Street-level crime in Cardigan
Crime for Cardigan
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
Cardigan Police Station
Cardigan Police Station
Parc Teifi, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1EW
Non-Emergency Number 101 (01267 222020 outside Dyfed-Powys)
If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available, or take a message.
In case of emergency you should phone 999.
Front Counter Opening Hours
Monday-Friday 10:00 – 14:00 and 14:40 – 18:00
Closed on Bank Holidays
- Email: CardiganNPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk
Cardigan Rural neighbourhood policing team
- Inspector Christina Fraser
Inspector Christina Fraser is based at Cardigan Police Station covering the Neighbourhood Policing areas of Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, Fishguard and Crymych. She has worked for Dyfed Powys Police for over 13 years, predominantly in response posts across the whole of Ceredigion and also in Public Protection, Custody and as Staff Officer to the Chief Constable. Christina grew up and was educated in the Teifi Valley and recognises the positives but also the challenges faced by the residents of our rural communities. She is passionate about using technology to its best advantage in Policing and sharing her love of Community Policing with anyone willing to listen!
- Sergeant Alison Rees
Sergeant Alison Rees was born and brought up in Pembrokeshire. She joined Avon and Somerset Constabulary in 1986 and spent 8 years policing in Bristol before transferring "home" to Dyfed -Powys in 1994. On return to the area she was stationed at Cardigan Police Station, and has served there both as a PC and then Sergeant. In January 2007 she joined the Neighbourhood Policing Team, with responsibility for supervising the team in the Mid and South Ceredigion area.
- PC Diane Williams
PC Diane Williams was brought up in Pembrokeshire and joined West Yorkshire Police in 1989, policing Wakefield Division. In 2002 she transferred ‘home’ to Dyfed-Powys Police where she has been stationed at Newcastle Emlyn both as a beat officer and Neighbourhood Policing Constable, and since 2011 in Fishguard as a beat officer. Diane says "I am looking forward to taking on the role of Neighbourhood Constable for Cardigan Rural Section."
- PCSO Matthew Kieboom
PCSO Matthew Kieboom joined Dyfed-Powys Police in June 2013, and is now a member of your Neighbourhood Policing Team for Cardigan and its surrounding wards. He has spent the last few years working in Tesco's Cardigan. Prior to that PCSO Kieboom served 12 years as a Captain in the British Army. He is proud to be back in uniform and looks forward to taking ownership of local issues and driving them forward. He intends to provide the same high level of service and dedication to the people of Cardigan and its wards as he has done both for Wales and Great Britain. Although originally from Canada, he has now settled locally with his wife and is beginning to learn Welsh to better assist the people of Ceredigion. They are both honoured to call Ceredigion their home.
- PCSO Hedydd Llewelyn
PCSO Hedydd Llewelyn joined Dyfed Powys Police in February 2014 as part of the Cardigan Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team. Hedydd was brought up in Ceredigion and is a fluent welsh speaker. She graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2012 with a degree in BA Criminology and Sociology and has since spent 2013 travelling on a gap year. Over the past five years Hedydd has worked as a beach lifeguard for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) along the Ceredigion coast and continues to do voluntary work for the charity. Hedydd says "As a new member of the team I look forward to getting out there and giving something back to my community. I will be covering the rural areas and will be a point of contact for those who need help and support with any issues to assist in preventing, detecting and tackling rural crime."
About this neighbourhood
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Dyfed-Powys Police.