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Anti Slavery Day 18/10/21

The 18th October is Anti-Slavery Day – an opportunity to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery.  The UK Anti-Slavery Day Act was passed into law in April 2010, and the first Anti-Slavery Day took place on 18 October 2010. The Day aims to raise

Home Office launches new online tool Streetsafe

The Home Office has launched StreetSafe, an online tool on that enables people, particularly women and girls, to pin-point locations where they feel or have felt unsafe. Donna Jones, Police and Crime Commissioner said: “Violence against women and girls can have a devastating impact on victims and survivors, their friends

Hampshire Youth Commission seeking new members

Applications are now open for 14-24 year olds to join the Youth Commission.  The purpose of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Youth Commission is to make young people part of the solution to tackling crime and improving policing, rather than being seen as part of the problem. Members gain confidence

Victim Care Service

The Victim Care Service provides free, confidential support to residents across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and their aim is to empower people to move beyond crime, in a way that suits them. The impact of crime can be devastating and over the last year (April 2020- end of March2021),

New website to help young people find local activities

A new website that houses a directory of free and low cost positive activities for young people to do in their free time has been launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission. The website has been designed by members of the Youth Commission to list free and low cost

Personal Watercraft operators

With the arrival of warmer weather, personal watercraft (PWC) operators are being reminded of safe usage when in the Solent and vicinity of the shoreline. The Queen’s Harbour Master Portsmouth guidance can be found below: Residents are being encouraged to report anti social use of PWC to Hampshire Constabulary: PWC/Jetskis