Welcome PC Anna Hall and PCSO Harry Mohide

Published: 08 February 2024

Welcome PC Anna Hall and PCSO Harry Mohide
We're happy to introduce the latest additions to the neighbourhood policing team: PC 4176 Anna Hall and PCSO 8586 Harry Mohide. Their unique backgrounds and dedication to public service are sure to make a significant impact in our area. Let’s get to know them a bit better!
Meet PC Anna Hall
Anna has recently joined us from a patrol team in Weston-super-Mare, bringing with her a wealth of experience garnered over seventeen years of policing. Her move to Nailsea marks a new chapter in her career, one she is eagerly looking forward to. As a seasoned police officer, Anna is no stranger to the challenges and rewards of the job. However, neighbourhood policing presents a unique opportunity to engage more closely with the community.
Anna is keen to embrace the new challenges that come with neighbourhood policing. She looks forward to meeting as many residents as possible, aiming to build strong, cooperative relationships within the community. If you see Anna out and about, she would be delighted to chat and get to know you. Her dedication to public service and community engagement is a testament to her commitment to making the local area a safer, more connected place to live.
Welcome PCSO Harry Mohide
Harry joined the Nailsea neighbourhood policing team in June 2023, taking a significant step in his career after several years as a personal trainer. His enthusiasm for community engagement and public service has led him to take on the Yeo Vale beat, where he is eager to make a positive difference.
Harry's background as a personal trainer has instilled in him a strong sense of discipline, a keen understanding of people from all walks of life, and a commitment to health and well-being. He believes these skills will be invaluable in his role as a PCSO, helping him to connect with the community on a deeper level.
Harry is looking forward to patrolling the Yeo Vale area and hopes to become a familiar face to the residents. He encourages everyone to say hi and engage with him during his patrols. His approachable nature and dedication to his new role make him an excellent addition to our team.