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Monthly report for Whitchurch, Hurstbourne Priors and Cole Henley
March 2018


PCSO 16140 Aimée Scott-Molloy
Contact your Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101
Or via email on aimee.scott-molloy@hampshire.pnn.police.uk
(Please do not report any crimes via email – emails are not regularly monitored)

Crime summary for 1st March to 31st March:

Total reported incidents – 39
Crimes recorded by the Home Office – 12

Below is a breakdown of the incidents police have been called to in the last month:

Anti-social behaviour – 6
Assault – 1
Dwelling burglary – 1
Non-dwelling burglary – 2
Drug incidents – 2
Harassment – 1
Public order – 2
Road traffic incidents (including driving complaints and vehicle seizures) – 7
Suspicious incidents (including people and vehicles) – 6
Tampering with motor vehicle – 1
Theft from vehicle – 1
Other incidents (including domestic disputes and mental health incidents) – 8
Other crime – 1

During the same time last year, there were 60 incidents reported to police; 21 more than this year. These included 26 Home Office registered crimes; 14 more than this year.

Community policing priorities:

The current community policing priorities are burglary, road related issues, and anti-social behaviour


There was one attempted dwelling burglary this month:

Crime reference 44180106891
15/03/2018 – 22/03/2018
Fairfield, Whitchurch
Report of damage being caused to rear door, no entry has been gained to the property.

There were two non-dwelling burglaries this month:

Crime reference 44180115521
28/03/2018 13:00 – 18:00
Kingsclere Road, Whitchurch
Report of gardening tools being stolen from a locked shed by forcing the door off with a tool.

Crime reference 44180110888
25/03/2018 04:40 – 05:00
Church Road, Whitchurch
Persons have forced entry into the premises and have stolen cash. Investigation ongoing.

Road traffic issues

There were three road traffic collisions; two caused damage only and one caused minor injury. There were three driving complaints this month, and one vehicle was seized for no insurance.

There were no results collated from Speedwatch this month.

Anti-social behaviour

We are receiving reports of groups of youths hanging around the Evingar Industrial Estate. Patrols are being carried out there more regularly to try and prevent any further issues.


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If you wish to report an incident yourself, you can do so by contacting 101
In an emergency always call 999
Or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
Please do not report any incidents via email

Please contact me if you have any questions,
PCSO 16140 Aimée Scott-Molloy