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Violence Against Women and Girls – Call for evidence

The Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones has opened a call for evidence to hear the thoughts, views and experiences of residents and practitioners in relation to Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in Hampshire and in the Isle of Wight. The call for evidence is open until 18th April

Woman admits Gosport Burglary & Fraud

A woman has admitted burglary and fraud following an incident in Clarence Road in Gosport. Michelle Jewell, 42, of no fixed abode, entered the flat of a man in his 80s on 1 December 2021 and stole two wallets. Bank cards from these wallets were then used by Jewell to purchase goods

Comment on the licensing plans for the Queen’s Jubilee, expectations for custody, the Victims’ Bill, and the Youth Commission’s Big Conversation.

Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner has a range of opportunities to share your views this month.  You can add your thoughts on three national consultations about the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, expectations for police custody, and the Victims’ Bill. People aged 14-25 can also add their thoughts to the Youth Commission’s

Neighbourhood Watch celebrates 40th year anniversary

2022 will see Neighbourhood Watch celebrating 40 years since the first group was formed in the UK in Cheshire in 1982.  The national Neighbourhood Watch week takes place from 30th May – 5th June 2022, which is the same time as the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations. To download the anniversary logo, find

Communities Defeat Terrorism

If you’ve seen or heard something that could potentially be related to terrorism, trust your instincts and report it. Your actions could save lives. It’s the time of year when Christmas Markets start popping up around the country. With so much to do and see, we are encouraging everyone to remain alert. Police

Two men charged following incident on High Street

Two men have been charged following an incident on Gosport High Street over the weekend. It’s alleged that on Saturday 11 December, two patrolling PCSOs, whilst attempting to move two people from the area under a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), were subjected to verbal abuse and threats. Glen Matthew Isham, aged