The following message is from Donna Jones, Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire & IoW. Please consider responding to this year’s survey, if you agree that it deserves a better response than last year’s less than 3,000. Click here to go to the survey. Continue reading
Hampshire Alert, part of the National Neighbourhood Watch Network, has launched a survey to find out if/how attitudes towards cybersecurity and privacy may have changed during the pandemic.
Findings will inform Cyberhood Watch awareness initiatives for the community and draw attention to important cybersecurity and privacy topics to help citizens improve their knowledge of cyberthreats.
Perhaps something to be aware of – the police in Romsey have dispersal powers from noon on Friday, 23rd April until 6am on Monday, 26th April. These have been arranged in light of the recent rise in anti-social behaviour incidents.
The Victim Care Service, funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner and provided by Victim Support, has launched a new website to ensure anyone affected by crime in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton can access support and advice.
The website offers tips on how to protect yourself from different types of crime and advice on what to do if you experience them. It also includes a comprehensive database of organisations that can be searched by individuals and professionals looking to meet a specific support need. Continue reading
Business leaders at the Science Park were recently treated to a presentation by Tom Haye, the Chief Officer of Hampshire Special Constabulary. “What have Special Constables to do with cyber-crime?” you may well ask. Continue reading
Our local neighbourhood police team is keen to hear what’s particularly important to local people and so they’ve set up another online survey. It only takes a couple of minutes, and you may complete it by clicking here. Please note that the closing date is 31st May.
For the benefit of residents concerned about the recent uptick in local petty crime Cllr Finlay has arranged for the police to visit us to give their current views and advice. The session will be in the Coach House at Chilworth Manor on Monday, 20th March at 7.30pm. Several relevant companies have promised to attend so come along and see how to improve your security.
Our local neighbourhood police team is keen to hear what’s particularly important to local people. Their online survey is now closed but, until 7th July, late entries are still welcome. If there are any issues, concerns or ideas you would like to raise or bring to their attention then print this form and jot them down. Continue reading