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Police and Community Together survey results

Alert message sent 19/05/2017 23:51:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary

Dear residents,
 
I am writing to update you in relation to the recent Police and Community Together survey for Bishopstoke, Fair Oak and Horton Heath.
 
Firstly, I would like to thank all those who completed the survey. In total we had 119 respondents. This figure is over double the number who responded to the previous survey, and it is great to see so many people getting involved.
 
A number of issues were raised in response to the survey, and I would like to assure you that we will do our best to tackle these issues by working with the appropriate agencies.
 
  • The issues which respondents rated most concerning were traffic related issues, burglary (both dwelling and non-dwelling) and group nuisance.
  • Roughly 67% (68) of respondents stated that they do not feel affected by anti-social behaviour where they live. 36% (16) of those who felt affected by anti-social behaviour described this behaviour as nuisance youths and 27% (12) as vehicle related nuisance.
  • In relation to anti-social behaviour in local parks, roughly 53% (49) of respondents believed this to be a significant issue or occasionally still an issue, but a high proportion of respondents stated they had little knowledge of this (32%).
  • Traffic related issues are still perceived as a substantial issue, with roughly 41% (38) of respondents stating this to be a significant issue, and roughly 32% (30) stating this to be occasionally an issue.
  • Just over a third of respondents (37%) stated they had little knowledge as to whether rogue trading was an issue. However, a similar number of respondents stated that this was occasionally still an issue in the area (32%).
  • With regards to vehicle theft, 45% (40) of respondents stated they had no knowledge of this issue. Around 37% (33) of respondents stated this was a significant issue or occasionally an issue.
 
In light of these PACT results, Eastleigh East current priorities have been assessed.
 
Traffic related issues will remain a priority, as the majority of respondents classed it as ‘still a significant issue’ or ‘occasionally still an issue’. In response to this we will continue to utilise Fair Oak Community Speed Watch to help deal with traffic related offences. The Community Speed Watch Team currently cover many roads in Fair Oak including Mortimer’s Lane, Winchester Road, Botley Road and Sandy Lane.
 
Due to recent anti-social behaviour in local parks, and residents having selected groups causing nuisance as a substantial concern, this priority will remain. To help tackle this we aim to conduct regular patrols and speak to individuals and groups within those areas to deter and intercept any negative behaviour. We also hope to work closely with the local Street Pastors who also patrol these areas.
 
Although, less than half of all respondents thought rogue traders and distraction burglary was ‘still a significant issue’ or ‘occasionally still an issue’, this priority will remain as there have been several recent incidents within Eastleigh East.
 
Burglary has also been added as a priority as this was selected as one of the highest concerns of residents and statistics show a slight increase in dwelling burglary over the last 90 days.
 
If you have any further issues that you would like to discuss with the Eastleigh East Neighbourhood Policing Team, you can contact us by calling 101 or email us at Eastleigh.police@hampshire.pnn.police.uk.
 
Kind regards,
PCSO 15927 Lucinda Mack
Safer Neighbourhoods Team (Bishopstoke)
Hampshire Constabulary, Eastleigh Police Station , Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9DG


 
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