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Street-level crime in Romsey

Crime for Romsey

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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.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Andover
Andover
South Street, Andover
SP10 2ED

Opening Hours:
Mon: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Tue: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Wed: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Thu: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Fri: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Sat: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Sun: 0930 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: test.valley.police@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Romsey Town neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Vicki Dennett

I have served as a police officer for 12 years. I have worked in a number of roles as a PC, I am currently the neighbourhood sergeant for Romsey and surrounding areas.

PC Claire Bates

I have been a police officer for almost 11 years and for the last 7 I have worked at Romsey. I am now part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team that looks after Romsey Town. Our aim to is reduce crime and anti-social behaviour, protect the most vulnerable and pursue prolific offenders who are impacting on our area.

PC Helen MANN

I am a Police officer currently covering Romsey Town

PCSO Hollie Dunning

I am the beat officer for Romsey Town Ward which includes the following locations Romsey town, Tadburn, Woodley and Cupernham.

PCSO Louise Allen

I am the beat officer for the Romsey Town ward, which covers the following locations, Woodley, Cupernham Tadburn and Romsey Town.

PCSO Biggs Sam

I am now part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team that looks after Romsey Town. Our aim to is reduce crime and anti-social behaviour, protect the most vulnerable and pursue prolific offenders who are impacting on our area.

PCSO Gemma Clark

I am a Police Community Support Officer based out of Romsey Police Station covering the Romsey Town ward. I have worked at Romsey Police Station now for nearly five years and enjoy working with all members of the communities listed above as I get to meet new and interesting people on a daily basis and everyday is different.

About this neighbourhood

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Romsey Town beat is a market town that consists of shops, banks, hotels, restaurants and pubs and the residential wards of Cupernham, Halterworth, Woodley and Whitenap make up the surrounding beat area.
Romsey was home to the late Lord Mountbatten and lies on the River Test.

The beat is covered by the Romsey Neighbourhood Policing team, assisted by special constables who are passionate about reducing crime and ASB, protecting vulnerable people and targeting those who commit crime. You can influence local priorities by attending a beat surgery or public meeting, by email or calling 101.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Hampshire Constabulary.

Messages and events

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Upcoming events

  • Public Community Event

    When: 23rd February 2017, 3.00pm

    Where: Waitrose, Romsey, Alma Road, Romsey, Hampshire,

    Cop shop - A chance for the community to discuss any problems in their area, and receive advice and support from a local PCSO.
    I have coincided these events to be held in Bradbeers when thefts have occurred to try and reduce this, it also is a great way of engaging with the local community and staff, and providing them with up to date advice and support.
    And to promote Immobilise and Hampshire alerts.

  • Public Business Engagement

    When: 24th February 2017, 5.30pm

    Where: The White Horse, Market Place, Romsey, Hampshire,

    Romsey Business forum meeting

  • Public Community Event

    When: 2nd March 2017, 10.30am

    Where: Abbotswood Court Care Home ,

    Time for a Cuppa 2017, a Dementia UK campaign to raise awareness of the support in the community they provide through the work of Admiral Nurses.

Monthly crime data provided by police.uk under the Open Government Licence