PCSO Aimee smWhitchurch now has a new Police Community Support Officer appointed to cover the town and surrounding area.

PCSO 16140 Aimée Scott-Molloy has taken on the role following the departure of PCSO Piers Ambler.

Aimée is getting to know people around the town as well as becoming better acquainted with the local area.
She has already met the Town Council Clerk and Chairman/Mayor, following a representation made by some local residents concerning some local issues at the last Council Meeting.
Based at Tadley Police Station, Aimée is also hoping to arrange special sessions where she can talk to anyone with concerns as well as providing regular reports on local activities.

Below is Aimée’s first Report:

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Monthly report for Whitchurch, Hurstbourne Priors and Cole Henley
June 2017

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)

Hello!

I’ve been working for Hampshire Constabulary for the past two years, and a few weeks ago I was officially given the role as the new officer for the Whitchurch beat.
I am really looking forward to getting to know the area, and the people in it.

If you have any questions or if you wish to contact me, please do so on the email above

Thank you


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Crime summary for 1st June to 30th June:

Total reported incidents – 48
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 – 5
Dwelling burglary – 1
Non-dwelling burglary – 1
Road traffic incidents (including driving complaints and vehicle seizures) – 9
Drug offences – 1
Impairment – 1
Suspicious incidents (including people and vehicles) – 3
Theft – 1
Theft of vehicle – 1
Other incidents (including domestic disputes and mental health incidents) – 17
Other crime – 2

During the same time last year, there were 66 incidents reported to police; 18 more than this year. These included 19 registered crimes; 7 more than this year.

Community policing priorities:

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

Burglary

There was one dwelling burglary this month:

Crime reference 44170248687
29/06/2017 07:00 – 16:00
Webbs Farm Close, Whitchurch
Access gained by forcing a rear door. An untidy search has been carried out by the offenders and jewellery was taken.

There was one non-dwelling burglary this month:

Crime reference 44170242926
26/06/2017 00:00 – 06:45
Winchester Road, Whitchurch
Offenders have broken into a non-residential property and taken money.

Road traffic issues

There were 9 traffic related matters this month, these included 2 driving complaints.
There were 3 road traffic collisions, one caused damage only and the other two caused a minor injury.
Two vehicles were seized over the month, both for no tax.

Immobilise.com:
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If you wish to register your property go to www.immobilise.com

Reporting incidents
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