Crime for Narberth
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
- Telephone: 101
- Email: tenbyNPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk
Tenby Rural neighbourhood policing team
- Inspector Mark McSweeney
Mark McSweeney joined the Metropolitan Police Service in 2000 before transferring to Dyfed Powys Police in 2008. Posted to Carmarthenshire he firstly worked on a response team before being promoted to Sergeant on a Neighbourhood Team. In 2012 he was transferred to Pembroke Dock where again he led a Neighbourhood Team. Now as South Pembrokeshire Neighbourhood Inspector he states "I am really proud to work alongside a group of hard-working, dedicated police officers and staff who really care about the public that they serve."
- PCSO Jim Moffatt
Jim joined Dyfed-powys police in 2008 and has been a Pcso in P/dock and for the last 5 years at Saundersfoot. Jim fell in love with Pembrokeshire many years ago and now has the pleasure of serving that community. The role Jim now enjoys takes him back to the early role of the local bobby who got to know everybody and was approachable. His main aim now is to support his police colleagues and the community.
- PCSO Graham Kendall
I joined Dyfed Powys Police service in September 2012 after spending seven years working and training as a sommelier in France, Australia, England and Wales. Prior to that I spent six months volunteering in an elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai in Thailand. I cover Saundersfoot, East Williamston, Sageston and Amroth. I enjoy fostering great working relationships with different sections of the community and getting to know people who live in my area on an individual and personal level.
- PCSO Rachel Adams
PCSO Rachel Adams 8187 joined Dyfed Powys Police is October 2014 as a Clerical Support Worker in the Traffic Process Unit. Prior to joining the police service Rachel achieved her Bachelors and Masters degree in the design sector.In June 2014 Rachel became a PCSO based in Saundersfoot. She states "I feel so privileged to be based in such a picturesque location which possesses such a strong sense of community spirit." Rachel looks forward to assisting this community and helping those that are in need of support and guidance.
About this neighbourhood
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Dyfed-Powys Police.