Neighbourhood Watch From, Bob Hills   Watch Co-ordinator  01635 276 050  Mobile: 07831430890

Burghclere Neighbourhood Watch includes all Villagers.  We are united in our desire to help the police reduce incidents of crime in our area.

Registered subscribers currently receive occasional emails from me and newsletters from the police and other associated bodies.

You may be asked to keep a lookout for vehicles and pass on imformation about suspicious callers etc. which seems 

to work very well..Register NOW, by contacting me, Bob Hills on 01635 276 050  07831430890 or email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

If you don't log in with me I won't know you are there!

If you don't use email I will try to make sure you are kept up to date with important news.

The police newsletter is sent to the watch- co-ordinator who sends it by email to all residents who have registered.

Our local beat policeman is John Dullingham, PCSO 12960, who prefers email contact:  john.dullinghamThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or call 101 

It is important to remember that if you need instant police attendance, you should ring 999. if you wish to report a non-emergency crime

or a late discovered theft, then the 0845 045 4545 is best as Damon may be off duty.  By all means email him after reporting it but it is the 0845 number that

will immediately get your incident onto police records and they will be able to give you an incident number for your insurance.

Finally, if you can use email, please make sure that any neighbour who can't do so  knows the latest news.

Thank you, Bob Hills 01635 276 050 or 07831 430 890.

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for October 2017            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for January 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 2018

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for January 2018.

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

·         Traffic related offences

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st January to 31st January 2018

8 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

3- Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

3 - Criminal damage incidents

9 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

4 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

2 – Public order

1 – Non dwelling breaks

1 – Dwelling break

1 – Theft from vehicle

2 – Drugs

1 - Theft

2 – Action Fraud

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 dwelling break and 1 non-dwelling break.

 

On 23/01/2018 between 14.00 - 15.00hrs, Tubbs lane, Highclere – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to the address by smashing a small pane of glass on a rear door. The offender/s have then unlocked the door by reaching in and turning the key on the inside, a number of items reported stolen.

 

Sometime over 13/01/2018 – 15/01/2018, Tothill, Newbury – Unknown offender/s have managed to climb over the gate to gain access to the building yard, once inside a number of sheds have been opened. No items have been stolen from the sheds, but 2 water cans have been taken from the yard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – 4 reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behavior)

1 report of an abandoned vehicle in a layby along the A34 near Tot Hill Services.

1 report of CCTV issues between neighbours – Broadlayings, Woolton Hill.

 

28/01/2018 at 02.20hrs, Mount Close, Highclere – Elderly resident reporting that someone was knocking on her door in the early hours of the morning. 

 

29/01/2018, Oxdrove, Burghclere – Local resident reporting issues with cars parked up in the area most nights. The drivers/passengers leaving their rubbish behind and they believe they are using drugs due to the small plastic bags which are left behind. 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

Between 1st January and the 31st January 3 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 2 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, tax or MOT.

1 vehicle seized for no insurance and driving licence when it was stopped for speeding.

1 vehicle was issued with a prohibition notice for having 3 bald tyres.

 

Other Matters

Action Fraud

Hatt Common, East Woodhay – An elderly female has been contacted over the phone from a withheld number, person pretending to be a police sergeant from Regent Street Police Station. The person asked them to attend their bank and withdraw a large amount of money, which they did. The person then asked them to check the serial numbers to see if they were fraudulent, which they did. The person then explained that the money was fake and that a courier would be round to collect the money, the money was then collected.

A few days later the female had another call from another male, the process was again the same and the money was again collected in the same way. During both calls the male stayed on the line throughout her trip to the bank and handing over the money to the courier. The female also handed over her bank cards and PIN numbers to the fraudsters.

 

PLEASE DON’T HAND OVER ANY MONEY, PERSONAL DETAILS – IF IN DOUBT YOU CONTACT YOUR LOCAL POLICE FORCE VIA 101 or 999.

DON’T USE THE FRAUDSTERS NUMBERS THEY GIVE OVER.

 

You can also contact Action Fraud via the link https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for February 2018

 

 

February 2018

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for February 2018.

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

·         Traffic related offences

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 


Reported incidents between 1st February to 28th February 2018

8 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

2- Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

1 - Criminal damage

6 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

3 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

0 – Public order

2 – Non dwelling breaks

0 – Dwelling break

1 – Theft from vehicle

2 – Drugs

2 - Theft

0 – Action Fraud

 


Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 2 non-dwelling breaks.

 

On 27/02/2018 between 16.30 – 22.30 hours, Woodhay Downs, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to a farm site by cutting through two gates, once on site they have cut a lock to a barn stealing various tools.

 

Sometime between 27/02/2018 16.00 – 28/02/2018 06.30 hours, Hatch House Lane, North End Unknown offender/s have gained entry to a barn, once inside a caravan has been broken into and a drill stolen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – 3 reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behavior)

1 report of vehicles sat up in the location of Ox Drove/Pound lane, Burghclere – the occupants of the vehicles leaving food rubbish behind, smashing bottles and drug paraphernalia.

Patrols completed in the area, vehicle located and driver issued with a cannabis warning when they admitted to having cannabis on them – this incident relates to one of the two drug related incidents on the monthly report.

 

Traffic Related Offences–

Between 1st February and the 28th February 1 driver was arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 4 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

3 vehicles seized for no tax, also showed no MOT.

1 vehicle seized for no insurance when it was stopped for speeding.

 

Other Matters

 

Theft from vehicle

 

Over the years local beauty spots like the Chase and Beacon Hill car parks have been targeted by thieves while the owners have been out for walks/walking their dogs.

Most offences of theft from vehicle are opportunist. If valuable possessions (e.g. handbags, laptops, sat navs, iPods, mobile phones, cameras) are left on show inside a vehicle, it is much more likely to be targeted by thieves.

Even items of little value, such as shopping bags and clothing, may tempt a potential thief to break into the vehicle to see whether they contain anything worth stealing.

Offences can take place during the day or night, whether a vehicle is parked in a driveway, on the street or in a public car park. Typically. thieves will smash windows to gain entry. Sometimes they will break door locks or, on older vehicles, prise the door away from the body of the vehicle.

 

Valuables - IF YOU DON’T NEED IT LEAVE IT AT HOME.

 

Some vehicles have been targeted due to thieves not being able to see into the boot space. If you have a parcel shelf it may be worthwhile removing it or pulling it to one side showing no valuables are left in the boot.

 

March 2018

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

·         Traffic related offences

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 


Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

2 - Criminal damage

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

4 – Public order

1 – Non dwelling breaks

0 – Dwelling break

2 – Theft from vehicle

1 – Drugs

4 - Theft 

 


Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

Other Matters

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018

 

 

 

March 2018

 

 

 

 

Please see the latest news summary of some of the occurrences for March 2018.

 

Our current local community policing priorities are:-

 

·         Traffic related offences

 

·         Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

 

·         Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries

 

 

 

Reported incidents between 1st March to 31st March 2018

 

4 - Suspicious incidents - (from suspicious people to vehicles).

 

4 Assault. (not necessarily physical, between partners)

 

2 - Criminal damage

 

4 - Road traffic incidents/driving complaints

 

0 - Anti-social behaviour incidents (environmental, between people known to each other, vehicle, groups of youths) 

 

4 – Public order

 

1 – Non dwelling breaks

 

0 – Dwelling break

 

2 – Theft from vehicle

 

1 – Drugs

 

4 - Theft 

 

 

 

Non dwelling/dwelling burglaries – 1 non-dwelling breaks.

 

 

 

Sometime on 14/03/2018 between 03.30 – 08.00 hours, North End Road, North End – Unknown offender/s have gained entry to three storage sheds on an estate by cutting off the padlocks, at this time no items have been reported stolen.

 

 

 

Anti-social behaviour – No reported incidents of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour)

 

 

 

During the month of March 2018 there were no reported incidents of ASB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Related Offences–

 

Between 1st March and the 31st March 6 drivers were arrested for drink drive offences in the rural area, also 5 vehicles were seized from the road side.

 

 

 

1 vehicle seized for no tax and MOT.

 

2 vehicles seized for no insurance.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, MOT and tax, driver did not holding a driving licence.

 

1 vehicle seized for no insurance, the driver also had a revoked driving licence.

 

 

 

Other Matters

 

 

 

Suspicious vehicle

 

 

 

A silver Ford Focus V383 *** has been spotted a number of times in rural locations, suspected of poaching offences.

 

The vehicle has been seen speeding along rural roads with 3-4 people and dog/s on board, stopping at entrances to fields, looking into fields before driving off again at speed.

 

 

 

On 6th April around 18.30 hours a white Ford Transit TLZ 6*** pulled up outside an address in Kingsclere, 2 males wearing high vis jackets got out and started to look through the windows of the conservatory. When the males realised they were being watched by a neighbour, they got back into their van and drove off.

 

 

 

A white Citroen Dispatch van – X133 *** has been seen a couple of times in the rural, 2 males seen trying to remove metal items from skips, the males were challenged and returned the items.

 

This vehicle is also showing notified off road (SORN) – not having any road tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Hampshire Constabulary

         Monthly update for March 2018