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                       Beat 106

Beat 106 is the beat for Boyd Valley and Bitton that covers Pucklechurch.  The Beat Team will periodically post news and information here.  The Avon & Somerset Constabulary website has been updated and does not currently have details of our local team.  As of 7th February 2014 the team consists of:

PC Ken Hill - 0791 962 8315

PCSO Sam Derrick - 0782 538 8936

Please Note: If you require Police attendance ALWAYS call 101 (999 ONLY in the case of emergency)

Ways to contact the police.

In an emergency or to report a crime in progress dial 999
By Phone - to report a non-urgent crime dial 101

On-line - to report a non-urgent crime/incident and other related forms:

You can prevent crime:

  • ALWAYS put the door chain on before opening the door
  • ALWAYS look through a spy hole or window to see who’s there – and if you’re not sure about them, DON’T open the door
  • If you have any doubts about a caller, ring police on 0845 456 7000 and tell us about them
  • Try to give us a description of the person and any vehicle they used, as well as which way they went when they left
  • Look out for your neighbours. If you notice someone suspicious calling on a vulnerable neighbour please tell us immediately
  • For home security advice contact your neighbourhood team on 0845 456 7000 or call South Gloucestershire Council’s Handy Van service on 01454 863857
  • Crime maps showing the approximate location and type of crime are now available from  Please note, however, that the information for Pucklechurch includes incidents inside YOI Ashfield so you need to take account of this when looking at the data.

    This site also gives you basic information about our local beat team but more is found on the Boyd Valley and Bitton beat pages on the Avon & Somerset Constabulary website.