Gloucestershire Constabulary's Community Engagement Vehicle is coming to Kingsholm, and will be providing local residents and businesses with advice on tackling burglary and crime this winter.
The Community Engagement Vehicle (affectionately known as 'CEV') is used by Gloucestershire's Police as a mobile information point, providing crime prevention advice to residents and business owners across the county. It can be stationed within individual communities and is also seen at various local events.
Police Community Support Officers will be on hand to provide advice and information on beating burglary as part of the #StolenMemories campaign, which is focused on preventing burglary incidents now that the clocks have gone back and the nights are longer. It's also an opportunity to discuss any other concerns you may have about crime in and around the area.
CEV will be visiting Allcooper's Kingsholm site on Monday 6 November from 09.30am to 12.30pm.
Address: 76 Kingsholm Road, Gloucester, GL1 3BD
Parking: Limited parking is available on site
For more burglary advice and information about the #StolenMemories campaign, visit: www.gloucestershire.police.uk/stolenmemories
You can also join the event on Facebook here.