Safer Gosport Community Day 2018

Safer Gosport Community Day 2018

With only a few days until this years’ event, the final preparations are being made with the weather forecast looking very promising!  On Saturday 21st April, between 11am – 2pm you can enjoy the vehicle display and meet some of the organisations helping to keep you safe including GAFIRS, HM Coastguard and Wessex SERV.  Community First Responders will be providing CPR demonstrations which were very popular last year and you will also be able to get your bicycle coded for free by Hampshire Police cadets.

There’ll be something for all the family with free Glitter Tattoos and Marshall from Paw Patrol for younger members with activities for young people being provided by Motiv8 and Y Services, who will be bringing along their new Y Bus!

Marshall from Paw Patrol meeting Gosport youngster

You will be able to take part in our short survey, which will also enter you into the free prize draw – top prizes include a £30 High Street gift card and a free treatment donated by local beauty salon Affinity Hair and Beauty, Stoke Road.  If you can’t make it down on the day, you can complete the short survey online:

Between 11am-12pm, representatives from Gosport Community Safety Partnership will be available for you to raise concerns about any community safety issues you may have.  You can find full details about the event in the flyer: 26597 Safer Gosport Flyer 2018

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Safer Gosport Community Day 2017

On Saturday 18th March 2017, Gosport Community Safety Partnership hosted its’ popular annual event with a guest appearance from Paw Patrol thanks to Square Pegs Charity.

Lawrence square

Music was provided by young people from Motiv8 and the vehicle display proved to be as popular as ever with the younger members of the community, as well as the chance to learn life saving skills from the Community First Responders.

Motiv8 music          First responder boy

Queues of people took the opportunity to get their bicycles coded for free by Hampshire Police Cadets, along with the chance to purchase their discounted cycle locks to guard against potential theft.

Bike coding queue          Scooter coding

Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane and MP Caroline Dinenage joined the many visitors obtaining information and advice from organisations such as Victim Support, Neighbourhood Watch and Gosport Street Pastors.

reception displays          Paw patrol on bikes

Plenty of residents took part in the survey with 83% agreeing that they feel safe in Gosport.  Residents were also asked if they had experienced or witnessed the following and of those who took part:

  • Children at risk of sexual exploitation – 51%
  • Domestic Abuse – 14%
  • Rough Sleepers – 12%
  • Hate Crime – 19%
  • None of these – 3%

These results will contribute to the CSP Strategic assessment which is carried out annually to assess emerging issues both nationally and locally to help inform the local plan.

A number of residents also took part in the free prize draw winning a range of prizes including High Street vouchers, Easter Eggs and more – special thanks to Affinity Hair and Beauty and Gosport Leisure Centre for their kind donations.

HIOWAA Bear          Paw patrol csp banner

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