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Supporting Communities in Partnership

If you are homeless, in temporary accommodation or on a low income services have been co-ordinated to offer a range of free drop-in sessions on Wednesday 16th May 2018.  These will be taking place at a variety of locations in and around the High Street – see leaflet for more

Safer Gosport Community Day 2018

HUNDREDS of people turned out for a community safety day to raise awareness of vital services. The Gosport Community Safety Partnership has hosted the event for the past seven years to help tackle crime, reduce anti-social behaviour and increase the feeling of safety in the Gosport community. Read more at:

Hardway PSPO comes into force 13/04/18

Gosport Borough Council has introduced a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in response to complaints from nearby residents about bad behaviour by some young people in the area. The PSPO will be in force from April to October. It does not ban anyone from gathering in the area or playing ball

Gosport nuisance shoplifter avoids jail after admitting string of burglaries

THIEF Benjamin Pennicott has avoided jail after admitting five burglaries. The 36-year-old, of Newbroke Road, Gosport, targeted businesses in a four-month spree. Portsmouth magistrates imposed a nine-week prison sentence suspended for six months with a six-month drug rehabilitation course. Read more at: https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/crime/gosport-nuisance-shoplifter-avoids-jail-after-admitting-string-of-burglaries-1-8374959 Read more at: https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/crime/gosport-nuisance-shoplifter-avoids-jail-after-admitting-string-of-burglaries-1-8374959

Consultation on anti-social behaviour in Hardway

Gosport Borough Council are seeking views from Gosport residents on a new order banning anti-social behaviour at Hardway memorial green. Full details can be found on their website, with a link to the online survey: https://www.gosport.gov.uk/sections/your-council/press-releases/consultation-on-anti-social-behaviour-ban-at-hardway/