Swindon South Community Policing Team (CPT)

Swindon South CPT covers the town centre and south of the town.

Community Policing Teams

Community Policing is a new policing model introduced across Wiltshire Police in 2016, it has replaced the previous model of separate teams such as Neighbourhood Policing and Response, to bring together all officers,civilian staff and Special Constables in an area to work as one Community Policing Team.

Community Policing is the result of an in-depth project designed to look at how best Wiltshire Police can deal with the various demands on the service and improve the experience for victims of crime. It has been implemented to provide a more effective and efficient police service, putting the public at the heart of everything it does.

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Local officers who cover your local community 


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 Hub Superintendent

Charlie Armstrong


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Dave Hobman


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David Tippetts




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PC Paul Bezzant

Covering: Town Centre

Photo of PC Luke Atkinson


PC Luke Atkinson

Covering: Broadgreen

Photo of PC Craig Thompson


PC Craig Thompson

Covering: Old Town and Kingshil

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PC Sophia Best

Covering: South Rural

How to contact your local team:

If your call is an emergency please dial 999.

If you need to report a non-urgent crime/incident/anti-social behaviour, request an update on an investigation or make a complaint then please dial 101.

To contact your CPT about a community-related matter, such as a school visit, then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Each Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) is aligned to a beat area and your local PCSO will probably be your first point of contact about local issues. If necessary they can put you in touch with the relevant officer, civilian investigator or Special Constable. 

Our priorities
Priorities for your local area are set in consultation with the community and our partners at local meetings and through information provided to us, so we can focus on important policing issues to you.

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Town Centre

  PCSO Charlie Milne

PCSO Charles Milne

PCSO Aidan Hillier

PCSO Aidan Hillier

PCSO Oliver Jefferies 1

PCSO Oliver Jefferies

Dangerous and persistent offenders.

Community focus. 

 Prevent Anti-social behaviour and crime which impacts the community, including: street drinking/substance abuse and begging. 


 Photo of PCSO Kevin Swindle

PCSO Kevin Swindle

PCSO Kuy Harrison

PCSO Kuy Harrison

PCSO Tanya Fry

PCSO Tanya Fry

 High risk vulnerable people.   
Old Town

 Photo of PCSO Mark Chivers

 PCSO Mark Chivers

Theft from motor vehicles.

Community focus.


 Photo of PCSO Andrew Gee

PCSO Andrew Gee

Theft from motor vehicles. 

Community focus. 

South Rural

 Photo of PCSO Emma Turner

 PCSO Emma Turner

Photo of PCSO Joanne Cross

PCSO Joanne Cross 

Burglaries, robberies, thefts and fly-tipping and Anti-social behaviour. 



PCSO Sam Giles

PCSO Sam Giles

Eldene and Liden

PCSO Jessica Dyer

PCSO Jess Dyer

PCSO Emily Dean

PCSO Ellie Dean


PCSO Jeremy Marsh

PCSO Jeremy Marsh

PCSO Philip Day

PCSO Philip Day

PCSO Dean Tilling

PCSO Dean Tilling

PCSO Ashlee John

PCSO Ashlee John


PCSO Laura Todd

PCSO Laura Todd


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