
Phil Schoenrock has worked as a Police Community Support Officer since 2007. Previously he served 31 years as a Police Officer in West Mercia.
- Police Community Support Officer Rebecca Wilkes
I have worked on Evesham Town North since August 2015. I cover the Town Centre, Greenhill and Bengeworth areas. I regularly patrol the Town Centre, Abbey Park and surrounding areas and really enjoy engaging with the public and shop keepers.
Prior to this role, I was the Safer Schools Officer at The De Montfort School, Evesham, where I was based from January 2014, where I engaged with the students, assisted with attendance and behaviour issues and dealt with issues that affected the students in school.
Prior to this role, I was based in Evesham Town South from May 2009.
During the school holidays, you will see me patrolling around Evesham Town, please come and say hello to me.
- Police Community Support Officer Natasha Forsythe
PCSO Forsythe joined the Safer Neighbourhood Team in May 2015 having previously worked in hospitality and leisure. After graduation from university with a degree in sports development and coaching she spent a lot of time working with children and in the education system.
About this neighbourhood
Welcome to our Safer Neighbourhood Team site. Your team consists of an Inspector, Sergeant, 2 x Police Constable and 3 x Police Community Support Officers. We aim to keep your neighbourhood a safe place to live and work. We regularly hold PACT (partners and communities together) surgeries for members of the public to attend and discuss any policing issues. These dates and locations are advertised on our site. If you have any issues you would like to discuss please contact us.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is West Mercia Police.